What Yes, No, And Maybe Really Mean

Dan Sullivan shares his belief that accepting “maybe” or “I’ll think about it” as a response in any selling situation is a worst-case scenario for any entrepreneur, even worse than “no.” 

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Dan Sullivan

Dan Sullivan is the world’s foremost expert on entrepreneurship in action. He is the founder of The Strategic Coach Inc. and creator of The Strategic Coach® Program. Visionary, creative, wise, playful, and generous, he is a true champion of entrepreneurs worldwide.

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