Sales Strategist and Author
Marc Wayshak is president of
Game Plan Selling. As a sales strategist, he created a system aimed at revolutionizing the way companies approach selling, based upon his experiences as an entrepreneur, All-American athlete and research and training. A graduate of the University of Oxford's MBA program and Harvard University, he is the author of Game Plan Selling and . Breaking All Barriers
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