A book on sales that everyone should be reading! Sales is a skill that every human is born with. The author tries to engage the reader with stories of sales in the market scenario which happen around us along with providing a North Star of soft skills required to succeed for graduating students and early stage professionals. Who doesn’t want to create an edge in this competitive field? If aligns with the readers pulse, he/she is at the right place. They will find the stories relatable and executable forcing them to think about building compatibility with fifteen attributes required to become the performers.
Q. What inspired the book’s creation?
A. During the lockdown, I found solace in sharing my business and economic insights on LinkedIn. The positive reception to my content pulled me out of a depressive state. Recognizing the value of genuine storytelling, I decided to write “Tales of Sales.” While penning a book requires coherence, I wanted it relatable, so I intertwined stories, each focusing on a crucial attribute needed in real sales.
=How might the book transform its readers?
A. The book aims to engage readers by narrating market sales scenarios while offering a guide for essential soft skills. Stories are powerful for effective communication, leaving lasting impacts. Readers will relate to and learn from the stories, compelling them to consider and cultivate the fifteen attributes crucial for success.
= What pivotal moment shaped your professional journey?
A. Human connection. Throughout ten organizations, I’ve valued and cultivated connections. Understanding, empathizing, and appreciating others fosters trust, crucial for businesses and solely built through genuine connections.
=Is the book solely for sales professionals?
A. The book, using relatable stories, blends concepts with common sense, offering insights applicable to leading a fulfilling life. It unveils corporate realities while connecting fifteen essential attributes. Its emotional resonance and pragmatism make it valuable beyond sales.
= The defining principle of ‘sales’?
A. Sales is the exchange of an acceptable product or service for fair compensation.
= An anecdote from meeting people of diverse backgrounds?
A. Common Sense is like deodorant. Those who need it most often overlook it.
= Do you enjoy reading? What content interests you?
A. I’m an occasional reader drawn to factual content on economy, business, politics, and sports.