About Dan Blaze:
Dan Blaze has been involved in the art of sales and relationship management for over 16 years, having performed various aspects of sales including cold-calling, direct-selling, and independent sales and marketing.The Suadela Mercury Co was established for the purpose of providing independent services in sales and lead-generation
Having dedicated several years to the pursuit of knowledge, and the experience to use that knowledge in real-life situations, Mr. Blaze, and The Suadela Mercury Co. now aim to share that knowledge with aspiring sales professionals throughout Canada, U.S. and the world.
What inspires you to write?
Too many books on the market are designed to interest people instead of simply providing straightforward teachable material. While this may make books interesting, it becomes harder for those who want to learn new skills. The Master Sales Manual Series of books, including Conversation Skills, is designed for the serious professional.
Tell us about your writing process.
I begin with an outline of what I want to cover. In a Multi-step process I make that outline more and more specific, until I”m ready to fill it in with all the necessary specifics and information.
What advice would you give other writers?
It’s generally a long process… stick with it.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I decided to self-publish at this time. I may change that later…
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
With new devices like ebook readers, ipads, and computer software for reading digital books, I don’t think books are going anywhere… too many people like to read… With non-fiction specifically, more and more people are becoming self-taught, as fewer and fewer can afford to pay out of their own pockets for training
What do you use?: Professional Editor
What genres do you write?: non-fiction, business
What formats are your books in?: eBook, Print, Both eBook and Print
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