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Is what you are saying hurting sales and leasing?

After listening to thousands of sales pitches, I can't tell you how many times I lost interest because of what the sales rep said. As an executive I feel bad because I know that the rep is doing what they have been taught to sell their product or service.

I think that too often the sales presentation and marketing slicks are created from the company perspective and not the audience.
So ask yourself, is what you are saying hurting your sales?

Join me to learn how you can immediately improve your sales. 

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I get LinkedIn messages all the time that are canned and have no idea what role I play in the industry. Two seconds would show them that I am absolutely not their target audience, although I may still be a good person to talk to, but once they show they didn't take any time to get to know me, I'm just not interested.

  Brent Williams

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