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How I Responded to My Crisis

How I Responded To My Crisis

I had reached most of my life’s goals by age thirty-eight, which was twenty-two years ago. I sold my business of forty employees but was empty. Something was missing, and I couldn’t put my finger on it. Little did I know, but soon, I would enter into seven years of hell and financial famine. The crisis broke emotionally and financially.   

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How To Find New Customers and Keep From Losing Your Current Ones

Join Roger as he interviews Sean Griffin who owns and manages a marketing “boutique” business called Cornerstone Services, Inc.

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When To Bury The Sale

Burying the sale means letting go of an opportunity. Remember, often success comes from when you say no.

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How to build rapport

How To Establish Rapport

Rapport is a loop of conversation where you feel in sync with another person. In the sales process, that link is between the salesperson and a prospect.

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I Have an Appointment. Now What?

Setting an appointment is only the first step. It’s during that appointment where you convert a prospect into a customer, and down the line establish a client relationship.

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Building Business Through Better Relationships: Six Steps in Booking a Successful Inbound Call

During each inbound call, you only need to follow six simple steps which lead to better, stronger relationships and increased profitability for your business.

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How To Dispatch Technicians, Slow Down And Make More Net Profit From Each Call

Watch Roger as he goes one-on-one with David Ariano of Ravina Plumbing in Chicago.

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Gratitude is the quality of being thankful, and a readiness to show appreciation and return the kindness. It stems from considering what you’re grateful for in your life.

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You Receive What You Give Off

Following on from the lessons in What Goes Around Comes Around, I’d like you to consider the following questions.

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What Goes Around Comes Around

You reap what you sow: conditions, emotions, or circumstances that you create for others will come back to you multiplied.

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