As well as speaking and coaching, I love to write – which you can probably tell if you receive my Success newsletter or read my blog! I am the author of three books with a new one in the pipeline due any minute… and many more written in draft form waiting to be published one day!
Be More, Do More, Sell More: Build confidence, increase mental toughness and grow your business.
Coming REALLY SOON!!
What differentiates world-class superstars from mediocre wannabes? What is the secret that helps them to win more clients and close more profitable sales? What do they have that others do not?
The answer is mental toughness. Sales superstars know that the key to delivering their best, every day, is their winning mindset. What they don’t want you to know is that you too can learn their strategies, habits and behaviours, and emulate their success.
Gavin Ingham has dedicated his life to understanding what differentiates peak performers and in “Be More, Do More, Sell More”, he shares with you real-world strategies that you can apply today to start to build a sales superstar mindset, increase your mental toughness and win more sales.
“This powerful, practical book is full of proven methods and strategies that you can use to increase your sales on the outside and your confidence on the inside – immediately.” – Brian Tracy, author of 70+ best selling books
“This approach to mental toughness just works! Need increased sales, a better motivated team or a re-boot of your own attitude? Read this!” – Graham Martin, CareersCoaching.co.uk
“Gavin is by far one of the leading minds in the sales industry right now and this book is proof of his ability to motivate, inspire and guide salespeople to unlimited success.” – Daniel Disney, Founder of “The Daily Sales”
“On my quest to be the only two-time winner of the UK’s Top Sales Trainer award, I turned to Gavin to help me maintain a winner’s mindset. Why? Because skill set without mindset will leave you upset. As we say in the North, the proof is in the pudding and I now have two trophies on my shelf.” – Steve Burton, X2 ISM Sales Trainer Of The Year
“Gavin Ingham is the best in the business. Metaphorically, he knows magic.” – Sam Nassiri, Nasco
“Attitude is critical in sales and Gavin is the world’s best at helping you get to that 10/10 attitude that you need to make more sales and more profits.” – Philip Hesketh, Author of Amazon No 1 Best Seller “Persuade”
“Gavin’s book captures the essence of what it takes to be mentally tough – the right attitudes, behaviours and consistency – and gives you practical tips you can put into practise immediately to take back control. I especially enjoyed the chapter on Winning Beliefs.” – Marcus Cauchi, Sandler Sales Management Trainer
“If you want to explode your sales, you need the right mindset. This book shows you how to build more confidence, more passion and make more sales, starting now.” – Jim Rees, Author of Built For Greatness
“Gavin’s uncompromising passion for unlimited belief and changing mindset makes you just want to get up and do it. Truly inspirational.” – Claire Sanderson, Swanstaff
“If you want to understand the difference between sales winners and sales losers, and if you want to understand the difference that will make a difference to your sales performance, then you need to read this book now.” – Simon Hazeldine, Best Selling Author Of “Neuro-Sell: How Neuroscience Can Power Your Sales Success”
Motivate People: Get the best from yourself and others.
My book, ‘Motivate People’, came as the result of a publishing deal with the prestigious Dorling Kindersley in 2007. It was originally published in pocket-sized version and was designed for business people to carry around with them as a mini motivation bible that they could either follow as a complete course or dip in and out of. It included practical techniques, effective tips, 5-minute fixes and case studies for developing the core attitudes and skills needed to motivate yourself and others.
Objections! Objections! Objections! How to conquer objections and explode your sales performance,
‘Objections! Objections! Objections!’, which was published back in 2004, was my first furore into book writing and I was surprised by the positive reaction it got. In many ways, it was of its time in terms of sales terminology and, of course, pre-financial crisis thinking, but it is based upon principles that are still core to many sales professionals today. It is about understanding your audience, getting into their mindset and setting yourself apart from the competition to make what you have to offer a ‘no brainer’ for the customer.