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by Duane Lakin

  • ISBN: 0967916208
  • Author: Duane Lakin
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  • Rating: 4.5 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 167
  • Publisher: Lakin Associates (January 15, 2000)
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  • Category: Money
  • Subcategory: Marketing & Sales
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The Unfair Advantage - Duane Lakin. When Pericles spoke, people said, How well he speaks, but when Demosthenes spoke, they said, Let us march.

The Unfair Advantage - Duane Lakin. from Paul LeRoux in Selling to A Group: Presentation Strategies. Your job is to influence people. You use all the skills you have. But as you know, some days it works and some days it does not.

This book gives you the advantage you need to get such results. It still takes practice. But everything in The Unfair Advantage: Sell with NLP! works, and it can work for you. The Unfair Advantage began when a client said, We want to stop coming in second. Over the past thirty years, I have honed and tested the techniques that are in this book. Advertising Consumer Products Real Estate.

Duane Lakin's Unfair Advantage books teach you how to use hypnotic scripts, instant rapport, and invisible selling to improve your sales results either over the phone or in person

Series: The Unfair Advantage: Sell with NLP! For Selling Professionals. Duane Lakin's Unfair Advantage books teach you how to use hypnotic scripts, instant rapport, and invisible selling to improve your sales results either over the phone or in person. Exercises and examples empowers you to adapt these skills to you and your situation. Give the book a read.

Duane Lakin is a psychologist and business consultant. His workshop, The Unfair Advantage-Sell with NLP!, has been presented to representatives of over 750 companies in the . Russia, Hungary, Italy, and Canada. Prior to that, he was a clinical psychologist and school consultant. Since the mid-1980’s, he has been looking at ways to make NLP (neurolinguistic programming) useful to sales people.

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This book will teach you how to sell YOU, understand your prospects, and . Dr. Duane Lakin is a psychologist and business consultant. His workshop, "The Unfair Advantage-Sell with NLP!", has been seen by representatives of over 750 companies in the .

This book will teach you how to sell YOU, understand your prospects, and lead the sales process. It contains practical ideas and exercises for applying NIP (neurolinguistic programming) to sales and marketing. It includes 'how-to' ideas for selling face-to-face, telemarketing, direct mail, and other real-world situations. Included are examples of scripts and techniques that have produced proven sales increases in direct sales and in telemarketing.

Just got a very nice phone call from a realtor in the Chicago area thanking me for my book and telling me he was already seeing a difference in his results

Just got a very nice phone call from a realtor in the Chicago area thanking me for my book and telling me he was already seeing a difference in his results.

It is for people who want to have an advantage in everything that they say, write and do. It is for YOU if you want to find an edge-an advantage-in your work life. Much of The Unfair Advantage: Sell with NLP! is based on NLP (neurolinguistic programming) skills. But NLP is much more and much less than what is seen in this book.

The Unfair Advantage is a "workshop-in-a-workbook." It contains practical ideas and exercises for applying NLP (neurolinguistic programming) to sales and marketing. It includes "how-to" ideas for selling face-to-face, telemarketing, direct mail, and other real-world situations. Included are examples of scripts and techniques that have produced proven sales increases in direct sales and in telemarketing. It is a theory-free collection of techniques based on a workshop that has been presented to CEOs and sales professionals in over 500 companies in North America and England.
Comments (7)

