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The Decision Institute – Coach Manny Nowak

Sales and Leadership Development

“They’re called ‘Cold’ calls because of the shiver that runs up your spine every time you have to make one.”   Guerrilla Selling

 

“If you use humor and get a blank stare, you’re dead – But a cold call is a crapshoot anyway, so why not have fun.”  Jeffry Gitomer

  

I thought I would write this article today because I just keep hearing and seeing all this material out there, all these processes out there, all this stuff out there about:

“never cold call again,”

“never get on the phone again,”

“never worry about any of that stuff again,”

 and it is garbage.

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What do I mean it is garbage?

Well it is plain and simple: all great and extremely successful sales people know that the phone is the key into the safe.

 

It is the phone that opens business.

 

If you cannot get on the phone, you aren’t going to do business, you aren’t going to grow, and you aren’t going to build your business.

 

Yes, email is a wonderful tool, but you will still have to get on the phone.

 

Social media is a wonderful process, but you will still have to get on the phone.

 

SEO is a great process but you will still have to get on the phone

 

And it doesn’t matter what type of sales you do.

If anyone tells you, “If you don’t like the phone, don’t worry about it, you can still be a super sales person.”

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The phone is the key.

Cold calling is only dead in people’s dreams.

 

If you spend one hour a day making calls.

You will be amazed at what happens, not just to your business but also what happens to you.

You will become a better sales person, a better communicator, a better businessperson.  It is just amazing.

 

We just completed the first 90 day cold call challenge.

I had a tremendous time participating in and running the process.

 

It is not just the business I received personally, it’s not just the people I connected with, it is that I learned to discipline myself to make calls every day and that discipline continued throughout my sales process and guess what? 

 

At the end of 90 days I am doing more business than I would have been doing had I not going through the process.

 

But I am only one person. There were many people involved in this process.  Some stayed to the end, many got out along the journey, but all learned something and took something back to their business.

And all this for a simple fee of $30.

 

It cost us about 60 hours over 3 months.

Amazing isn’t it?

In 60 hours you can transform your business.

Be more Persistent, Consistent and Self-Disciplined.

Be more Persistent, Consistent and Self-Disciplined.

 

 

If you want to get in on the cold call challenge starting in August too, please click on this link and you can learn more about the process and sign up today.

 Learn more about the 90 sales challenge – click here.

 

 

Some have ask why we are starting in August and not waiting until September. The answer is simple: people do business 12 months a year.  Some don’t do business in August, but some don’t do business in January, some April, some September.

 

You need to do business every month.  You need to connect every day.

 

If you want to join us, (I especially encourage those out there who think cold calling is dead), if you believe cold calling is dead, you need to get in on this.

You are the ones who are going to get more from this than anyone else because, guess what?  Cold calling is not dead and you are going to learn a great deal and become better on the phone.

 

This is one of those keys that can put you in that top 5% of all sales people.  Don’t hesitate, sign up today.

 Learn more about the 90 Sales Calling Challenge – Click here.

 

 

So often, we waste too much time trying to sell to those who are not going to buy.

 

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To be successful in sales today, you must get to either “no” or “yes.”

You can spend your life on “someday” and “maybe,” but you will not make money.

 

Today I share 10 strategies for reaching “NO” faster and moving on to prospects who will say “YES.”

 

Stop spending time with people who cannot, will not, or are not interested in buying, and start going after those who will.

Take your sales to new levels of success.

 

1/        Ask: “Do you have a budget for this product/service?”

“What is it?”

“Do you have the money to make this purchase?”

 

            If they don’t have the money, why are you there?

            Do you have a way to finance it – make it happen?

 

 

2/        Stop providing them a way to avoid making a decision, even if that makes them more comfortable.

Make it easy and simple for them to say “no.”

            But move them to make a decision.

 

            Ask tough questions.

            Don’t ease up by saying, “I will get back with you.”

            Or “Let me call next week.”

            Or “Do you want to think about it?”

 

            Looks like we have all the pieces in place, should I get the contract ready for you to sign?

