Saturday, June 13, 2009

The Time is Now 11:59 Interactive Business Workshop June 24, 2009

Register Now Because Seating is Limited to 15 Tickets

The Time is Now 11:59 Interactive Business Workshop will teach you why now is the time to grow your business and how you can succeed while others fear and fail.

At this workshop you will learn:

* Why you should be as excited as the minute before New Year's.
* How to create an atmosphere where it's comfortable for people to buy from you.
* How to apply the Carrot Principle and keep buckets and baskets full–but separate.
* How to focus on the process of selling to get results.
* How to offload the stuff you don't like, and how to amplify the stuff you do–and the hard part: how to tell which is which!
* Why and how to choose optimism in your business.
* How taking daily action leads to lasting success.

You will also have an opportunity to ask questions and receive answers specific to your business challenges.

Each attendee will receive a workbook filled with exercises to help you apply the principles learned at the workshop.

Presented by Joel D Canfield and Jerry L Kennedy. Joel D Canfield is an author and award-winning speaker on how customer-centric thinking is your primary tool to achieve your goals. Jerry works with small to mid-sized business to help them augment their sales efforts through a combination of training, coaching and "surrogate sales management", a concept he created to assist business owners who cannot afford to hire a full-time sales manager.

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What attendees are saying about the workshop:

Rachelle Ashman—"this workshop changed how I thought about sales and I really appreciated the information."

Phyllis Enos, Sales Director—"I recommend the 11:59 seminar for anyone seeking to improve their business or who wants more business. I found it very motivating and learned ways to improve my business."

Dan Yamamoto—"very educational . . .they weren't trying to sell us a bill of goods . . .very current, up-to-date information that I can take back to my business and use, not tomorrow, but today . . .any small business, any type of business, could get quite a bit out of even half of what we heard here today . . .you walk away with a wealth of information . . .very informative."

Rick Cooper, The Attraction Marketing Expert—"great seminar…provides information that's going to help you move your business forward…great insight and strategies…Jerry shared a simple four-step sales process that was very effective in helping to understand exactly what you need to do to be able to sell more effectively…helped to inspire and motive me to take the next step."

At each event we ask the question

"Did you learn something today you can use in your business tomorrow?"

So far 85%* of the attendees have said 'Yes'—we think you'll say 'Yes', too.
*(the other 15% had no response.)

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