This week Rick goes over principle 12 of Jeffrey Gitomer’s Little Red Book of Selling. In this chapter, Jeffrey stresses the importance of keeping your eyes and ears open for potential new clients. He also has a great sales tip on how to make sure you don’t lose a prospect once you have made initial contact.

So push play, you’ll be glad you did!  And, tell us how you keep your antennas up!

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