Houston's Network Marketing NO "Pitch" Skills Training
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Picture from the Magic Sequence of Words workshop with Tom Big Al Schreiter July 07, 2009
Thanks to all the Houston Network Marketing Meetup members for attending and a special "Thanks, Big Al", for inviting the Meetup group to attend your "Magic Sequences of Words" workshop.
Those who attended learned WHY and HOW to use some seemingly ordinary but actually mind bending sequences of words:
Would it be ok if …
If – Then
Most People ..
So what is going to be easier for you?
As Big Al recommended, if we start working these key phrases into our everyday conversations, they will become so natural we won’t even realize we are manipulating the subconscious minds of others ALL the time.
By the way, Shari, the Organizer of the Meetup Group, was working behind the scenes last night arranging future meetups with with two MAJOR Players in the Network Marketing Profession, special guests Keith Schreiter, who is the Master Distributor in his Network Marketing Company and Art Jonak, also known World-Wide for teaching techniques that he uses even today to build a huge organization.
Art has put together the
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Those who attended the Houston Network Marketing Meetup Thursday evening learned a valuable technique when ‘listening’ to others.
Good questions to ask in helping you determine a person’s personality:
1. What type of work do you do? What do you like best about it?
What do you like least about it? G Y B R
2. What is the most fun thing you do in your normal day? G Y B R
3. What would be your ideal way to earn a living? G Y B R
4. Tell me about your level of self-confidence? G Y B R
5. Tell me about your closest friend. G Y B R
6. Are you more of a people-person or are you more comfortable being by yourself?
G Y B R
7. Tell me how you make decisions? (What process do you go thru?) G Y B R
There are also other resources available that can help us go from learning that this ‘secret language’ exists to near mastery. However, as Tom “Big Al” Schreiter says, if you can get it right 50% of the time, that’s good too.
You might want to add this to your Network Marketing Skills library.
From Tom “Big Al’s” site.
(clicking will take you directly to his site)
Learn the secret language of prospects, that INSTANTLY goes to their minds and to their hearts . . . so that you can say just a few sentences and your prospects will want to join!
There is also a 100 page E-Book available. Contact Jennifer Fisher, for details.
Please note the Organizers do NOT receive any financial benefit from the sales of any skills tools from any source.
Happy Networking !
Unless you truly believe in your product or service, you aren’t going to be a good Prospector.
Some people don’t like the word Prospector because it creates visions of jumping out at people in the dark to get their attention long enough for you to tell them about your product. But, a Prospector is just someone looking intently for something of value. Your Prospect could turn out to be valuable to you if your approach is respectful and dignified.
If you approach someone in the first place, you obviously are of the assumption that whatever you’re offering will be of value to them. So, keep it simple. If you tell someone about a good restaurant you went to, do you call and read the menu to them? If you see a good movie, do you call and read the script to them? Of course not. You just say that you ate the best steak you’ve ever put in your mouth and think they’d enjoy it too. Or you say you saw a really funny movie and think they should go see it and have a good belly laugh. Use this same strategy when prospecting.
For instance, you might say something like…"Prospect, I’ve been taking XYZ Supplements for two weeks and I threw away my glasses yesterday. You might want to try them and see if they help you too."
Then you drop it.
Hand them a business card or give them the website address or a sample with your contact information on it. Then change the subject. If they’re interested in knowing more, they’ll start asking questions. If they’re afraid to ask questions for fear of getting trapped in a 3-hour conversation, you’ve given them the option of looking at your information on the sly and making a decision before they approach you about it. If they aren’t interested in knowing more, you’ve salvaged a friendship.
If they should start asking questions, just answer that particular question. Don’t go into the history of the company and the scientific data behind the product’s creation, etc. And don’t give them answers to questions they haven’t asked yet! You most likely don’t have all the answers, so you’ll just stir up a whole can of worms and make yourself and your company look slimy. They’ll eventually get all the information they need. Why do you think we spend 12 years in school? We need time to absorb what we’ve taken in to make room for more.
• Don’t exaggerate. People don’t like to be tricked. Besides, your product should speak for itself, so you shouldn’t have a need to enhance it.
• Don’t try to skirt around the issue or deliberately leave out information about the product, company or marketing plan that you think the Prospect might not like. They will find out eventually. Re-read that last sentence. Who’s going to look bad? Who’s going to be the big loser in the game of manipulation? I’ll cheat and give you the answer…it’s not the Prospect.
• Don’t manipulate people for short term gain. It leads to long term pain. Mainly for you because nobody will ever listen to you again.
• Don’t try to make the sale at any cost. It gives the Network Marketing Industry a bad name. It’s best to wait until the Prospect is comfortable with their decision rather than push them into something you may both regret.
A few thoughts to ponder…
* Tell a Prospect and they’ll forget.
* Show a Prospect and they just might remember.
* Involve a Prospect in a comfortable conversation and they’ll understand."
Mentoring is not about teaching people. It’s about helping them to understand and learn. It’s an on-going relationship that encourages the learning process.
Candice Turner is an active member of the Houston Network Marketing Meetup Group,. Learn more about Candy and what she is doing by visiting the Meetup Group site. Better yet, come meet her in person at a Houston Network Marketing Meetup.
If you would like to submit a generic article to the Houston Network Marketing Blog site, contact Shari, the organizer, or myself (Jennifer). To contribute, you must have attended at least one of the Meetups.
What: 2 Simple Life-changing Tricks
When: April 11, 2009 8:00 PM
Meetup Description: If you use the internet for lead generation then Shari and Jennifer
would like to invite you all to listen in on a live tele-conference
hosted by a generic training group called Mentoring For Free.
Check the information below for the details. The call will only last
2 Simple Life-changing Tricks
Cruel fact #1: If you want to build a big inc0me online, you need
to be able to do some writing.
Cruel fact #2: Most people can’t write.
Cruel fact #3: Those who do write … usually do it wrong.
On Saturday night, April 11th, at 7:55 pm Central time, Richard
Dennis, author of the book, "Evil Medicine", will demonstrate the
two simple life-changing tricks, along with several examples, that
will have you writing magnetic stories within minutes. You’ll also
get the url for a very useful file you can download.
This training could be worth a lot of m0ney to you. To listen in,
just contact Shari or Jennifer and we’ll
give you the call-in number. Hope you’ll join us!
you can also email one of us
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