In a world where technology is an integral part of our customer-service and sales interactions, the human element that builds trust, loyalty, and real relationships is diminishing. Angel Medina, mortgage professional, has developed what has been coined the “Wow Factor,” due to the impact that his professionalism, integrity, and willingness to go the extra mile has on his clients. The majority of Angel’s clients have come to see him as a friend or family member, not just a salesperson. The Wow Factor in Sales: Building Lifelong Relationships will help you strengthen your skill set in whatever industry you’re in. With confidence, interpersonal skills, hard work, mindful use of technology, and a commitment to learning, you can become a go-to industry leader in your field and build relationships that last a lifetime.
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About the Author
Angel Medina was born and raised in San Diego and has been in sales for over 20 years. He utilizes his many years of experience combined with ever-increasing knowledge to consult good people to make the best decisions for themselves and their families. To Angel, selling is helping, and helping equals more valuable relationships, which is better than any commission check.
Angel’s passion is to help others by sharing the experiences that have allowed him to continue to do what he loves in hopes that it help others to do what they love.
Angel is also a doting husband to his beautiful wife and proud father of four awesome kids, Cassondra, Logan, Jasmine, and Aubrey, as well as a son, brother, and a friend. The people in his life are the reason he wants to provide real value to others and contribute his knowledge and experience. Angel believes we making a living by what we give, not what we make.
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