A while ago, I was sitting in my home office on a network marketing training call, when I heard this guy spill the beans as to how he used to prospect people to have a look at his opportunity.
He explains, that the key is to make it short, sharp and to the point, without mentioning the name of the company, products or opportunity.
Here’s how he went about it.
He say’s; (Let’s use Sue as an example…)
Hey there Sue,
Would you be open to a side project that didn’t interfere with what you are currently doing?
…and if not, no big deal!
Yep, Like I said, It’s short, sharp & really hard to misunderstand.
And, if they said Yes,
The next move would be to say, Great.
I actually have to go now, because I have another meeting, but I’ll give you a call tomorrow or the next day with some more details.
Now, what this does, is make the person ponder as to what it could possibly be, and get really excited about their possible new adventure.
Now of course, there is no guarantee that 100% of the people will buy or join, but at the end of the day, it’s simply a rejection free, non spammy way of getting the word out to the people in your circle.
How good is that…?
Ok, that’s me done.
As always, if you have any questions at all,
Please feel free to hit me up and I’ll help you out the best I can.
Ciao for now.
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