SELF IMPROVEMENT AND SUCCESS

Everything that happens to us happens in purpose. And sometimes, one thing leads to another. Instead of locking yourself up in your cage of fears and crying over past heartaches, embarrassment and failures, treat them as your teachers and they will become your tools in both self improvement and success.

I remember watching Patch Adams – its my favorite movie, actually. Its one great film that will help you improve yourself. Hunter “patch” Adams is a medical student who failed to make it through the board exams. After months of suffering in melancholy, depression and suicidal attempts – he decided to seek for medical attention and voluntarily admitted himself in a psychiatric ward.  His months of stay in the hospital led him to meeting different kinds of people. Sick people in that matter. He met a catatonic, a mentally retarded, a schizophrenic and so on. Patch found ways of treating his own ailment and finally realized he has to get back on track. He woke up one morning realizing that after all the failure and pains he has gone through, he still want to become the a doctor. He carries with himself a positive attitude that brought him self improvement and success. He didn’t only improved himself, but also the life of the people around him and the quality of life. Did he succeed? Needless to say, he became the best damn doctor his country has ever known.

So, when does self improvement become synonymous with success? Where do we start? Take these tips, friends…
*Stop thinking and feeling as if you’re a failure, because you’re not. How can others accept you if YOU can’t accept YOU?

*When you see hunks and models on TV, think more on self improvement, not self pitying. Self acceptance is not just about having nice slender legs, or great abs. Concentrate on inner beauty.

*When people feel so down and low about themselves, help them move up. Don’t go down with them. They’ll pull you down further and both of you will end up feeling inferior.

*The world is a large room for lessons, not mistakes. Don’t feel stupid and doomed forever just because you failed on a science quiz. There’s always a next time. Make rooms for self improvement.

*Take things one at a time. You don’t  expect black sheep’s to be goody-two-shoes in just a snap of a finger. Self improvement is a one day at a time process.

*Self improvement results to inner stability, personality development and dig this …. SUCCESS. It comes from self confidence, self appreciation and self esteem.

* Set meaningful and achievable goals. Self improvement doesn’t turn you to be the exact replica of Cameron Diaz or Ralph Fiennes. It hopes and aims to result to an improved and better YOU.

*Little things mean BIG to other people. Sometimes, we don’t realize that the little things that we do like a pat on the back, saying “hi” or “hello”, greeting someone “good day” or telling Mr. Smith something like “hey, I love your tie!” are simple things that mean so much to other people. When we’re being appreciative about beautiful things around us and other people, we also become beautiful to them.

*When you’re willing to accept change and go through the process of self improvement, it doesn’t mean that everyone else is. The world is a place where people of different values and attitude hang out. Sometimes, even if you think you and your best friend always like to do the same thing together at the same time, she would most likely decline an invitation for self improvement.

We should always remember that there’s no such thing as ‘over night success’. Its always a wonderful feeling to hold on to the things that you already have now, realizing that those are just one of the things you once wished for. A very nice quote says that “When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.”  We are all here to learn our lessons. Our parents, school teachers, friends, colleagues, office mates, neighbors… they are our teachers. When we open our doors for self improvement, we increase our chances to head to the road of success.

How to write a professional summary for your resume

resumelogoIn today’s competitive job market, employers relay on well-written resumes to screen potential candidates. In many instances, employers look through job search web sites, such as CareerBuilder.com or Monster.com, to find professionals with skills, education and experience that fit their needs. These employment search web sites, along with many companies’ own online applications, require candidates to upload their resume in order to express interest in a specific opportunity. Without an opportunity to send a personal email, or a cover letter, you have to make sure that your resume expresses your personality in addition to listing your professional and educational experiences and achievements. To do so, you can include a professional profile or summary at the beginning of your resume that allows you to market yourself through a narrative. This section allows your potential employers to learn something unique about you and your career, as well as get a good feel of your communication skills.

To write an effective summary, you should first understand what information should not be communicated in your resume. While a summary provides an insight into what is unique and competitive about you, it is not a place for you to indicate any personal information that does not relate to your career. Information such as ethnicity, marital status, sexual orientation, religious beliefs and affiliations, etc. should be left out of your resume. While descriptive of who you are, this information is not relevant to your potential employer in order to pre-screen your qualifications for their opportunity. Additionally, the summary should not contain your previous professional experience, unless you can clearly demonstrate how such background can be of value in your future career development. Beware of generic statements, such as “I am well organized and detail oriented.” Employers want to hear your unique voice and get a sense of your communication skills while reading the summary portion of your resume. Using generalizations about your abilities will make the employers believe that you are either a poor communicator or are using such statements to fill up space on your resume.

