Personality Types Commission Sales Training Marketing Success Tips Book Launched

Award winning sales expert Ron Stickler announced Reach & Exceed Your Sales Goals: Using Prosperity Personality Recognition, a new book on how to improve sales success by identifying and leveraging personality types.

Fort Collins, United States - February 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

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Ron Stickler, an award winning sales strategist and author, launched Reach & Exceed Your Sales Goals: Using Prosperity Personality Recognition. The new guide is designed to help sales people improve their sales efficiency and sales managers optimize their staff motivation practices to achieve their sales and marketing goals. Based on personality recognition as the foundation of solid sales practices, the book is ideal for everyone looking for actionable strategies to develop sales success based on mutual trust and efficient communication.

More information can be found at https://www.prosperitypersonalityrecognition.com.

The four personality types used by Ron Stickler are the Driver, Analytical, Craftsman and Persuader, each with their own combination of traits such as friendliness, sociability, decision making abilities, and various others.

By offering a practical way to identify the personality types of both themselves and their prospective clients, the book allows sales people and managers to develop efficient strategies to better communicate with individuals of each personality type. The book helps readers identify the essential reasons why individuals choose to purchase a specific product or service, and practical tips to address these motivations.

Since the strategies provided in the book are not restricted to a specific industry, they are useful both for sales people and everyone looking to improve their persuasion and general communication skills.

The book is based on Ron Stickler’s extensive experience as a multi-million dollar award-winning salesman. Ron is the recipient of prestigious sales awards such as Fairfield’s Outstanding Sales Leader and Hat Trick Recognition.

Reach & Exceed Your Sales Goals: Using Prosperity Personality Recognition currently has a perfect five-star rating on Amazon. A reader said: “The Do’s and Don’t section alone is justification for buying this book. You’ll clearly understand why someone buys and most importantly how you get them to want to buy from you. Since everyone in business is a ‘salesperson’, regardless of their title, this book is for everyone to read and more responsibly and effectively influence others.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Ron
Organization: Prosperity Personality Recognition
Address: 5239 Country Squire Way, Fort Collins, Colorado 80528, United States
Website: https://www.prosperitypersonalityrecognition.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 481112

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