Archive - June 2015

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The Deepest Principle of Human Nature (Hint: Knowing It Can Help You) [Episode 7]
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Three Things We Should Do Every Day—Without Fail [Episode 6]
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Don’t Miss This Step Or You May Chase Your Prospects Forever [Episode 5]
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How To Create An Effective Invitation [Episode 4]

The Deepest Principle of Human Nature (Hint: Knowing It Can Help You) [Episode 7]

Why is it, when it comes to influencing others, some people just seem to have more difficulty? In this short video, I share a fundamental a principle that impacts ALL of your people communications. If you know it, understand it, and use it appropriately, interacting and positively influencing others is SO much easier! You’ll also learn a simple [but oh so powerful] acronym, A.V.V.I.S.—a system that will help keep all of your “people communications” on point and on track. ENJOY!

Three Things We Should Do Every Day—Without Fail [Episode 6]

I stumbled across a short quote the other day, and like the best of quotes, it encouraged me to pause a moment, and think, and grin, and think some more. It’s a brilliant and tender comment about what could happen if you choose to lose your enthusiasm; if at any age you choose to let go of your zest for life …even when bad things happen.

Don’t Miss This Step Or You May Chase Your Prospects Forever [Episode 5]

Unfortunately, so many network marketers miss this important step, and after a presentation, ultimately wind up chasing their prospects around for weeks or months. Sometimes forever! This short [4:04] video will help you learn a simple conversational strategy that will create the right environment, so your prospects will “reengage” after they’ve seen or heard your presentation. Enjoy!

How To Create An Effective Invitation [Episode 4]

In order to create effective invitations, (inviting a prospect to look at your product, service or opportunity) learn why it’s so important to ask yourself “WHY?” before you ask yourself HOW. Creating compelling invitations is so much easier when your invitation has an appropriate “hook” or “link.” In this 5-minute video, you’ll learn the secrets.

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