Official Review: Billion Dollar Sales Secrets

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Official Review: Billion Dollar Sales Secrets

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[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "Billion Dollar Sales Secrets" by Joe Paranteau.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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Billion Dollar Sales Secrets by Joe Paranteau is a field manual designed with today's business world in mind. The author is an entrepreneur with years of experience in sales. The author's work with tech companies, the military, and other businesses armed him with insights and expertise that will help many new business people. In this book, you will learn how to sell, work with clients, and all of the other pertinent skills necessary for success in today's post-COVID world. Are there guarantees to this success? To find out, you must read this book!

The organization of this book is excellent. It is divided into sections, each one labeled as a particular secret of business. These secrets have been built and created through the many years of the author's sales and business experience. I appreciated the way the sections break up the subject matter. I also liked how bullet point lists are used to present ideas and questions to the reader.

What I liked best about this book was that it is not just a set of rules of engagement concerning a business. It also helps people look within themselves to find how they may be sabotaging their work through personal problems or ways of thinking that need changed. I found this to be a discerning way of approaching any goal, and it will prove useful in the future. One of the most applicable directives was instruction on focusing on big dreams and following through with set goals.

The writing style is straightforward and uses easy terms. I liked how the author's sense of humor comes into the narrative of this book. The Secret # 8 heading, "Sales Managers Suck," is a good example. I found the author's stories of past experiences and insights to be educational and entertaining. More than once, I found myself smiling while reading this book.

I found nothing at all to dislike in this book. I loved how the author teaches readers to feed positivity. I can't think of anyone to whom the book would not appeal. The goals of the author will align with those of the reader in many cases. The need for accomplishment in life will resonate the most with readers who envision more extraordinary things. This book is exceptionally edited. I found no errors. For these reasons, I happily rate this work with 4 out of 4 stars. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys self-help books that make sense.

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