Your summary should be in form of a short paragraph or bulleted statements, containing only several sentences. There isn’t a sentence limit, but as a rule do not take up more than one quarter of the page. Your summary should begin by a headline that summarizes your professional title and/or your professional statement. Emphasize your title by featuring the headline in bold and larger font, as it allows your potential employer to grasp who you are quickly. For example:

Financial Planning Professional
Achieved Double-Digit Return for All Clients through Well-Balanced Financial Portfolios

It is important that this title is well crafted, as it is the first impression your potential employer will have of you.

There are three things a well-written summary should address:
–    Your experiences and skills as they relate to your idea job
–    What you can bring to the organization and the open position that no other candidate can
–    Your professional goals.

Even though your resume summary is written by you, it should be composed in third person, in present tense. Think of it as a summary of what one of your best colleagues would say about your professional achievements. Reinforce your title, and sell only the experiences and skills that meet your career objective. If you have multiple career objectives, such as you wish to get a position in either marketing or public relations, develop separate resume summaries for each of the objectives.  A summary can also contain a brief bulleted section highlighting only a few vital competitive skills that you bring to the table. An example of an effective summary would be as follows:

Successful financial planning professional with over 15 years of personal and retirement planning experience. Managed a small financial planning firm, achieving double-digit financial returns for all clients by developing personalized investment portfolios. Leader in development and professional growth of four other financial planners in the firm through effective and motivating mentoring strategies.

Key competencies include:
o    Personalized portfolio development
o    Financial forecasting
o    Retirement portfolio management
o    Development on-going professional growth strategies

Much like your overall resume, your summary should be well-written and error-free. Make sure to review your summary, and customize as necessary for the various opportunities of interest. An effective summary will help you “hook” your employer; it should sell you as a primary candidate for the job, leaving your employer with a great first impression of you.

Is a business opportunity better off worked at home or what?

MLM/Network Marketing is a legitimate and potentially lucrative way to work from home.  

By directly selling products while creating your own upline downline, you can work your  business opportunity part-time, from home, and at your own hours.  Even with all the potential for making money, you should decide, though if this route is for you.

Many people are blinded by all the benefits of a business opportunity when determining if this type of business is right for them.  You do not need to have a college degree or any experience to get into the industry.  

The products are already manufactured and are usually shipped by the company directly to your customers.  Plus, you choose your hours and your work location.  In fact, many business opportunities are taken by people who work from the comfort of their own home.

Other benefits of having a business opportunity that is worked from home is that you have leverage; you continue earning commissions on a single effort.  You do not need to come up with your own business or marketing plan, because the company does it for you.  Also, recruiting and training systems are provided for you by the company.

Despite the numerous benefits, work from home businesses do come with some downfalls.
 
For instance, you usually start of marketing to family and friends. This is especially so if you are just starting your work from home  business. This can create some friction and alienation, especially among people who are more acquaintances than close friends and family.
 
The work is selling, so you need to have a pretty strong backbone, as many people will tell you, “no” instead of the much-coveted “yes”.  Therefore, it takes a lot of effort and motivation.
 
In order to make the most potential income, you need to continuously recruit new representatives.  Plus, if you are working from home, your business opportunity will require that you purchase a certain amount of product each month or quarter, adding in a financial commitment.

Working at home works for some people. But other people find that it takes a great deal of discipline and motivation to get the job done without being easily distracted. Before you decide to take up a business opportunity and work at home, make sure that you get all the information that you need to make an informed decision.

So weighing out the good and bad, is this for you?

Well, if you are a self-starter with a lot of energy and motivation then it is a good start. If you have leadership skills and can set goals and meet them, then this might be for you, too.
 
Network marketing people have great people skills and are self-starters.  They have strong powers of persuasion and can influence people easily.They also have an ability to guide and encourage others to work the program.  

A business opportunity is an ideal trade to run on the Internet and work from your home.  If you have the personality to run this type of business, then it could be the perfect opportunity for you.  

I would love for you to consider the company that I represent.  SEACRET is an international business that has spread to more than 40 countries around the globe. With its affiliate partners, it has more than $1 billion in retail product sales. The company has become one of the largest distributors of Dead Sea cosmetics, with its products formulated in the largest manufacturing plant in the world, right next to the shores of the Dead Sea. All of this has been accomplished in just the few years since SEACRET was born in 2005.

