By Brian Tracy
"Let me imagine it over."
Early in his revenues occupation, world-renowned revenues specialist Brian Tracy couldn't give you the option to beat that straightforward five-word objection and shut the sale. Then he found a strategy that labored. enterprise boomed. Tracy broke each revenues list in his corporation and elevated his source of revenue twenty-fold.
Since that step forward a long time in the past, Tracy has meticulously studied and picked up the simplest of the easiest in sales-closing innovations. Now, in The artwork of remaining the Sale, he stocks this wealth of information that has already helped multiple million humans maximize their revenues results.
No subject how eloquent or passionate a salesman you will be, regardless of how pleasant your smile or likable your character, should you can't shut the sale, your efforts yield nothing.
The artwork of remaining the Sale teaches the learnable talents that anybody can use to rework the revenues technique right into a constant win. This e-book is an absolute must-read for each revenues specialist trying to enhance their occupation and create a way forward for success.
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All in all ten major laws were passed between 1695 and 1799 against the emigration of artisans and the export of machinery. They covered the metal, clock, glass, pottery, harness, mining, and certain machine-making trades as well as textiles. ’’∞∑ Paradoxically, the battery of regulations against the export of machinery and migration of skilled workers stimulated rather than suppressed e√orts to recruit artisans and get hold of protected machinery. Industrial espionage and technology piracy were common practice for practically every European country with any ambitions to industrialize.
Competitors within the Empire When the colonies began to produce ﬁnished goods that competed with English and Scottish industries, the imperial mood swung against allowing free ﬂow of machine and skilled workers across the Atlantic. As early as 1666 London began to check westward transfer of technology by prohibiting the export of frames for knitting to the colonies. The growing concern in London over technology di√usion found its way into o≈cial policy in the fundamental rules of the Empire—the Navigation Acts.
Imperial policy allowed and even encouraged the recruitment of skilled workers and the transfer of technology to the New World. Recruiting agents and imperial companies openly tried to entice workers to come and help found the colonial economies. ∏ The Board of Trade also promoted colonial appropriation of technologies from England’s rivals in Europe. Mills were central to the colonial economies as they were used for a variety of functions, from grinding grain to sawing logs into planks. Practically every colonial village built at least one water-powered mill.