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Introductions And Saying Your Name

Introductions And Saying Your Name

Introductions and Saying Your Name   When making introductions, do you say your name? For those who had an immediate “Yes, of course, response,” are you sure?   When someone you know introduces you, do you say your name to the person you’re being introduced too? It’s […]

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First Impression And A Microphone

First Impression And A Microphone

First Impression And A Microphone   How do you feel about speaking into a microphone? Is having your voice amplified fun for you, or do you shy away from a microphone?   How important is it that you make a positive first impression when meeting people for […]

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Is Your Scheduling Software Turning Clients Off?

Is Your Scheduling Software Turning Clients Off?

Is Your Scheduling Software Turning Clients Off? Is your scheduling software turning clients off? When’s the last time you read through the message attached to your scheduling link?   There are so many reasons to use a scheduling program and it can easily turn people off when not positioned properly. […]

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A Big Mistake

A Big Mistake

A Big Mistake When you think about what you offer to your clients, do you consider yourself different from your competitors? Chances are your experience, your style and/or your approach makes you stand out from the crowd.   How do you talk about your uniqueness? Do you […]

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Are Your Clients Skeptics?

Are Your Clients Skeptics?

Are Your Clients Skeptics?     When you read or hear about a new program that is promising never before seen results like, “Make Six Figures in Six Weeks” or “Lose 50 lbs. in 5 days,” do you believe it?  Many of us know when it sounds […]

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Set Yourself Up For Successful Sales Calls

Set Yourself Up For Successful Sales Calls

Set Yourself Up For Successful Sales Calls Have you ever received a call from a sales person and they pretended you’ve met even though you knew you hadn’t? Or maybe they told you something they knew about you, however, the information was wrong. At what point did […]

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Your Internal State May Be Costing You Clients

Your Internal State May Be Costing You Clients

Your Internal State May Be Costing You Clients Before you walk into a meeting with a prospective client, do you take a moment to collect yourself?  If not, you may be costing yourself clients. In my NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) training, we spent a lot of time focused […]

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Satisfying Curiosity

Satisfying Curiosity

Satisfying Curiosity Where would you rate yourself on a scale of 1 to 10 on your level of curiosity (1 being “not curious by nature,” 10 being “I gotta know more!”)? Year’s ago, I learned a communication technique that involved using the phrase, “I’m curious.” After trying […]

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New & You

New & You

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