You’re A Salesperson in Your Life!

keyStrange as it may seem, our life is made up of a series of “sales presentations”. Sales may not be your gig, but if you’re the boss you’re making presentations everyday. Be it a pitch to your Board, announcing a policy change to employees, selling an idea to your spouse, or just trying to win others over to your point of view – you’ll need to punch up your people skills for winning pitches.

Human nature is such that people support solutions that they help create, so involve them by allowing your audience to participate with questions or ideas. It goes without saying that to not involve key people is risky, because messages can be misunderstood.   Your plans may be derailed before they begin if sufficient “buy-in” is lacking. Use lots of open-ended questions in your presentation to draw out the silent type.

Preparation is a key to success. Prepare your listeners to what’s coming during or before your presentation. Try these pre-meeting tactics:

  • Assign task-related pre-work. This could be pre-reading or study of a problem, and the preparations of possible solutions. An example could be, “go and visit three kinds of accounts before the meeting.”
  • Make pre-meeting contacts with those invited by email, phone, or in person. You might want to try an informal survey to get people’s position on the issues at hand.

Remember support on key or controversial matters can be established ahead of time by lobbying, if you know where to lobby.

Do your research! People who make it look easy and are effective presenters have a hidden arsenal. This is an arsenal of up-to-date, organized material that can be accessed quickly in ready-to-use form when needed. They have the stats to back up their ideas, and they have a mental arsenal of stories, examples, jokes, and ice-breakers to use when needed.

Your physical presentation could include tangible items relating to the issue such as recent articles clipped from newspapers or magazines, photographs, reports, and demonstration property. To become masterful in this art learn to maintain resources you can access for just the right thing at the right time.

The next thing you must do is to explain “why?” The single most powerful thing you can do to convince your audience of something is to provide a convincing reason why they should do what you suggest or believe what you say. People want and need a clear “WIIFM” – “what’s in it for me?” – to be able to react positively to what you want them to do. It’s extremely important that you deliver a vision of benefits. Hearing the “why” won’t automatically generate a “yes” to your proposition, but it’ll open the door for receptivity to your idea.

Knowing and accepting the “why” satisfies a basic need that we all have – to understand the purpose of our actions. Use the words “because” or “so that” in your presentation and then finish the phrase. When your subject matter is controversial or likely to generate emotions, it is essential that your “why’s” be tested in advance. Ask some people you trust or that are on your “team” to play devil’s advocate to help you with your logic and arguments.

These are just the first four points for making successful presentations. There are eight of them in total, and we’ll look at the other four in my column next week. For now, let me leave you with this thought.

Life is a sales job from beginning to end. From the moment that we discern how to get approval as children, winning friends at school, getting our first beau, getting our first (and subsequent) job, getting engaged and married, achieving our goals, and anything else you can think of in between – we’re selling ourselves or our ideas all along the way. Who said you weren’t a salesperson?

In my opinion the best type of selling is in network marketing. There are many to choose from, and I would love for you to consider the company that I represent.  SEACRET is an international business that has spread to more than 40 countries around the globe. With its affiliate partners, it has more than $1 billion in retail product sales. The company has become one of the largest distributors of Dead Sea cosmetics, with its products formulated in the largest manufacturing plant in the world, right next to the shores of the Dead Sea. All of this has been accomplished in just the few years since SEACRET was born in 2005.

 

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Viral Marketing Initiatives

What is it about viral marketing that makes it so intriguing? Is it the fact that it can have an impressive effect on the company’s bottom line, or is it the fact that it can take something so negative that it can literally close the doors of some businesses? Viral marketing is any marketing technique that induces Web sites or users to pass on a marketing message to other sites or users, creating a potentially exponential growth in the message’s visibility and effect (Rouse, 2007). There are many reasons as to why a message, picture, video or even a statement may go viral.

Find something humorous to share and it may go viral. Humor is one of those universal languages that many people love to read or see and enjoy sharing with their friends and family members. This is a great way to engage people into your posting or feed and to eventually interact with them.

Having some sort of interaction will definitely help in having your posting go viral. People are generally made for interaction. We love engaging ourselves in postings that create controversy or simple conversation. Either way by getting your customer to interact with your posting, the posting will be shared and thus let the viral take over.

Marketers all have the same goal for their end result. It is to get as many people to hear about our services or products as possible. Therefore, it should be the goals of the marketers to have a posting go viral.

