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Rainmaking Training

Practice makes perfect (whether actually or virtually)

Translating business development advice into real-world business use be tough. What seemed to make so much sense and was so logical at the time you heard it or read it often lacks the necessary linkage to reality. When you can't see a way of doing it in your world, you won't. The next time you learn a "catchy" new way to approach potential clients, first apply it mentally.

"You have to fall in love with the process of becoming great."

If you claim to want to become a rainmaker, and escape the professional and financial vulnerability associated with depending on others for clients and work, what are you willing to do to get it? Do you know what it takes to get what you say you want?