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NYS Assemblyman John McDonald explains why he supports Proposition 1
Wallace Murray with Wallace Murray and Associates intreviews Darrel Ross on the importnace of creating and knowing your unique value proposition.
Darrell serves as Community Partner at Rapid Time Networks.
Prior to joining Rapid Time Networks, Darrell served as Corporate Trainer & Recruitment Specialist at Clark & Company Immigration Services. Before arriving at Clark & Company Immigration Services, Darrell served as Director of Quantum Business Golf at Parmasters Indoor Golf Training Centers. Prior to that, Darrell served as Partner, Master Franchise for Canada at Referral Institute.
From 1997 - 2007 when Darrell moved on to the Referral Institute, he served as the Managing Director for BNI BC. Under his leadership the organization grew from a handful of groups to 48 chapters and just under one thousand members. In this role Darrell trained hundreds of business people to become better networkers, generate more business by referral and communicate more effectively by understanding behavioural styles.
Ask yourself: do I spend my energy wisely? Do I place high value on myself? Do I make value statements thru my choices, words and actions?
Until you value yourself, you won't value your time. Until you value your time, you will not do anything with it.
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· In this episode I will present 4 critical questions to you that gauge how much value you place on yourself and your business.
· If you’re thinking of starting a business or feel stuck in your business this show is for you, for without value you have no business.
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Yes, it's been a little bit of a hiatus but I'm back to give you my take on a recent blog post I wrote which caused a little bit of a "TIF" in the sales professional community.....so I've decided to explain myself. I've believed for a long time that salespeople spend way to much time pushing their product first before solidifying a different approach to the saying "Customer Value". I'm going to pontificate for at least 30 minutes on why you should establish "Customer Value" first before selling your product.....I hope you can join me to hear me out.
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