 

            Based on our conversation today, I can’t see anything else holding up you moving forward, shall we get the contract ready?

 

 

3/        Ask for the order, clearly.

            “Let me get the paperwork started.”

            “Are you ready to commit?”

            “When would you like to start?”

 

            Close the deal.

 

 

4/        Shut up and let them make the next move.

            Say nothing.

            Be quiet.

 

            Let them make the move.

            Many times they will buy themselves.

            Using silence to make the sale is one of the greatest skills of successful sales people.

 

Closing Sales –

 

 

5/        Ask if they can make the decision or if others have to get involved.

            Figure this out as early in the process as possible, before you waste time selling to someone who doesn’t have the authority to buy.

 

 

            If they cannot make the decision, then get to the person who can.

            Don’t spend all your time, money and effort selling the wrong person and then having to do it all over again.

            If the decision must go before the board, ask to be there.

 

 

6/        Ask, “when can we expect a decision?”

            If not today, when?

            Tomorrow morning?

            Next Wednesday after lunch.

            3 Months from now.

 

            If they cannot narrow it down, they might not be a buyer.

 

Closing Sales –

 

7/        Ask if they are ready to sign, now.

            “Can we get this contract signed right now?”

            “This looks like a go, when can we get this signed off?”

            “So you are in. Let’s sign.”

 

 

8/        Ask: “if we meet your requirements today, will you sign?”

            “If we can make that change, will you sign immediately?”

            “Can we get this signed right now?”

           

 

9/        Ask what’s stopping them from signing right now.

            “You seem to be hesitating, what is holding you back?”

            “Have we not met your needs?”

            “Is there something else we need to do before you sign?”

            “What is stopping you from signing right now?”

 

10/     Make the “NO” decision for them.

            “I assume that is “no” and so let me pack up?”

            “I see you are not ready to buy, thank you.”

            “I appreciate your time, but I don’t think you are ready to buy.”

 

 

The faster you move on, the more business you will do. 

It amazes me how much time we spend selling to people who we know are not going to buy – just move on.

 

Relationship building is not being put off forever.

 

But remember, a “no” today does not mean you will not do business together in the future.

It simply means “not now.”

So gather your stuff and move on.

Find your next sale.

 

We build effective sales processes for companies of all sizes.

Need to increase your sales?

Tired of a sales process that continues to fail to live up to your expectations?

Are your sales people spending too much time on admin work and not enough time selling?

 

If so, we should talk.

Click link below to schedule a 15-minute call with Coach Manny.

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CRM Helps Your Top Line Grow

Posted by Manny on April 24, 2017
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The most important role of CRM:

 

You can color it anyway you want.

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How to create real success in all you do

 

You can justify it however you like.

You can preach it, teach it, push it.

 

But if your CRM system is not helping you increase sales, then you don’t need it.

 

As a sales leader, you cannot introduce tools to the selling team that do not help them sell.  Saving money is for accounting, not sales.

 

Sales is not accounting.

Sales is not operations.

Sales is selling – getting more business and growing the top line.

 

I have seen too many CRM projects fail because the process did not increase sales but instead increased work and accounting.

 

It created burden without results, like running each day and not being able to add distance or cut time, like cutting input and not losing weight, like exercising and not feeling any better.

 

So what does CRM need to do to help your sales team grow that top line?  Here are 10 things to consider, at with a final 11th at the end.

 

 

 

 

1/        Cut down on a sales persons’ administrative tasks.  All reports can be auto generated.

 

2/        The sales rep is better organized and uses their time on the highest priority items.

 

3/        CRM should make the rep accountable and help improve the sales reporting process.

 

4/        As a sales person, CRM reminds me what I said I was going to do and when I said I was going to do it.

 

5/        CRM can help segment opportunities and prioritize them so I work what I am supposed to work.

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6/        Make sure follow up is conducted when it is supposed to.

 

7/        The CRM system must be easy to learn and use.

 

8/        The system must work on all platforms 24/7/365.

 

9/        The system must also act as a repository for everything related to the client. 