Works Cited

Rouse, M. (2007, March 1). Viral Marketing. Retrieved from TechTarget: http://searchcrm.techtarget.com/definition/viral-marketing

 

 

 

What is a resume and why is it so important?

resumelogoA resume is a one- to two-page document summarizing your career objectives, professional experiences and achievements, and educational background. The heading of the resume should contain your name, address and contact information. The body of the resume should be broken into the following sections: career objective, profile/summary, professional experience, achievements, scholastics, and references.

Your career objective should be brief, up to two sentences; it should give your potential employers an idea of how you wish to move forward in your professional life. A concise profile or a summary should discuss who you are and how your skills and experience best apply to the job you are interested in. The summary, as well as other parts of your resume, should not contain personal information that discloses ethnicity, sexual orientation, marital status, age, living situations, or any other personal information that is not directly related to your career.

Personal profile/summary should only contain a few well-written sentences that convey what you can bring to the table in terms of the specific job. Use this section to attract the employer’s attention, but don’t go overboard in trying to be creative – stay professional. Your experience listing should include information on one to five jobs you’ve held, starting with your current or last job, and listing previous positions in chronological order. The listing should include the date range of your employment, name of the companies or person(s) you have worked for, and the city and state where the place of employment is located (full address of employment is not necessary). List your title and your main responsibilities, with emphasis on duties that are applicable to the type of work you are seeking. Your education should include college, graduate and post-graduate work, as well as any courses or professional certifications that are relevant to your career development. Achievements, volunteer positions, publications and interests should only be listed if they apply to your professional work experience References should be listed if requested; best practices suggest not to list generic statements about references being available upon request as this is understood.

In the competitive, internet-driven world of job searches, your resume represents you to potential employers. It serves as your tool to attract attention, get the interview and/or get a job. A great resume will make you stand out from other candidates by showcasing your aptitudes. Think of your resume as your sales pitch – you need to sell yourself in the best possible way. Invest some time and research into developing your resume. You will want to make sure that your resume is error free – double check your grammar and spelling, make sure that all company and school names and cities are spelled properly. A resume containing errors, no matter how minimal, will give your potential employer an impression that you do not have attention to detail, that you don’t take time to double check your work, and that you are a poor communicator.

Additionally, make sure that your resume is formatted well. Stick to basic fonts, like Arial and Times New Roman. Keep the font size and color standard; don’t use large fonts or multi-colors in your resume. Don’t go overboard with bold, italicized, or large-cap text. Keep your format consistent and make sure that the resume looks great when viewed online as well as when printed out. Keep your resume to one or two pages – any additional pages give an impression that you either don’t know how to concisely summarize your education and experience, or that you are listing unnecessary information for the sake of taking up space. If you’ve never written a resume before, reference books, Internet resources or seek assistance from a professional resume writing service. A well-written resume can make a difference between being stuck at your current job and getting an interview to land the job of your dreams.

No two people are alike in network marketing

opp banner 1No two people are alike in the network marketing, but there are some shared personality traits that are common to those who have started and operated in network marketing already.

One of the most common personalities inherent among a network marketing business person is their entrepreneurial spirit.

What are some of these traits that make up a network marketing entrepreneur?

Self-Starter

Self-starters are the type of people who do not just sit around thinking about something over and over again. Yet no action is taken to get things done. They decide on what needs to be done and simply do it.

Take this example. You are in need of your own network marketing website but income limits you from just hiring a web design company to make that site. As a self-starter, you would go to work about gathering all the information pertinent to web design and development.

Then you would develop and design your site. In the end you would have a website that you have developed yourself.

One vital trait of a self-starter is to know their strengths and weaknesses and be able to accept them.

Self-motivated

The self-motivated individual has a lot of motivation and drive. Because each person is a unique being, one person’s motivations may be different from everyone else’s.

For example, your motivation for starting your own network marketing business could be to earn $500 or $1,000 per month or $10,000 or $20,000 per month. Or it could be that you want to home school your kids, and that requires earning an income working from home.

Your level of motivation to a large measure will be dependent up on your purpose and level of commitment. It depends on how big your dream is.

Creative 

The creative individual has a lot of great ideas. They are usually able to come up with good ideas and problem opp bannersolving solutions. Many of their ideas are often the results of listening and observing other businesses that is related to network marketing.

They focus on finding solutions, rather than dwelling on the challenges. 

