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Frank Bettger 31 followers Franklin Lyle Frank Bettger was a salesman and self-help author. He was the father of longtime actor Lyle Bettger. He played Major League baseball with the St. Louis Cardinals in under the name Frank Betcher. After his brief baseball career, Bettger returned to his native Philadelphia, where he started collecting accounts for a furniture store on a bike. He then started selling Franklin Lyle Frank Bettger was a salesman and self-help author.
During a moment of reflection, he remembered what his baseball manager told him about his lack of enthusiasm.
So he made a commitment to himself to start acting enthusiastically in his insurance presentations. He also met a successful salesman and took his advice to read the Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. He tried it, it worked, and Bettger began to perfect his technique with great enthusiasm.
After succeeding in life insurance sales and becoming Top Salesman for 20 years with Fidelity Mutual, he met Dale Carnegie. How I Raised Myself Bettger also gave a series of lectures to Jaycees organizations nationwide with Dale Carnegie. The book focused on his life and lessons he learned during his short baseball career, and reflected how those lessons learned at an early age helped mold him into the success he became.
Libro Como Triunfe En Las Ventas De Frank Bettger ensayos y trabajos de investigación
Yo jugaba con el equipo de Johnstown, Pennsylvania, en la liga Tri-Estatal. La verdad es que no hubiese tenido el raroprivilegio de escribir este libro si no le hubiera formulado aquella pregunta. La verdad es que yo esperaba cualquier cosamenos esto. Sucedieron tres cosas, a saber Si ustedes seencuentran nerviosos no lo lamenten. No procuren dominarse.
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