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The Movie Playing in Your Head

There's a movie playing in your head right now.

It's loosely related to the real world, but it's not the real world.

Some of it is based on observed fact.

More of it is based on good hunches.

And even more is based on wild imagination.

What we actually see on the outside isn't the outside world at all.

- Page 35 of Simple.ology, the Simple Science of Getting What You Want.

Order it at http://billgluth.simpleology.com/book

"One of only 2-books that I consider to be required reading for everyone alive today." - Bill Gluth


I Am Not Impressed . . .

. . . Very often. But on occassion, something comes along that I just absolutely LOVE!

In the past 12-months there have been 2-books that I personally see as required reading for everyone alive today.

One of those books (I'll tell you about the other one another time) is by Mark Joyner and is called Simple.ology, the Simple Science of Getting What You Want.

On March 30th, at 12 noon EST you can be part of history by ordering it at http://billgluth.simpleology.com/book; this could well be one of the biggest book launches anywhere, anytime.

I will post my favorite excerpts right here, on the blog, throughout the week as well.

If getting answers to the question: "how can I have everything I want in life, now" is important to you, just order the book.


You Never Have to Cold Call, But...

You are in business, you need sales, you look at books that tell you how to do sell more, better. Each of these books extols one virtue or the other. The theme of many is “don’t cold call.”

One sales expert says, “Have an assistant call prospects, tell them that you, the expert in your field, want to set a meeting with them.”

Isn’t that actually cold calling?

In a recent test, Creating Words That Sell Sales Creator, John Smrek was able to convert 8% of cold contacts into warm leads. 33% of the warm leads converted to appointments and 50% of the appointments converted into a sale

How did John accomplish this feat?

He knew who he was calling, was respectful of them, established their interest and had a clear and direct “next step” to take.