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Testing The Strength of Your Prospect's Decision

This week I share the last of the 6 Leasing Principles, give you some email advice, allow you to fail, have you take a look in the mirror, and talk some more about UFCs.


Episode 8 – Testing the Strength

Episode 9 – Responding to Email Leads

Episode 10 – Permission

Episode 11 – Dealing With Personalities

Episode 12 – Thinking About It

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