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Begin the Follow-Up and Follow-Through Process

By: Bob Burg


Begin the Follow Up and Follow Through Process

So you’ve met this new person and established a terrific rapport with them, perhaps the beginning of fantastic, mutually-beneficial relationship. You still don’t know at this point, and that’s okay.

But in Endless Referrals Action Tip #8 you’ll begin the follow-up and — just as importantly — follow-through process intended to niche you in that person’s mind as the one person in your field they would want to do business with directly and/or refer to those in their sphere of influence.

And as you’re seeing, there is a pattern in the Endless Referrals System it begins by doing something that few other people even think to do…and fewer still—even if they know—actually do it

What is this something? Watch the video below and see.


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Visit endlessreferrals.com for more information on how you can develop endless referrals for your business.

To read the full transcript of the video click here and then click SHOW MORE in the video description.

Published: February 12, 2020

Source: Bob Burg

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Bob Burg shares information on topics vital to the success of today's business person. He speaks for Fortune 500 companies, franchises, and numerous direct sales organizations. Bob’s audiences range from 50 to 16,000, and he shares the platform with today's top thought leaders, broadcast personalities, Olympic athletes and political leaders including a former United States President. He is the author of the widely-read Endless Referrals, and the WSJ best-selling business parable, The Go-Giver (coauthored with John David Mann). Bob’s newest book is Adversaries Into Allies, which draws on his own experiences and the stories of other influential people.

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