“I don’t want to talk to people I know.”
Our new team member says, “I don’t want to contact my friends or relatives. I want to advertise to people I don’t know.”
Does this look like a “belief” problem with our new team member? Yes. Our new team member is not convinced of the value of our business, or if our business will even work. This team member does not want his family and friends to take a risk.
If our new team member has these thoughts, cold prospects will pick up on this lack of belief also. This could have a very unhappy ending.
We need to go back to our business presentation and see where we went wrong. We need to make our business more valuable, so that our new team members will proudly promote it to their friends and relatives.
People make decisions based on what they remember, not on what they forget.
How much of our presentations do prospects remember?
Almost nothing. In a day or two, all they remember is a few stories.
The more stories we put into our presentation, the more our prospects will remember. Stories are not only effective because they talk to the subconscious mind, but they are also easy for prospects to remember.
So, how good are our stories? If they need improvement, today is a great day to start.
What happens in the first few seconds when prospects meet us?
Prospects make a quick decision about us based on three programs. We want to survive this first defense of our prospects.
Meeting new people is a science, and we can learn exactly how to do it. That means we will have unlimited prospects for life.
The best way to learn this skill?
The How To Meet New People Guidebook is a quick and easy way to learn how to bond with strangers so they hear our message.