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Patricia Fripp 26 Jul 18
Don’t celebrate the closing of a sale. Celebrate the start of a relationship.
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Chester Santos 16 Jan 19
Great quote from . Can’t believe this living legend of the speaking world attended my presentation today at the Golden Gate Breakfast Club. 😲 Such an honor!
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Patricia Fripp Feb 21
"Don’t celebrate closing a sale; celebrate opening a relationship." - Patricia Fripp
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Patricia Fripp 29 Nov 18
Mother Frippicism: It is the inside you that is important. Dress up and look good so you attract people who can find out how nice, interesting, and valuable you are.
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Mark S A Smith 19 May 18
It's better to do something for nothing than nothing for nothing. - Patricia Fripp
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James W. Obermayer 2 Oct 18
Go check out for providing the best public speaking and sales presentation skills training!
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Sharon MacLean ~ WorldGate Media 28 Jan 18
RT PFripp: If you lose a you lose two ways, (1) you don't get the money, and (2) your competitors do.
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Sharon MacLean ~ WorldGate Media 28 Oct 17
RT PFripp: It doesn't matter how good you are. The world has to know it.
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Lottie Hearn #LIVEWithLottie 1 May 18
No - 'thang' doesn't count! Anything orange / tool / my duck mug ;) How about upscaling 'something' at the same time e.g. "want to do something about something" -> "want to help women " Want to "Quote, repeat + RT" BEST to quote ever!
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Patricia Fripp Feb 15
Fripp's Tips: We are all in the business of offering creative solutions to our clients’ problems.
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Sharon MacLean ~ WorldGate Media 20 Oct 17
RT PFripp: The first 30 and the last 30 seconds of your have the most impact.
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Gary McKinsey, Business Acceleration Coach 12 Jan 18
. chamber of commerce lunch and learn.Looking forward to learning speak techniques from .
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Patricia Fripp Feb 13
"It’s not who you know. It’s how well you maintain your Rolodex®."
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Koffee'NToastmasters 13 Apr 18
"The science is in knowing, the art is in perceiving." Patricia Fripp
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