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How to Boost Your Revenue Without Ever Selling Again

Every small business owner knows the drill. When business is booming, they ignore their sales and marketing efforts. Then, business slows down as a result and they turn your attention back to sales and marketing. This is a hamster’s wheel to nowhere. Their business will remain flat-lined and stuck as long as they stay on the Double Helix treadmill.

Barry will show how to grow a small business by tossing out the old paradigms and traditional sales techniques through his easy to follow step by step guide. Follow these steps and every sales funnel will always be full.

You will learn:
- The Relationship Ratings Methods: Forget about getting sales, have a system to create systematic relationships. We actually can’t sell anything to anyone, we just need to be there when people are ready to buy!
- The Rapid Release Strategy: The exact method to avoid long, fruitless sales cycles, and how to get prospects to a buying decision in one-tenth of the time.
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