Christine Clifford’s Main Accomplishments Include . . .
Her experience taught her how to market and sell products, services and herself. Now, Christine Clifford shares that message with others. For eight consecutive years as the retail services industry’s top salesperson, Christine Clifford directed accounts including Target, Toys ‘R’ Us, and Revlon. Ultimately Christine led her company to over $54 million in annual sales, and signed the industry’s record account with Procter & Gamble.
Diagnosed with breast cancer in 1994, Christine Clifford wrote a humorous portrayal of her story in Not Now, I’m Having A No Hair Day! which wasa nominee for 1996’s “Best Motivational Book”. Christine is also the author of Our Family Has Cancer, Too!, Inspiring Breakthrough Secrets to Live Your Dreams,Cancer Has Its Privileges, Your Guardian Angel’s Gift, and You, Inc: The Art of Selling Yourself, and contributed to threeChicken Soup books. Her latest book is Let’s Close a Deal! Turn Contacts into Paying Customers for Your Company, Product, Service or Cause.
Why Christine Clifford
- Learn how to close deals in an intuitive way that identifies how and why a deal will appeal, and learn how to present your deal in a compelling way. Christine Clifford shows you how to present information so persuasively that it increases the likelihood of getting a “yes.” When you understand that the closing part of a negotiation should honor everyone involved instead of taking advantage of them, you’ll begin to close deals with major corporations, organizations or individuals who can propel your business to the next level.
- Anybody who sells for a living knows instinctively that you’re not just selling the product-what you’re really selling is you.
Working from that basic but essential premise, Christine Clifford provides a treasure trove of selling and marketing insights that even the most veteran sales rep will benefit from.In a day and age where everything in business moves at the speed of light, Christine offers powerful and remarkable tips that will distinguish you from all of your competitors .
According to CNN, Christine Clifford is “one of the world’s leading authorities on the use of therapeutic humor.” As a two- time cancer survivor, Christine has taken her cartoons and stories from her award-winning books around the world to help others facing adversity find a way to discover humor in life’s predicaments. Don’t forget to laugh!
Christine Clifford has been featured in Better Homes & Gardens, MORE, American Health, and Golf Digest and appeared on CNN Live, Lifetime’s New Attitudes, and the Leeza Show.
Christine Clifford founded and runs The Cancer Club; the world’s largest producer of humorous and helpful products for people with cancer.
More About Christine Clifford . . .
Celebrating her 40th birthday, approaching her 20th wedding anniversary and buying the home of her dreams, Christine Clifford’s world was turned upside down when she was diagnosed with breast cancer, the disease that killed her mother at the age of 42. Christine believes that her diagnosis of cancer was a gift that allowed her to make changes in her life and reprioritize. Creating The Cancer Club, Christine Clifford uses her 30+ years of marketing expertise to spearhead “the most exciting new business venture to come along in many a decade”.
Today, Christine consults with companies on marketing with a special emphasis on branding and positioning. She now combines her wisdom, humor, insight and lifetime experiences to encourage great accomplishments in others. Don’t forget to laugh!™ and Don’t forget to ask!™ are her two trademarks.
From 1998 to 2002 she hosted the Christine Clifford Celebrity Golf Invitational, which raised over $1 million for breast cancer research and won the American Cancer Society’s “Council of Excellence” Award.
Christine Clifford is a contributing author to Chicken Soup for the Survivor’s Soul, Chicken Soup for the Golfer’s Soul, Chicken Soup for the Writer’s Soul, and is featured in the books The Courage to Laugh and The Triumph of the Human Spirit: Real Cancer Survivors, Real Battles, Real Victories.
Christine Clifford also serves on the boards of Angel Foundation and the state chapter of the National Speakers’ Association.