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Young Hustlers: The Sales Cycle

In this Show

If you want to 10X your business, you need to fix your broken business cycle by getting leads that give you money. How do you do that?

The 7 Steps of a Correct Business Cycle:

1. Idea
2. Attention
3. Intention
4. Solution
5. Proposal
6. Close
7. Follow Up

You first have an idea. Say you want to raise $100,000. Most of you go from idea and get stuck with the business plan, accounting, or manufacturing. Go straight to funding by getting attention. There is no financial statement in the world that doesn’t list income first. Focus on income—idea straight to funding. For more watch the show!

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