 

10/     CRM systems should also have automatic campaigns where I can insert my prospects and suspects and send them stuff without any additional input from me.

 

One final one, number 11.

CRM must be required.

No exceptions.

No slides.

Either you do it the way we built it, or you are out.

 

 

Want to learn more about CRM and how to find and implement the right solution.

Click the link below to set up a call with the Coach.

http://meetme.so/coachmannynowak

 

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Prospect a great deal and you fill the funnel to the top.

 

It’s simple math, really.

The more you put in, the better your chances of getting more out.

 

Yet as sales people, we still don’t get this simple concept.

 

As a sales person, you must never forget this great verse I pulled from God’s Word.

“For whatever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.”

 

In other words, you get out what you put in.

Put in a little, don’t expect to get out a great deal.

It just doesn’t work that way.

 

 

 

Even the worse sales person, someone who “sucks” at it, will close business if he prospects consistently.

 

The sales person who has one deal and closes it has a 100% close rate – but unless he is selling airline fleets, or some other mega items, he doesn’t make any money.

 

Fill the funnel.

 

You have to prospect every day.

No matter where you are in the world.

No matter how much you have to do.

There is no excuse.

Consistency outweighs showmanship every time.

If you prospect everyday you will be successful – no doubt about it.

 

Joe always has an excuse for not prospecting.

Today it was he was out of town.

Yesterday he was getting ready to go out of town.

Tomorrow he will have to follow up because he was out of town yesterday.

Last week he had personal stuff.

Next week – what ever.

 

Once you let excuses in – you are done.

Not just in sales, but in everything in your life.

 

You reap what you sow.

Math works every time.

 

Unlike Joe, Marsha was obsessed with building her business.

 

No excuse worked.

When she was out of town, she still made the calls.

When she was on the west coast, she got up early and made calls to the east coast at 6AM.

When she was on the east coast, she worked late and made calls at 7pm to the west coast.

 

When she had 100 other things to do, she still made time to prospect.

Like all of us, Marsha had personal issues – but she still prospected.

 

She learned to compartmentalize

Surgeons do it best.

Everything in their personal lives can be falling apart, yet when they get a patient on the table, they are total focused on the surgery.

 

No matter where Marsha was or what she had to do, she still prospected.

 

Today, Marsha is the VP of Sales and Marketing for a major player in her industry.  Making the big bucks.

 

Joe, on the other hand, is only making excuses and wondering when he is ever going to make any money.

 

What about you?

Joe or Marsha?

 

Learn to be consistent.

 

Join our cold calling challenge now in its 7th week.

 

Simply doing this with us for 90 days will take your game to the next level.

 

If you consistently prospect, you will fill the funnel and succeed as never before.

 

Learn more about the Cold Call Challenge and sign up – click the link below.

http://coachmanny.com/the-challenge/

 

 

 

 

“Cold Calling is not dead.”

A great quote from my interview with VSA CEO Valarie Schlitt this week on Targeted Lead Generation Podcast.

Click here to listen to the interview with Valerie and learn more.

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Valerie has built and runs a very successful call center that does cold calls and other calling for you.  So, if you don’t want to do your own calls – her firm can make it happen.

           

We are now two weeks into the 90 day cold calling challenge, and we are beginning to see that consistency is the key to success.

 

Most participants have made over 200 calls and are starting to see that consistency does pay off.

 

Today I want to share a few more of the benefits that a consistent cold calling program can add to your lead generation process helping you build your business.

 

1/        By practicing and making cold calls, you become so much better at communicating over the phone at all times (not just during cold calls).

 

            I have also become the new President Elect for the Toastmasters of Rowan University.  One of the key Toastmaster exercises is what we call table topics.  The exercise teaches you to be quick on your feet.  You are given a topic and must talk about it for 2 minutes or so.  This gives you the confidence to think and adapt as you talk, a crucial skill required for cold calling.

 

            Cold calling is full of surprises and questions and emotion, and you never know what you are going to encounter.  These constant challenges make you so much better on the phone and at answering questions and thinking on your feet.

