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Month: June 2017

Have you ever thought about how your assistant or staff member(s) can help you generate more referrals and personal introductions?

A new feature of Exponential Growth 2017 is that we are invited participants to bring an assistant or staff member with them to the boot camp.

While a member of your staff may never ask for referrals from your clients, there are a number of things they can do to have a significant impact…


If there is one book responsible for creating more millionaires than any other, my guess it would have to be Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill.

One of the many concepts Hill covers is the power of the Mastermind. He said, “When two people get together to brainstorm solutions to problems, it creates a third mind.” This third mind can create ideas that wouldn’t happen with an individual on his/her own.

Many people call this a “study group.” Regardless of what you call it, do you have one? And is it bringing you the results you set out to achieve?

I’ve been using the power of the Mastermind for over 20 years. Here are a few ideas hope you’ll find useful.


Phone calls with prospects should always be mutually qualifying – so therefore there’s a delicate balance between your learning about them and them learning about you.

When you talk about what you do to prospects, you want to make it as relevant to them as possible.

The more engagement you can create before your first call and the more you can learn about your prospect, the more relevant, compelling, and effective you’ll be.

Irrelevance is a deadly poison to be avoided at all cost!


Your client relationships can be broken down into three stages.

Stage II of your client relationships is the “New Client Experience” or “Onboarding Process.”

You can deliver a Welcome Package and/or drip a few items over the first week or two. Either will help you create a “Wow” experience that helps you engage with your new clients on both a “personal level” and “value added level.”

Here are 7 ways I’ve seen a number of businesses use to create great first impressions and even generate referrals without asking for them.


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