It is an unconvincing bit of salesmanship that betrays little perspective on himself, let alone the presence of core convictions.
This is salesmanship, and of the most ingeniously manipulative kind.
But it was WMD, of course, that was the principal tool in the administration's salesmanship of the war.
Of course, you should demonstrate in your salesmanship that you are not over-rating your ability.
In the field of salesmanship, engineering training is growing in importance.
Merchandising was still in its swaddling clothes; the real science of salesmanship, a thing unknown.
A school of salesmanship for women has met with a like success.
The stage in all its forms is as natural a field to the Thoracic as salesmanship is to the Alimentive.
Manufacturing is a matter of formula, but salesmanship is genius.
It was a difficult magazine to "sell" to the advertiser, and Bok's salesmanship was taxed to the utmost.
The modern system of salesmanship has become so much like persecution reduced to a science, that it is quite a luxury to be allowed the use of your own discretion, without being dragooned, by a shopkeeper's deputy, into looking at what you do not care to see, or buying what you would not have. A man in his sane mind, with the usual organs of speech, has a right to be treated as if he knows what he wants, and is able to ask for it. ["The Literary World," Feb. 26, 1853]