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Nov 24, 2020

Today is our special Thanksgiving episode! In episode 527 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we're going to talk all about family, and the meaning of being thankful for who, rather than what. This is going to change your perspective and outlook as you head to your Thanksgiving dinner. We also get a little emotional, so get ready!

Some key points we discuss include:

  • The meaning behind being thankful for WHO rather than WHAT.
  • The importance of making peace and remembering why you love those around you.
  • Why you shouldn’t want to wrap up and throw away 2020 just because of the unprecedented challenges.

We both want to give you all our universal thanks. Thank you die-hards for being with us, we have millions of downloads all thanks to you. To hear more on Thanksgiving gratitude, don’t forget to tune in to episode 527 of the Sell or Die Podcast.

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Nov 17, 2020

It’s coming to that time of year where we start seeing the holiday deals roll in from Black Friday and Cyber Monday. In episode 526 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we're going to talk about the impact these holiday deals and prices can have on you as a salesperson.

Some key points we discuss include:

  • Why you should not be cutting your prices as a salesperson during this time of year.
  • How you can create value in your products and therefore increase demand.
  • Why you can’t compare your industry to the retail industry during the holidays.

Find a bargain, but don’t sell one. At the end of the day, you as an entrepreneur and salesperson are in an entirely different industry than those major retailers that are offering discounted prices right now. To hear more about holiday deals and pricing, as well as the impact it has on your value as a salesperson, don’t forget to tune in to episode 526 of the Sell or Die Podcast.

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Nov 10, 2020

The uncertainty of the US election results keeps us on edge. Fear and anxiety creeps in. But should we focus on that? In episode 525 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we're going to share with you some tips in terms on what to focus on, and the importance of realigning your attention.

Some key points we discuss include:

  • If you turn your focus on yourself, and your own world, you will find more peace.
  • Focusing on what you cannot control is damaging not only for you, but for everything you've dreamed of.
  • If you find it in your heart to genuinely believe that everything will work out in your favor, you will immediately see all the good things that life has to offer and begin creating your OWN reality.

Yes, it's scary to face the uncertainty. But you don't need to focus on that! List the things you are most certain of, and just jump on that! To hear more about realigning focus and easing uncertainties, don’t forget to tune in to episode 525 of the Sell or Die Podcast.

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Nov 3, 2020

In episode 524 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we want to talk to you about a subject that has eluded salespeople for a long time. That subject is listening. When we say listen, we don’t mean you listening to others, rather, how to get other people to listen to YOU.

Some key points we discuss include:

  • How you can establish yourself as a speaker that people want to listen to.
  • A real-life example of people failing to listen, and how you can encourage them to actively listen.
  • Tools and techniques you can implement to encourage active listening.

The lesson for the day is to create a compelling, humorous, and memorable message that other people WANT to listen to, not HAVE to listen to. To hear more about why active listening is important for your sales, don’t forget to tune in to episode 524 of the Sell or Die Podcast.

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Oct 27, 2020

In episode 523 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we have special guest Renee DeLuca Dolan. Renee is the founder and President of Contempo Design + Communications, a company that provides visual branding, graphics design, and other creative ad services. In this episode, we are diving into the topic of  supporting female entrepreneurs and the Female Entrepreneur Summit which is Renee’s very own brainchild. Renee shared with us her own journey of how she got into sales and how she founded her own company, and the story behind the successful summit for female entrepreneurs.

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • Renee shares her background story on how she got into sales and how she created her company
  • Renee also discusses what motivated her summit, the Female Entrepreneur Summit, and how she sees the need to create a safe space for women in business
  • Finally, Renee teaches us the key principles of entrepreneurship and sales and shares with us her own secret sauce to becoming a successful CEO

 

Renee started as an employee in the corporate world, but the restrictions and limitations in that environment pushed her to build her own company. Renee quickly experienced the struggles of starting up her own business as a female entrepreneur. That’s why she decided to organize the Female Entrepreneur Summit. If you want to learn more about how Renee’s story unfolds, tune in to episode 523 of the Sell or Die Podcast.

 

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Oct 20, 2020

In episode 522 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we have special guest Jonathan Gallagher. Jonathon is co-founder of Coastal Payroll Services, a San Diego based payroll and HR service provider. In this episode, we are diving into the topic of payroll, because it’s something everyone uses. Jonathan shares his background and how he got involved with Coastal Payroll Services, as well as the opportunity he saw to set his company apart from others.

