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Selling the Impossible:Sands to the Arabs

Yesterday I met a Sales Director from a Fortune 500 company. He commented that many sales training in Singapore are motivational and goal setting training disguised as sales training. They often get people on the high during the course but leave them unsure of what to do after the training. Most of the sales training do not have adequate sales strategies and techniques. They often teach things that even 10-year old kids know: ask questions, overcome objections and close the sale....

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Can I Don't Use WeChat? Of Course You Can!

I can foresee that in time to come, my children's children and their offsprings will become more and more non-Chinese in their behaviour and outlook.  In fact, this is already happening in Singapore now. Many people in Singapore like to use Facebook to expose their family's issues, some even scold their brothers and sisters in Facebook.

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Can I Don't Use WeChat? Of Course You Can!

I can foresee that in time to come, my children's children and their offsprings will become more and more non-Chinese in their behaviour and outlook.  In fact, this is already happening in Singapore now. Many people in Singapore like to use Facebook to expose their family's issues, some even scold their brothers and sisters in Facebook.

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WIN WITHOUT FIGHTING AND SELL WITHOUT SELLING

Many trainers teach Sun Tzu Art of War. Some conduct 3-days courses and go very deep into the book.  Others teach you in simple terms.  We at Asia Trainers don't just teach you the art of war, we put the application of the art of war at the centre of our courses.  Since conducting Art of War in 2010, we have conducted Art of War for Leadership, Customer Service, Productivity and Innovation and also Sales. 

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Persistent Top Untruths About WeChat in Singapore

There are 3 persistent misunderstandings about WeChat, even among people that visit China often.  These untruths surface because people are not aware that WeChat is always evolving to be better. The top 3 untruths are: WeChat is not allowed in Singapore, Cannot open Wechat Wallet in Singapore and WeChat is very insecure

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