We are facing a global health and economic crisis few have ever experienced before. It’s clear the only way we will deal with this is by working together, helping each other.
Over the past few weeks, I’ve had hundreds of calls and emails from sales managers struggling to figure things out. I have thought a lot about how I can best help sales managers step up their game in these difficult times.
As a result, I’ve decided to make the Kindle version of Sales Manager Survival Guide available as close to free as possible (If I can figure it out, I will make it available for free). I’ve marked it down to $0.99. I will keep it at this price until at least April 30, 2020.
I wrote Sales Manager Survival Guide as a pragmatic desk guide to help managers think about how to help their people perform at the highest levels possible. This is more critical now than ever before.
Even at $0.99, Amazon insists on paying me a $0.35 royalty. Through April 30, 100% of the royalties I receive for both the Kindle and hardcopy versions will be donated. My good friend, Jill Konrath, helped me think about how to get the best leverage out of these contributions. I will be buying gift cards from local small businesses in my community to help support them. I will donate those gift cards to Laura’s House, a fantastic organization helping battered women.
I hope Sales Manager Survival Guide is a useful resource as you and your teams think about how you best help your customers and achieve your own goals. We will only get through this by working together for our common interests.