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Secrets to Closing the Sale – Young Hustlers

In this Show

Grant Cardone and Jarrod Glandt go over the massive topic of closing the sale. You can pitch your product, advertise and spend money on marketing, but there comes a point when the close has to happen. If it doesn’t, the deal isn’t done.

Grant personally delivered over 4.5-hours of content on this important topic in a webinar that you can OWN FOREVER. Watch it again and again to get every bit of information from it!

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Jarrod and Grant address bad advice from other sources, such as:
• Trying to close the wrong person
• Closing too soon
• Don’t twist their arm
• Waiting too long to close

These are ALL WRONG. Don’t ignore your lines of communication. If you do, you’re abandoning your dreams. Don’t abandon your kids, your parents, your spouse, none of it. Close as soon as you meet the customer, close before you leave. But make sure to know when you need to sell, when you need to listen, and precisely when you need to go for the close.

Grant shares a personal story where he got loose, messed up, and lost a $400k deal just because of a very basic mistake. He reminds you to stay on top of your game.

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