Edwin Zapata has spent many years building a base knowledge about financial matters with his work as a motivational speaker and sales trainer. Now, he is sharing that knowledge with his new bestselling book, Your Next Step – New Tools for Financial Abundance NOW! For a limited time, Zapata is offering a free copy of his book to visitors to his website at https://edzapata.com/
As a team and sales business coach and trainer, Zapata believes in shifting the philosophy of sales so the company or the individual can be more successful. Your Next Step – New Tools for Financial Abundance – NOW! outlines the steps individuals and businesses can take to reach this goal.
According to the author, “When you have to force a client to purchase a product or service, it is neither pleasant nor rewarding. Those who have had to start a new position and meet some sort of quota or target will know the feeling of confusion and discomfort. Things become less pleasant when trying to figure out why suggested methods don’t seem to work as well as you think they should.”
Edwin Zapata offers modern tools that can help explain the root of most methods used by industry top earners. According to Zapata, when these modern tools are implemented with techniques from industry leaders, it becomes second nature for sales people. No longer having to force a product or service on a client, sales personnel find that quotas and targets will become a thing of the past, and no longer do they feel the pressure of sales.
To get a copy of Zapata’s newest bestseller, a $33 value, visit https://edzapata.com/
About Edwin Zapata: Edwin Zapata is a motivational speaker, sales trainer, author, and philanthropist. As much as he prides himself in his work with others, he also emphasizes the importance of using pain and struggle to find strength and be at peace with the hard times as well as the good. He is best known for his direct, no-nonsense approach, and his personal experience helps him understand and relate to people in all walks of life. The ability to consistently focus on the most value, notably without manipulation for selfish reasons, truly complements his experience with personal development.