Some key points we discuss include:

  • Jonathan discusses his background and how he went from an ADP employee to co-founder of Coastal Payroll Services.
  • Jonathan shares how sales opportunities opened up for him after getting involved with Coastal Payroll Services.
  • Jonathan teaches us how to utilize an economic downturn as a time to gain customer trust.
  • And finally, Jonathan explains how having an outstanding corporate culture leads to a remarkable business

Jonathon has grown his team to over 13 people and they are currently seeing some remarkable results. The future looks very promising for both him and Coastal Payroll Services. There’s opportunity everywhere, you just have to be willing to be of true value and help like Jonathon. 

To hear more about payroll systems and Jonathon’s story, don’t forget to tune in to episode 522 of the Sell or Die Podcast.

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Oct 13, 2020

This is your time right now to advance in the sales world. In episode 521 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we are diving into reframing your ability to think and act like a winner. Rather than focusing on closing the sale, we’re going to provide insight on the entire process by which a sale is made, with the end goal of hearing the word YES from your prospect.

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • Rather than simply going for the close in your sale, why not compile hearing the word yes until you get the ultimate yes?
  • Count how many times someone says yes to you instead of how many sales you have.
  • If you can look at this from a lighthearted way, yet a serious understanding of what it means to you, then you will take a more positive and winning approach as you go out to face your competitors. 

 

Get more YES. Take this as an opportunity to renew yourself and your commitment to personal excellence so that you can emerge as an absolute winner in recovering from the pandemic. 

To hear more about your sales process revamp and focusing on the YES, don’t forget to tune in to episode 521 of the Sell or Die Podcast.

 

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Oct 6, 2020

You will want to pay close attention to this episode. In episode 520 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we are diving into the specific details you need to know on the secret of emerging in a way that your new prospects or existing customers will engage deeply enough to want to buy from you.

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • You have to find out how to help people not just make sales at this moment in time, there’s a bigger picture.
  • Stop making the selling process painful and start building back relationships.
  • When it comes to referring someone, you have to be sold on it. You need to know why this person is worth learning more about and the back story. 

 

We’re challenging you guys that now is time to emerge with the voice of your customers who love you. Let them be the voice of reason and testimonial to put you in a positive light so others won’t be reluctant to deal with you. To hear more about your audience engagement secret to generate sales, don’t forget to tune in to episode 520 of the Sell or Die Podcast.

 

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Sep 29, 2020

Right now the world is upside down, between Covid-19, elections, and all of the disruption happening. In episode 519 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we are diving into how you as a salesperson can keep your eye on the prize through this time of division. We are also talking about how now is the time to build relationships and create those connections. 

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • We’re divided. The only thing uniting people right now is our profession - sales. 
  • You must have true confidence and know within your heart that your success is inevitable.
  • Now it’s time to go out and start winning.

 

The economy is coming back and it’s going to go far with or without you. You have to decide how you’re going to appear post-COVID. It’s coming very quickly, and when it shows up, the competitors of yours are preparing right now. To hear more about how you create connection in a time of division and build relationships, don’t forget to tune in to episode 519 of the Sell or Die Podcast.

 

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Sep 22, 2020

As a business owner and salesperson, 2020 has thrown a fair amount of challenges your way. Maybe the second and third quarter didn’t go so well for you in business, now it’s time for you to put yourself in a different mindset as you finish out the year. In episode 518 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we are diving into how you can make a 90 day sales plan that will bring you momentum as you go into 2021. 

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • When you make your plan, get your goals in alignment with senior members of your team, and have the same goal. 
  • Aim for 3 virtual sales calls a day. That’s 60 sales calls a month, and if you do it right, that’s 180 calls before this year ends.
  • Start on your 90 day sales plan now. Getting ahead rather than cramming your sales in the last quarter of the year will pay off.

 

Now is the time to be developing and taking action on your 90 day sales plan. We’re challenging you to take action now, start setting your goals, and don’t stop until you accomplish them. To hear more about how you can set up a 90 day sales plan for the final quarter of this year and ensure that you enter into 2021 with full steam ahead, don’t forget to tune in to episode 518 of the Sell or Die Podcast.

 

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Sep 15, 2020

In episode 517 of the Sell or Die Podcast,  we have a special guest Mary Grothe. Mary is the CEO of her firm, Sales BQ, and has a driving goal to help CEOs avoid the cost of bad sales hires. Mary is sharing her top tips on how you can be the best salesperson out there and how she got to where she is today. 

