Founder and CEO of the “School of Business Wisdom,” Jayant Hudar is a Business Growth Consultant and a Seminar Speaker. He is known for his practical advice to business owners to transform their “not-so-profitable business” into profitable ventures in a short span of time using “Marketing without Money” techniques.His Seminars and workshops have helped thousands all over the world.
Jayant has also co-authored a book, Prosperity Factor, with 15-time Best-Selling Author Joe Vitale, famous for the movie, The Secret. Jayant has been a student of the topmost names in the business and marketing world including Jay Abraham, Scott Hallman, Chet Holmes, Mark Victor Hansen, Martin Howey and Brian Tracy.
Jayant was featured in the Top 25 Business Consultants in India and USA in Siliconindia Magazine, and in the Top 20 Consultants in Consultants Review Magazine in 2014.
Jayant also works as a Virtual Marketing Director for his clients, working with a limited number at a time. They get his international business expertise at a much lower cost to their companies. He is an Internet Marketing Specialist – which makes him a special combination of an offline and online business expert. His Guerilla Techniques of Marketing and Promotions have doubled or tripled his clients’ business turnover in a very short time. Some have made phenomenal growth of 100 times or more within three years.
Jayant Hudar lives in Navi Mumbai, India with his family.
You can reach him at:
email: jayanthudar @ gmail.com or
info @ schoolofbusinesswisdom.com
Websites : www.jayanthudar.com
Early in his sales career, world-renowned sales expert Brian Tracy couldn't find a way to overcome that simple five-word objection and close the sale. Then he discovered a technique that worked. Business boomed. Tracy broke every sales record in his company and increased his income twenty-fold.
Since that breakthrough many years ago, Tracy has meticulously studied and collected the best of the best in sales-closing techniques. Now, in The Art of Closing the Sale, he shares this wealth of knowledge that has already helped more than one million people maximize their sales results.
No matter how eloquent or passionate a salesperson you may be, no matter how friendly your smile or likable your personality, if you can't close the sale, your efforts yield nothing.
The Art of Closing the Sale teaches the learnable skills that anyone can use to transform the sales process into a consistent win. This book is an absolute must-read for every sales professional seeking to boost their career and create a future of success.
The purpose of this book is to give you a series of ideas, methods, strategies, and techniques that you can use immediately to make more sales, faster and easier than ever before.
It’s a promise of prosperity that sales guru Brian Tracy has seen fulfilled again and again. More sales people have become millionaires as a result of listening to and applying his ideas than from any other sales training process ever developed.
In their acclaimed bestseller The Challenger Sale, Matthew Dixon and his colleagues at CEB busted many longstanding myths about sales. Now they’ve turned their research and analysis to a new vital business subject—customer loyalty—with a new book that turns the conventional wisdom on its head.
The idea that companies must delight customers by exceeding service expectations is so entrenched that managers rarely even question it. They devote untold time, energy, and resources to trying to dazzle people and inspire their undying loyalty. Yet CEB’s careful research over five years and tens of thousands of respondents proves that the “dazzle factor” is wildly overrated—it simply doesn’t predict repeat sales, share of wallet, or positive wordof-mouth. The reality:
Loyalty is driven by how well a company delivers on its basic promises and solves day-to-day problems, not on how spectacular its service experience might be. Most customers don’t want to be “wowed”; they want an effortless experience. And they are far more likely to punish you for bad service than to reward you for good service.
If you put on your customer hat rather than your manager or marketer hat, this makes a lot of sense. What do you really want from your cable company, a free month of HBO when it screws up or a fast, painless restoration of your connection? What about your bank—do you want free cookies and a cheerful smile, even a personal relationship with your teller? Or just a quick in-and-out transaction and an easy way to get a refund when it accidentally overcharges on fees?
The Effortless Experience takes readers on a fascinating journey deep inside the customer experience to reveal what really makes customers loyal—and disloyal. The authors lay out the four key pillars of a low-effort customer experience, along the way delivering robust data, shocking insights and profiles of companies that are already using the principles revealed by CEB’s research, with great results. And they include many tools and templates you can start applying right away to improve service, reduce costs, decrease customer churn, and ultimately generate the elusive loyalty that the “dazzle factor” fails to deliver.
The rewards are there for the taking, and the pathway to achieving them is now clearly marked.
Entrepreneurs are great at coming up with new ideas and, often by sheer passion alone, getting their business started. But for long-term success they must be aware of the secrets of marketing. Even if they don't always market their product themselves, they need to understand the processes enough to ensure that the job is being done well.
The book identifies marketing as the entire process of researching, creating, distributing and selling the product or service. It isn’t about theory and metrics; instead, it’s a practical guide that starts with the basis of all marketing: the proper mindset.
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This new and lively textbook provides a fresh and unfettered approach for marketing students who require a more real-world understanding of the impact of their discipline on entrepreneurial firms. The growing student body involved with studying entrepreneurship will also benefit from the customer insight offered by this approach.