Get the proven 3-step process to attract more leads, gain more clients and, most importantly, increase revenue. This book will show you how the proper art of selling, done with care and appreciation–leads to greater personal and business fulfillment.
No matter what area of business you are in, this will enhance your ability to influence results across all facets of your business; sales, negotiation, leadership, and/or joint business ventures. In this book, you will learn:
- How to simplify marketing, while maximizing your effort.
- How to build your business with the right message, so that you capture your perfect client.
- How to share your business, so you can consistently attract clients.
Steve is an international #1 bestselling author, speaker, and coach—having developed and taught proven systems to make marketing and sales; simpler, less ‘salesy’, and much enjoyable. His mission is to teach and advise others on how to design, build, and grow their businesses with the systems for success—and achieve the lifestyle they desire.
With over 18 years of experience in advertising, marketing, and promotions; Steve has worked with high-profile companies such as Apple, Intel, Charles Schwab, and Nestle. Steve works with executives and business owners who want to; earn more money and enjoy more time freedom. All while doing what they love. To date, he has publicly served over 45,000 professionals, business owners, and entrepreneurs worldwide.
As a speaker, Steve has shared the stage with success experts such as; John Assaraf (star from the movie The Secret), Leigh Steinberg (the real Jerry Maguire – billion-dollar sports agent), and John Maxwell (Author and Leadership Coach), and many more.
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