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Nice guys finish first.


Nice Guys Finish First.
Spinning connections into lifelong customers.

Stop training today. Start learning a common
sense approach to building lifelong relationships 
with your prospects and customers.

Download my white paper: "5 Biggest Mistakes Made by Sales and Customer Service"

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Nice guys finish first.


Nice Guys Finish First.
Spinning connections into lifelong customers.

Stop training today. Start learning a common
sense approach to building lifelong relationships 
with your prospects and customers.

Download my white paper: "5 Biggest Mistakes Made by Sales and Customer Service"

INVEST

in your customers.

INSPIRE

them into action.

EXECUTE

excellently.

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Workshops

The “Finish First” workshops are highly interactive and involve participation with staff on all levels.

How do you spin connections into lifelong relationships? The workshop is designed around the specific needs of your sales team or customer service department.

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Keynote Speaking

Are the days of A+ customer service and  award winning salesmanship over?  Why does it seem like people today are treated more like numbers and less like human beings? Is technology taking the personal "touch" out of your relationships?  Is it time to get back to the basics and build better relationships with your customers, clients and prospects?  Doug Sandler will teach your team how to turn connections into relationships that will last a lifetime.


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Doug Sandler


"Too often people accept average as the norm when it comes to customer service; and way too often companies accept average from their sales and customer service departments. My philosophy has always been to set HUGE expectations and EXCEED them. I feel it’s extremely important for me to share that message with anyone I have a relationship with."

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Doug Sandler


"Too often people accept average as the norm when it comes to customer service; and way too often companies accept average from their sales and customer service departments. My philosophy has always been to set HUGE expectations and EXCEED them. I feel it’s extremely important for me to share that message with anyone I have a relationship with."

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