Praise for Shari and Levitin Group…

Shari, I LOVE watching your sales tip videos! I am not in sales, but my husband is and also manages those who are. So often he expresses frustration in their lack of sales ability and/or resistance to practicing the sales tips he gives them. The tips you've mentioned seem subtle but powerful, and sound easier to practice than other sales methods I've heard of. I can't wait to share your videos with him in hopes that it will inspire him and his sales people! Thanks for sharing your expertise!

Jayna Dittrich

In two decades plus I have come to know Shari as an incredibly creative individual. When it comes to sales training innovation,quite possibly, she is without peer. More importantly, she is dedicated, honest, and highly reliable. When Shari makes a commitment it’s bankable. She clearly understands that all enduring business is predicated on goodwill and trusting relationships and works tirelessly to earn both.

Given her innovative talents she has realized the economics of our time, the ever evolving nature of technology, and the culture of generations X, Y, and the millennial’s call for totally new ways in which to approach training. To that aim she has developed a new interactive Internet based platform that will revolutionize training for the 21st century.

Dan Baker Ph.D. author, lecturer, executive coach, and consultant

Shari ive been following you and your training in my 8 years in this industry and Ive learnt a lot but continue to be inspired by you and inspired by the world around me .

It is wonderful making lessons out of living and our experiances that we can adapt on the sales floor, as you’ve done here, The added bonus is that it gives you the moment to stop and truely look at our experiances and enjoy them.

Thankyou for your contributions to the industry and to my career. All the best on this months targets.


Perfect! I always tell this to my staff, always be yourself. Always remember we are selling ourselves to our guests, so don’t pretend who you are not.


I am working on the modules daily Shari. I am so excited that the positive Universal Force guided me to you. I'm still pinching myself... just testing to see if it is just a dream. I'm completely grateful to you Shari...You are the BEST!!!!

Dulce Sales-Luis, Shell Vacation Club in Hawaii

After being in the industry for 25 years I really thought I knew it all. I am now a firm believer that the Levitin system creates results above and beyond what a sales team can achieve without the added benefit of Levitin training and tools.


...By the way, they absolutely love the material, they have been watching thus far. Have had them focusing on the Discovery videos. My new people thank me daily for seeking you out and investing in them. Shari thank you so much for working with me and for making this blessing possible. It speaks volumes to your character! This is my third month as a manager, & before timeshare I was a school teacher. So i really value education. If you were not the compassionate person that you are, I would not be able to help my team in the manner that i am doing. So thank you Shari, thank you from the bottom of my heart! I so greatly appreciate you for being you!!!!

Sean Vaughn, Wyndham

Do Me a Favor

Do Me a Favor

According to persuasion experts, salespeople can employ specific techniques to cause customers to build deep rapport and trust with seconds.

Join Shari as she reveals one of the best-kept secrets of master closers and persuaders, and get ready to make more friends and earn more business today!

Ten Keys for Beating a Slump

Ten Keys for Beating a Slump

Slump: a decrease, decline, or deterioration.

No one likes a slump but almost every good salesperson goes through at least one in their career. If you find yourself in a slump, follow these proven techniques to get back on the fast track.

  • Stop saying “I’m in a slump.” What you think about expands. Redirect your thoughts and your speech. Tell yourself you’re #1.
  • Take a day and be a tourist. Go play! On your next day off, share in the things that your customers or visitors to the area would do: Hit a theme park, ski the mountain, go to a show, book an activity, take pictures. You’ll come back renewed and excited to sell your product or service.
  • Observe the top salespeople in your company in action. Watch what they do, listen to their voice inflection, write down three things you learned and apply them.

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