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Mark Jeffries & Grant Cardone

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Today Grant Cardone interviews the charismatic Mark Jeffries on Power Players for Whatever It Takes Network. Mark, at 18, walked into Merrill Lynch London with no university education behind him and 3 days later was working on the trading floor as the youngest stockbroker in Merrill Lynch.

His first day on the floor was Black Monday, but he persevered—and became extremely successful in sales.

Mark Jeffries, the host of Master of Influence on Whatever It Takes Network, now speaks and moderates at events and has worked for clients such as IBM, Ernst & Young, SAS, Hewlett-Packard, Zurich Insurance, Microsoft, Royal Bank of Canada, Bank of America and more.

Mark also speaks on two important aspects to his way of life: L-WAR and The 3 Cs.

1. Listen
2. Watch
3. Anticipate
4. Respond

3 Cs:
1. Consistency
2. Clarity
3. Confidence

Mark Jeffries’ tip: “If they’re going to buy your solution or service, they have to buy you first.”

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