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is this the one master business survival skill?

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According to a recent U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
report, more than 70% of businesses will fail.

And 82% of business failures are caused by cash flow
issues… which is also known as the “running out of
money” problem.

Well, I’ve been at this for 20+ years, and I think a
big part of my long term success is due to a particular
business skill that’s helped me survive all the ups and
downs…

My friend Ray Edwards calls it “cash flow
engineering”… and it’s all about creating offers and
marketing that convert into sales.

IE, that’s how you can avoid “running out of money”…
Sounds simple. Maybe even too simple.

But lots of people focus on creating their product or
service, without giving enough thought to how they’re
going to sell it.

The real pros won’t even THINK about a new offer
without first focusing on how they’re going to sell it.

Ray is teaching a free “mini course” on this right now.
His latest video is about how you can avoid this common
mistake that kills a lot of businesses.

It’s all about how you can learn to “engineer
cashflow”.

I’ve known Ray for over a decade – he knows his stuff.
Check it out:

CLICK HERE: the master skill of all business

best regards,
Jeff

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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