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Improve your sales results with a quick “Kerbside Review”
by Tony Vidler        One of the most effective ways to improve sales results is to spend 2 minutes on a reflective process after each client meeting – whether it was a good or bad one.   It is the “kerbside review” (hat tip to the USA with the spelling, but this concept did originate […]
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The 9 Essentials Of Your Value Proposition…in 9 Seconds
by Tony Vidler        There are 9 things you have to nail in only about 9 seconds if you want your value proposition to be truly effective.   Sound impossible?   It’s tough to craft a great value proposition that hits all 9 things….but it is definitely not impossible.  In this quick video we talk […]
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Get other businesses to get you new business
by Tony Vidler        In the perpetual search for new ways to get new clients many professional service firms overlook a really obvious, and incredibly lucrative, way of getting new business.   That is getting other businesses to send their new clients to you.  Unlike Center-Of-Influence (COI) marketing where an individual directs individual potential new […]
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Where your Value Proposition REALLY fits in
by Tony Vidler        A well crafted and well articulated Value Proposition is the key component in any good marketing strategy.  Even though it is the most important part of the entire marketing message, it is not the first thing however…   To craft a great marketing message for your business there are three essentials […]
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An easy way to get noticed in a busy world by Prospects
by Tony Vidler        You often have to do something different to cut through the market noise and get noticed.   In the digital age it can be remarkably effective to go low-tech, and re-visit some of the old ways.  There is little doubt that very few people invest the time in creating and delivering […]
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Let Your Prospects Try-Before-They-Buy
by Tony Vidler        “try before you buy” is a great way of removing risk for a consumer from a big purchasing decision, isn’t it?   We can learn from the retail sector here because they figured this out years ago.  One of the toughest challenges is getting customers to switch brands or products.   […]
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Client Engagement: The WIIFM Question Is Really 3 Questions
by Tony Vidler        WIIFM. What’s In It For Me?   No sale is ever made, no client ever signs on, until you’ve clearly addressed this question as it is the dominant question running through every prospects mind.   Most of us know this….and despite knowing it, most people in professional services struggle to address […]
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If you have repeated problems, you need a process!
by Tony Vidler        For financial advisory firms the word “process” has become synonymous with “best practice advice”, but good process is so much more than just a compliant and well-documented series of advice documents.   Process is what builds franchise businesses.  Process is what creates turnkey operations that are highly valued by prospective purchasers. […]
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A simple approach to getting clients to ACT
by Tony Vidler        We often find ourselves giving good advice only for clients to then dawdle over the implementation of it.  That of course presents a range of “risks” for clients as well as being frustrating for the adviser.  Whether that risk is the “time cost of their money”, or an opportunity cost, or […]
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The times are a changin’…Business as usual is a dead end!
by Tony Vidler        The difference between any two professional practices filled with well qualified and well meaning people is usually that a different culture exists in each.     All businesses develop a “way we do things here” over time…whether they meant to or not.  A culture evolves within the business…whether you wanted it […]
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