About Robert Workman
Best Selling Author
HIRED GUN – The Back Story
Robert was featured in Mission Possible: Volume Five along with Dr. Stephen Covey, Dr. John Gray, Nando Parrado, and other business speakers and writers and recently completed his new book, HIRED GUN II – Both Barrels – Blasting Business Politics. He is currently writing REVENGE of the HIRED GUN.
Do you want to learn about sales from someone who only talks or writes about it, or from someone who has done it?
Robert Danger Workman is a 40-year veteran in face-to-face, day-in and day-out selling. He has published numerous sales training/human development programs and spoken to thousands of sales reps nationwide and internationally.
His consistent track record as #1 in sales includes Top Producer titles from companies with 800, 300 and 100 reps, but also includes being fired while producing consistent superlative results – for making too much money.
Danger is literally his middle name; he has never taken the safe road anywhere. He is an entrepreneur, a connoisseur and a raconteur who supports exotic cat rescues, has lived with several mountain lions and a pack of wolves as house pets, owned six Ferraris and currently resides in a downtown warehouse in Dallas. Robert has gone from having his phone turned off and his gasoline card seized at gas stations to purchasing Ferraris by writing a single check. Robert’s highly anticipated second book, Hired Gun II: Both Barrels, is a sales bible and an entertaining journey through the highs and lows of an outrageous and hilarious successful professional career in sales.
The Book Stores
The original HIRED GUN – You’re #1 and Somebody Hates It successfully sold in every major bookstore chain and online service, including the fledgling Amazon Books! Traveling salespeople especially supported the book with remarkable sales in every airport bookstore from Miami, Florida to Anchorage, Alaska – and in the DFW airport stores for two years!
Whatever you vividly imagine, ardently desire, sincerely believe, and enthusiastically act upon…must inevitably come to pass.