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“Wish I Had” or “Glad I Did?” Which One Would You Rather Say?

An interesting thing happened to me yesterday.  As you know, I’m promoting my “Explosive Growth Selling” program  in May.  Well, yesterday, I I received a phone call regarding the “Smart Hiring” program I did (along with my partner, Kirk Young) last November.  The caller said, “Hey, when are you going to offer ‘Smart Hiring’ again?”  I replied, “I don’t know.  I don’t think I will.”  The caller was dumbfounded.

“You’re kidding!  I really thought about going in November, but I knew it would be cold in Kansas City, so I decided to wait until next time.”  I said the only thing I could.  “Sometimes, there is no next time.”  It’s true.

My caller said, “Wow.  I really wish I had gone.”  Meanwhile, those who attended told me that they were glad they did.

I can’t guarantee if I’ll offer this program again.  I can guarantee that these techniques won’t appear in any YouTube videos, free whitepapers, or other ‘free’ content.  If you really want to learn techniques that will make a difference, you need to make an investment in real, live training.   I’ll even make one more offer to help.  I know that some of you might want to go – IF your company would pay for it.  If that’s you, email me and I’ll send you a letter that you can take to your boss to make the case.

So, this time next year, would you rather be saying, “Gee, I wish I had,” or “Boy, I’m glad I did?”

The choice is up to you.  Click here to make a difference in your career, or the careers of those that work for you.