How to Be Noticed, Be Valued, and Be Paid by the Clients You Want Most

How often do you think you’re working too hard?

How often do you wonder if you could be attracting better clients?

Do you think about how many hours you put into marketing and selling and realize it’s not coming together as it should?

Recently I interviewed Dov Gordon for the Fail To Learn podcast.

Dov is tenacious. He’s stubborn. It was one of the most downloaded shows yet.

Dov was down, and considered out. But he didn’t give up. Now he is highly respected for his ability to help you get a consistent flow of paying clients.

After our interview, I asked him to do something for my readers and listeners. And he agreed:

Click here to register for the free teleseminar:
How to Be Noticed, Be Valued, and Be Paid by the Clients You Want Most

Put the date on your calendar:

Thursday, March 17, 2016 at
10:00 AM Pacific / 1:00 PM Eastern

You’ll be able to join Dov and I Dov on this free teleseminar. Here’s a taste of what you’ll learn:

  • The 6 Steps to a marketing system that brings you a consistent flow of your ideal clients.
  • Why all Dov’s hard work wasn’t producing a steady flow of clients.
  • The stupidest thing Dov didn’t do. (This simple-but-scary decision cost him thousands of dollars in business. Chances are, you’re avoiding this decision, too.)
  • Why lead generation has been so hard – and how to make it simple, predictable, and consistent.

Your business should be fun. Not a struggle.

And nothing will make it fun faster than a consistent flow of ideal customers and clients.

Go here to register and I’ll send you the call-in instructions.
How to Be Noticed, Be Valued, and Be Paid by the Clients You Want Most

Can’t make it live? Register anyway and you’ll get the recording.

And in case you’re wondering….
There will be NOTHING for sale on this call. Go to the registration page and scroll down to see what others have said after hearing an earlier version of this seminar. And then register.

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