You could spend hours and hours selling your offerings, hoping to reach the top 1% income bracket or, you can learn today what is required to be a top 1% earner, and then take action to achieve this.

Doug C. Brown is highly passionate about teaching people to be in the top 1% of earners through selling.

He believes that everyone has the power to be in the top 1% of earners, but many lack the knowledge of how to do so.

With the right mindset and skills, being in the top 1% of earners, whether this is in your field, state, country, or however you define it, is more than possible.

Tune in to hear Doug’s answers to questions such as:

  • What is the process of becoming a 1% earner, and how long does it take?
  • What are the traits of top 1% earners, and can anyone become one?
  • What is a 1% earner, and why should it be important for your company to have your sales team comprised of them?
  • Compared to the average salesperson, what are the activities that a 1% earner does differently?
  • What are the must-haves when finding and hiring a 1% earner? How do you set up your company up to maintain, train, and retain top 1% earners?
  • And much, much more!

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About the Author: Doug C. Brown

Doug C. Brown is the CEO of CEO Sales Strategies and a Sales Revenue and Profit Growth Expert. He is the creator of the Top 1% Academy, where he trains on how to sell to buyers, whether they be CEOs, business owners, or entrepreneurs, and how to be in the top 1% of sales earners doing so. Doug helps people become better at influencing, persuading, and selling to others (regardless of what their product or service is) and at a level that they never thought was possible. He demonstrates what the tools, behaviors, and traits of the top 1% earners are and how to implement them into daily activities, and believes that most people have the personal power and potential to be at the top 1% of earners, but lack the tools and knowledge of how to achieve this.

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