The Top 10 Things I’ve Learned About Referrals in 10 Years of Business

Matt Anderson, The Referral Authority
Most people perform day-to-day tasks on autopilot. Are you guilty of doing the same thing with how you get referrals?

This webinar is intended to address the key lessons I’ve learned over 10 years. They include tips on how to generate more and better referrals as well as the lifetime advantages of why you want to persist with developing this skill and not retreat to old ways.

Evaluate yourself by viewing this webinar and asking yourself: ‘What am I doing well and what do I need to get better at?’
Jul 19 2012
45 mins
The Top 10 Things I’ve Learned About Referrals in 10 Years of Business
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