A New Way to Close Deals – Ted McGrath

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Ted McGrath is a theater performer, speaker, and best selling author.  He has created 5 household brands and made millions teaching Coaches, Speakers, and service based Business Owners how to turn their life story and life experience into a lucrative business that impacts millions and makes millions. Ted brings a unique approach to coaching, speaking, transformation, and information marketing by combining his business/marketing strategies and his transformational skill set with his talent as a performer. Not only is Ted one of the highest paid consultants in the Industry, getting paid upwards of $200,000 per customer, he is also a theater performer of the smash hit one man show, called GOOD ENOUGH. (where he plays 15 characters on stage from his life story)   http://sys2.tedmcgrathbrands.com/cardone-sys2-ad-optv1-pr
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