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Listen: Chuck Bauer on the National Business Review Radio Show

Listen: Chuck Bauer on the National Business Review Radio Show
Hosted by Rob Whetham

In this informative and inspiring podcast for National Business Review Radio Show with host Rob Whetham, Chuck Bauer discusses his work, his goals for his clients, and their achievements. Inspired by his influences and own success, Chuck helps people improve their efficiencies and sales tactics. With these improvements in place, people can work smarter, make more money, and take more time off!

“People want to take more time off. Business owners and salespeople use 50-to-60 hours a week for work then come to me for efficiencies. At the end of six months, they have 900 minutes of training time that’s theirs forever.”

—Sales & Business Coach Chuck Bauer

Learn more about the history of Chuck’s sales training and business consulting business in this 9 minute interview. Since 2004, he has had a dramatic impact on over 1,200 clients who range from experienced salespeople and business owners to young professionals just out of college.

Level up YOUR sales and business strategies!

Chuck’s insights come from observing LIVE sales calls and business transactions through his work as a professional business coach, not to mention over 40,000 minutes of LIVE Virtual training per year. His clients, including sales professionals, business owners, and C-level executives, will tell you time and time again that Chuck’s tactics have saved deals, streamlined operations, and skyrocketed revenue. Put Chuck Bauer to work for you and experience immediate gains for yourself and your company.

Contact Chuck NOW!
817-524-8156 or chuck@chuckbauer.com


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