No Thanks, I'm Just Looking

  • by Harry J. Friedman
  • Narrated by Adam Henderson
  • 7 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Learn secrets of the trade from the master of retail selling and sales training.
No Thanks, I'm Just Looking gives anyone the inside scoop on how to skyrocket their selling career with a system of easy-to-learn practical money-making steps. By saving countless hours of trial-and-error experience, readers will be able to focus on the things that really work. Considered to be retail guru Harry J. Friedman's personal collection of proven selling techniques, No Thanks, I'm Just Looking includes all the tips and humorous anecdotes that have made him retail's most sought-after consultant.
No Thanks, I'm Just Looking delivers the tricks of the trade from an international retail authority.

Author is the most heavily attended speaker on retail selling and operational management in the world
These groundbreaking high-performance training systems have been used by more than 500,000 retailers, from small independents to the likes of Neiman Marcus, Cartier, Billabong, La-Z-Boy and Godiva, to routinely deliver more sales
Friedman created the number-one retail sales and management system used by more retailers than any other system of its kind in the world
Get proven techniques that will increase sales and elevate your staff to a high-performance sales team.


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Customer Reviews

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Bot read book.

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

Content is mainly boiler plate sales techniques. But not useless. Narration is a robot voice. A very advanced, well honed robot voice. Yet still a robot. The syntax, coupled with annunciation, are often clearly being spit out by a program. If I'm wrong, my apologies to the narrator who speaks like a hyper articulate Stephen Hawkins impersonator.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Adam Henderson?

A human.

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- CW

Text book material

I had the feeling listening to this that I was being read a college textbook. Information was repeated over and over and over again~I kept waiting for the pop quiz and the final exam! There was some good information in this book, but a lot of it was really common sense things like don't stand around talking to your colleagues when there are customers in the store ---I mean HELLO!?! Who doesn't know that???
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- Rachel

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-03-2012
  • Publisher: Audible Studios