Salesmanship 2.0

1) Communicating with Customers, Potential customers, Community and Business Leaders

Verbal communication
Non-verbal communication
Written Communication

2) Appropriate Attire for Young Professionals

Dressing the Part

3) Knowing Your Product or Service

Products/Services Created or Provided by Others*
Products or Services You Create

4) Setting & Reaching Goals

Prospecting for potential customers
Calling on potential customers
Using your script to close a deal

Practice Exercises:

Mock Business Interviews
Networking in a Large Audience
Drafting Professional Follow-up Correspondence


How to Sell Anything to Anyone
Hustlers Ten Commandments (Hustle University)

Class Location:

Depending on location (City, State, Neighborhood)

Class Time Schedule: Weekdays (4:00pm – 6:00pm)      Weekends, After-school & Evenings

By studying salesmanship, students can learn self-confidence, motivation, friendliness, and the persistence necessary to overcome obstacles and solve problems. Sales can offer a challenging and rewarding career for those who enjoy interacting with people from all walks of life.


History of American Business, Business & Professional Communication, Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship, Personal Time Management, and Public Speaking Pamphlets

Recommended Books

  • Hotep. Hustlers Ten Commandments.Hustle University, 1995.
  • Girard, Joe, and Stanley H. Brown. How to Sell Anything to Anybody. Warner Books, 2001.

Course Length:
4 to 8 Week of Core Program Activity:
After-school, Evenings and Saturdays (30+ hours of instruction)

Course Cost:
(scholarships and program fee waivers are available)

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About streetsu

Streets University is for teens & young adults that already exhibit a level of hustle and people or tech skills unlike their peers; especially youth from urban city environments. What our course work of instruction, activities, assignments and projects does is give those willing to learn some freedom to work when they please, earn not just minimum wage, but an income directly related to the amount of work they put in.