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salesmanship

the art of SELLING.
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the Salesmanship Club to help ensure Byron's work for the kids continues.
McLeod admits that sales managers are sometimes reluctant about the idea of learned salesmanship, but he said CEOs are usually more receptive.
The brochure is 81/2 x 11, six pages gate-folded, printed black, gold, red and purple on sturdy, glossy cover stock--a very substantial piece of salesmanship.
They need a higher level of salesmanship -- and the higher road is always the way to go.
Add a dash of Michael Dell's salesmanship to Jack Welch's ability to deliver on Wall Street's expectations.
Mike Williams, chief executive of the British Insurance Brokers' Association, found himself at the victim of some slick salesmanship recently.
Great salesmanship and promises will win the contract, but the key to client retention is providing a clean, secure, and properly maintained building.
Dealers looking to add an edge to their salesmanship can learn what makes a good knife, the "why" of designs, and how to enhance customer service.
Schools were organized to instruct in salesmanship and bookkeeping; there was also North Bennett Street School to teach basic crafts, such as sewing, drafting, furniture making, and bookbinding, and the Boston School of Cooking, where Fannie Farmer trained cooking teachers and developed her cookbook advancing the concept of level measurement.
Reporters covering the convention received a little golden booklet with pearls of wisdom from the late granddaddy of American salesmanship and author of How to Win Friends and Influence People.
He is a very competent individual in terms of administrative skills and salesmanship," Cohen said.