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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite
Not everyone is enamored with the modern corporate approach to selling, where businesses prioritize profit margins over client satisfaction. After working for noted companies such as Goodyear, GE, and Honeywell, Stan Gwizdak finally had enough of the corporate culture of greed and opened his own consultancy firm, The Kormac Group, to help clients get what they want. In Karmic Selling, Gwizdak explains how helping others without an agenda helps forge connections that inevitably lead to success. The author describes how prep work is the key to building connections. It includes researching the person, not just the company, on a professional and personal level. The book will teach you to plant the seeds for long-term relationships, how to approach the first, second, and third meetings, identify the needs of the clients, and much more.
With Karmic Selling, you will learn to use questions to direct conversations, anticipate uncomfortable questions, and build trust through conversations. Learn to differentiate between hard and soft follow-ups and always offer clients the opportunity to say no. Stan Gwizdak emphasizes the importance of having a system of taking and organizing notes and expanding one's circle of business friends. With each chapter, Gwizdak provides case studies and reflection exercises to help readers better grasp the points discussed within the chapter. The author uses personal anecdotes and stories from his life that led him to open his own firm, and this helps readers relate to the author and the subject matter on a personal level. This is one of the most unique books on selling I've ever read. Stan Gwizdak's approach is refreshingly authentic and very much needed for our times. Highly recommended.