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About Ari Galper

With a Masters Degree in Instructional Design and over a decade of experience creating breakthrough sales strategies for global companies such as UPS and QUALCOMM, Ari Galper discovered the missing link that people who sell have been seeking for years.

His profound discovery of shifting ones mindset to a place of complete integrity, based on new words and phrases grounded in sincerity, has earned him distinction as the worlds leading authority on how to build trust in the world of selling.

Leading companies such as Gateway, Clear Channel Communications, Brother International and Fidelity National Mortgage have called on Ari to keep them on the leading edge of sales performance. Visit http://www.unlockthegame.com to get his free sales training lessons.
Throw Out Your “Selling” Language – Unlock Your Natural Voice

I was sitting at my desk last week when my phone rang. I picked it up and said, “This is Ari with Unlock The Game.” The woman on the other end of the phone said, “Hi, my name is Julie Jackson, I’m with XYZ company and we are a…and we offer…”. As she continued to speak, I stopped her in mid-sentence and said, “Hi, Julie.”

Sales Therapy 101: Breaking Your Fear of Cold Calling

Almost every day, visitors to my Unlock The GameT website click on my live instant-messenger chat button, which invites them to “Ask Ari a selling question.”

Dead Silence From Your Prospect: The Worst Sound Of All

Could this be the worst moment in your selling cycle?

7 Ways to Cut Loose from Old Sales Thinking

Sooner or later, we all backslide into old ways of thinking about selling that lead us down the wrong path with potential clients.

7 Cold Calling Secrets Even The Sales Gurus Don’t Know

More and more e-mails are arriving in my in-box from people who hate cold calling. Here’s what they’re saying:

7 Ways to Stop “Selling” & Start Building Relationships

Sometimes we can all use a friendly reminder to keep us from backsliding into old ways of thinking about selling that lead us down the wrong path with potential clients.