The No.1 Best Seller: A Unique Insight into the Mind, Strategy and Processes of a Top Salesman

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What does it take to be a Top Salesperson? Many books claim to have the answer, but few show you, first hand, exactly how it is achieved.

The No.1 Best Seller is a masterclass in professional selling, as seen through the eyes of a top salesman. Reflecting on an exemplary sales career, predominantly spent selling financial technology to the C-Suite and Investment Banking community, Lee Bartlett shares the mindset and methodology that have allowed him to consistently win the largest mandates in his industry.

The book is split neatly into four sections, which build upon each other to conclude with the full methodology. The focus is not on sales techniques but on the extra-curricular detail, employed by only the best, that is often omitted from the following key areas:

Successful product selectionSales execution: forward planning, engraining effective sales processes, working efficiently, client communication, pitch preparation, invisible revenue, networking, embracing your ego and recovering lost salesNavigating the various political and emotional obstacles that hinder sales successNegotiating a sales-based employment contractThe landscape of professional selling is constantly evolving to suit modern-day buyer habits, but core sales principles will always hold true. This fascinating autobiographical account provides an eye-opening insight into the level of detail and discipline that a top salesperson employs – not only to gain an edge over their competition but, ultimately, to close more business.

This book is a valuable resource for anyone new to the sales industry, or for those wishing to broaden or benchmark their sales knowledge and ability.

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 558 KB
  • Print Length: 150 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by:  Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Not Enabled
  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Customer Reviews


One person found this helpful.
 on 12 April 2017
By Vanguardian
Great book. Lee I salute you.

Read No1 to be No1

 on 13 June 2017
By Nic Read, SalesLabs
There’s a refreshing honesty in Lee’s book, and it doesn’t take long to realise the title isn’t just a label for the book, but for the man himself. It’s written in the first person and pulls no punches describing exactly how to build a high performance mindset, environment and approach. You can only write this way if you love selling, live it every day, and have the scars that come from experience. Those lessons are all distilled here. This is one of those rare roll-up-your-sleeves-and-make-money guidebooks newcomers and experienced sellers can regard as essential reading. Lee Bartlett is an exciting new voice for salespeople who want ideas that really work, without the fluff. Highly recommended.

Great book! A great reminder of going back to …

 on 22 June 2017
By Amazon Customer
Great book! A great reminder of going back to basics, and what is needed to be successful. Lee shares some great stories that anyone who has sold for a while can relate too, and also serves as a hint and warning to those just starting their sales career.

This book is a must read for anyone starting out in sales

 on 30 May 2017
By Amazon Customer
You know when you come across one those pivotal books, that hit you like a titanic Tyson right hand?

Five Stars

 on 11 May 2017
By Bayo Akinmejiwa
Great book, really practical insights from the mind and thinking behind a top salesman. I would really recommend.

Great read

 on 30 May 2017
By Amazon Customer
Great read

Five Stars

 on 29 August 2017
By Lucylu81
Definitely the best sales book I’ve read, I would highly recommend it!

The "Red Meat" book on B2B Sales ….

 on 24 August 2017
By @Timothy_Hughes
This is a book about sales written by a top salesperson. No gimmicks or methodologies it provides a working framework for selling based on Lee’s experience selling at a high level in a B2B environment. The story is autobiographical and Lee takes you through the ups and downs from starting as a cold caller to selling multi-million deals across large complex accounts. He shares with you his failures, so you don’t make the same mistakes.

Great Sales Book that every sales person should read! – Old or New

 on 13 June 2017
By Amazon Customer
This book took me slightly longer to finish than it should have, but a pressing schedule put this on the backburner,

The No.1 Best Sales Book!!

 on 23 April 2017
By Daniel Disney
Having read most sales books out today, The No.1 Best Seller by Lee Bartlett is right up at the top. This book doesn’t set out to tell you how to be the best salesperson you can be, it shows you. Using the immense wealth of experience that Lee has gained through selling at the most elite level, this book allows you to learn from his mistakes and fully understand what it takes to be the best seller in your company. I cannot recommend this book enough to everyone who’s working in a sales or sales leadership role.

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