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There you are

I read this today on www.fmylife.com: “Today, at an aunt’s wake, my five-year-old son walked up to the coffin and, with the whole family around him, exclaimed, “Well, that’s good, I was wondering where she’s been.” Come on, now. That’s funny. I get asked whether or not you need to be funny during a webinar […]

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And the winner is…

In today’s episode of “One-To-Many Selling Secrets” revealed, I answer the question, ‘Which is better for attracting clients; Live webinars or automated webinars. My answer might surprise you. Take five minutes and watch this episode, get the answer and a marketing model that will absolutely produce new clients for you consistently. https://youtu.be/W3eVvM7rT5A Kick butt, make […]

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Misconception

During yesterday’s Inner Sanctum VIP Q&A call, a VIP said she was speaking in front of a group of potential prospects but not “selling” anything. Before she could finish asking her question, I interrupted her and said that you are always selling something whenever you do a presentation. Sure, you might not ask your audience […]

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An unusual way to get more clients

After you read today’s DEEmail, you might think I’m off my rocker. Hmm. Maybe you already think that. 🙂 In either case, onward ho. One of my “secrets” for closing high-ticket sales is the energy I project. No, this is not woo-woo metaphysical nonsense, it’s reality. Selling is in great part a transfer of energy. […]

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Do I need to turn in my man card?

I have a confession to make. Last Friday, Karen, I decided to have a movie night at home. Understand that selecting a movie is typically a long process. I love horror, dark dramas, and gangster movies. Karen likes sci-fi, action-adventure, and chick-flicks. Because I’m a strong believer in “happy wife, happy life,” we most often […]

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A must-see disturbing show

One of my favorite Netflix shows is called “The Push.” Derren Brown produced this cool, disturbing, and morally challenging program. If you don’t know Derren, he is an incredible mentalist who is a huge star in the U.K. “The Push” is not a magic show. Instead, it’s a social experiment where the question is raised […]

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I’ve cheated you

I realized there are many DEEmail subscribers who don’t know about the stellar content I have on my YouTube channel. Heck, some folks don’t know I even have a channel. 🙂 So, yes, I’ve cheated you out of some stuff that’ll help you get more clients. Starting this Friday, I’ll post a new micro-training video […]

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8 words

Here are eight words from the late great Jim Rohn about effective communication. First, “Have something worth saying and say it well.” I know you have something important and worth saying, and you want to learn how to say it well, or you wouldn’t be a DEEmail subscriber. The truth is persuasive communication is the […]

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I hate my voice

Do you remember the first time you heard a recording of yourself? Did you think, “That doesn’t sound like me?” Or, worse, think, “Ugh, I hate my voice!”? Here is what voice-over pro, Susan Berkley has to say about it: “There is something called vocal disparity. We’ve listened to ourselves our whole lives from inside […]

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Personal and persuasive

This week we’ve been talking about using your voice to persuade. It’s so vital that I enlisted the help of Inner Sanctum VIP Susan Berkley to teach August’s masterclass on the topic. Susan is one of the top voice-over artists in the world. She’s the signature voice of Citibank and has sold tens of millions […]

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Lobsta

Karen and I spent a couple of fun-filled days in Nantucket with friends. Much wine was consumed, and yes, lobster, properly pronounced in New England as “lobsta,” was eaten. As an aside, if you visit Nantucket, expect to leave with your wallet significantly lighter. A lobster roll came in at $49. And sadly, I can […]

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It was the best of times…

“It was the best of times; it was the worst of times…” That opening to the book,  A Tale Of Two Cities is a classic. It grabs your attention and immediately draws you into the narrative. It doesn’t matter if your presentation is for 1 or 1,000 people, nor does it matter if it’s in print […]

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