After getting to know hundreds of top performers across many different enterprises, I’ve learned that as many as 80%, attribute a large part of their success to finding and working with a great mentor. Today, if I were a novice launching any business enterprise, I would commit to networking until I found a “candidate mentor” who had been there, done that, and was very good at helping others learn the necessary skills to rise to the top.Here are 10 questions you should ask your prospective mentor. By the way, if you want great answers, learn to ask great questions. Begin with one question you should always ask a potential mentor.
The vast majority of sales people (and network marketers) are not very good at THIS. By this, I mean having a compelling, conversation-starting “sizzle-response” for people who ask you, “So, what do you do for a living?” In this video, you’ll learn EXACTLY how to create responses that have everyone you’re talking to say, “Hmm … tell me more about that.” Enjoy!
Here’s the video replay of the Webinar we did recently with Best-Selling Author and social media expert, Alex Theis. His new book, Stop Pitching. Start Connecting, Social Media Strategies for Network Marketers and Direct Sellers is a smash hit on Amazon. This fast-paced, 50-minute Webinar is jam-packed with strategies, practical applications, apps and tools, mistakes to avoid and many free resources that will help you get your “social media prospecting” on track and working for you. Enjoy!
Several weeks ago I met a bright young college student at a conference in California. I asked him if he’d like to take look at one of my favorite business projects to see if it might be a fit for him. He agreed, so I emailed him several streaming videos. A few days later he got back and said, “no thanks” because (1) he’d just started a new job and (2) he’d had some bad experiences in the past with network marketing. However, he also asked a VERY interesting question at the end of his email. In this short audio [5:44] please “look over my shoulder” as I respond to this important question.
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My friend Kim Reed asked If I’d comment on what is sometimes called, “the 90-day rule.” What she was referring to was the importance of accepting that outcomes are almost always a result of activities that take place well before your desired outcome. I’m not so sure there’s a rule on this, but the late great Jim Rhone offered this not-so-subtle hint. “In business and in life, he warned, you MUST get good at either one of these two things…” Tune in to this short audio [3:14] for some inspiration and wisdom!
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