November 2009

How to Handle Price Objections by Karen Justice

Price objections are rarely really about price at all  A lot of people get stumped the minute someone says, “Oh, I think that’s too expensive,” but price objections are rarely really about price at all. Many of the people who get this objection are simply delivering monologues to their prospects. They’re boring them and making…

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The Key to Creating a Large, Energetic Team of Young Adults by Dakota Rea

One of the best techniques in marketing to Gen Y – relate with them in a form they can relate to and the wall of defense will go down!  When I consult with networkers around the world, one of the first concerns they share with me is how much trouble they have getting young adults…

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Seeing is Believing, or Is It? by Denis Waitley

Your attitudes and beliefs are the software programs driving you every day on life’s journey.  When your eyes are open, you see the world that lies outside yourself. You see the items of the room you’re in, the people, and the view of the landscape through the window. You take for granted that the objects…

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Baby Boomers to Gen Y – 3 Reasons to Prepare for the Future by George Madiou

Ignore today’s young adults in your network marketing organization and watch your business eventually disappear!  Growth, stability and prosperity, three reasons not to pass up today’s young adults. Warning: Ignore today’s young adults in your network marketing organization and watch your business eventually disappear! So you think that warning is bordering on exaggeration? It’s best…

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Network Marketing Hip-hop style by David Feinstein

My message today for the youth of today and tomorrow is take a serious look at this wonderful profession and industry, it will allow you to be in charge of your future  When I think back to my education in both High School and then College, I recall taking such courses as; English literature, history,…

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Three killer-easy secrets to getting new prospects! by Beatty Carmichael

It’s simply a numbers game!  The #1 reason people stop recruiting is they have run out of prospects to talk to. However, it’s easy to solve the problem if you just apply a few easy “secrets” that generate new prospects almost automatically! If you think about it, people are everywhere we go and they are…

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Are You Positioned for Joint Ventures? by Scott Letourneau

Learn What You Must Have in Place Before You do a JV! The goal is find the benefit for the other.  You all know that the best and fastest way to grow your business is through joint ventures. Someone can invest millions of dollars on their client list and database of leads (like we have)…

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To Young Network Marketers: Master Inviting First! by Simon Prentice

The most important thing of all is to keep inviting people  I’m a lot more confident now than when I first got started in network marketing. When my career began when I was 23, I was afraid of the idea of talking to people. Some of the thoughts I had were: “I don’t understand what…

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How to Turn Nothing into Something by Jim Rohn

Follow these three steps and start the miracle process today!  First, in order to turn nothing into something, you’ve got to start with some ideas and imagination. Now, it might be hard to call ideas and imagination nothing; but how tangible are those ideas? That is a bit of a mystery. I don’t believe that…

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Retention and Relationships: Storing the Rewards of Recruitment by Jeffrey Babener

A little special treatment can make all the difference in retaining customers and distributors  Networkers can profit from recent studies regarding retention. The costs of obtaining a new customer are six times the costs of retaining an existing one, states Paul Timm, of the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University, in 50 Simple…

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