"...an important book…Filled with fresh thinking, this book should be a "must read" for all salespeople and business leaders who want to take their communication skills to the next level."
Author -SNAP! Selling
The $1.2 Billion Metaphor
In 1980, Lee Iacocca went to Congress to get $1.2 billion in loan guarantees for then failing Chrysler. Congress was not interested in a bailout, which is how it perceived the loan. Iacocca cleverly changed that perception by substituting the image “safety net” for “bail out.” He argued that the government provided all kinds of safety nets for its citizens and Chrysler, with all its employees, represented a large group of citizens. Chrysler’s problems were America’s problems; Chrysler’s bankruptcy would be America’s loss.
“The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and a lightning bug.”
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“He is the best speaker who can turn men’s ears into eyes.”
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“Like a hot knife through butter, the ideas in this book will melt away objections and help you spread your ideas further and faster. Don’t hesitate…learn what Anne’s got to teach.”
“As alluring as ice-cold lemonade when you’re standing onTexas asphalt in August heat. Do you see how quickly I learned from this book?! Don’t leave home (and go to a client) without it.”
Author, “Million Dollar Consulting”
“Metaphors have the power to package big ideas and help them break through the clutter and indifference of our A.D.D. business climate. Anne puts that power into the hands of all sellers…and there aren’t metaphors strong enough to describe the impact.”
Lecturer, Trainer, Consultant
President Upstream Group
“I learned how to communicate and sell by listening to Anne Miller. For twenty years, I have found her counsel to be relevant and useful. This book is no exception. It has pride of place on my bookshelf.”
Sam Hill, Author, “Radical Marketing” and “Sixty Trends in Sixty Minutes”
“Successful communicators from Aristotle to Reagan and Clinton have used the wisdom in this book to sell their ideas. This book is the perfect tool for people like you and me when we want to close a deal.”
Michael C. Donaldson
Author, "Negotiating for Dummies"
“Anne Miller is one of those people who fully understands the sales process and what works and what doesn’t. There are sales books and there are sales books. This is the top of the list. It’s real, to the point, a fun read, and it works.”
Richard Kinsler, President, SLG Advertising and former Publisher, New York Magazine
“The use of appropriate, timely, tasteful and powerful metaphorical illustrations are the poetry of all superb communicators. Anne shows how to use metaphors to dramatize the sales process. A must read.”
President, Accessor Capital Management
“Once again, Anne Miller applies her unmatched insight, clarity, and approachability to drive home the science of selling. Metaphorically Selling is a compelling must for all persuaders.”
Chief Collaboration Officer
Interpublic Group, Inc.
Anne Miller is a recognized authority on getting heard in today’s noisy world. High profile associations and Fortune 1000 companies worldwide rely on her for sales and presentation skills seminars, speaking, and consulting. Anne has appeared on Bloomberg News Radio and CNNfn and has been featured in numerous online and offline publications and as a guest lecturer at Columbia Business School. She is the author of three other books: Make What You Say Pay!, 365 Sales Tips for Winning Business, and Presentation Jazz! The founder of business communications firm Chiron Associates, Inc., Anne holds her MA from The University of Wisconsin and resides in New York City.