For example, if you have a limited advertising budget, you would get to work finding all the available free advertising avenues instead to thinking over and over how limited your budget is.

Your creativity would result in expanding your network marketing advertising program. You would also have the knowledge from research. Thus, resolving the problem and creating an additional income.

Self-disciplined

The self-disciplined individual is one who does not need someone standing over. Or having someone tells them what, how and when to do. They do not need anyone telling to get something done. They are able to determine what needs to be done, then set aside time to do it.

A network marketing business may fail, many do first time around. But the self-disciplined individual does not accept that they are a failure. They simply learn from the mistakes and use them as a tool to attain success.

As an entrepreneur in network marketing you should be able to adapt. You will find yourself playing different roles such as: marketer, promoter, public relations, motivator, sponsor, Webmaster…and so forth. You are not afraid of chance and are opened and flexible to them.

Successful businesses are not built over night but over time. As a network marketing entrepreneur you are willing to go the extra mile, put forth the time and effort needed to build a successful business organization.

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Why you should own a home business opportunity?

opp bannerNetwork marketing is a powerful business concept for many reasons but the most obvious is for the type of income it can provide the average person. It is so powerful that many fortune 500 companies have used, some are still using, this business model to build their multi-million dollar empire.

There are many average people already working some type of home-based businesses opportunity.  Are you one of them? If not, now is an excellent time to get started.

Millionaires have taken notice of network marketing as a home-based business opportunity that average people can work into and build wealth.

Network marketing is a huge, thriving industry in spite of all the negative publicity it receives in the media from anti-enthusiasts. Many millionaires express how it is a wonderful opportunity for anyone interested in building a home-based business without having to work from scratch.

Can you use some extra income? Most consumers would probably answer yes to this question. Everybody can use extra income every month. But where is this extra income going to come from?

option1One obvious solution would be to get a second job. This option may seem to be the best solution but is really not. This is because the time you spend on your second job and the money you receive after taxes is not enough.

Of course you will have to consider your reasons for getting a second job and why you need the extra income to determine if getting a second job is really the right solution for you.

option-2However, on the other hand, you can start working on your own part-time home-based business using network marketing as your business opportunity and you can get started in the industry for nearly nothing.

This is a big plus. So, how can you start your own home-based business opportunity?

Getting started in network marketing has become so easy that anyone can get started even if you do not have a dime to invest in your start up. The key here is to simply get started then never quit.

Many legitimate home business opportunities will allow you to get started for under $100. You can even find free opportunities with little or no overhead expenses and with great support from other members as well as the parent company.

These companies will provide all the tools and system for you. You simply add your sweat equity, your working commitment, and persistence to the business opportunity.

Remember to choose a well-established company that offers quality consumable products or services with an excellent management team and support to their independent business operators.

Another important key factor is your commitment to the company and its products and services. Being a part of a business opportunity means that you should be a bona-fide user and marketer of the products and services you want to earn extra income from.

In conclusion, network marketing is a smart business opportunity sense for anyone wishing to start working at home. It cost next to nothing to get started, you get a proven system like you would if you bought a franchise opportunity, and you can be in profit in months rather than in years.

Therefore, if you desire more income while still working a 9 to 5 job, or to build your retirement income, then you should seriously consider starting a home-based business opportunity.

opp banner 1There are many to choose from, and I would love for you to consider the company that I represent.  SEACRET is an international business that has spread to more than 40 countries around the globe. With its affiliate partners, it has more than $1 billion in retail product sales. The company has become one of the largest distributors of Dead Sea cosmetics, with its products formulated in the largest manufacturing plant in the world, right next to the shores of the Dead Sea. All of this has been accomplished in just the few years since SEACRET was born in 2005.

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Time to give your resume a facelift…

Resume

Have you tried looking for a new job lately? Well just so you know, the process of looking for a new job has changed considerably. There was once a time when professionals would print out their resume and mail them to hiring managers, well those times are well in the past. In today’s busy world, resumes and cover letters are largely uploaded via the Internet or emailed directly to a company’s human resources department.

How you send your resume is not the only facelift that any job seeker must make. Just over the past decade, resumes themselves have gone through a change too. Therefore, you might want to tweak your existing resume in the following ways to increase your chances of finding a new job – especially if you’re a professional!

