Tim Sanders (writer)

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Tim Sanders
Born November 6, 1961 (1961-11-06) (age 55)
Occupation Writer, public speaker
Website www.timsanders.com

Tim Sanders (born November 6, 1961) is a New York Times bestselling author, public speaker, and former Yahoo! executive. He joined Yahoo! through the acquisition of Mark Cuban's Broadcast.com in 1999. After arriving at Yahoo!, Sanders created and led the "ValueLab," an internal group dedicated to providing insight into Yahoo!'s customers. Later, he gained an executive position as Chief Solutions Officer, and was promoted to Leadership Coach before leaving the company.

Today, Sanders is perhaps best known for his bestselling books Love is the Killer App and The Likeability Factor (Crown Publishing Group 2005), as well as his video series The Dirty Dozen Rules of Email Etiquette. Sanders also performs public speaking engagements several times a year on topics such as making a difference in the workplace and building relationships. Sanders' third book, Saving the World at Work, was released on September 16, 2008. His latest book, Today We Are Rich, was released in 2011. Sanders writes a monthly column for One+ magazine, the official publication of MPI.

In 2016, Tim Sanders published Dealstorming. The book translates years of experience coaching sales teams into a creativity technique that aims at helping sales people close more challenging B2B deals.[1]


  1. ^ de Ternay, Guerric. "B2B Sales Tips: Tim Sanders on Creative Sales Processes". Contriber. Retrieved 14 June 2016. 

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