Posts made in April 11th, 2017


Simple Freedom Protocol Training


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Tip of the Day


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Tip of the Day: The Right Mindset
IfTip of the Day: The Right Mindset
If you start your entrepreneurial journey with the mindset that you may fail, you are doomed. Having the right mindset is the foremost attribute required for every entrepreneur. If there is something in common between the world’s highly successful entrepreneurs – Microsoft’s Bill Gates, Wal-Mart’s Sam Walton, IBM’s Thomas Watson Sr., or GE’s Thomas Alva Edison – it is their winning mindsets.
Here are a few tips to help keep you in the right mindset for success:
Stay plugged into the calls and the events – When it comes to business, the last thing you want to do is disengage. Staying plugged into calls and events keeps you in the loop and as up-to-date as possible on daily business activity.
Keep putting the good stuff into your mind – When you’re in your car, working out, or enjoying some downtime, listen to your company CDs and personal development CDs. Staying current on your company’s products and materials will prepare you for any opportunistic encounter.
Be ready for the dream stealers – Not everyone is going to buy your story. The important thing is that you don’t buy their story about why it won’t work. Don’t fall into the naysayers’ trap. You believe in what you do, otherwise you wouldn’t be doing it. you start your entrepreneurial journey with the mindset that you may fail, you are doomed. Having the right mindset is the foremost attribute required for every entrepreneur. If there is something in common between the world’s highly successful entrepreneurs – Microsoft’s Bill Gates, Wal-Mart’s Sam Walton, IBM’s Thomas Watson Sr., or GE’s Thomas Alva Edison – it is their winning mindsets.
Here are a few tips to help keep you in the right mindset for success:
Stay plugged into the calls and the events – When it comes to business, the last thing you want to do is disengage. Staying plugged into calls and events keeps you in the loop and as up-to-date as possible on daily business activity.
Keep putting the good stuff into your mind – When you’re in your car, working out, or enjoying some downtime, listen to your company CDs and personal development CDs. Staying current on your company’s products and materials will prepare you for any opportunistic encounter.
Be ready for the dream stealers – Not everyone is going to buy your story. The important thing is that you don’t buy their story about why it won’t work. Don’t fall into the naysayers’ trap. You believe in what you do, otherwise you wouldn’t be doing it.

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Freedom of choice


Posted By on Apr 11, 2017

I Want You To Join So That I Can Make More Money.

Now that’s a disgusting statement, isn’t it? However, if we don’t honor our prospect’s personal freedom of choice, we come across as a greedy, self-centered, selfish salesperson.

Prospects quickly relax and respond to us if we honor their freedom of choice. We should forget about our agenda (more distributors and money), and concentrate on the prospect’s agenda (time and financial freedom).

Have you ever had a conversation with someone who pretended to listen to you, but you knew they were just waiting for their chance to talk? Uncomfortable, isn’t it? And you know they really are listening to you but don’t care about what you are saying.

Do we want to be like that rude person? I think not.

Instead, let’s be interested in our prospect’s needs. Maybe our networking business can help them, maybe not. Maybe now is not the right time for them. Maybe now is the time for them to get a job and a paycheck on Friday.

Sometimes prospects have to take care of immediate needs before they can obtain time and financial freedom.

When your prospect sees that you are 100% interested in their needs and their agenda, your prospect relaxes. You are now part of the team, a partner. Once your prospect no longer feels the need to put up resistance to your every statement, your prospect actually hears what you are saying.

You are allowing the prospect to freely make a choice about your program. That’s powerful.

And freedom of choice doesn’t stop after the presentation. This freedom of choice will continue throughout your distributor’s career. Your distributor should choose whether to go to the national convention or not. Your distributor should choose how much product to purchase or market that month.

Guess which leaders have the happiest distributors?

The leaders who practice the core value of freedom with their group

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