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Seems many executives choke a bit when it comes to inviting a client out to lunch ... and the bigger the client, the more anxiety about lunch. It's really easy to invite a client to a business lunch - and you are only limited by your own creativity.
I hosted more than 3,000 client lunches during my years in advertising sales - though I'm quite sure that is a conservative estimate. My guess today would lean more toward 4,000. During that time, I saw my sales increase by more than 2,000%! That told me that I was doing SOMETHING right. I was compelled to share my tips and techniques with the world ... and so I wrote "The Art of the Business Lunch."
I'm off to another FABULOUS business lunch and I want YOU to come along for the ride! Here are some super tips and techniques for building PRODUCTIVE relationships over a meal (or coffee! Breakfast is the new lunch!) There is no better way to create quality FACE TIME than by sharing a meal with clients and associates! Share a Meal & Close the Deal!
There are so many reasons for ordering a more healthy lunchtime meal - to watch your weight and eat healthy, to have food that is easy to eat (it's a LOT easier to get small bites of a piece of fish in your mouth than it is to down ribs or an over-sized burger!), and to focus more on the meeting that the eating. But there is another reason why you might want to order salads, fish, or lean meat - especially when out with clients.
Whether I'm meeting a client for happy hour, taking clients or friends to a business lunch, or just building relationships, having a list of the best restaurants in Las Vegas handy makes scheduling networking and socializing events much easier.