The Art of War - The Most Important Business Book You May Ever Read was Written 2,500 Years Ago - Before LinkedIn... and Facebook The Art of War is one the most widely read and implemented war philosophies of all time but what does that have to do with business and why would it be important for you to know it? When it comes to Project Management, Negotiations, or anything that is important that you are trying to accomplish in business that involves people - knowing the strategies from this book will help you accomplish your initiatives.
Tony Kanak has been working with Sales Evolution as a student and coach for over 14 years. His Prior Sales Career includes working for Compu-Tutor, a Platinum level ACT! CRM reseller and Sales Evolution partner, where he became a Guess Free Selling Master. Now he provides expert level coaching to Business Owners and Sales Professionals that are growing their revenue using the Guess Free Selling Process.
Tony is also an Area Director Consultant for BNI (Business Network International). He has developed an extensive referral network of business owners in Eastern Pennsylvania from Lehigh County down through Philadelphia County.
Tony completed his Bachelor of Science Degree from Drexel University in 1990. He has traveled through the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Puerto Rico as a Corporate Trainer on IBM based Maintenance Management software.
He managed and developed a training team in Wilmington DE that conducted international training for DuPont, Astra Zeneca, and W.L. Gore.
Tony has been certified to teach over 50 computer training courses. He began selling computer training in 1997 and has been successful since that time in various roles related to Enterprise and Local Information Technology Sales.
Tony has been a featured guest speaker on Sales and Marketing Topics for the past 8 years including, “Why Columbo Would Have Been the Whodunit of Sales”, "Why Do I Need a Contact Manager When I Have All of These Great Post-it-Notes?" and "How to Increase Your Referral Business in 30 Minutes or Less”.
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We had announced in previous messages that Champps in King of Prussia would be the new meeting location. However, after the October meeting, we decided that the meeting room at Champps was not suitable for our needs. We have begun our search for a new restaurant, and for this meeting we will use the meeting room in Peppers Italian Restaurant in King of Prussia.
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