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Do you know any of these people?

1.  The person that is the best at understanding customer problems.

2.  The person that is extremely creative.

3.  The person that is not afraid of innovation.

4.  The person that spends the most time in front of customers talking about business problems.

5.  The person that knows a process designed to solve complex business problems.

How much would your value increase if you transformed yourself into one of these people?  How much would your income increase if you transformed yourself into one of these people?

Here’s an example of a person making the transformation to a business problem solver: His name is Dan Spencer. Check out his blog, Facebook page, and YouTube channel.

Leave a comment or drop me an email if you would like to continue this conversation. Feel free to share this post with a friend or business associate.

 Kurt Sima is VP/Sr. Consultant at the Center for Sales Strategy

kurtsima@csscenter.com   740-405-2960


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