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • The beginning of Mary’s story and how she got involved in sales.
  • Instead of pulling her foot off the gas as she began to reach success, Mary decided to work harder. 
  • Mary breaks down what BQ means and why she founded a company based on this principle.

 

You have to have intelligence, emotion, and behave in the right way to make it in sales. You can’t just go out and take a job in sales just to make money, those people fail every single time. Plus, if you don't love what you do, you rise to mediocre every time. To learn more from Mary on how to be the best in sales, don’t forget to tune in to episode 517 of the Sell or Die Podcast to dive even deeper into all the points outlined above.

 

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Sep 8, 2020

In episode 516 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we are breaking down core elements that went into our webinar and how we turned it into a success, that way you can take these elements and ensure that your future presentations have a favorable result as well.

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • The first element is content - there was an attractive content about renewing yourself and recovering from the Pandemic.
  • Define the situation, then talk about the opportunity behind your information and why your audience should learn what you have to say.
  • Finally, the last core element is outcome. The outcome of this particular webinar is short-term but we also provided a long-term outcome which is the offer I have at the end of the webinar. 

 

Even when you think your webinar can’t get that much better, the more you do it the better it can get. Recognize that if your information is valuable, it’s lasting. It’s not just good for the moment, it’ll be good for a long time. And for even more details on the core elements to running a successful webinar, don’t forget to tune in to episode 516 of the Sell or Die Podcast to learn even more about all the points outlined above.

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Sep 1, 2020

When it comes to making sales, it’s much easier to talk to someone who already wants to buy as opposed to convincing someone to buy. In episode 515 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we are talking about the number one way you can establish expertise and attract people who want to buy from you.

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • If you put out value, people will want more.
  • What's the title you give to yourself? That’s what you can become known as, and ask yourself if this title portrays something you are trying to transfer.
  • Figure out what you’re an expert in and determine if you are communicating your expertise in the best possible way.

 

It comes down to simply disciplining yourself and determining that you are going to become an expert in your field. Then, putting out valuable and attractive content. And for even more details on the number one way to build expertise and develop client attraction, don’t forget to tune in to episode 515 of the Sell or Die Podcast to learn even more about all the points outlined above.

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Aug 25, 2020

It’s important to think about all the key elements leading up to that one major strategy that’ll close the sale. In episode 514 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we are talking about the number one thing that’ll create more potential sales, we’re also breaking down the important steps you must take to reach this higher potential in sales.

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • It’s the elements that lead up to that one strategy that closes the sale, rather than simply saying it all comes down to just one thing.
  • The ultimate thing to increase potential sales is trust. Trust is the element that leads up to relationships, and without trust, there’s no relationship.
  • Confidence in yourself and your services help build that foundation of trust.

 

I want you to go out and earn a sale, not make a sale. When you earn a sale, it's because you have delivered on the value, believability, likability, and trust. And for even more details on how to increase potential sales by our number one tip, don’t forget to tune in to episode 514 of the Sell or Die Podcast to learn even more about all the points outlined above.

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Aug 18, 2020

Distractions and concentration are the two things that make up the ability of any salesperson to complete the task at hand. In episode 513 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we are talking about the role of distractions and concentration in sales, and how to improve your focus by eliminating those distractions.

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • Not being focused on the mission and deadline is the major reason people don’t complete projects on time.
  • You as a salesperson need to put yourself in a position where you pre-communicate where you're going to be and what you’re doing.
  • When you complete tasks without distraction, you can actually accomplish something. If you need a timer to set discipline into your mind, whatever you need to close off distractions, do it.

 

Focus on yourself, make sure your distractions are near zero when you’re trying to get something done. And for even more details on how to improve focus by eliminating distractions, don’t forget to tune in to episode 513 of the Sell or Die Podcast to learn even more about all the points outlined above.

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Aug 11, 2020

Sometimes for business growth, you have to take a step back. In episode 512 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we are talking about the importance of perspective and stepping back once in a while to analyze and reflect on your progress. In order to continue growing and avoid burn-out, stepping back is essential.

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • How we’ve taken a month to change up our scenery, go to the beach, and use this time to take a hard look at the course our business is going in.
  • Take a long look at what it is you intend to do for the next 12 months, and make sure you truly believe in the process and the product.
  • We’re going through a metamorphosis of sales. The sales world will never go back to the way it was.

