For the first time ever, Jordan Belfort—immortalized by Leonardo DiCaprio in the hit movie The Wolf of Wall Street—opens his playbook and gives readers access to his exclusive step-by-step system—the same system he used to create massive wealth for himself, his clients, and his sales teams. Belfort is ready to unleash the power of persuasion to a whole new generation of readers, revealing how anyone can bounce back from devastating setbacks, master the art of persuasion, and build wealth. Every technique, every strategy, and every tip has been tested and proven to work in real-life situations.
“Way of the Wolf is the best book on sales that I have read so far.As far as the content is concerned, Jordan Belfort’s system is well articulated and structured. Every aspect of the system is detailed out with examples. Along with these numerous real life examples, there are plenty of dos and donts.”—Digital Armit
This book is for the person in the trenches, who needs practical guidelines to get the very best deal possible with people and organizations that have very different backgrounds and experiences. This book is for the practitioner—for the person who faces an international negotiating challenge and who perhaps should have done
It’s old news that buyers have a lot more information about everything than in decades past. Also fairly well established is that today’s buyers are harder to reach, buying cycles are longer, and more decision makers are involved in every sale. Yes, buying has changed a lot, yet from the 1970s until
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Selling applies to all people, and all aspects of life, both business and personal. We’re always trying to convey our thoughts, hopes, and dreams in a way that not only moves people to take action, but also get us what we want in life.
Despite all that individual differences in needs, beliefs, values, objections, and pain points, the same three key elements still have to line up in any prospect’s mind before you have a shot at closing them.
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