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Hi, my name is Robin Brostovski and I’m a Keep In touch Coach.

“We’re in a recession.” “Nobody’s buying.” “Sales are down.” Anybody hearing those types of statements lately?

Hallelujah! Good, experienced, professional business owners and sales people know that a recession is a tremendous opportunity to improve market share.

Why? Two reasons.

First, because a lot of their competitors are giving up or waiting until the economy gets better. In good times, if people don’t hear from you, they assume you’re busy. In bad times, if people don’t hear from you, they assume you’re GONE.

Second, because sales professionals KNOW that people still buy houses and cars and clothing and jewelry and vacuum cleaners during a recession. People still go on vacation, go out to eat, go to the dentist and go get their nails done.

It is well documented that business people who maintain their visibility during tough economic times and who stay in touch with clients and prospects can improve their market share and return on investment at lower cost than during good economic times.

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My ideal referral is a sales professional you know who says “Sales are down, and I need to figure out a better way.”

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