35 Years Psychologically Unemployable
Today I celebrate 35 years being psychologically unemployable. It’s been an incredible ride, and I’m just getting started. I could write a book. In fact, I have.
I share the love with you today with the release on Amazon Kindle of…
The NEW Game of Selling™
Words are my canvass, the blank slate upon which I write the story of my life. It’s hard to put into words how I feel today. I’ve been playing the game of business for 60% of my life.
To know that starting today and forever, anyone anywhere in the world can read this book on a Kindle or iPad 24/7/365 is mind blowing.
I started playing The NEW Game of Selling because the old game never worked for me. I needed to play a different game. This book goes beyond selling. It’s about personal and professional transformation.
I’ve improved my empathy and compassion. I listen with my ears, eyes, heart and soul. I hear what’s not said, and I communicate my thoughts and feelings better to help the people I love and serve.
This is the playbook I use to play the game of selling, and it reflects how I play the game of life. It’s made me a better businessperson, a better partner, a better dad, and a better man.
The NEW Game playbook, skills and tools are essential for the young and eager as well as the grizzled veteran like me.
Vince Lombardi said, “Be brilliant on the basics.”
I wrote The NEW Game of Selling to be brilliant on the basics. For 35 years I have practiced the basics. We never outgrow the fundamentals.
From my first 5 am dark-thirty newspaper delivery at age 13, and throughout the past 35 years in business my philosophy has been:
“I love and serve people, and they reward me with their money.”
The NEW Game of Selling is a way for me to love and serve more people who want to be loved and served. This is the story of how I play for the love of the game. Please enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.
Friday, 11/1 it’s FREE all day. Please share the love and invite all your friends and peeps to read it.
With love and serve in my heart…
Mitch, CEO – Chief Encouragement Officer
35 years psychologically unemployable today!