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By Jane Claspy Nesmith Katie Luehrsmann has a standing appointment every Tuesday at Daniel Arthur’s restaurant in Cedar Rapids. From 11:31-1:01, Luehrsmann and more than a dozen other local business people meet for a working lunch. And it’s one of the most productive hours of the week. “I think...

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Tip of the Week – January 9, 2016

POSTED March 28, 2016 | ArticlesTip of the Week

Arrive early, especially before the guests. Think about it, how many times do, you arrive earlier than expected for a business appointment. Treat your LeTip members with the same courtesy. Guests are not coming to a party. They are coming to business meeting. They’ll usually arrive early knowing this...

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Tip of the Week – December 26, 2016

POSTED February 29, 2016 | ArticlesTip of the Week

Treat your weekly LeTip meeting just as you would any business appointment. Of course things in life happen that may be out of our control. But why would you give up your weekly meeting because a potential client wants to set an appointment at the time you meet with your...

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Tip of the Week – January 2, 2017

POSTED March 14, 2016 | ArticlesTip of the Week

Close more members with Escrow Tips: Escrow TIPS are a great way to encourage guests to join. When a guest or guests attend, think about how you can use their services. Escrow Tips can only be one on one, not a third party tip. You have to truly be...

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Tip of the Week – February 6th, 2017

POSTED February 15, 2016 | ArticlesTip of the Week

Who do you know? I would be willing to bet you don’t know 50% of your chapter. Really know them. Do you know and understand if they “get you”? Are they actually selling you to others or are you waiting for confirmation in a tip? Why aren’t the tips...

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Tip of the Week – February 2nd, 2016

POSTED February 2, 2016 | ArticlesTip of the Week

The professionals say you have one chance to impress and it is usually at the first meeting. Your chapter knows you, and will allow you to be who you are. The new guy at the meeting, however, or the prospect or guest new member who does not know you...

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