Brian Tracy, Jay Abraham, The Sandler Sales Institute and Earl Nightingale

Brian Tracy and Jay Abraham, as well as The Sandler Sales Institute and Earl Nightingale combine to give you The Million Dollar Sales Secrets from The Masters.

Brian Tracy is one of America's leading authorities on sales training, leadership, as well as taking human potential to new heights. He has consulted with more than 500 corporations and motivated and inspired hundreds of thousands of people around the world. He is a top selling author of more than 45 books and many audio programs.

As founder and CEO of Abraham Group, Inc., Jay Abraham has spent an entire career solving problems and fixing businesses. For more than 10,000 clients in 400 industries, Jay has created a marketing and business plan to allow them to succeed.Jay Abraham has an ability to increase business income, wealth and success in any industry. He is considered the nation's number one marketing wizard and has many bestselling books regarding marketing, sales, and business.

The Sandler Sales Institute is a global training organization with more than 30 years of experience. They provide sales and management training and consulting services for small- to medium-sized businesses and corporate training for Fortune 1000 companies.Earl Nightingale is known as the Dean of Personal Development. In the early 1950s, Earl was a WGN radio show host. Then, through a powerful and motivating message to his sales people, he created The Strangest Secret, one of the great motivational books of all time.In 1956, he created a spoken word record of The Strangest Secret and it sold over a million copies. This became the first spoken-word recording to achieve Gold Record status. Earl Nightingale joined Lloyd Conant to cofound Nightingale-Conant, the world's largest publisher of personal development audio programs.Brian Tracy and Jay Abraham work together with Earl Nightingale and The Sandler Sales Institute to deliver secrets everyone needs to know to grow wealth. 

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