Stop Avoiding This Question (Please Read)

by Paul Castain on March 31, 2016

The other day, I asked you a simple question that you might have found safer to just blow off.

I asked . . .

The people you want to be speaking with are super busy!

They get tons of emails and phone calls!

They have lots of people trying to get an audience with them.

What did you do today to stand out and make an impression with your potential clients?

That was two days ago and guess what?

You’re going to blink and it’s going to be a week and then a month and then a quarter and, well you get the point.

Bad years don’t wait until New Year’s Eve to show their ugly face.

Better yet . . .

Neither do AWESOME ones!

Perhaps its time to do something about it?

On April 14th we’ll be discussing this in great detail during our 30 Ways To Get A Potential Client’s Attention webinar.

Here’s what you’ll discover by joining us . . .

  • 1 simple phrase that will capture someone’s attention whether it be in an email or by phone.
  • How to dramatically increase the probability of getting through to your potential client. Did you ever wish you could get someone to pick up their phone when you call? This tactic will help!
  • 2 voicemail messages that will set you apart.
  • 2 psychological tactics that will compel people to respond to you (without positioning yourself as a jerk)
  • 2 email subject lines that will get a potential client’s attention.
  • 2 different ways of reaching out to a potential client that 99.9% of your competitors aren’t doing.
  • 4 things you can do via your social network to get more appointments with decision makers.
  • 3 things you can do at your next networking event to stand out.
  • How to use “Communication Mapping” to get on the radar screen and 5 sample “Maps” to help you stand out!
  • 10 examples of how your peers are using “Creative Door Openers” to set more appointments.

Click HERE or the handy/dandy banner below to learn more and to reserve your seat today.

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