Need a recommendation for a great sales book but don’t have time to read all the reviews? How about listening to a podcast on sales book reviews instead? Jazz up your morning commute with one of the following entertaining shows.
Sales book reviews that will make you laugh
If it’s just been one of those mornings and you need a pick-me-up, try Business Book Talk with Bob Garlick. This sales book review podcast features excellent interviews with the authors. In 35 hilarious minutes, Garlick asks smart questions that provoke interesting and humorous answers from his guests. By the end of the show, you’ll have a new sales book to check out and a few quick tips from the author to try.
Sales book reviews for short drives
On your way to a lunch meeting or picking up dog food? Squeeze in eight minutes of sales book reviews with the Book Digest podcast by Matthew Scott. The podcast features sales book reviews distilled to brief summaries. Scott is an entrepreneur with a fascinating background as an Army Paratrooper Captain and Special Forces Psychological Warfare Expert. As Scott writes on his website, “Let Matthew Scott analyze business bestsellers the way he used to analyze the mindset of enemy combatants.”
Sales book reviews for inspiration
When leading your team starts to feel like a daily slog, you know it’s time to change your tune. Renew your drive with recommended titles on Forward Thinking, a sales book review podcast that also reviews motivational books. You can trust the taste of podcast host and Mirum President, Mitch Joel. When he’s not reviewing sales books he advises companies such as Google, Starbucks and Microsoft. Check out Forward Thinking to find a book that will improve your sales and your life.
Listen to a few of these sales book review podcasts during the week and you’ll be prepared to pick up a great sales book this weekend.
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