 

            I guarantee that if you do a 100 cold calls a week you will be better on the phone and better at getting on the phone to do whatever else you need to.

2/        Your phone skills transfer across your daily sales process in many other areas.

 

            Those skills that you have learn and developed on the phone will quickly transplant and translate to other relevant areas in your daily sales life. 

            When you are asked a question on the spot, you are more comfortable answering it.

            When you call a client or a hot lead, you can more effectively talk with them.

 

            There is only one way to get great on the phone – Get On The Phone.

 

 

 

3/        You will begin wanting to get on that phone every day – your hesitation ceases

 

            Many of you are former or current athletes and love competition.  Eventually, competition is what this becomes.  You develop an urge to make the calls.  It becomes a real challenge that you are not willing to lose.

You are already very self-disciplined, and this kicks it into high gear. You have to see how much better you can get.  You have to cold call simple because you refuse to lose.

            And that, my friend, makes you amazing and creates even more success.

 

Your top line will begin to increase.

If you are not doing cold calls, if your team is not doing them, you are missing out on a great opportunity to become so much better and make so much more money.

One hour a day is all we are asking, but on a consistent basis.

 

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If you are not in on the 90 day cold calling challenge yet, you can still get in.

Click this link to learn more and sign up today.

 

 

 

 

 

We all love to make cold calls, don’t we?

 

Forget that line that “cold calling is dead.”

Never buy into it.

If you cold call consistently, you will get appointments, and you will close business.

 

Cold calling is alive, and if used in conjunction with other tools, will increase your sales to phenomenal new levels of success.

 

Start today with these tips to help improve your cold call skills:

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1/        Pump yourself up before you call.

            People can identify your attitude and how enthusiastic you are about what you are doing.

            If you come across excited and ready to roll, you might just make that appointment.

            Make sure you believe cold calls work.

 

2/        Always leave a voice mail.

            There are all kinds of arguments on this subject, but after much research, I have to agree, “always leave a voice mail.”

            Even if they only listen to part of it, you are now in their space.

            If they see or hear anything about you – they are more likely to make the connection.

 

3/        Make sure your voice mail is effective.

            The first line must keep them listening and engaged.

 

            “Hi, my name is Manny Nowak, number 856 358 4021,” does not work.

 

            Get creative.

            You want them to call you back, not hit delete.

 

            “Are your sales at the level you want?”

 

            “Are you spending too much on printing?”

 

            “Need to pay your sales people more because they are so successful?”

 

4/        If a friendly gatekeeper answers the phone, then:

            Ask for his/her name.

            Ask him/her questions.

            Make the person feel important.

            You will be amazed at what information they can give you.

 

***Listen to these plus more on this weeks podcast, click below***

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Listen to Targeted Lead Generation Podcast. Click above to learn more.

      Targeted Lead Generation

 

5/        Work in 50-minute blocks.

            Always, always do at least one block a day – this might be enough.

            Cold calling works because it is consistent, but consistency means doing it every day.

 

6/        If a roadblock gatekeeper, someone who won’t let you go any further, answers.

            Then mark the account to call in early AM or late PM.

            Call them before 8AM or After 5PM.

 

7/        In your voice mail:

            Leave your phone number twice, clearly and slowly.

            Always leave a web address.

            Spell anything that is confusing, or even could be confusing.

 

            Manny Nowak, 856 358 4021.

            On the web at CoachManny.com, that is M-A-N-N-Y.

            Manny Nowak, 856 358 4021.

 

 

8/        Always remember, WIIFM.

            The person on the other end of the line wants to know,

            What’s In It For Me?

            Remember, for them, it’s about benefits.

            It’s not about the features of your product.

            It’s not about you.

            What’s in it for them?

 

9/        Aim for a 10-15 minute call.

Ask if they’d prefer to schedule one in the next few days, or if they have time to talk right now.

            Always be prepared to go right now if they give you the time.

            Be in top form.

 

10/     Be yourself.

            Relax.

            Speak well.

            You cannot pretend to be like someone else.

