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Filling Your Pipeline with Interested Prospects
When you get busy, you don’t have time to keep your prospect pipeline full. But then when work slows down, it takes too long to close deals. You need to juggle current projects with exploring potential new ones.
How do you keep your pipeline full of interested prospects? By meaningfully connecting with your past clients, helping new contacts see how to work together, and turning those interested in your work into referral sources.
Learn what to say when meeting someone new to help them see how they could use you. Turn your connections into useful referral sources. And explore opportunities with those who connect with you from your writing, speaking, and LinkedIn.
These three informative guides will tell you how.
|The Art of Saying What You Do So People Actually Want to Know More
with Brian Walter, CSP, CPAE
|Keep Your Phone Ringing in Tough Times: Using Referrals to Drive Business
with Joanne Black
|How to Increase Your Business 80% in 8 Weeks
with Kerry Johnson, MBA, PhD
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Additional resources for this intensive:
Be sure to download these after you order:
- Keep Your Phone Ringing — (PDF, 150K)
- No Such Thing as a Warm Call — (PDF, 150K)
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