Our next presentation of the “The MSP Show” on “Blog Talk Radio has the potential to boost your MSP sales success. You’ll learn 10 things you need to know to increase your MSP sales:
3 Myths that keep you from greater sales and success,
3 Secrets to successfully program your mind with a winner’s image to double your business this year,
3 Tricky Truths that make it difficult to be a successful MSP, and
The #1 Secret to avoid low sales forever.
Join Daniel LeFave, Coaching Expert and MSP Marketing Expert Stuart Crawford for this 30-minute Internet radio show so you can change your thinking and increase your sales.
Tune in live, February 5th at 10a.m. (ET) by visiting.
Or if you can’t make it, you can always listen later.
About Dan LeFave
Dan LeFave is co-author of the Stepping Stones to Success with Deepak Chopra, Jack Canfield & Dr. Denis Waitley. His teaching inspires people to grow and be their highest and best self, and to make a difference in the world. His coaching helps people bridge the gap between their current results and what they want to achieve, producing optimal results anywhere, anyhow and anytime. Dan is a highly sought-after trainer on the topics of motivation and achievement, and a passionate speaker. For more information about Dan, visit: https://www.danlefave.com/
Ulistic Is Different — We’ve Been Where You Are Now.
Ulistics’s President and Chief Marketing Officer, Stuart Crawfordowned a $5 million-dollar IT MSP in Calgary, Alberta Canada, and was a success because of his marketing abilities. Stuart knew he could do more, and wanted to delve into another business arena. So he sold his business and started Ulistic to help other MSPs market their services since he’d had such success doing this for his own business.
Since then Stuart was honored by Calgary’s Avenue Inc. with “The Top 40 Under 40 Award” in 2007 for being an outstanding business leader, and he was recognized as one of the “Top 20 Business Leaders of Tomorrow” by Business in Calgary magazine in 2008. Stuart has also won many Microsoft Partner Awards for his work in the IT community.
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