Weekly Recap, February 21, 2016


    • Monday: How to spend your first 10 minutes at work for a productive day.   

    • Tuesday: Predicting what's on your prospect's mind can help position you to address any questions ahead of time. 

    • Wednesday: Read up on how to close the sale without rebates. 

    • Thursday: Is your elevator pitch memorable and repeatable?  
    • Friday: Use the Rule of Three to help your elevator pitch stand out. 

    • Saturday: Watch this TED talk by Judson Brewer on "A Simple Way to Break a Bad Habit." 

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