94 Affirmations for Mediocrity for Salespeople

94 Affirmations for Mediocrity for Salespeople

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Harlan C. Verdie is back with more affirmations for mediocrity geared to the sales profession. Much like his previous book on general life affirmations for mediocrity, Harlan provides 94 new humorous affirmations specifically for those people in sales. Harlan's fear is that public speakers and sales trainers will twist these affirmations meant to bring up a low level achiever to the heights of mediocrity, and instead cast them as "the wrong sort of thinking." As though mediocrity is a bad thing. Whether you use the affirmations to bring yourself up, or you use these affirmations to drive home the point that if you're not affirming excellence, then you're affirming mediocrity - Harlan just wants people to laugh. Just remember, if you're passing this book around the office and pointing out which affirmations for mediocrity your sales people are using, the sales people are passing around Harlan's first book "92 Affirmations for Mediocrity" and pointing right back at the rest of the office.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 102 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 6mm | 109g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514825317
  • 9781514825310

About Harlan C Verdie

Harlan C. Verdie is a middle manager in a mid-sized company in the Mid-west. He is the third of five children and attended a mid-tier college. He was born for mediocrity. Harlan started writing humorous essays and stories when he hit middle-age. 94 Affirmations of Mediocrity for Salespeople is Harlan's second self-help title and he hopes it helps half the people who buy the book. Harlan does have one over-reaching goal - he hopes all will find at least one affirmation in the book that makes them laugh out loud and share it with others. That, for Harlan, is excellence.show more