Hate cold calling and want it to be warmer?

We’re well into 2007 now, so I am a bit late with my Christmas/New Year present for you. But, belatedly, here it is!

Most people hate cold calling. Because they hate it they’ll only do it in extremis. Consequently they’re not very good at it, don’t get the results they want, quickly get disillusioned and say “It doesn’t work”.

It’s a vicious downward spiral that only reverses itself when you learn the skills you need and practise using them until you become successful. With an open mind and willingness to learn it actually doesn’t take very long.

But some of you won’t do it no matter what I say so, for you I’ve developed a stand-alone downloadable Business Networking course that’s FREE (for the time being anyway!)

I’ve called it “Cast Your Net”

Without costing you a penny, this course shows you how to:

  • Maximise your existing contacts – see from a real example how it works in practice
  • Decide what you’re looking for from your networking activities
  • Explore and evaluate the best networks for you to join
  • Prepare so that you get the most value from your attendance at networking events
  • What to do (and what not to do) at the event
  • And there’s also e-networking: An introduction for newbees.

    Just go to www.sellingforbusiness.co.uk
    Register (I promise you that we will not bombard you with emails, we just want to keep track of it) and you’ll receive your FREE copy of “Cast Your Net” with our compliments.

    Enjoy and all we ask is that you give us your feedback!

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