eBooks by Jim Meisenheimer

If you want to add eBooks to your personal library consider these Amazon #1 Best Sellers
written by Jim Meisenheimer. Jim’s focus is on practical ideas that get you immediate results.

The 15 Best Questions to Ask Customers


Jim does it again - a concise, power-packed, sales-boosting book that gets across timeless
principles applied directly to the world of selling right here and right now.

No theory, no fluff, and no bull - just instant-action guidance, inspiration, tools, and tactics to
ask great questions, get insightful answers, build real relationships, and close more sales.

Boom - done - stop reading reviews and BUY this book now so you can sell smarter starting
tomorrow.


David Newman


http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00O5UI1T8

 

 


The Brand Called You – 39 Ways to Differentiate You from Your Competitors

Jim has done it again! I at first planned on just skimming the book, planning on sitting down with
it later for a deeper dive. As I got into it, it was so easy to read, and so full of instantly-usable,
common-sense real world tips that I went through the entire book. Now I need to go through it again
and pick out the ones I will implement first. Get this book, you'll be glad you did.


Art Sobczak

http://amzn.to/1uAPITy


Selling Made Simple – Six Keys to Selling Success


This book gives you some good advice on selling. The author teaches you fundamental strategies
to implement and boost your sales power. A quick read, but outlined is some valuable information
to improve yourself with practice, preparation, building self confidence, and personal development.
I like the tips given for asking the right sales questions. There’s only one person holding you back
and it’s up to you.

D. Lee

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IRIWUK0




How to Start Selling More Everyday

I have been a sales professional for over 30 years...I'll never stop learning. This book will
remain at my side as a reminder that I must always be focused on being excellent at what
I do.

I recommend this book with full enthusiasm.

Mike Long

http://amzn.to/10mqUl6

 

57 Ways to Take Control of Your Time and Your Life

I've read a lot of time management books, and believed I had a pretty good grasp of the topic,
but I learned even MORE by reading Jim's book.

Angela Valentine

http://amzn.to/Y7CSPr

 

No-brainer Sales Tips and Techniques

I will recommend this book to my entire sales team as a must read.
Joseph S Gobernatz

http://amzn.to/13kvPE3



Selling Made Simple – 32 Things You Should Never Say During a Sales Call

In Selling Made Simple Meisenheimer identifies 32 "pathetic" phrases that when used in a
sales presentation, separate the amateurs from the professionals. Some are just plain bad
habits we all develop from time to time. Saying things like, "How did we look on the quote
I sent you?" Meisenheimer recommends using the right words, "What was your reaction to
the sales proposal I sent you last Thursday?" He's so right!

I can guarantee you this: no matter how long you've been selling, you'll learn a lot about the
words to use and the words not to use from reading this eBook.

Bill Lee

http://amzn.to/17mgGU0

 

Sales Management Made Simple – Tips for New Sales Managers

This book includes tips on how to make the transition from sales into sales management,
identifies the biggest mistakes new sales managers make, and also includes a list of the
biggest mistakes salespeople make and tips on how to avoid making them.

Great read! Well worth the time for any salesman or sale manager interested in learning a
few things from a real pro. Jim really knows what he's talking about and provides the information
in a very enjoyable and easy to read format.

David Solomon

http://amzn.to/1jhHihD

 

Selling Made Simple - How to Win More Sales Using 12 Dazzling Sales Strategies

I have been in sales most of my life. Yes, some of the material is basic sales (and life) training,
however, there were many NEW ideas and new ways of looking at old ideas that I liked. This
book is very valuable to anyone looking to improve their selling skills.

Doug Foster

http://amzn.to/1aOXWiD