Listen or download: AudioFile[/vc_column_text][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][vc_column_text]Debbie Hoffman, Founder and President of Power-Up! Your Follow-Up, joins us on this episode of “Illuminating Feng Shui” to discuss the importance of follow-up and how it leads to greater success. Debbie coaches her clients to be more confident and efficient with their follow-up and double their bottom-line results with the same number of leads. Follow-up is the missing piece for most business owners and it can literally make or break a business.
Debbie brings 20 years experience as a Wall Street Managing Director plus another 16 as a Wellness Industry Entrepreneur to her clients. She coaches them how to network less, make more money and know what to do with all of those business cards piling up on their desks. She will share the number one tip on how to network more effectively and give tips on good follow-up principles and strategies.
Kathleen will weave in her business feng shui, astrology and auspicious timing expertise and share invaluable tips for higher success rates.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Guest Bio:
Debbie Hoffman is America’s foremost authority on follow-up and founder of the breakthrough training company, Power-Up Your Follow-Up. She works closely with small business owners, entrepreneurs and sales professionals who aren’t getting enough clients because they’re not following up effectively. She helps them create a step by step follow-up system for their business and convert more prospects into long term clients without feeling salesy.
Debbie was a successful investment banker with 20 years experience as Managing Director for Wall Street firms. Her extraordinary organizational skills were instrumental in building prosperous business relationships resulting in sales of over $25 billion. She also has extensive experience as a network marketing entrepreneur, having built an international team of several thousand consultants. Debbie has authored a new book highlighting her proven follow-up system due out in 2017.