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Jun 5, 2019

About This Episode:
Brandon Williams Grew up on a farm in Indiana. Struggled my whole life with success, but now he has cracked the code on marketing and sales. He can sum up all the data on it very briefly without a lot of fluff.

He’s the author of Don’t Be a Slave to Your Clients: Break Your Chains and Regain Your Sanity: How to Attract the Ideal Client, Create Mutual Respect and Feel Great Again About Your Business.

Find out more about Brandon at: 
https://www.dontbeaslave.com/

 

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