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Selling God's Way

Selling God's Way

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Selling God's Way is the first book that explains how to apply the word of God to all aspects of selling. Most people never consider using the Bible as an instruction book for selling. Most people rely on their intellect or intuition to serve as the final authority regarding any decision that's sales or work related. But, if we sell God's way biblical principles lead and God becomes the final authority regarding all sales activity. This equips and empowers us to achieve supreme sales success. Now, we can ask God in prayer how to find prospects. We can trust the Lord to supply the energy needed to make sales calls. Through studying Scripture we'll find specific instructions for handling objections and closing sales. We can rely on faith to lead us in the best thing to say or do while selling. Throughout this book I use biblical scripture and stories to deliver instructions for selling successfully. Any wisdom that the Bible bestows stays the most useful and valuable forever. Why sell God's way? Most salespeople work independently, at times autonomously. How a salesperson behaves while interacting with a customer or potential customer is ultimately their responsibility. All salespeople need the option of operating within a set of principles and processes that incorporate righteousness. These principles and processes must also guide them to maximize their income and build the best possible business relationships. This book gives salespeople that option. Anyone using this book for those purposes should be extremely satisfied. But the primary reason I want sellers to choose God's way is directly related to accountability. In the Bible's second book of Corinthians it says we all have to appear before God one day and give an account for everything done. I want my account to reap heavenly rewards. I'm sure that's what we all want. It makes our reasons for Selling God's Way heavenly. (2Corinthians 5:10) 10For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, that each one may receive what is due him for the things done while in the body, whether good or bad.