Tag Archive: sales

Sep 09

How to get someone who is skeptical to join your business or buy from you

A question I get from time to time is how to get someone who is skeptical to join your business or buy from you, and this post I cover some tips surrounding that question. How to get someone who is negative to join your business and buy from you…You Don’t! Here’s the thing, a lot …

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Jun 23

You need to be using me too statements in your business presentations and avoid not me statements

A lot of people unknowingly turn off their prospects in their business presentations or while prospecting, and the major cause is not using me too statements, and instead they use a lot of not me statements. The difference in a me too statement and a not me statement Being agreeable and interested in what people …

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Jun 15

Are you telling your prospects and team what they want to hear or need to hear?

It may seem counter intuitive, but if you shouldn’t tell your team and prospects what they want to hear, you need to tell them what they need to hear. Don’t be a “yes man” and only tell people what they want to hear I struggled for a long time at building my business because I …

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Jun 13

You need to avoid getting emotionally attached to the outcome of your business presentation

One thing I’ve found that a lot of people new to network marketing struggle with is that they get emotionally attached to the outcome of their business presentations, and take a no way too hard.  Building a successful network marketing business is a numbers game If you want to be a top earner in network …

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May 05

Are You Congruent With What You Represent In Your Business?

If you aren’t being a product of the product and if you aren’t congruent with what you represent as a business it could be costing you a lot of revenue. Being a product of the product not only makes sense but it gives you credibility Unfortunately I run into a lot people marketing their businesses …

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