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Priorities: Which urgent AND important person comes first?
by Tony Vidler The classic urgent AND important dilemma: your best client is on the phone talking to you. An incoming call from your top Centre-of-Influence comes in while talking to your best client. Do you “end and accept” – hanging up on your best client? Do you ignore your COI? Are you […]
How to close out the phone call to get your desired action
by Tony Vidler Bringing the phone call to a close successfully, and achieving your initial objective, is the ultimate point of a structured telephone track. It is the end goal. There is just a little bit of thought and structure to it – but not too much – and it is probably […]
by Tony Vidler Generating the listener’s interest in your message is the single most critical element in an effective telephone track, and like each part of a well organised track there structure and technique in how to achieve it. As I have stressed throughout this mini-series, there is structure and methodology in building […]
by Tony Vidler Voicemail messages which do not get responded to is without doubt the bane of most professionals working lives…frustrating, time consuming, inefficient….voicemail has become the “first line of defence” for prospects and clients alike. Their number 1 method of avoiding you. Too many minutes & hours are lost constantly leaving messages […]
business wisdome from @behaviorgap
1- a great coach deserves to be paid for telling you to do nothing, when nothing is the right thing to do.
2- being in the position to tell you to do nothing requires a massive amount of work.