            Talk to the person as though they are sitting on your living room couch.

            Make them comfortable and at ease.

 

Work with these 10 tips, and start putting them into your call.

 

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We have more to share with you in the future.

 

Get out there, and get those appointments.

 

And remember, cold calling does work.

 

Are you experiencing call reluctance in your business?

Not making the calls you need to make, when you need to make them?

Hesitating, procrastinating, and thinking about it.

 

Just make the call, will you!

 

Is this the modus operandi of your sales teams?  Of you?

 

You know you have to make the calls.

You know you have to call these people.

 

Yet what do you do?

Anything and everything except for make the call.

You straighten stuff up.

You check your email.

You have a cup of coffee.

You talk to a co-worker.

You search for something on the Internet.

You do this and that and the other.

 

Everything but making the call.

Yes, it happens to all of us sometimes.

However, as a salesperson, entrepreneur, and leader, you have to stop wasting time.

You need to make the calls you need to make, and you need to make them now.

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Instead of making 25 or 50 calls today, you made 4.

One call every 2 hours.  Is that acceptable?

 

Then you tell yourself you will make more calls tomorrow.

You won’t.

 

If you don’t believe this, then look at your team’s or your own productivity.

 

Today, I want to cover 3 things you can do to stop hesitating.

 

1/       Make a list of the calls you will make and commit to it.

 

If you have a boss, share it every day with him/her before you start and at the end of the day.  If not, find an accountability partner and share it with her/him.

 

Accountability makes it work.

We hate to go back and say we didn’t get it done.

Try it and see.

 

2/       Block out the time to make calls.

 

Set this time up on your calendar as you would any other appointment.

From 2-4 this afternoon, I will make calls.

Period.

Then, sit down and do one thing (you all know I do not believe in multi-tasking)

That one thing is to make calls.

Now, make them.

Nothing else.

No distractions.

You are either dialing or talking.

Nothing else.

 

3/       Get the right attitude in your head.

 

You know that your mind controls what you do.  If you can see it in your mind, you can make it happen in your life.

If you can’t see it happening in your mind, it will not happen in reality.


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I will make calls.

I might get rejected.

People might not like me calling when I do.

I might get yelled at.

I might get told no.

But really, I am making these calls, and that is that.

I am making these calls, and I will be a superstar at doing it.

I am making these calls, and I will love it.

 

Now go and make the calls.

 

Don’t let call reluctance stop you from building the business you want.

Don’t let it stop you from busting your goals wide open.

Exceeding your expectations.

Building a great organization.

 

So many people do.

And yet, it is so simple; pick up the phone and make the call, now.

 

If you are still hesitating, pick up the phone and call me right now and tell me.

856 358 4021.

 

To get over those excuses, read my book, “What Is Your Excuse, We All Have One and They All Stink.”

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Finding good sales people is very difficult today.

Ask almost any sales leader out there, and they will tell you it is one of their biggest problems in moving sales forward within their organization.

They cannot find good sales people.

 

However, is that the real problem?

 

You now have tests that can tell you if a person can sell.

You check the history of the candidate and find they have sold.

You check with other people, and they give them thumbs up on selling skills.

 

Still, the new rep does not work out.

Their results are nowhere near your expectations.

 

Watch on video:

 

 

Perhaps the problem is not there are no good sales people, but instead that:

 

1/        You have no consistently updated system defined for selling your products and services.

2/        You do not have sales people who can follow a system.

3/        You do not have sales leaders who can make sure it gets done.

 

 

What if you had a standard sales process for your company?

This is how we sell, step by step.

This is what we do and when.

This is how you handle this.

 

Defining what the sales person must do based on a history of what has worked; a consistently updated history.

 

 

A system that defines this is how we sell our product/service.

This is how we manage our sales process.

 

A detailed system that gives the sales person answers to:

their questions,

the prospect’s questions,

questions about the competition.

 

A detailed database that gives them a step by step of how to sell the product.

 

A system with a history of what has happened – both good and bad.

 

A system that learns from each sale and teaches it to the team.

