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In SPIN Selling, Rackham, who has advised leading companies such as IBM and Honeywell delivers the first book to specifically examine selling high-value product and services. By following the simple, practical, and easy-to-apply techniques of SPIN, readers will be able to dramatically increase their sales volume from major accounts. Rackham answers key questions such as "What makes success in major sales" and "Why do techniques like closing work in small sales but fail in larger ones?"
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An Audible competitor from Canada, Audiobooks.com has a very similar structure. It requires you to sign up for a $15-per-month subscription, but once you do, you get one free book per month. After that, you can buy extra book credits at any time (unlike on Audible), and get any other books that you want for reduced prices.
Downpour.com works a little bit differently than some of the other alternatives to Audible here, in that it allows you to both purchase and rent audiobooks, depending on your needs. It is also a bit less expensive than Audible, with its membership fee costing $13 a month as opposed to $15 per month for Audible (though Downpour has no other options) and getting you one free book a month. Downpour also allows you to listen to any books that you purchase on any software that can play them, as opposed to having to use Audible-exclusive players for books purchased from Audible.
Overdrive.com is a free alternative to Audible that can be accessed with a valid student ID or a library card. Like Playster, it offers rental downloads of e-books, audiobooks, movies, music, and more that can be enjoyed on your desktop computer or your mobile device. However, you are limited to the selection that your local library has in stock, and the item that you download will stop working once your rental period is up.
As a braille user since the age of four (I'm now seventy-eight), it was wonderful to feel the enthusiasm coming from the author. Yes, I use modern technology, such as computers, the iPhone, audio-watch, and an audio mp3 player, but I like to read my braille book and my braille magazine.
"Eyes on Success," formerly "Viewpoints," is a half-hour weekly audio program that discusses products, services, and daily living tips for people with vision loss. It is available through radio reading services across the US and Canada via three internet streaming services (iBlink Radio, ACB Radio, and The Global Voice) and to everybody else as a podcast. To date, the show has been downloaded in all 50 states in the US, eight Canadian provinces, and over 80 other countries on all the inhabited continents. "Eyes on Success" is hosted and produced by Peter Torpey and Nancy Goodman Torpey and distributed to regional radio reading services by WXXI Reachout Radio in Rochester, NY.
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One of the overarching themes present in recent years has been the shift from specialized devices toward mainstream technology. While an argument can still sometimes be made for a stand-alone notetaking solution designed specifically for a person who is visually impaired, more and more consumers are shifting toward mainstream devices. The iPhone is the obvious example as it has quickly gobbled up market share once held by the likes of Freedom Scientific and HumanWare. However, a quick glance at a user's typical list of apps gives a reminder of just how many devices are being duplicated or often supplanted by the mobile device. With the exception of content from the National Library Service, practically every major producer of accessible and mainstream books is represented, including Learning Ally, BookShare, and NFB-Newsline. Currency identification, which used to cost $100 or more, can now be accomplished with free or low-cost apps. GPS navigation for travel, optical character recognition for reading printed materials, and even a simple light probe? The list is virtually endless. It's easy to account for thousands of dollars of dedicated technology that is now potentially replaced by a single device.