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Kudos. This is outdated material, nothing about selling, title very misleading. they're not that good when it comes to selling or presenting.
The title of this book promised much more than it provided. Direct Selling 101 sounds like it's a book on multiple direct selling techniques. Instead, it's targeted specifically for housewives looking to make some spare pin money by holding Tupperware parties. If you aren't interested in "dating" parties, and are looking for more hard knowledge about direct selling on a full time basis, this book will be a total bust.
This book is for people just entering the field of network marketing selling (Amway, Skin Care business etc...). Terrible resource for a true business sales professional. Dated material and very slow moving.
Well intended but "dated"...If you're into making money at "Parties" this is the series for you..6 CD's could be reduced to about 3...nothing was mentioned about using the Web,online strategies or any technology for that matter...This is best suited to your grandmother's Direct selling business.
Dana Phillips earned a doctorate in English at Duke University. He has published articles on American literature in Raritan, American Literature, Arizona Quarterly, Nineteenth-Century Literature and New Literary History.