This episode is my 250th. Wow. Can’t realize that I’ve come so far. And it’s all because of you! I’ve been in business for a while. I built businesses that didn’t work out. And others that fulfilled me. A lot. So today, I am sharing with you the 5 Biggest Lessons Learned in Business. It comes from my heart. To you. Enjoy! http://media.blubrry.com/crushyourcompetitors/p/traffic.libsyn.com/marketintocrushyourcompetitors/Episode250FR_mixage_final.mp3Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS
Every business owner wants to make more sales. If not, why would a business owner own a business? But understanding how to communicate in order to get to the sale is a challenge for some people. And for others, they own it, which leads to great success. Meet Marcus Sheridan. In this interview, he makes you discover the key elements to get more sales and it all starts with communication. You will learn: What the 2 communication principles that lead to success are How to embrace the power of the.
Do you know what 80/20 stands for ? Let’s describe what it means in your yearly revenue as a business owner. 80% of your revenue is produced by 20% of your clients. So if you concentrate on these 20%, and you make them repeat business with you, then, you are already in a good position ! And the best thing is that if you dig deeper into the concept… Among these 20%, 20% of these people will be responsible of 80% of the revenue that they bring to your business….
Are you a leader? From Lolly Daskal’s point of view, everybody is. As she says: “We are here to be our most valuable.” Do you agree? It seems that it is our own responsibility to dig in, discover and express our own leadership qualities. This week’s interview is very deep. It will make you feel good, comfortable at time and uncomfortable at others, because it might point out on something that you are struggling with inside of you. But it definitely gives answers. Lolly explains what.
Tell me. When was the last time that you received a personal letter ? When was the last time that you received something via mail, other than your bills, bank statements, assurances or your neighbour’s realtor’s flyer ? … That’s what I thought. You don’t remember. Because it’s been too long. Just by reading these lines, you should know where I am going. Yes, you can use direct mail to market your business, but also to deepen your authority, credibility and trust towards your audience. And one powerful way to do.