We see posts, blogs and group discussion all the time…some are good, and some are just out of the ball park with valuable content and meaning. My friend Matt Geib shared with a Facebook Group something of value that was shared with him. If you are a frustrated network marketer, I really have to ask, “Do you Really Want Success?” If you do then you have to “Build Relationships”. PERIOD
From Matt Geib
This just in from my good Friend Wes Hopper…
“You don’t close a sale, you open a relationship if you want to build a long term, successful enterprise.” ~Patricia Fripp
Success in life is based on an exchange of value. Wallace Wattles talks about that a lot in “Science of Getting Rich.” It’s one of the biggest problems
that people I coach have with their businesses. They’re afraid to ask for the order. People with a strong spiritual life (and most of you are like that) are the most reluctant to ask.
And it is, if what you’re selling is a piece of junk. But I don’t think that any of you are selling junk. Take the attitude that the wonderful Patricia Fripp has articulated in our quote.
Start a relationship.
Personally, I like the line that Bogart closed the movie “Casablanca”
with: “This could be the start of a beautiful friendship.” That’s a great way to think of a sale.
What’s your responsibility as a seller?
To make sure as best you can that what you have is a good fit for the buyer. To promote it accurately. And, here’s the important part, to make sure that every person who could be helped by your product or service buys it! If it can help them, and they don’t get it because you were too shy, you haven’t done them or yourself any favours.
That can be a scary change of attitude for many people. “Oh, I have
to be pushy!” No, you just have to be able to clearly describe how they will benefit. If you want to have more money in your life, you have to give more value.
Have you found the opportunity that will take care of you, your children and your children’s children for the rest of their life?
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Leadership With A Vision
Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision just passes the time. Vision with action can change the world. by Joel A. Barker