 

Not an outdated sales manual, but a database which your reps add to and update every month, as a team.

 

Making it better and better.

Taking the lessons they learn and making them part of the process.

Making it easier and easier to get the results you want and so much more.

 

If you had a standard sales process, then you could take a good sales person who can learn to follow the process.

 

Who stops trying to do it their way.

Who stops thinking they know so much better.

Instead, they take what has been learned and apply it seamlessly.

They follow the system.

When they learn something new, it gets added to the system, and everyone now knows it.

 

Then, sales leaders could:

Teach them the process.

And they would generate sales.

Meeting and exceeding the expectations.

 

Kind of follows the Tony Dungy process of coaching NFL football.

Building habits that become second nature.

Consistency, persistence and knowing what to watch for and what to do.

 

It might be hard to learn, but once learned, it is totally effective.

 

As a CEO, business owner or sales leader:

 

1/        Do you have a system that keeps learning and teaching the sales team?

 

2/        Do you have sales people who can follow a system?

 

3/        Do you have sales leaders who can make sure it gets done right?

 

Are you ready to learn more about how to make this happen in your organization?

 

Reach out to me and let’s have that discussion.

Schedule a 15-30 minute call with Coach Manny today.  Click here:

 

What does it take to make your business successful?

Why do some businesses take off and others just go on without growth or worse, go away?

 

What does it take to make your business successful in the business world today?

 

Today, I will share what I believe to be the “Top 5.”

 

 

1/        Target Market – you must understand your customer.  Who are you going after with the product/service you supply?

           

So many businesses think everyone is their customer.

Wrong.

Perhaps everyone could potentially buy your product, but you do not have the time or resources to market to everyone.

Pick a niche and go after that and let the rest come if they choose to do so.

 

If you look at successful companies, many times, you will be amazed at the tightly defined niche they go after and the great success they experience.

 

 

2/        A Written Plan with priorities – you must have a roadmap on how you will get where you are going.

You must know how, when and where you are going to do things.

So many small business owners I know have it all in their heads.

It will never get you where you really want to go.

Plus, most people have no sense of priority.

What are the highest playback items I must focus on?

 

It need not be a complex plan; in fact, I recommend very simple 2-3 pages.

Make sure you define:

What you are selling.

To whom you are selling.

How you are selling.

How you are servicing.

How and when you are going to get paid.

And the most important priorities to close business.

 

 

3/        Money/Financial Backing

Don’t run out of money, because when you do, you are done.

This is regardless of how passionate you are or how good your product/service is.

The worse thing is that it usually happens when the process just starts to take off.

A good friend of mine once gave me a great tip, which I always follow when helping organizations deal with cash issues.

“Whatever you think you need, double it.” 

Then, go get the financing.  Better to ask for too much than not enough.

 

One option for financing is a company like Fundera.  They help small business owners get the funding they need by offering a variety of loan options.” 

 

 

Always have money in hand and access to additional funds when you need them.

Do not wait until you need it to ask for money – few will give it to you when you are on the fall.

Build those relationships and connections every day.

Get a line and use it, pay it off, and keep it current.

 

 

4/        Sales and Marketing

You have to know how to sell or have a trusted partner who does.

Today, you have to understand social media and you have to get involved with it.

You must know how to generate leads.

 

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You must have a follow-up process and have an effective CRM system to help you track prospects.

You have to know how to close.

Business is built and grown on the top line.

You cannot build a business by saving money.

Selling is a skill; it is worth every penny you pay for the good stuff.

 

 

5/        Relationships

You cannot do it without others, no matter how good you think you are.

You must have and build relationships with vendors, prospects, and others in the business world.

You have to know whom to go to when you need something.

You have to have people you can trust.

You must have a coach and a mastermind group.

You need strong personal relationships, both inside and outside your organization.

Never guess, instead, build relationships that will help you today, tomorrow and when you become big.

 

 

There you have it.

Some of you will argue, what about this or what about that.

 

These are what my years of coaching have taught me are the keys.  I simply want to share them with you because I know they work.

 

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