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How To Make The Best First Impression With A Joint Venture Prospect

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Michael Senoff

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Your attitude and presence say so much about you. Your abilities, your potential, and your success doing and setting up joint ventures are all quickly assessed by potential business partners—and you only get one chance to make the best first-impression. I received a call from Gabriel who was interested in learning how to set-up Joint ventures. In this short but incredibly powerful conversation we explore how to position yourself and exude confidence in order to win over your prospects and convince them that partnering with you is the best thing they could do. Don’t get me wrong, you have to have a solid proposal to pitch, but once you’re ready to meet people and make it happen, you have to exude confidence and conviction in your project. Whether you’re the outgoing, cansell- ice-to-an-Eskimo type of person, or you’re more reserved and shy, you’ll learn how to approach people and create an unforgettable presence that sticks with them and compels your potential joint venture partner to work with you. Dare to believe you’re the best and you most certainly will be.

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