TSC Hosts “The Art of Organization” Free Webinar

Posted on Oct 19, 2011 by  in Uncategorized

We are excited to introduce the third event in our free webinar series sponsored by TSC with our special guest Steve Kloyda.

The Art of Organization

Do you need a better way to stay organized?

Do you need a better way to stay organized?

Wednesday, October 26th from 12 – 1pm (CDT)

For over 30 years, Steve Kloyda has been creating unique selling experiences that transform the lives of salespeople, prospects and customers.  

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Does the thought of trying to “organize it all” leave you overwhelmed and exhausted? Have you been told you should get organized but you don’t know where to start? You’re not alone! It’s a well-known fact that the most successful salespeople are also extremely organized. What’s not as well-known is how to get – and stay – organized for maximum results. In this interactive program, Steve draws from over three decades of experience to provide the proven organizational and time management strategies you need to improve your results and increase your bottom line.

After this program, you will be able to:

·       Recognize the biggest time wasters in your day and eliminate them…permanently!

·       Understand the three most important activities you need to focus on each day to dramatically improve your results.

·       Incorporate the 3 Ps (Steve’s top strategies for dramatically increasing your productivity) into your daily efforts.

·       Answer the two most important questions you must ask yourself each day to maintain and protect your confidence.

This program is appropriate for your support staff as well.

As founder of The Prospecting Expert, Steve helps his clients attract more prospects, retain more clients, and drive more sales.

As a bonus for signing up – you will receive access to the great resource “The Top 10 Blog Posts – How to Have Your Best Year Ever.”  This resource is packed with valuable insights and tools to make more money! The feedback from those who have seen it has been amazing!

Reserve your virtual seat here => Register Now

We hope you are able to join us for this educational web event!

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