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The Real Reason Why You Keep Chasing Clients And How To Stop The Cycle

The Real Reason Why You Keep Chasing Clients And How To Stop The Cycle


Anybody chasing what I call a ghost? Someone who said, “Yes, I’m interested” but never called you back. You’ve emailed them. You’re chasing them. You know what I’m talking about? That whole chasing process?

Why don’t they just call you back to tell the truth? What are they afraid of? They might think that you’re going to try and will do what to them?

Sell them something! Oh, of course, they’ll pull back on you.

They don’t trust you enough to tell you the truth.

And we designed the method and the mindset of philosophy, if you wrap our process on top of what you do, you get what we call a breakthrough. A breakthrough in how you sell to people because they trust you upfront. They tell you where you stand. The chasing model goes away.

Ari Galper

Ari Galper is the world’s number one authority on trust-based selling and is the most sought-after sales conversion expert for Business Owners. His newest book, “Unlock The Sales Game”, has become an instant best-seller worldwide. Ari has been featured in CEO Magazine, Forbes, INC Magazine and the Australian Financial Review. He is considered a contrarian in the sales industry and in his book, everything you learned about selling will be turned upside down. No more chasing, no pressure, no closing.

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