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4 Sales Mantras to Memorize and Why They Work

You're not pushing a product -- you're changing minds.
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1. Create certainty

“There’s a big difference between getting someone to like your product and getting someone to buy,” says Derek Rucker, a social psychologist at Northwestern’s Kellogg

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