November 2011

Cover_2011_November Welcome to this month’s issue on Persuasion.

If we are speaking to a small child or we’re speaking to a prospect, it’s how we speak that will have people listen or not. So often we are trying to persuade someone and this month we are going to explore how the experts speak so people will listen.

Enjoy this issue and finish 2011 strong, what you do today matters!

Aim high!

George Madiou

Features

If You Don't Believe What You Are Saying... SHUT UP! by Dale Calvert

Watch Dale explain the 5 Levels of Communication and share with you what causes people to respond to what you say People, respond to those that communicate with conviction and emotion. Most people communicate by restating the facts which translates as blah blah blah, blah, blah blah. Let me explain deeper....Read More »

Persuasion – How to Speak So People Listen by Terri Levine

You can’t please all the people all the time, but you can hold their attention long enough to get your point across if you master the basics! Why are there some speakers that can command the attention of everyone in the room, while others struggle to compete with the mumblings of...Read More »

Life, Death, and the Pursuit of Persuasion by Russ McNeil

By incorporating these 3 specific aspects throughout your prospecting conversations, you will transfer more belief, persuade more prospects, and build a bigger business. There are many facets to our industry: products, customers, training, sponsoring, promoting, and prospecting just to name a few. These facets are very different from each other and...Read More »

The Warm Market Myth by Roberto Torres

Why not tap into your current warm market WHILE persuading others to know, like and trust you? The subject of “Warm Market” has been thrown around our industry for years. Contact your warm market; don’t contact your warm market, etc. The trend in the last few years has been that contacting...Read More »

How to Talk So People Listen by Michael Bernoff

Remember, it starts with you persuading you to be focused on a solution You shouldn’t HAVE to use Persuasion when talking to someone about your opportunity. It seems like since people want to earn more money, have their own schedule instead of having to clock-in and out at a real job,...Read More »

I Am Clairvoyant (and so are you) by Larry Hochman

The more I look around – and within – the more I begin to realize we all have some level of clairvoyance. I got a vision today of the concept of clairvoyance, or clear vision. Most people see this as someone who peers into the future, tells you the winning lottery...Read More »

Persuasion by Julie Ziglar Norman

Believe, and do the next right thing by helping your prospect get what they need to have a better life! I am a person who wants to start before the beginning. If the question is “How do I get someone to listen when I speak to them about my business or...Read More »

How To Speak So People Listen by Sean Murphy

Your next conversation will happen very soon, learn to speak with all your senses They are doing all the talking! No matter what you think, or how good your presentation is, they are doing all the talking. Let me see if I can explain my point of view. Right now, you...Read More »

The Gift of Listening by Richard Brooke

The gift of listening is the gift of healing Ever been chatting with someone and, before you can even finish your sentence, they interrupt to share their own thought or finish yours for you? Or perhaps you are in the middle of making an important point and their attention is pulled...Read More »

If You Are Missing These Elements of Persuasion Then You Are Leaving Money On The Table! by David Feinstein

These three will set you a nice foundation until you start adding other’s to the mix. If you’re alive in 2011, then you’re roughly exposed to about 3000 marketing messages a day, give or take. However the fact is that most of those messages have no affect on us, or sometimes...Read More »

Arthur's Corner by Arthur Tugman

Mighty Monthly Musings Success can’t be persuaded until failure is tolerated. Arthur Tugman ~ Thinking outside the box is sparring for success. Arthur Tugman ~ Opportunity for success is no different than dreaming of failure. Arthur Tugman ~ You can’t eat up success until you’re fed up with failure. Arthur Tugman...Read More »

Persuasion by Blair Warren

The master of the famed Crooked Wisdom website, where straight thoughts on effective living in a defective world are common fare expounds on his explorations and discoveries of his favorite subject: Human nature.  Blair, it fascinates me that you have such a varied history in communication. Is that where the...Read More »

Articles

A Thankful Thanksgiving by Jim Rohn

Let’s do our best to be aware of the many great gifts that we have each and every day of the year. You may be wondering why I would call this article a Thankful Thanksgiving. Aren’t all Thanksgivings Thankful? Unfortunately, no. As a person who has experienced over 70 Thanksgivings, I...Read More »

Get a New Attitude by Chris Widener

I guarantee you, no matter what your attitude is, it is affecting you – and your success. One of the first and foremost things to do to change your life is to change your attitude. Attitude is fundamental to the success or failure that we experience in our life. Are you...Read More »

“Crossbreeding” Can Promote Harmonious Business Relationships by Dana Gore

My words of wisdom are to get to know those in your organization whether they are in your team or not. We are all people and have so much to share. According to MacMillan Dictionary, the word harmonious means “friendly and peaceful, harmonious colors or parts combine well with each other”...Read More »

The MLM Sky is Still Not Falling! by Len Clements

FDA Draft Guidance for Supplement Industry Us Baby Boomers, and what ever they call those that came the generation before us (Gen W?) will surely remember the story of Chicken Little (a.k.a Henny Penny; Chicken Licken), who tried desperately to inform all who would listen that the world was ending. His...Read More »

Zig on... Employment by Zig Zigler

Employers are looking for someone who is willing to get the job done… and get it done without complaining or griping. In today’s job market, employers consider a multitude of factors when choosing qualified employees. They may be looking for people with a certain skill set or a certain educational background....Read More »

Protect Your Assets! How to Avoid Tax Scams by Sandy Botkin

STOP! Before you blow your hard-earned cash on any training materials and documents, take a deep breath and read this article. “The money is the same, whether you earn it or scam it.” – Bobby Heenan “Who said crime doesn’t pay? Look at how much Madoff made.” – Anonymous You are...Read More »

Never Give Up On Your Dreams by Sue Seward

What would it feel like to leave a million dollars sitting on the table and walking away? That’s what happens when we quit too soon. Building a business in Network Marketing takes time and effort. It’s not always easy street and there’s no free lunch as the saying goes. Success doesn’t...Read More »

Overcoming the fear of rejection by Denis Waitley

Only a person who risks is truly free To conquer your fear of rejection, you need to handle the word “no” in a constructive way. When people turn you down after a presentation, you have to interpret the “no” as “no this is not right for me now.” We also can...Read More »

Spotlights

David Schmidt and LIFEWAVE by David Schmidt

On a mission to improve the quality of life… and he’s doing that with LIGHT! Hello everyone, this is George Madiou, the Founder and CEO of TheNetworkMarketingMagazine.com. I’m here today with one of the great entrepreneur’s in business today, especially in the network marketing industry, David Schmidt, the inventor of the...Read More »

Columns

Veteran's Day Everyday by George Madiou

What follows is an on-air conversation with George Madiou appearing on the Jo Ann Pflug show on Seaview Radio Jo Ann Pflug: Veteran’s Day was yesterday, November 11th and today is November 12th. In honor of all veterans of all wars, I have invited two of my friends today in honoring...Read More »