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How to Save the Deal – Young Hustlers

In this Show

How do you save the day? Save the deal!
Never drop your targets. What is your potential? Move your targets up to your potential. Lowering your target is unethical.
So, what should you do to save the deal?
#1 Close the proximity between you and the target.
#2 Ask hard questions.
Don’t overcomplicate sales. Drop the tricks. Hear me answer questions about how to approach customers and how the closer you get to them, the more deals you’ll close.

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