“Keeping Up With the Johnson & Johnsons” is not just a workshop or seminar; it is an attitude adjustment! At the start of this new decade the economy is still quite fickle. Approaching the marketplace with your product or service in these uncertain economic times can be a daunting task. Add to this the opportunities and ever-changing influences of the Internet on advertising, marketing, buying, and selling, and it can seem as if all of the sales staples we used to know and trust have changed too. Luckily, even though it is a new neighborhood out there, you can still be prepared by using some familiar ideas in new ways. So what's the plan? What are the selling strategies and tactics for a reeling economy, what about a hopeful but cautious economy? This workshop will discuss the skills, the strategies, and several solutions to respond positively and creatively in these potentially stressful times. Among these, participants will learn the ins and outs of Consultative Selling and start to use goodwill to revamp relationships with customers as well as make new acquaintances on the block. After all, customers today act similarly to neighbors of the suburban ‘50s - they are quick to give each other advice and reviews, and just as quick to accept someone else’s word for it, especially - and this is where they break from the past - if that someone has a large online following. “When someone says that the free market isn't working, what he means is that he doesn't like the way the free market is working.” Nicolas Martin, “Indianapolis Star” “The road to positive thinking is strewn with the abandoned vehicles of the faint-hearted.” Peter McWilliams EMAIL OR CALL DOUG DVORAK TODAY @ (847) 359-6969 FOR YOUR FREE MEETING ASSESSMENT FOR YOUR NEXT EVENT... A $300.00 VALUE! firstname.lastname@example.org www.dougdvorak.com Thanks and remember to enjoy the day!