Waiting for Leads and Losing Customers is Killing Your Business
The skills for winning in business are changing, how will you survive and thrive?
The Pandemic of 2020 and 2021 caused many companies to slash marketing budgets. And evolving work environments make it hard for you to connect with your customers and prospects.
There is hope, but you must take action. The waiting is over and you can become a lead-generating machine and make your business grow.
Waiting for leads makes you feel vulnerable
Replacing lost customers is exhausting
Connecting today is harder than ever
Products and Services to Help You Win!
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$24.90 per Module
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What Students are saying
As a Co-Founder of a start-up, I play a lot of roles. Connecting with prospects and customers is important for all of us, so I appreciate ideas that help me do that. I'm looking forward to the courses that are coming over the next year, and plan to use them to help us grow our business. I like Joel's easy-going, no-nonsense teaching style.
Co-Founder, Venture Cannon
The pandemic has made us rethink how we communicate, connect, and develop relationships in professional settings. The first lesson in the training helped me rethink my quick email response system to following up on a productive call. We all get too many emails, and most of the time don't even get a response. Handwritten notes are a back-to-basics act but filled with sincerity. I'm going to add it to my daily discipline.
Founder and CEO, Checkable Medical
As a Surgical Sales Rep today, I’m having to figure out different ways to connect with doctors and surgery directors in my territory. I think Joel’s training about marketing for Sales Reps will help me do that. I’m looking forward to the next modules coming out!
Sales Representative, Stryker Medical
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