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The 5 Paths to Persuasion: The Art of Selling Your Message

by Robert B. Miller

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0446532398, Hardcover)

It doesn't matter how smart your idea is, if you aren't in sync with the decision maker's mindset, you are bound to fail. That's the message of THE 5 PATHS TO PERSUASION. This revolutionary new book shows how one can project key decision makers into one of five basic categories - Charismatics, Thinkers, Skeptics, Followers, and Controllers. Once you know which category the decision maker falls into, you can quickly determine which is the best pathway to follow when making your presentation.

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Identifying five types of executive decision makers, this title suggests approaches for catering a sales presentation that will appeal to charismatics, thinkers, sceptics, followers, and controllers. The method centres on the observation that different types of executives prefer to hear and see specific types of information. Originally published: N.… (more)

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