: How to get people lining up to do business with you

by Daniel Priestley
3rd April, 2015

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Don't fight for customers, let them fight over you!

Have you ever queued for a restaurant? Pre-ordered something months in advance? Fought for tickets that sell out in a day? Had a hairdresser with a six-month waiting list? There are people who don't chase clients, clients chase them. In a world of endless choices, why does this happen? Why do people queue up? Why do they pay more? Why will they book months in advance? Why are these people and products in such high demand? And how can you get a slice of that action?

In Oversubscribed, entrepreneur and bestselling author Daniel Priestley explains why…and, most importantly, how. This book is a recipe for ensuring demand outstrips supply for your product or service, and you have scores of customers lining up to give you money.


  • Shows leaders, marketers, and entrepreneurs how they can get customers queuing up to use their services and products while competitors are forced to fight for business
  • Explains how to become oversubscribed, even in a crowded marketplace
  • Is full of practical tips alongside inspiring examples to alter our mindsets and get us bursting with ideas
  • Is written by a successful entrepreneur who's used these ideas to excel in the ventures he has launched

DANIEL PRIESTLEY is an entrepreneur and bestselling author who is successful globally in getting products, services and ideas oversubscribed. As a teenager he sold-out nightclub parties, in his 20's he built fast-growth businesses in Australia, Singapore and the UK. He's used the ideas in this book to create one of Australia's fastest growing companies, set a Guinness World Record in the UK, raise millions of venture capital and fundraise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity.
Stay in touch: @DanielPriestley

Details & Specs

Author: Daniel Priestley

Publisher: Capstone

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9780857086198

Publication Date: 3rd April, 2015

Pages: 214

Dimensions: 213 x 139 x 20 mm

Notes: illustrations (black and white)

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