 

Remember when it comes to business growth and moving forward, sometimes we just need a step back. And for even more details on how we’ve implemented taking a step back in our own business journey, don’t forget to tune in to episode 512 of the Sell or Die Podcast to learn even more about all the points outlined above.

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Aug 4, 2020

Relaxed productivity can be a good thing. In episode 511 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we are talking about the concept of how doing less can increase productivity in your business. When you’re not under the stress of having to do something every hour and having a non-stop busy day, this allows you to expand your mind and go into a zone you don’t normally get to go into.

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • Having a laid-back day with no time constraints allows you to have maximum thought expansion and encourages more productivity.
  • You shouldn’t have to go away to get free time, you should be able to build that into your schedule no matter where you are. 
  •  Being busy does not equal being productive. It just equals being busy.

 

You may feel at the end of the day you had a full day of accomplishment, but I challenge you to ask yourself what is the depth of your accomplishment, rather than the length. And for even more details on how doing less can make you more productive, don’t forget to tune in to episode 511 of the Sell or Die Podcast to learn even more about all the points outlined above.

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Jul 28, 2020

When it comes to sales, the key is always in the follow-up. In episode 510 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we have Jeff Shore as a guest. Jeff is a writer, consultant, podcast host of The Buyer’s Mind, and just released his new book called Follow Up and Close The Sale. We will be talking about the science of the follow-up and the close when it comes to sales.

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • It’s important to acknowledge that buyers may have different motivations, but it always comes down to an emotion-based decision.
  • Everyone’s afraid of intrusion marketing - but if you are adding value to your customer you are not intruding.
  • It doesn’t matter what way you follow up if you’re not putting in the genuine effort, the follow up isn’t going to get you anywhere.

 

When it comes to closing the sale, follow up is key. Any ordinary follow up is not going to work, you must put effort, value, and creativity into your follow up with your customers. And for even more guidance on doing just that, don’t forget to tune in to episode 510 of the Sell or Die Podcast to learn even more about all the points outlined above.

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Jul 21, 2020

When it comes to a business strategy, we can be faced with ups and downs. When it comes to succeeding, you must have the tools and skills to maneuver around any roadblocks that may come in your way. That’s why in episode 509 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we have guest Jamy Bechler, a leadership trainer, and motivational speaker, shedding insight on the similarities between sales and sports. We also dive into business strategy and how to develop an efficient game plan.

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • Sometimes we just have to adjust or we just have to keep on with what we're doing.
  • Why watching films is the greatest thing that salespeople can learn from college athletics or professional athletics.
  • Why mindset is key when it comes to playing the game to win.

 

The game plan behind a sport is quite similar to a business strategy. Sometimes, we just need to persevere and continue as we are. Other times, we have to switch up the plan. And for even more guidance on doing just that, don’t forget to tune in to episode 509 of the Sell or Die Podcast to learn even more about all the points outlined above.

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Jul 14, 2020

Your business will not survive and will not flourish if you don’t know how to become adaptive and learn to transition with the times. That’s why episode 508 of the Sell or Die Podcast is all about tips and tricks on how YOU can pivot your business so it can adapt even through the most difficult time.

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • The importance of perspective in terms of opportunities and questions to ask yourself to evaluate whether your business is adapting during this pandemic.
  •  What can salespeople do to make sales during this transition? And how transitioning means focusing less on sales and focusing more on RELATIONSHIPS.
  • How you can use personal relationships to set your business up for success even with the pandemic.

 

The current situation can become overwhelming even for the greatest entrepreneurs out there. So the challenge for you today is to fast-track your maximum optimum services and rethink entirely how you show up for your customers. And for even more guidance on doing just that, don’t forget to tune in to episode 508 of the Sell or Die Podcast to learn even more about all the points outlined above.

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Jul 7, 2020

I want you to think back to your childhood and coaching moments you lived through. Ask yourself, how have they impacted your life today and shaped who you became? It’s not always the person you are paying with the title of coach - it could be a casual conversation or an event that took place that marks in your head forever. In episode 507 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we’re going to give you some insight you’ve never had before regarding who helps you along your path to success.

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • From personal examples, there were people in our lives without the coach title, but were still massive influencers on our thinking, questioning, and confidence.
  • A good coach is not giving you the answers, the good coach is asking you the right questions so you can figure it out for yourself.
  • Look at who is influencing you, realize that may be a coach providing good influence or bad influence. 

