|By Marketwired .||
|May 8, 2014 07:15 AM EDT||
SAN CLEMENTE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/08/14 -- Veteran sales manager and business speaker Jack Daly's recently published book, "Hyper Sales Growth: Street-Proven Systems & Processes. How to Grow Quickly & Profitably," (www.jackdaly.net), is already an international best-seller.
The practical handbook offers tips, tools and techniques that yield measurably improved results for the bottom line. It's listed by Amazon as a "Hot New Release" in Marketing and Sales books.
"'Hyper Sales Growth' will become a bible for those sales professionals who aspire to 'push beyond their personal limitations' and reap the financial and family rewards that follow!" says Kathy Cummings, an executive general manager at Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
Daly's book offers guidance on what businesses should be doing, and what they shouldn't.
"When they misallocate key players, small to medium-sized businesses tend to go into one of two directions," Daly says. "They either stay small to medium, or they go out of business. When you ask why, it most often comes down to a violation of one or more of these three sins of sales management. Having the right people in important spots is absolutely the secret to success."
"Winning teams result from strong cultures and leadership-driven systems and processes. In the world of sales, as detailed in 'Hyper Sales Growth,' Jack Daly knows how to lead and win," writes Pat Williams, co-founder of the Orlando Magic and author of "Vince Lombardi on Leadership."
"... The ideas he brings to the table for sales and business are unbelievably effective and yet so simple and truthful you feel embarrassed as to why you haven't been using them already," writes Amazon reviewer GiraffeDoll, who gave the book five stars. "This book is filled with wonderful techniques and 'Jackisms' that are sure to get your sales to rocket, fast."
About Jack Daly
Jack Daly is an expert in sales and sales management, inspiring audiences to take action in customer loyalty and personal motivation through explosive keynote and general session presentations. He draws upon more than 20 years of business experience, with several successful stints as the CEO of fast-growing companies. Daly has a Bachelor's in Science degree in accounting, a Master of Business Administration degree, was a Captain in U.S. Army and is an accomplished author with audio and DVD programs.
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