So, you're in Network Marketing.

So, you're in Network Marketing. What's the one thing you have to do every day in order to really earn big. You got it .. prospect. You must talk to your prospects.

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Well, did you ever find yourself talking to a prospect with that uncomfortable feeling in your bellyUh-oh, I've lost control of this conversation! Yikes! You know that when talking to a prospect, you MUST BE and STAY in control of the conversation at all times. The minute you give that up, you're dead in the water. Would it be okay if I could show you a trick that could put your prospect at ease and get you back in control of your conversation again? I just did.

Five little words: Would it be okay if .?

Do you see how instantly at ease it makes you when someone asks your permission to give them valuable information? They never say no. Think of all the ways you can use this simple technique. Would it be okay if I showed you a way you can work from the comfort of your own home instead of commuting 2 hours every day? Would it be okay if I showed you a way to generate 20 leads a day on Facebook for free with only 30 minutes of your time? Or, my personal favorite: Would it be okay if I showed you how have the UPS man deliver an asset that increases in value to your door every month on autoship instead of a consumable product? (Feel free to ask me about which primary business works with that introduction)

Anyway, you get the picture. The possibilities are endless. When you get stuck, go right to "Would it be okay if" and watch how fast you recover. Hey, even if you're not stuck, it's a good phrase to use to point your prospect to an answer of YES. After all, our conversations with our prospects should always deliver a series of YESes right to our door. But more on that another time.

Posted in Business Service Post Date 03/16/2016


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