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on July 23, 2001
This book is not for everyone, its not a guide to selling as it is more a guide to achieving greater happyness in life. It is a good book for positive affirmations, but for somebody who wants to learn the true art of selling they should read this book along with Brian Tracy's books on selling & PMA. The Greatest Salesman in the World is very much a books based on spirituality & it requires each chapter to be read 3 times a day for 30 days which can be time consuming and a bit boring. I personally think that "The Magic of Thinking Big" and "How I Raised Myself from Failure to Success in Selling" offer the reader a much greater degree of knowledge. is a better book along with
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on November 1, 2003
With so much praises, I picked this up and read this mini book while I was waiting my wife in the hospital. The ten scrolls are surely encouraging, but not necessarily surprising enough to make to remember. Also, the ten scrolls are messages that basically can work in all occasssions, not only in a sales profession. Also, please note that you will be more attached to it if you have Christian background.
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on September 6, 2003
Discuss amongst yourselves
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on February 18, 2004
This book is basically one big sales pitch for Christian values. The first part of the book, (i.e. the first 40 pages) is useless, working up towards the meat of the book - the scrolls. The lessons from the scrolls are quite useful, but Og writes in a way that waxes biblical. The last part of the book brings in Paul and Jesus, and that's where it lost me. As a Jew, I don't believe Jesus was the son of G-d and it put a suspicious light on everything Og was delivering. In the end it made him sound like a preacher, which is fine if you're Christian.
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