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Making The Exceptional Normal by Dale…

Making The Exceptional Normal

by Dale Furtwengler

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0966147804, Paperback)

Using the techniques in this book, one client reduced its billing cycle from 3 weeks to 2 days without adding resources, working overtime or modifying its software. Within 60 days the client generated enough cash to pay off its line of credit and left the line untapped for 4 consecutive months.

The CEO of another client says, "In 2 hours, I learn more about what's going on in my business than I used to learn in a whole week".

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