 

If you have the right influence, not just a coach, this could be a mentor, friend, or parent. Any of these sources of influence can make you think differently and take different actions. 

So to hear even more of our tips on how you can gain more insight on who inspires you and coaches you through life, don’t forget to tune in to episode 507 of the Sell or Die Podcast.

 

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Jun 30, 2020

You may have first learned the importance of being prepared while in college or high school. However, it is even more vital to be prepared in the world of sales. In episode 506 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we talk all about the importance of showing up prepared for your customer. 

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • Why you show no respect for your customer when you show up unprepared.
  • The responsibility you have for the level of commitment to your job.
  • How being prepared is key with any routine or ritual.

 

It can be tempting to take the easy way out and get away with doing the least amount of work. However, customers can instantly tell when someone isn’t putting in all of their effort...and that means you NEED to do the extra prep work if you want to succeed. So to hear even more of our tips on how you can show up prepared for your customer, don’t forget to tune in to episode 506 of the Sell or Die Podcast.

 

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Jun 23, 2020

One of the most common questions we get is, “How do you find work life balance?” Well, the truth is...you can’t. And in episode 505 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we talk all about the myth that is work life balance and the mindset you should have instead of chasing “balance.”

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • Why work life balance really doesn’t exist, and the mindset you SHOULD have about finding “balance.”
  • Tips for sharing responsibilities as parents during quarantine.
  • How to take back control over your productivity by allocating your time instead of managing it!

 

As much as you might want to find a work life balance, it’s much more valuable to take control of how you are spending your time each day. While most days will not be “balanced” (because that’s pretty impossible to achieve), you can still make them feel productive...as long as you have a winning mindset and a realistic daily schedule. So to hear even more of our tips on doing just that, don’t forget to tune in to episode 505 of the Sell or Die Podcast.

 

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The New Normal Course

Jun 16, 2020

Creating a legacy is easier said than done, but taking control of your present moment is a key first step. So in episode 504 of the Sell or Die Podcast, we’re talking with Mitch Joel about how we can all do just that in the new, post-pandemic world. Mitch Joel is author of Six Pixels of Separation and CTRL ALT Delete as well as a global speaker, so this is one rich conversation!

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • How Mitch’s work as a global speaker has changed in 2020.
  • The difference between “sitting it out” and “doing it out” as we wait to fully embrace the new normal (hint: Mitch - and other post-pandemic winners - are “doing it out.”)
  • Why taking notes can transform your personal and business life, and easy ways you can become more creative.
  • Actionable steps you can take TODAY to start “collecting conversations,” giving unique pitches...and even become a speaker one day.

 

Right now, not all of our diehards have the ability to slow down and reflect and plan for the new normal. But if you can spend this time building a foundation for whatever is going to come next, know that you’re slowing down now to speed things up later. And to hear more about how Mitch is doing just that - and how YOU can also “do it out” instead of “sit it out” - don’t forget to tune in to episode 504 of the Sell or Die Podcast.

 

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The New Normal Course

Jun 9, 2020

Finding opportunities is key if you want to run a successful business, especially during a pandemic. That’s why episode 503 of the Sell or Die Podcast is all about two important questions: are YOU finding opportunities or whining about what is happening around you? And how can you find opportunities in the new normal and adapt your selling techniques to your customers’ new needs?

 

Some key points we discuss include:

  • Why now is the prime time to seek opportunities and dare greatly (and why having this mindset is key to success)
  • The importance of finding out what your customers need NOW and effective sales strategies that will help you succeed in the new sales environment 
  • Why you need to show gratitude and realness to close sales (and how Jeffrey’s The New Normal Course can help you adapt to the new normal like a pro)

 

Now more than ever, people are craving human interaction. So your job is to show up with emotion and realness. And if you don't know who your customers are prior to walking in the door and giving that sales pitch, you're gonna lose to someone who does. Just like you’re going to lose to someone who is conversational and prepared, if you don’t make those traits your own quickly enough. And for even more guidance on doing just that, don’t forget to tune in to episode 503 of the Sell or Die Podcast to learn even more about all the points outlined above.

 

See you next week for another episode of Sell or Die!

If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to post in your stories and tag us, @jengitomer & @jeffreygitomer!  And don’t forget to subscribe, rate and review the podcast and share your key takeaways with us!

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The New Normal Course

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