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The Crucial Distinction Between Following Up vs. Following Through business communication contact follow through follow up sales

Picture this: You’ve just had a great discovery call with your prospective customer. They weren’t quite ready to buy in yet, and you know you’ll need to check-in with them soon to find out their ultimate decision. You write yourself a note to follow-up, cringing at the thought,...

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3 Fun Ways to Make More Sales this Summer business fun lifestyle rejuvenate relax summer

How’s your summer going? Have you been embracing the season and having fun? Would you like to infuse more fun into your summer starting right now?

 

The summer is still young and there is still plenty of time to make the most of it - yes, even as adults who aren’t “out of...

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Finding the Sweet Spot in your Pricing: Greater Profitability for You + Higher Value for your Clients business competition entrepreneur offer price pricing value

Can you guess what is the one prevailing topic that every single client of mine brings up in our coaching sessions at one point or another? 

You got it - it’s pricing. 

 And it’s no wonder. Pricing plays a pivotal role in determining not just the profitability of your...

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I'm Jen Gitomer, and I'm obsessed with helping service professionals, coaches and entrepreneurs like you make more money.

After selling millions of dollars throughout my 15+ year career in sales and growing 3 businesses, I know exactly what it takes to grow your business from just barely surviving to thriving. But it wasn’t always easy. There I was, on the ground, consciously aware that I had just blacked out. From the outside, it looked like I had built a successful career, but on the inside, I was no longer living - I was existing. My financial success was dependent on me working 100 hours/week and my mind, body, and spirit couldn’t take it anymore. Waking up to the reality I realized that something needed to change.

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