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The Greatest Salesman Lives On
I don't know how many of you have noticed, but our site is dedicated to the memory of the late Og Mandino. Mandino was a very human and inspiring guy who wrote one of the most popular personal development books in publishing history: The Greatest Salesman in the World (TGSITW). The book was first published in 1968 and has sold over 13 million copies in the 30 years since.
If you're not familiar with TGSITW, its story recounts the legend of Hafid, a camel boy who lived two thousand years ago and came into the possession of ten ancient scrolls that contain the wisdom for achieving all of his ambitions in life.
Here are the subject contents of the 10 scrolls that he found in a trunk:
Do yourself a favor and visit or revisit The Greatest Salesman. The fundamental wisdom of life and sales is still there and still so powerful that it sends shivers up my spine.
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|Sales Tip and Practice|
|Do you practice what you read in your career, or do you just read and
move on? Most things that are of lasting value need repetition and practice to
stick beyond a very short period of time. Next time you study or read something like TGSITW,
repeat it again and again until it is a part of you. The great genius of TGSITW
is not the wisdom found in the scrolls, but the method its author lays down for absorbing
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