Author Archive: Stacey Hall

Stacey Hall is known as “The Go For YES Gal” because of her ground-breaking social media marketing training program, called ‘Go For YES,’ which has helped thousands of network marketers attract more sales, satisfaction, and success. She is the Producer of "The Power of YES" book series - a #1 best-seller in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia! She treasures this acknowledgment of her accomplishments: “You are one of the most dynamic people I have encountered on the internet.” Stacey is also the bestselling author of two global #1 best-selling books — “Attracting Perfect Customers” and “Chi-To-Be!” Stacey shares her home with her husband, Bill, and two pups named Lucy and Frankie (short for Francesca). You can connect with her on Facebook at facebook.com/StaceyHall1 (https://www.facebook.com/staceyhall1/) or on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/successwithstaceyhall/). You can also visit her website, successwithstaceyhall.com to receive her Attraction Marketing tips.

CONNECTING WITH PEOPLE By Stacey Hall

There are many different ways to make a connection with others.My preferred way to truly connect with others is through joining a Mastermind group.A Mastermind Group is a planned gathering of goal-oriented people, who come together to learn from each other and help each other to have a larger perspective and grow bigger than they…

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WHY NOT! BY Stacey Hall

This is all about building real, authentic relationships and attracting dream clients who actually want to buy your products and services… so you can finally grow your business.

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TALK LESS…ACTIVELY LISTEN MORE…MAKE SALES! BY Stacey Hall

Did you know adults spend an average of 70% of their time engaged in some sort of communication? Research shows that an average of 45% is spent listening compared to 30% speaking, 16% reading, and 9% writing. (Adler, R. et al. 2001). That appears to be a lot of listening…but is it really?Most people may…

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