Archive - July 2015

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You Don’t Really Know A Person…Until You Know This [Episode 11]
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How Do You Catch The Really Big Ones? [Episode 10]
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This ONE Fear Will Destroy Your Success With Prospects [Episode 9]
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Refusing To Pay The “Fear of Rejection Bully” [Episode 8]

You Don’t Really Know A Person…Until You Know This [Episode 11]

For over 25 years, I’ve had the pleasure of being mentored and coached by one of the most successful networkers of all time. He’s helped thousands of individuals achieve their financial and lifestyle goals, in part by teaching them this ESSENTIAL concept. Once you understand and begin to practice what he teaches, your ability to positively impact and influence people will absolutely soar. Having conversations and influencing will become so much easier for you. Please watch and enjoy!

How Do You Catch The Really Big Ones? [Episode 10]

Of course everyone knows the famous last words of the struggling network marketer: “If only I could find the right people to work with.” Well, perhaps it’s time you learn what the master fisherman (and fisherwoman) do to land the really big ones. [Hint] It’s not what you think. Not even close! But it is something anyone can do. Enjoy.

This ONE Fear Will Destroy Your Success With Prospects [Episode 9]

If I had to choose ONE thing that most network marketers (and salespeople) fear the most, it would be this one. It’s an unfounded fear that has the power to destroy your chance of success with prospects. In this video, you’ll learn what it is, and how to cross it off your list once and for all.
Enjoy!

Refusing To Pay The “Fear of Rejection Bully” [Episode 8]

No one likes rejection. It makes us feel uncomfortable; it makes us feel bad about ourselves. Over time, if we’re not careful, we allow our fear of “being uncomfortable” continue to bully and push us around. Sometimes we even begin to look outside of ourselves for someone or something else to blame. Here are three important concepts that will help you defeat this bully …once and for all. ENJOY!

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