9 episodes

The most successful people in the world all have one thing in common: An extraordinary ability to sell and persuade. Now you have an opportunity to glimpse into their minds and learn the secrets of the world's most powerful communicators.

Persuasion Secrets Scott Moldenhauer

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    • 3.0, 12 Ratings

The most successful people in the world all have one thing in common: An extraordinary ability to sell and persuade. Now you have an opportunity to glimpse into their minds and learn the secrets of the world's most powerful communicators.

Customer Reviews

3.0 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Preston Day1 ,

Don't listen to the negative reviews...

I found this content to be extremely helpful and insightful. I own my own business and I have trouble with understanding why my marketing tactics do not work and these podcasts hit on almost every point that should be covered regarding the psychology of persuasion and useful persuasion tactics. Anyone who is like me and values professional insight on sales and persuasion should listen to these podcasts because the topics that are covered throughout touch on the most important topics to business success and can help drive you towards the ultimate goal that any business person should have, MAKING THE SALE.

Preston Day ,

Don't listen to the negative reviews...

I found this content to be extremely helpful and insightful. I own my own business and I have trouble with understanding why my marketing tactics do not work and these podcasts hit on almost every point that should be covered regarding the psychology of persuasion and useful persuasion tactics. Anyone who is like me and values professional insight on sales and persuasion should listen to these podcasts because the topics that are covered throughout touch on the most important topics to business success and can help drive you towards the ultimate goal of any business person, MAKING THE SALE.

Eyelovelisa ,

Broken record

Hi. Do you like being asked the same annoying question over and over for x minutes, until it's reworded and asked again? Do you like commercial interruptions of this insidious interrogation, advertising the podcast host's book? I mean, based on all evidence so far, it's unlikely to contain relevant or useful information. After upward of ten minutes and two commercials and still no relevant information on the topic, could you actually believe for a second that 99% the book would comprise anything less than that same question asked again and again? If you said yes, congratulations! You've found yourself a winning resource.

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