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Old October 29, 2017, 12:53 PM
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Default Re: What role does SKILL play?

Originally Posted by unpinkpanther View Post

Thank you for your post

As you've stated, lists of buyers can be helpful.

I believe even if YOU were dropped into any English-speaking country without a dime, you will quickly bring in the cashola...based on your known SKILL of building and nurturing lists of BUYERS.

Without SKILLFUL action, building a profitable list can easily turn to a wild goose chase and a money drain.

What cost-effective ways would you recommend for targeting lists of buyers?

Thank you

If I were dropped into anywhere, I'd look for a list of buyers, SOMEONE else has, and help them get more juice from it. I'd BORROW, or better yet, leverage existing buyers. It is, at the core, pretty much the whole seed of Jay Abraham and Dan Kennedy teachings on Joint Ventures.

I like to think that I have enough diverse experience across businesses, that perhaps my vision is less myopic than the guy with the list. So, say there is a successful HAMBURGER stand, where all the locals go...I could approach him, offer a FREE marketing appraisal, and at the end of it, have a JV offer which we


would BENEFIT from. Mutual benefit is the key to leveraging someone's list, knowledge, skill, etc.

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