  • Show accomplishments rather than responsibilities – A majority of hiring managers have been doing their jobs for some time that they have become knowledgeable enough to understand the responsibilities of certain positions. For example, let’s say your previous employment was as a Regional Sales Manager. Instead of listing or summarizing your responsibilities, put what accomplishments you achieved during your time with that employer. It is recommended that in this area you be as specific as possible, listing any sales goals you exceeded and awards you might have won. Your achievements are what set you apart from other candidates with similar work histories, so use your resume to highlight those achievements instead of listing your responsibilities.
  • Keep things brief – Briefness should be your best-friend when emphasizing your accomplishments on your resume. Utilize your accomplishments on your resume, but make sure that you keep it short, sweet and to the point. That should be enough to secure an interview, and that’s when you can go into greater detail. But try to keep your resume to one or two pages.
  • Remove older positions – This is especially important if you’re a seasoned professional. I can guarantee you that after reading about your accomplishments as a Regional Sales Manager and an Operations Manager, no hiring manger wants to see an old position, such as a long-ago college internship . On the other hand, if you have long since changed careers, you may not need to include much about your previous positions in another field, especially if your work experience in your new field is extensive. Hiring managers likely won’t be interested in a past work history if it’s irrelevant to your current field.
  • Consider a new format – The times of sending your resume via snail mail has really past. In fact, I don’t know of many job postings were the hiring manager is asking for that; therefore, you probably won’t be printing your resume as a Microsoft® Word document and mailing it to prospective employers. You may want to consider a different format when submitting your resume via a company’s Web site. Word documents might be acceptable, but such documents can easily become encoded in the uploading process or won’t be readable especially if the hiring manger has a different version of Word than you do. Consider uploading your resume as a PDF or as plain text, as such formats are less likely to become scrambled during when they are uploaded or downloaded.
  • Upload your resume to a professional networking site – Having your resume on a professional networking site is starting to become more a norm than it was a few years ago. In fact, many hiring managers have even told me that they have started to ask for the applicants LinkedIn® profile instead of a resume. I am sure that many of you are hesitant to upload your resume to a business networking site such as LinkedIn®. It could be because of fear that your current employer will feel that you are looking for a new job, but I can assure you that so many professionals are now members of such sites that it’s no these type of sites are no longer associated with a job search as much as it is an easy way to keep in touch with professional contacts. In addition, many recruiters rely on sites like LinkedIn to find qualified professionals, which only makes it easier to find your next job.

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The One Minute Presentation

“If you want to have good ideas, you must have many ideas. Most of them will be wrong, and what you have to learn is which ones to throw away.”
— Linus Pauling, chemist

“Whatever you believe with feeling becomes your reality.”
— Brian Tracy, Author

“Sometimes the best helping hand you can get is a good, firm push.”
— Joann Thomas

“Go as far as you can see; when you get there, you’ll be able to see farther.”
— J.P. Morgan, industrialist

What is the perfect length of your opportunity presentation?

Walk up to a prospect and say:

“I can give you a long presentation or a short presentation. Which one would you prefer?”

Call a prospect and say:

“I can give you a long presentation or a short presentation. Which one would you prefer?”

The answer is obvious. Short.

Prospects are super busy with family, jobs, e-mail and cable television. They want to know these things right away:

1. What kind of business are you in?

2. How much money can I make?

3. What do I have to do to earn that money?

If you can answer those questions quickly, you will keep your prospect interested. That’s what network marketer’s call a “One-Minute Presentation.”

Is that the only way to do a short presentation? Of course not. You could learn to do “The Two-Minute Story” or even the “17-Second Presentation”, but starting with the “One-Minute Presentation” is usually an easier first step.

Try putting your “One-Minute Presentation” together now and have it ready for your next prospect. Your prospect will love it, and you’ll be building your business with ease.
====I hope that brief information above resonates with you. You can give the prospect all kinds of information – and we want to – but often times prospects just want you to get to the point. If the prospect isn’t interested after a 1-minute presentation about your business, a 5 or 10-minute presentation isn’t going to change their mind.

And you can give too much information. Unfortunately all that seems to do is create “analysis paralysis”.

As you craft your phone script, keep these points in mind also. It’s real easy to go on and on about our companies when putting together phone scripts. But try to focus on what’s important to your prospect.. what kind of business is it… how much money can your prospect make.. what does your prospect have to do to earn that money.

When you can give this information in a concise manner, you can prospect most anyone anywhere.

When it comes to prospecting new people for your business, you might want to consider using MLM Lead Specialist.

They have web traffic that send bizopp seekers to your lead capture page, and they have real-time leads that show up in your email inbox immediately after they’re generated.

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