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Mastering the Entrepreneurial Art of Selling and Winning with Ferrat Destine

The multi-talented man Ferrat Destine is an author, actor, and entrepreneur, currently chairman and CEO of Impress Service LLC. Ferrat Destine fearless and hackneyed dreamer and entrepreneur. Although he currently lives in New Jersey, his home country, Haiti remains dear to him. Ferrat studied at Saint Louis de Gonzague in 1997, and later, Grand College L’Humanisme in 2004. After completing his studies in Haiti, his desire to be more and do more led him to America in 2017, where he graduated in Information Systems and Technology at Union County College. Ferrat has been an extraordinary creator since he was a kid. He loves writing articles and poems. He published “Sentimental Virus”, a collection of poems at a young age. His creativity led him into working with popular magazines like Trihum, Connexion, and Spotliht. His other works are “Qui-etes-Vous?”, a meetup for students and Haitian artists of all genres, and “Les Dessous Inavoues” Haiti’s first picture novel which was proudly sponsored by Sogebank. Today Ferrat is not just an author and creator but a successful entrepreneur and founder of a thriving cleaning agency loved by a lot of people in New Jersey. As an entrepreneur himself, Ferrat has this to say about selling and winning.


Ferrat feels it is pretty easy to find people who call themselves entrepreneurs, even though they are not. “To some extent, being an entrepreneur is more than owning a business. One special skill that sets entrepreneurs apart from 99% of the population is their unbeatable ability to sell. You could be a good planner, have a great product, but still lack the crucial ability to sell which entrepreneurs all entrepreneurs must have. Selling means value, and more value only creates the opportunity for more profit.”


“The first sales skill an entrepreneur must possess is an unreserved willingness to take risks on prospects. You must be willing to take your prospects out of their comfort zone. Stir them into testing the limit of what they are willing to invest and you will land more sales than you can imagine. Taking risks on your prospects will not just land you more sales, like starting a successful business, it will land you more profitable sales and turn your entire business around positively. Next, the entrepreneur says you must focus on the most important processes and aspects of your business.” According to Ferrat, if you focus on sales, you can build products and services that create value for customers, and you must improve that product based on feedback until your products or services become an indispensable part of your customer’s daily lives.

Ferrat is a planner and encourages entrepreneurs to have a unique plan for success. “It starts by thinking about what you can do that others haven’t done or are not doing. You must be deliberate and strategic about what you want to be.”


Lastly, Ferrat advises entrepreneurs to think about themselves as the true owner who bears the highest burden of the losses. “That alone should play a part in making you want to sell more and in better ways. Talk about your product like your life depended on it, and watch your customers share those feelings.” Ferrat’s work has brought him recognition by the Haitian Prime Minister Marie Laurence Jaceline Lassegue. He is currently based in the United States and has led his company, Impress Service LLC through the pandemic emerging as the people’s favorite, and the #1 cleaning Agency in New Jersey



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