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Key Question:

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Develop a mailing list of prospects and discipline yourself to stay in touch with them on a regular basis.

Q: Does Rosemary do the marketing herself?

A: Rosemary is in charge of the marketing effort but she out sources the writing and design of print pieces and the telemarketing. She writes the telemarketing scripts and in our transcript provided in the next clip, you can read her advice.

I don't even think you can stay the same without marketing and you certainly can't grow. This business started with one relationship and Rosemary is filling the pipeline with potential new ones. Rosemary's efforts turn every call the sales people make into a "warm" call rather than a "cold" call.

Learn more from business owners who market consistently and get results plus read advice from our marketing expert: Orange Tree Imports, Fluker Farms, and John Wargo.

Think about it

Do you have a good list of qualified prospects?  Do you communicate with them regularly?  Do you track the results you achieve when you do direct mail, email and phone calls?

Clip from: Time Technology

Godalming, Surrey, United Kingdom:   Meet the Skeffingtons - Rosemary, her husband, Nigel, and his brother, Peter.  They introduce us to a rather simple technology that brings people from different time zones into the same time and creates a ubiquitous space that everybody shares.  Their business is Time Technology.

What they do is teach and implement collaborative technologies. Though this technology raises some real questions about our perception of time, for them, it is just a fact that literally hundreds of people can be part of an online meeting, working on the same content, though separated by time zones and continents.
 
Time and space are so fundamental most of us just take the two for granted. It just seems like another application of technology, but it is the beginning of a very significant revolution --  at long last long-held beliefs about what is possible within a given space and time is radically changing.

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In this episode of the show, you meet Rosemary & Nigel and Peter Skeffington. They introduce us to the rather simple technology -- collaboration software -- that takes people from many different time zones into the same time and creates a ubiquitous space that everybody shares.  

We quickly learn how they both teach and implement collaborative technologies. They're not terribly concerned that this technology raises some real questions about our perception of time. For them, it is just a fact that literally hundreds of people can be part of an online meeting, working on the same content, though separated by time zones and continents.
 
Time and space are so fundamental most of us just take the two for granted. It may seem just like another application of technology, but we believe it is the beginning of a significant revolution.  We are at long last breaking free of long-held beliefs about what is possible within a given space and time.

Small business the real revolution of our time!

...to the event horizon.

The goal is to get us all looking out beyond today so we all can inspire and help each other to achieve the dreams that drive us.


The horizon, just beyond space-time, is a place for our dreams.

We ask the most basic questions about life: Who are you? Where did you come from? Where are you going? What is the meaning and value of your life?

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Step 4. Growing $$$
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