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If you want to create an impact in your customers' lives, you owe it to them to get good at selling.

If that feels like too much of a mental leap, think about this…

To experience the total transformation of your offer – a lightning-fast tennis serve, a well-behaved dog, a clutter-free home, or whatever it is – your customers must do the work and engage with your teaching. 

You can’t do it for them. And the more engaged they are, the more likely they will succeed.

Here’s the thing about engagement – it doesn’t start when they hit “play” on your first training video… it begins way before that.

It turns out that how you ask for the sale can significantly impact a customer’s success. And if selling makes you feel icky, here’s a new way to think about asking for the order…

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