New to Sales?

New to Sales?

12 Steps to a 6-Figure Sales Career

Tom Hopkins


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A typical Sales Associate job description is all about getting results - with very few hints about how to get them! As a new Sales Associate, the job of mastering the art of selling involves much more than simply answering to the description and showing up for work. There is a step-by-step recipe for sales success, and applying it takes both skill and finesse.

So the questions is, how do you start? No one knows the answer better than the legendary Tom Hopkins, who earned more than one million dollars in commissions during the first three years of his sales career. Over the course of the past 25+ years, he's been teaching others to do the same.

  • Learn the 12 Sources of Sensational Selling Success.
  • Discover the right questions to ask for stellar closing results.
  • Use the simple hidden trick to creating the optimal selling climate.

In clear, easy-to-understand language, Tom will guide you through the process of becoming a master of sales. Get this book and launch your career as a Sales Associate today!


Tom Hopkins:

Tom Hopkins is world-renowned as The Builder of Sales Champions. His selling skills and sales strategies have helped millions of sales professionals and business owners in industries from A to Z to serve more clients, make more sales and earn millions in income.

Tom got his start in real estate sales when he was just 19 years of age. After an initial period of abject failure, he started learning the communication skills that made him the #1 real estate agent in the US within 7 years.

Since 1976 he has been teaching others his simple, yet powerful strategies and tactics through live events, books, CDs and video. Millions have turned their cars into classrooms, listening to Tom's advice on the way to appointments with potential new clients.

Tom has authored 18 books including: How to Master the Art of Selling, Selling for Dummies and his latest release, When Buyers Say No (April 2014).