Gtonydne
Do you feel the need to get some help writing ad copy? Would you like to see better results in developing a mailing list? Tired of running in circles? This is a great resource, explaining how potential clients relate favorably to visiual, verbal and action packed cues. Get this book and improve your copywriting capability in minutes, knowing the trigger points that make people want to make purchases,
KiddenDan
It's tough to find selling stuff that works but doesn't sound like some cornball, canned routine out of a used car showroom. That's because talking in a natural-sounding way is rarely effective in high-powered selling.
Yet when you start to deal with the big players and big deals, sounding genuine and authentic is the *only* thing that works. All top sales professionals and wheeler-dealers know this.
Duane Lakin has come up with the first training and language system I have seen that will improve your effectiveness selling to anyone. I know because I've used his techniques with large-dollar sales and seen my results improve. I've also reviewed all the other sales trainers who use NLP as part of their method. Some are very good, but no one comes close to Duane in terms of a transparent, deceptively simple set of methods you can quickly learn and use.
One thing that's great about his book is he also shows you how to apply NLP to telemarketing and writing sales copy. I don't know of anyone else who's done that.
A lot of people interested in sales and NLP think something has to be flashy, complex and technically overwhelming to be any good. As someone who makes his living because of the results he gets, I can tell you that just the opposite is true. Fortunately, this book contains what you need to get better results and still come across like a human being. That's rare and extraordinarily valuable.
Goltikree
I think that NLP is a great concept, but the truth is that it only applies as the marginal edge in situations. Pick this book up if you keep just missing a sale or coming close to persuading someone of something. I think that the ideas do attenuate you to how people think, but at the end of the day phrasing something based on someone's senses I will only be an extra 3-5% of benefit on top of the required 100% of work for something.
Kaim
This is a very good program, I'm in the process of customizing it to my industry, I've had other books on NLP, and they are very difficult to read, they appear to be rambling! This is plain english that is easily understood.
Talrajas
An information scientist, Richard Bandler, and a linguistic professor, John Grinder, developed Neurolinguistic programming techniques called NLP in the early 70's. From a study of successful people, they created a way to evaluate and transfer humanity's highest achievements and excellence into a powerful psychology that has practical applications.
Let's assume your mind is made up of different parts like the roles each of us enact during the day: a woman can at the same time be a wife, mother, daughter, sister, coworker, secretary, cook and so on. Can you see where I am going? For each of these roles, we allow certain facets of our personality to come forward and suppress the others. For example, a cook does not necessarily have to know where the Xerox machine is. Therefore, in the mind, folks talk to themselves in different voices or attitudes depending on which role or part is conscious. This is normal and healthy.
In addition, you have parts with which you are pleased and other parts you would like to enhance. The goal of NLP is to teach you how to improve your internal talk to get all your parts synchronized and working together.
NLP has branched into many fields from success mastery in overcoming negative patterns to the practical applications for sales and marketing. Today's customer has massive control with access to more information than can possibly be processed. The message you send to make a distinction for your product or to make you stand out as a special person must be personal, adaptable, appealing and intended for the one rather than the many. As Paul Lakin declares: "The 'Unfair Advantage' is the ability to sell YOU."
Being familiar with NLP, I bought a copy to help me with my work in a non-profit fundraising organization. Like others who must deal with folks on the telephone, you must capture the prospect's attention within the first few seconds. You must be able to say something that will put the prospect off guard just long enough for you to begin your case.
Remember, that the voice must do everything. You cannot see body signs or a bored look. What to do? Listen to the verbs. The object of Lakin's book is to teach you how to recognize the language preference revealed by the action words (verbs) you tend to choose at any given time. These relate to our five senses: visual (sight), auditory (hearing), kinesthetic (feeling), olfactory (smell), and gustatory (taste). The following examples are from the book:
Visual? "I see your point."
Auditory: "I hear the problem and would like to say something about it."
Kinesthetic: "I don't have a good feel for that yet."
Olfactory: "Something smells here."
Gustatory: "That is sweet."
Since Western speakers seldom use the last two categories, the lessons hone in on the visual, auditory, and kinesthetic.
Without making this too lengthy, if you are in contact with the person you are selling, you can identify their sensory inclination by watching their eyes and the direction they look.
This volume is a priceless treasure and I rate it five stars for the ease in which they have taught me to be a success.
Oveley
This book is very interesting to read both for fun and for professional purpose. The author gives us a neat description about psychological techniques to influence a person without him realizing it.

One thing I would request the author is to reduce repetition of advices. The book is sometimes a drag to read as the same points are advised over and over again. Otherwise, this is a fantastic book! Don't read it just once. Refer the book whenever necessary. Cheers.
Landarn
It's been awhile since I read this one but it has some very actionable ideas.
great, loved it.

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