Inexpensive sales books at Amcorp Mall Flea Market

If you are an aspiring salesperson, you can pick up inexpensive sales books from a particular stall on Sunday at the Amcorp Mall flea market. He used to sell on weekends but during my recent trip, he informed me that he is now selling only on Sundays. Usually he is located at level 1 (but last time he was at lower ground floor).

book seller at Amcorp mall flea market

If you have just joined some kind of multi level marketing, unit trust or direct selling company and is looking for books to guide you to further hone in your sales skills, you may want to consider giving this stall a visit to see if any of the books are suitable.

This seller has been selling self improvement and sales orientated books for many years. He usually carries evergreen sales, direct selling, time management, self improvement and marketing books such as Rich Dad Poor Dad series, Who Moved My Cheese, Fish for Life, How to Stop Worrying and Start Living, Tony Buzan’s Mind Maps, Guerrila Maketing, 8 Habits of Highly Effective People, etc. The books are new and first hand.

I first came to know about his store years ago when I did try my hands at direct selling and my upline told me that I could find “Rich Dad Poor Dad” books sold inexpensively at the Amcorp Mall flea market. Of course, I realized quickly that direct selling is not my thing. Still, I continue to visit his stall  if I happen to drop by Amcorp Mall.

I have bought a few books from him over the years- some that I have given away after reading it. But I still have the book “Eat That Frog!” by Brian Tracy and “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari”.

Of course, Amcorp Mall also have Popular and Book Xcess but these stores are usually focused on more recent publications. You may not be able to find a lot of evergreen sales orientated books in stock at such stores.


Amcorp Mall Flea Market
No 18, Persiaran Barat off Jalan Timur,
46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor



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