GET REAL Sales Workshop

Since Eventology 2009, the start of the sales twitter account and the #Sales411 tips on Twitter, I have been inundated with requests for more sales training and personal sales coaching. At the risk of sound cliche, it is such a wonderful feeling to help others in our industry  learn about themselves, learn how to be better sales people and effect their business positively.

We have finally set the dates for the first ever ….

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Woot! Woot!

And what better location to launch a new Sales Workshop, but in a whole DIFFERENT COUNTRY, like …

TEXAS!

(If you live in Texas or have ever been pulled over by a Texas State Trooper, you will get that joke.)


Houston : the First {GET REAL} Sales Workshop for Wedding Professionals

Tuesday, March 16, 2010 from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM (CT)
Houston, TX | Christine Tremoulet Studios

Austin: the First {GET REAL} Sales Workshop for Wedding Professionals

Thursday, March 18, 2010 from 9:00 AM – 3:oo PM (CT)
Austin, TX | Vintage Villas

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Join us for a {GET REAL} Sales training is a one-day workshop will be chock full of real applicable sales techniques that will let you leave the door and immediately implement positive changes. It is comprehensive, fast-paced, blunt, collaborative, profound, humorous and will take you to the next level of Closing the Sale with your prospective clients. That’s why we’re calling it {GET REAL} .

The training will be instructional with break out sessions and a collaborative spirit (that means, you’ll be expected to participate). In addition, each attendee will receive a questionnaire before the workshop to ensure that topics are being covered that are applicable to your situation and your challenges!

You can’t afford to miss this workshop, so please visit the above links for full workshop descriptions. There are early bird pricing and seats are limited (really, they are).

Can’t WAIT to see you there!!!

AND … if you’d like to see other cities for future dates, drop me  a comment! Like in “sales”, sometimes all you have to do, is ask.

Happy Selling!