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Personal accountability is the secret weapon of every successful sales professional. It is the secret weapon of Where Winners Live co-author Dave Porter, who became the owner and CEO of Baystate Financial Services at age 35 and grew it into a $100-million-a-year business over the next 15 years. It is the secret weapon of Where Winners Live co-author Linda Galindo, who transformed herself from the self-proclaimed Queen of Victims into an entrepreneur, business coach, consultant and speaker whose typical audience numbers 500 or more.
Like all highly accountable professionals, these authors live Where Winners Live, an achievement they say is available to everyone. Written in a no-excuses tone and filled with personal stories and practical exercises, their book offers readers the non-negotiable, high-performance behaviors of the sales trade and tried-and-true best practices for success.
Exposes the key difference between top-earning sales professionals and those who struggle to make their numbers every quarter
Outlines the three critical characteristics of personal accountability: responsibility, self-empowerment, and ownership of results after the fact
Explores personal accountability from the perspective of both leaders and rank-and-file sales professionals
Where Winners Live shows listeners the most effective way to hold themselves and others accountable.
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By James Riley on 12-16-13
Okay concept but far too drawn out
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
This book is definitely written for sales professionals, especially those in Financial Services and, even more specifically, Financial Advisors.
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The basic concept of the book was decent but it just drug on far too long. Additionally, it got really preachy and was narrowly focused on a specific industry with little to no mention of accommodation of other industries.