FREE GUIDE: 10 Ways To Follow Up With Prospects

Follow Up Like A Boss

10 ways to keep the sales process moving forward... without annoying potential clients

The Know-How To Follow Up Like A Boss:

You want to follow up with your clients or prospects, but it feels weird to send emails into the abyss. You don't want to feel like you're annoying them, but then again, you've got to keep the sales process moving! 

Learn the right words and approaches to follow up Like a Boss, get the outcome you want, and never doubt yourself again.  

Inside You'll Learn:

My #1 most successful opening line that sets the right tone for client emails (Hint: it's not "just checking in").

How to help your client get to the outcome you want, with a strategy that takes just 10 seconds.

The three phrases to put in "email jail" immediately so you never (NEVER!) use them with clients again.  

PLUS get examples and templates you can start using right now.

"AWESOME!! Wow, this is gold. This will be my new email bible. Thank you!!!"

Alison Friedman, Ping Pong Arts

"This is great! I'm sure there are many out there just like me that keep doing the same thing over and over again without realizing how bad it is for business."

Maja Galic, Clearmint Creative

About The Author: Leah Neaderthal, Growthworks Solutions

I help entrepreneurs and business owners learn the secrets of confident consultative selling, so they can grow their revenue, bring on amazing clients, and build incredible businesses.

I didn't learn to sell by being a commissioned salesperson. I learned by building my own businesses. I taught myself everything I could about selling, and overcame the natural "selling shyness" most entrepreneurs have, to find the confidence to really go out and sell to new clients. The outcome is a comfortable selling approach that doesn't feel salesy -- and gets results.

Now I share the secrets I learned along the way, helping entrepreneurs and business owners set up their sales operations, grow their client pipeline, and confidently guide prospects from first contact to a successful close.

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