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How To Build Rapport - That Essential Sales Skill by Jonathan Farrington
... It is useful to mismatch when: • You want a meeting to come to an end – clear up papers, put a pen away • You want to conclude a telephone conversation – minimise responses and noises off • You need time to think before acting – use the bathroom, make a telephone call, add up figures on your calculator • What you are doing isn’t working – go for a walk, listen to some music, make a phone call • Matching is affecting your mood negatively – break off the conversation, change the ...

Finding Your Niche - Your First Step to an Online Business by Chad Curl
... Start by looking through your notes, and pick out the key words that are specific to your interests. For example, you may have written down, "I enjoy camping because I love the outdoors and I'm really good at building tents". So, you could enter words into the box such as, "camping", "outdoors", and "tents". Enter these words one at a time to get their specific results. Once you enter your word, you will most likely see many results. Take a look through all these results and get some new ...

My Way Or The Highway: Give Your Financial Professionals A Good Talking To! by Martin Thomson
... (Try it yourself, just get a calculator and multiply $1000 by ten, then multiply the result by ten for 4 times.) At 7% over 48 months, you would end up with the grand total of $1310.79 (Try it yourself, but instead of ten, multiply by 1.07 which is equivalent to 7%) Its a big difference isn't it? What would it take to multiply your money by 10 every year, consistently? Or even 5 for that matter would be quite acceptable, 3 times? Yes, Yes, and Yes.

Top Ten Tips (Part 1) by Elaine Currie
... If you are not interested in your subject matter, you have little hope of catching the interest of your reader. If you are in a situation where you simply have to write about a subject which holds no real interest for you, try at least to find an original angle; this could stimulate you as well as your reader. If you cannot spark even faint interest in your subject, your writing will be flat and boring. Punctuate proudly Don’t be one of those people who pretend they don’t think ...

How To Write Super-Effective Ads and Sales Letters! by Dean Phillips
... "Don't forget, if your order within the next ten days, you'll also receive a personalized calculator mouse pad FREE, with your company's name embossed in gold lettering! Order NOW"! You can also use a post script to tie everything together, by summarizing your most important benefits. Another reason that you should use a post-script is strictly elementary. Studies have shown that most people, when reading an ad or sales letter will read the headline and then immediately zoom right down to ...

Clear Thinking and Decision Making Tips That Can Reduce Stress by Leon Edward
... A person who needs to have all information, no matter how long it takes to collect is considered a calculator. This type of person usually takes an unusually amount of time to make their decision because the information that they request cannot be collected completely. It is recommended that you make any of your decisions carefully. Take a step back and consider how others will view your decision and take the necessary steps to make the correct decisions.

Review of Car Rental Abroad by Matthew Sund
... that need be left in the automobile, any additional insurance required (check this before you go - you might already be covered), any extra mileage that you make and of course, any taxes (especially at the airports). This can get quite complicated, take a calculator with you or simply take your time going through it with the automobile rental salesperson to assure you fully understand it, although it is much, much better to go on the internet and research all off this before you go.

Want More Sales? Write A Barry Bonds Sales Letter by Dean Phillips
... Now, we come to the second letter in the aforementioned AIDA formula: I="INTEREST." After you get your prospects attention, you want to get them "INTERESTED" in your product or service. You do that by immediately telling them what your headline promises. You don't waste their time with a bunch of fluff and garbage that nobody but you cares about. Tell them what they want to know, starting with the very first paragraph, and continue to tell them, right through to the very last paragraph.

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