My Review on The Greatest Salesman in the World by OG Mandino
"The slaughterhouse of failure is not my destiny."
I was meant to write this review about 3 weeks ago so it won’t be the most thorough review you’ve read and I do apologize for that. Nonetheless I do remember the key points/concepts, have notes taken, and still have the same feelings towards the book as when I finished it.
This book, if read properly, has the potential to change your mentality and life. Within the contents of it, you’re given 10 scrolls.
If my memory serves me correctly, you should be reading 1 scroll repeatedly for 30 days before moving on to the next. By doing so, the lessons will be undoubtedly be in your head and become second nature to you.
OG Mandino’s The Greatest Salesman in the World did not fail to disappoint. I do recommend reading it at least once and if possible do follow the intended guidelines (1 scroll per 30 days).
Furthermore, this book is not only great for those who are interested in the field of business but it’s also a top pick for those who are determined to strive in just about any field. Though focused on the theme of becoming a great salesman, the principles taught actually are meant to improve your mindset.
No special secret to get sales are given. The 10 scrolls are directed to your philosophy. How you use your mind is the actual secret and this book will help get you ready to strive for just about any field out there.
To conclude, this book (excluding the 30 day a scroll method) won't take too long to read. If you do decide to go 1 scroll at a time, which I do recommend, you don’t have much to worry about as they’re all less than 5 pages I believe and it won’t take more than a few minutes.The slaughterhouse of failure is not my destiny.Click To Tweet