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Business Functions Sales National Association of Sales Professionals (NASP)

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NASP is comprised of dynamic men and women who have distinguished themselves as leaders in the rapidly changing world of sales. They have committed to advancing their careers and financial security by participating in our community and/or earning recognition as a Certified Professional SalesPerson (CPSP). The organization has over 3,000 corporate and individual members.

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8300 North Hayden Road, Suite 207
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Scottsdale
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NASP is comprised of dynamic men and women who have distinguished themselves as leaders in the rapidly changing world of sales. They have committed to advancing their careers and financial security by participating in our community and/or earning recognition as a Certified Professional SalesPerson (CPSP). The organization has over 3,000 corporate and individual members.

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Fantastic program!!! Next Level!!!
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Reviewed by go4sho July 05, 2013
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Fantastic program!!! Next Level!!!

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I came to know about the National Association of Sales Professionals from my boss, who told me it was a great place to learn and grow as a salesperson. While I must admit, I initially went to the website to please my boss, in the end, I was amazed at how thorough the association's resources are for sales professionals like myself.

When I went online to check things out, I was offered a free seller-style assessment, which told me the kind of salesperson I am (competitive), and how I could become the kind of salesperson I want to be (driven). I liked the assessment and the coaching which NASP offered after I took the assessment. I also liked the fairly extensive sales library (FREE! What?!), the job board which places you with companies looking for people like you (AWESOME), and the free profile online.

I also wanted to hone up on my sales skills, and a number of my peers were taking it and reporting good results, so I signed up for and enrolled in the CPSP Level 1 Certification Course. Boy, am I glad I took that course! It was VERY different than what I initially expected. I thought I might be watching videos of some role plays and reading sassy little bits of text about how to close sales encounters, BUT, I was wrong.

The course was 45 Days of awesomeness.

If you're the kind of person who is into personal development/growth/change like I am, you will seriously love this course. I LOVE Tony Robbins and Brian Tracy and Gary Ryan Blair, and this course, is absolutely along that vein. It takes you through the stages of change from a personal development and sales perspective, with the idea that if you can improve as a person in every way - if you can surmount bigger challenges faster and better each time you encounter them, then you'll be a better - whatever you want to be. That said, this program does have a sales component to it, so to be fair, and since you're dying to know, I will tell you that my sales absolutely improved after taking this course. So did my fearlessness. And my ability to take in new information and apply it. I seriously felt, and believe I am, better in every way after taking this course. So - yeah, the CPSP was great for me. I hope you'll have the opportunity to take it too - it's worth every penny!
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Reviewed by GretchenBarton July 04, 2013
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5 Stars - Association and CPSP are OUTSTANDING!

I came to know about the National Association of Sales Professionals from my boss, who told me it was a great place to learn and grow as a salesperson. While I must admit, I initially went to the website to please my boss, in the end, I was amazed at how thorough the association's resources are for sales professionals like myself.

When I went online to check things out, I was offered a free seller-style assessment, which told me the kind of salesperson I am (competitive), and how I could become the kind of salesperson I want to be (driven). I liked the assessment and the coaching which NASP offered after I took the assessment. I also liked the fairly extensive sales library (FREE! What?!), the job board which places you with companies looking for people like you (AWESOME), and the free profile online.

I also wanted to hone up on my sales skills, and a number of my peers were taking it and reporting good results, so I signed up for and enrolled in the CPSP Level 1 Certification Course. Boy, am I glad I took that course! It was VERY different than what I initially expected. I thought I might be watching videos of some role plays and reading sassy little bits of text about how to close sales encounters, BUT, I was wrong.

The course was 45 Days of awesomeness.

If you're the kind of person who is into personal development/growth/change like I am, you will seriously love this course. I LOVE Tony Robbins and Brian Tracy and Gary Ryan Blair, and this course, is absolutely along that vein. It takes you through the stages of change from a personal development and sales perspective, with the idea that if you can improve as a person in every way - if you can surmount bigger challenges faster and better each time you encounter them, then you'll be a better - whatever you want to be. That said, this program does have a sales component to it, so to be fair, and since you're dying to know, I will tell you that my sales absolutely improved after taking this course. So did my fearlessness. And my ability to take in new information and apply it. I seriously felt, and believe I am, better in every way after taking this course. So - yeah, the CPSP was great for me. I hope you'll have the opportunity to take it too - it's worth every penny!

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I was looking to not only improve my sales skills but also earn a certification that I could add to my resume. I did a lot of searching and found a lot of different "for fee" sales training and several sales based certifications and chose the CPSP from nasp.com

The training lasted 45 days and was much different than I initially expected. At first, I was a little disappointed as the cpsp had very little to do with actual sales techniques and more about me being more focused and dedicated. After around 10 days, things really started to click. I found myself much more driven at work and more focused. The real benefit was that I knew what I wanted and started to use my sales skills (which also improved through my focus) to work towards my desires.

After a little over a month, my co-workers started commenting on my improved sales results and I knew that I was getting much better.

Now I have my CPSP and while I am not looking for a new sales job right now, having the certification means a lot and I am sure that several employers will see the certification as a positive distinction.

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Reviewed by Tom P July 04, 2013

Solid and More than Just Sales Training

I was looking to not only improve my sales skills but also earn a certification that I could add to my resume. I did a lot of searching and found a lot of different "for fee" sales training and several sales based certifications and chose the CPSP from nasp.com

The training lasted 45 days and was much different than I initially expected. At first, I was a little disappointed as the cpsp had very little to do with actual sales techniques and more about me being more focused and dedicated. After around 10 days, things really started to click. I found myself much more driven at work and more focused. The real benefit was that I knew what I wanted and started to use my sales skills (which also improved through my focus) to work towards my desires.

After a little over a month, my co-workers started commenting on my improved sales results and I knew that I was getting much better.

Now I have my CPSP and while I am not looking for a new sales job right now, having the certification means a lot and I am sure that several employers will see the certification as a positive distinction.

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When I signed up for this program thought it was going to teach me new and effective sales methods to improve my sales performance. Well, if that's what you are looking for...then save your money.

After you get through the first week of this program, the next 38 days is nothing but a re-hash of the first 7 days. It goes through the exact same thing for 45 days, just changing it a little each week. In fact, most of the questions are virtually the exact same as before.

The course is all about changing habits and thought patterns. Ok, I get it and it can be helpful. But it is more of a psychology course than sales. There is nothing here to do with sales methods, strategies or anything else. It is just 45 days of trying to change habits.

Pros: gives a valid notable certification to add to your career. If you want to change personal habits...go for it.

Cons: new real sales training. expensive price to pay for something you could grab a book at the library and finish reading in 3 days
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Reviewed by Ron April 24, 2013

CPSP

When I signed up for this program thought it was going to teach me new and effective sales methods to improve my sales performance. Well, if that's what you are looking for...then save your money.

After you get through the first week of this program, the next 38 days is nothing but a re-hash of the first 7 days. It goes through the exact same thing for 45 days, just changing it a little each week. In fact, most of the questions are virtually the exact same as before.

The course is all about changing habits and thought patterns. Ok, I get it and it can be helpful. But it is more of a psychology course than sales. There is nothing here to do with sales methods, strategies or anything else. It is just 45 days of trying to change habits.

Pros: gives a valid notable certification to add to your career. If you want to change personal habits...go for it.

Cons: new real sales training. expensive price to pay for something you could grab a book at the library and finish reading in 3 days

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