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Sales Coaching with Eddy Mindlin - Part 2 of 2

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David visits with sales expert and coach, Eddy Mindlin

About Eddy Mindlin

An accomplished Independent Sales Representative for over thirty years, Eddy Mindlin has cultivated a reputation for integrity and accountability, and has developed a unique system for sales success—SmartSelling Strategies.

Eddy graduated with a BA in Business from Trinity University, San Antonio, TX and launched his sales career. At age twenty-five, after only three years in his territory, he earned Salesman of the Year, winning the President’s Award for top sales with Bigelow Carpet Mills.

In 1988 he started his own business representing many carpet lines, gradually adding numerous other products that have helped him expand his services and grow his business. His flooring website, CallEddy.com states what his customers say about Eddy: “For superior service, Call Eddy!”. Eddy’s flooring business and his sales coaching are all about providing the best service to the client.

A strong speaker and compelling motivator, he inspires others to reach for their goals and ambitions.

Coaching

Sales Coaching and Consulting Services by Eddy Mindlin are available for organizations, companies, Sales Managers, Human Resource Managers and individual sales people and entrepreneurs. As a sales coach, Eddy is proud of being objective while always being supportive.

During coaching or consulting sessions, Eddy shares knowledge acquired from 35 years of sales experience, including his SmartSelling Strategies.

SmartSelling Strategies system (as detailed in his book, REVEALED!) and his highly successful approach to sales. The long-term goal is to gain new clients and revitalize existing clients in order to bring in more sales and build solid long-term relationships.

 

www.eddymindlin.com

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