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The smarter way to achieve successful sales
● Contains proven techniques for effective selling
● Virtually everyone sells today – this book will help anyone to become better at it
● Part of the bestselling “Concise Advice”series – stylishly presented (with diagrams and illustrations) and easy to understand and apply
● Written by an experienced sales trainer and bestselling author


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Mark Edwards is the founder of Whiteboard Strategies, a consultancy that specializes in sales training and visual communications. He is the author of The Visual Communications Book


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