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Paul Boag Posted by: Paul Boag On Wednesday, 11th August, 2010

Better ways to work with clients video

A number of people have complained they cannot make my upcoming seminar so I have a recorded a video you can watch instead.

The estimated time to read this article is 2 minutes

On the 19th August I am holding an online seminar entitled “40 better ways to work with clients“. I describe the seminar as follows…

We all suffer from problem clients. However, sometimes the problem is not with the client but our ability to work with them. In this presentation Paul will share 40 practical tips on how to improve how you work with clients.

Unfortunately a number of people have told me they will be unable to attend due to time differences. With that in mind I have recorded a video of the presentation for those who cannot make the live event.

Below is a trailer so you can see what the presentation is like.



You can download the video and an accompanying PDF for only £6.25 using the link below. If you have already signed up for the seminar do not worry, you will get this package after the seminar at no additional cost.

Buy the presentation for only £6.25

Please note the video is a .mov file so you will need the Quicktime Player installed.

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