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MORE: How You Can Get More Clients More Fees and More Time - For All Professional Service Providers: Accountants Solicitors Coaches Consultants and Service Contractors - cover

MORE: How You Can Get More Clients More Fees and More Time - For All Professional Service Providers: Accountants Solicitors Coaches Consultants and Service Contractors

Paula Davis

Publisher: Oak Tree Press

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Whether you are a solo-professional, working in partnership or part of a large professional firm, working as a service provider – as an accountant, solicitor, consultant, coach, service contractor, trainer – can be exciting, stimulating and financially rewarding. It can lead to a life of permanent learning, constant involvement in challenging projects and a great feeling of accomplishment. And it can lead to greater financial rewards, a sense of fulfilment in life and the ability to make a difference by contributing on a grander scale. However, if you don’t like networking to find new clients, and have tried advertising and obtained poor results, then this book is for you. If you don’t like selling and want to build a system where you have a steady stream of profitable clients coming to you, then the proven strategies and techniques that you will learn in this book will transform your business. Clients who have followed the teachings in this book have achieved increases in fee income of 274%. This is a proven system and teaches you how to get more profitable clients, increase your fees, and be able to organise your time better.

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