- Genre: Non-Fiction (Business/Sales)
- Pages: 180
(Nano review is at the end of this post.)
Work Remarkably less and get maximum results. We always think it isn’t possible but with a concept it is.
The concept is ‘Sales Moon Curve’ that is the theme of ‘A Sales Person’s Honeymoon’. The book is successful in explaining the concept with ease. It starts with the story of two sales person, one is frustrated with what is going on and the other is happy and content. After some series of events, the happy guy teaches us everything about the concept in an easy manner.
This dramatic touch made it simple for me to learn the concept. Not just theory, it also guides us on how can we implement it for our betterment.
The title and cover is catchy and suits well. The book is divided into two parts; one part contains the story and the other part contains what made the created this concept and that is another interesting story.
The writing style of the author is simple and engaging and that made the book gripping. Chapters are small and the titles given to them are appropriate.
Language is easy to understand and narration of the story is done well and is in third person’s point of view.
The book has some mistakes that publishers should have taken care of, like the variation of fonts, even on the same page and it’s only on two or three pages, so it doesn’t bother that much.
The concept can take little time to digest and actually implement in all areas of our life, still the book is a short informative read.
I recommend it all those who want work less and achieve more and especially to business owners and entrepreneurs.