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Another very useful application for the book is using it as a business card. When a Speakers Bureau or Meeting Planner requests my speaker packet, my book, along with my demo DVD is FedEx'd to them. We do not send the packets by regular mail. I have been told by recipients of the packages that it distinguishes me from others. Also, when I receive the delivery confirmation email from FedEx it gives us one more reason to contact the client and follow up. " Have the World Come to You! Joyce Schwarz is a futurist, new company launch consultant and Hollywood strategist.
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