How to Close a Deal Like Warren Buffett
Lessons from the World’s Greatest Dealmaker
Book by Tom Searcy, and Henry DeVries
Named an Amazon #1 Best Seller and ExecRank Top Business Book of 2012
Revealed: the winning blueprint for making deals like The Oracle of Omaha
How to Close A Deal like Warren Buffett offers an original spin on Buffett’s near-mythic dealmaking prowess that will catch the attention of millions of Buffet fans worldwide. Here, Tom Searcy and Henry DeVries, acknowledge leaders in sales and sales training and deconstruct the Buffett approach for deal making to give readers a wealth of Warren wisdom to help close every deal.
Praise for How to Close a Deal Like Warren Buffett
Tom Searcy and Henry DeVries have done a masterful job of distilling Buffett’s wisdom into a highly readable book you’ll want to refer to again and again. A must-have for deal makers!
Co-Author of The One Minute Manager® and Leading at a Higher Level
Searcy and DeVries have made their own science of dissecting how persuasion leads to decisions leads to big deals. This book is Dale Carnegie re-configured for the business world.
Thomas Barnett, contributing editor of Esquire
Author of Great Powers: America and the World After Bush
Almost anybody interested in deal making, from sales people to CEOs, will find something of interest here. Simply the most important new book on deal making and big account sales strategy.
Marshall Goldsmith, million-selling author or editor of 32 books, including the New York Times bestsellers, MOJO and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There
Read this inspiring, advice-filled book to discover how you can leverage Warren Buffett’s deal-making strategies to negotiate and win big contracts.
Jill Konrath, author of SNAP Selling and Selling to Big Companies
Tom Searcy and Henry DeVries uncover Warren Buffett secrets to closing the biggest deals in the world. They’ll teach you the skills to make your first million dollar deal.
Dan Waldschmidt, author of Edgy Conversations
When you walk through the Omaha airport, there is a picture of Warren Buffet’s graduating class from the University of Nebraska and his quote, “Invest in yourself.” Once you understand that there is an art and a science to making the deal, at once you’ll understand the value of Warren Buffett’s quote. Investing in yourself not an option, it’s an imperative, and investing in this book is exactly the same. Getting the wisdom and thinking behind Warren Buffet’s deals will help you gain insight into the art and science of making your deals.
Author of The Little Read Book of Selling