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SALES CRUMBS FROM THE MASTERS TABLE - ISBN 978-1479290772
One of the greatest sales stories ever told...an instant classic!
Matthew Palmer was the new sales "rookie" and LeRoy was the "old veteran". In an office where the young guns ruled with their smart phones, personal assistants, and expensive suits, no one seemed to have time or desire to coach the newcomer. Until one day, out of desperation, Matt approached LeRoy to show him the ropes. LeRoy responds to Matt by offering an intriguing proposition - pay for lunch everyday...for a month. The resulting friendship, sales/life lessons, and Matt's ultimate success are an inspiring story of how the simplest things can bring the best results.
Widely praised and touted as a must read for every sales professional!
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As an author, inspirational speaker and sales leader, Brandon Clay has helped thousands of people go beyond their comfort zones and self-imposed limitations. With Crumbs from the Master's Table his entertaining, empowering, and enlightening approach to coaching excellence is brought to life through this simple sales parable. The meteoric success of Crumbs from the Master's Table demonstrates the power of a story told in a simple, compelling and profound manner. The central character, Matthew "Matt" Palmer, resonates with readers from all strata of life. For this reason, the author has created a series of books that chronicle his life revealing the "Matt Palmer in each of us". No matter where you are in life and what you desire to do, there is a book in this series that will empower, enlighten, and entertain you while capturing the spirit of success and life mastery. He lives in McDonough, Georgia with his high school sweetheart, Natalie, and their 3 children, Chaz, Christian, and Faith.
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Book Description CreateSpace, 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 94 pages. 8.50x5.50x0.22 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1463771614