Tips from the Top - July 2018

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

Read more

Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

Read more

Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Six Valuable Tips from TAB-Winnipeg Board Meetings

Six Valuable Tips from TAB-Winnipeg Board Meetings

 
1. When applying for significant financing, be prepared. Disclosing all the pertinent information about your organizational structure, ownership, financial commitments etc. is important. If something unexpected comes to light during the application process......

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TAB Winnipeg Welcomes 2 New TAB Board Members – Jonathan Scott of Charleswood Roofing and Desmond Sweeney of Macanta Design Build

TAB-Winnipeg continues to Grow Welcomes 2 Newest Board Members
 
Charleswood Roofing was launched in 2010 and is primarily a residential roofing, siding and insulation company, serving Winnipeg and surrounding communities. A focus on being informative and strong attention to details of our projects has been a key to the company’s success. Our team is comprised of office staff, management, estimators, field technicians and contractors, with average of 20+ employees.
Charleswood Roofing provides solutions for sloped roofing, attic systems, exterior finishing and insulation. The company focuses on customer service, offering the best materials, workmanship and overall experience for exterior renovations in the residential marketplace. 
Owner, Jonathan Scott, (204) 505-3051 attended his first TAB Board meeting in July 2018 to help take his business to the next level. .
 
Macanta Design Build Inc. is a process-based full-service residential design+build firm, specializing in transforming exising residential homes through major renovations and home additions. Macanta was started by partners Desmond Sweeney and Cory Kloos in 2014, employs a dedicated construction manager, and subcontracts with dozens of specialized trade partners through both design and construction. 
Desmond Sweeney, (204) 515-0849 holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the Asper School of Business, University of Manitoba and has been a TAB Board Member since July 2018.
 
Desmond and Jonathan were both referred by current TAB-Winnipeg Board members. 
For a list of other successful TAB-Winnipeg Board members click here
Do you know any of them? 
 
To read testimonials from happy, satisfied and succesfull TAB-Winnipeg Board members click here.

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TAB-Winnipeg Board Member Ed Dwyer of C&T Sales and Rentals announces latest acquisition.

TAB-Winnipeg Board Member Ed Dwyer of C&T Sales and Rentals announces latest acquisition. 
 
It is with Great Pleasure I announce the further growth and expansion of C&T Rentals in our Event Rentals division
 
We recently completed the purchase of SWANK EVENT RENTALS.
The company specializes in larger items for rent for many size functions and will complement our growing event rental division. 
 
Kelly Dwyer will be looking after all aspects of amalgamating the business into our present  growing operation.
 
Swank Event Rentals is Winnipeg's premier event rental company specializing in lounge furniture, white & black dance floors, throne chairs, and event decor.  
 
Their experienced team provides specialized products and personalized service to all our customers. 
We can now cater to Weddings, Corporate Events, Gala's, Bar and Bat Mitzvah's, Holiday Parties or any special event, no matter how big or small.
 
The name and phone number will remain in operation but all orders and deliveries will be done by C&T staff.
 
Congratulations to Ed and Kelly Dwyer on the latest expansion of the company.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and ......

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Sales Positioning

Every business must make a sale to turn a profit. Every customer must have an objective met or have a pain relieved to agree to a sale. Unfortunately, job titles that include the words “Sales” or “Business Development” do not necessarily inspire confidence in customers’ minds. Instead, the customer may feel or think a “sales” or “BD” person is only engaging to get something from them, whether or not their objective is fully or properly met.

A good salesperson is always concerned with understanding their customer’s business and how to best serve their needs. So, as long as you have GOOD salespeople, why not change their title to more accurately describe what your customers can expect from them? Consider something along the lines of Consulting Engineer, Customer Advocate or Account Manager. Your salespeople should be there to deliver value to your customers and your customers must know that.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as ......

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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Getting to Know Your Clients, and Remembering What They Tell You

Remembering the little things about your prospects or clients gives you a big advantage. Be sure to record notes of what you learn as a note in the “Contacts” section of Outlook or other contact database that you use to assist you in remembering important dates (i.e. birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) or other personal details about your clients and prospects.

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