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REGISTER NOW - December 9 “Selling on and off the Stage"

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  • Best Western Plus North Haven Hotel

    201 Washington Ave, North Haven, CT (map)

    41.401047 -72.851341

  • Save the date - December 9              

    “Selling on and off the Stage"

    Mastering Influence and Persuasion: The Art and Science                                       of Selling from the Platform

    Featured Guest Speaker: Shaun McCloskey

    At this event, you’re going to leave with a recipe for crafting a presentation (or webinar, or sales copy, or video sales letter, or one on one phone call or meeting, etc...) designed to get people excited about pulling out their wallet and giving you their money for your product or service.

    You’ll learn

    -Why most speakers who are good at teaching typically suck at selling.(Sorry to be so blunt, but it’s true!)

    -Why a standing ovation is the death of your sales. (My buddy Steve Cook used to get a standing ovation every time he would speak, and no one bought ANYTHING. After sharing this info with Steve, he immediately went out and closed 28% of a room of100 people on a $797 product. He hadn’t done those kind of numbers in the previous 15 speaking engagements combined!)

     -How speaking to a group of 10 people can be FAR more profitable than speaking to a group of 100+ (if you do it right...)

    -Why most speakers who are good at selling come across as the same ol’ dog and pony show, which is why you’re tired of hearing from most of them. (Many selling speakers any more make half of the audience want to puke, they’re so cheesy...regurgitating the same garbage over and over again!)

    -How to not only win over the people who buy your “stuff,”but also how to ensure that everyone in the room that doesn’t buy what you have to offer still gets a ton of value out of your presentation! You’ll learn not only how to sell well, but how to also get invited back every time.

    -How to literally get people so excited over what you have to offer that they’re knocking each other over trying to get their hands on it!    

     By the way, if what I’ve shared hasn’t convinced you enough yet, don’t just take my word for it. Even the folks at Yale University invited me to be a keynote speaker this past year. You heard that right...even the people at Yale were interested in learning how I’m selling so well, and dipped into their own budget to have me share and study what you’re getting ready to learn.              

    Want to get involved with the Chapter and join a dynamic, generous and inspiring group of people who will help you in your speaking business? 

    Please contact: Jean Stratton.  [masked]

    December  Regular Meeting

    Dec 9, 2016  ~ Breakfast meeting
    9:30-12:00 PM    

    Best Western
    201 Washington Avenue
    North Haven, CT 06473

    Registration coming - $25 Members, $40 Guests

    If you are a Pre-Paid member or  would like to register and pay at the door please email  Jean Stratton at  [masked]

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  • Thom K.

    Im looking forward to this.

    November 18


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