Selling Among Wolves – Without Joining the Pack!
Biblical Principles for Succeeding in Sales.
This paperback condenses the signature Selling Among Wolves sales training program, developed by Michael Pink, by gleaning principles from the Scriptures that are applicable to the sales process. It’s a one-of-a-kind, principle-centered sales education program, deriving its authority and inspiration from the Bible. All principles and strategies have been field tested in competitive selling environments with astounding success.
Here’s some of what you’ll learn:
- Using the communication style of Jesus, form ironclad agreements and close more sales.
- Increase selling opportunities by adapting the 7 power questions Moses wanted answered before invading Canaan.
- Create the strongest buying motivation known to man — modeled by Jesus & summarized by the Apostle Paul.
- Resolve conflict and win the battle for the heart based on Joshua’s conquest of the 7 Canaanite tribes.
What Readers Have Said:
“… a powerful, practical application of Biblical principles to the sales process.”
Peter Lowe, Get Motivated! Seminars
“Leave the pack behind. Wholeheartedly apply the God-Inspired work principles in Selling Among Wolves, and your boss won’t know you Monday morning.”
John Mason, Bestselling Author and Speaker
“Its provocative title and interesting cover pale by its powerful content. I picked it off the stand in the airport and could not put it down during my flight. More than Christian principles in the sales profession, in Selling Among Wolves we see Christ as a salesman, and honor and dignity returned to our profession. Michael Pink has created an outstanding work which should be read by all Christian businessmen seeking to synergize their faith with their work. I was so impressed with the book that I flew the author to my company to see if he was as genuine as his advice. He was! Read this book!”
Roger Cunningham, Knoxville, TN
“Pink has written what I believe to be one of the best books ever on how to excel in sales. While he writes from a clearly Christian perspective, anyone with any sense of moral values will benefit from the book. Pink’s writing style is concise, clear, and lacks the “preachy” content of some of the Christian books I have read. Indeed, he writes with humility and freely shares the failures he has learned from. Pink does his part to try to restore credibility and honor to a profession that unfortunately has somewhat of a negative image (and some of it is deserved!). And yes, a Christian can be successful in sales without compromising his or her relationship with Jesus Christ! Read the book for practical strategies and also biblical insights into the selling profession. Highly recommended. Read and enjoy!”
Michael Taylor, Indian Trail, NC