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In this series of posts, we are looking at several hacks to reduce the quantity of time you spending responding to emails and increase the quality of your communication. The first hack was to group a large batch of unread...
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Sorting your emails by SENDER will save you time, clicks and writing redundant emails. You are not in the profession of writing Yet in recent years, we are all become bombarded with a daily hoard of emails screaming for attention....
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Unclear emails can annoy your prospective buyers and cost you many sales! In scheduling a recent onsite Advanced Persuasion Skills Training, my client (the owner) had forwarded my available dates to his COO for confirmation. She replied to both of...
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If you want your emails read, your titles need to break through the pre-occupation barriers of your prospects and customers.   Did the title of this post get your attention? This is a provocative slogan on a popular billboard in...
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The most effectively written email is useless if your prospect or customer doesn’t read it!  Here are three steps to help ensure your emails will be read: 1 Keep your emails short I love to write long, well-written emails that explain...
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Not carefully reading emails from your prospects and customers can cost you sales and endless hours of unnecessary conversation. This topic is a two-edged sword. The first edge of this topic is about you. When prospects/clients/customers send you emails or...
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Below are twelve reminders from Robin Sharma about how to make the next twelve months your very best year in every aspect of your life: – In every room you are in, be the most generous, optimistic, kind and brave...
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Your prospects and customers determine your integrity in both your BIG and SMALL actions. Given that you are basically honest, it comes down the small things you do: For example, Do you put too much spin on things? Here is the...
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One aspect of a high emotional quotient is whether you are focused on yourself or your prospects and customers. Several books have recently been written about Emotional Intelligence, popularly referred to as EQ for Emotionally Quotient.  It is a play...
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Dictation technology allows you to create timely business correspondence on the run. You’ve been there. Several follow up emails to prospects or customers need to be written and you have little time or energy to do it. Technology to the...
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