How To Generate At Least 3 New Phone Appointments Each Week!

by Paul Castain on August 29, 2012

It’s been a really long time since I gave anything substantial away on this site so I figured “What the heck” why not create a free 17 page report for everyone.

When I say “at least 3 new phone appointments each week” that’s really a minimum.

My average client generates 5-7 appointments using the step by step method I’ve detailed in this report. I personally average 10-15 and have grown a really strong training company utilizing this as a core approach.

It’s really simple to do and will immediately separate you from the masses who won’t do this simply because its too simple or who won’t do this because they’re way too lazy!

And this isn’t some garbage throw away tip that I’m offering.

This is straight out of my training and part of a program companies pay thousands of dollars to have me deliver.

What’s the catch?

At the end of the report, my hope is that you’ll dig what I have to say and consider me as a resource for you and your company.

So if you’re interested in learning how you can use a really cool technique that you can literally apply within 15 minutes of reading this free report then fill out the handy dandy form below!

  • Tina

    Paul, thank you! I don’t know what aspiring sales stars would do without you.

  • paulcastain

    And I don’t know what I’d do without all the cool people like you who show up day after day to support my efforts.

    Thanks Tina . . . You are appreciated!

  • Marc Zazeela

    Paul – What a fabulous offer! How could anyone refuse?


  • paulcastain

    Thanks Marc . . . I’ve been getting a great response all morning for the Sales Playbook community on this and that just makes my day!

    Enjoy the awesome weather out there today buddy!

  • Jeremy Esser

    Paul – Sometimes we get off the beaten path but you are always there to reign us in.
    Thank you!

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  • Chris

    Hey Paul, can’t seem to download your free report on phone appointments . Regards, Chris

  • paulcastain

    When you sign up it asks you to confirm your email address Chris. Check your spam filter.

  • Ron Masi

    Uncle Paul, I was just thinking yesterday that I needed to dig back through your old blog posts for some phone tips. Right on the money with this. Thank you!

  • paulcastain

    Thank you Ron . . . I really appreciate it!

  • Fred Redding

    Castain! What do you like to use in the subject line of the LinkedIn
    message for this “get embarrassed” approach? Before you get sarcastic
    with me….I’m serious…what’s your jedi “you WILL RETURN this message”
    vibe in your subject line?

  • paulcastain

    I use their name with the following “Quick question Fred”

    That’s it. No fuss. No muss and no spam filters if their email gets forwarded to them from the social network.

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  • Jon Kee

    New to the community, but really enjoyed this report. Looking forward to putting it into action…

  • paulcastain

    Thank you Jon!

    Welcome to the community my friend!

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