Where New Business Comes From and How You Can Get It - Part 1 of 2

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Good business developers know where to look for new business, and keep these priorities in mind: current clients, referral sources, visibility in organizations full of clients, and business executives you already know. They act on these four sources in an organized and consistent way that you too can emulate with a simple four-page personal marketing plan outlined here by Larry Bodine, Esq.

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