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    Attracting Prospects To You #Lesson 2

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      End the Struggle: Follow a Formula that Gets a
      Crowd of Customers & Prospects Coming to You
      Lesson #2: Attracting Prospects to You


      Do you remember what we're about to do here?


      We're preparing to go through
      the same questions we covered in Lesson 1 about "Knowing Your Target
      Market First," but this time we're going to apply it to your network
      marketing opportunity (instead of the weight loss product example).


      We need to know everything about your "best prospect" before we can know how to attract them using the Internet.


      But before we start getting to know your target market, we have to first understand what you're actually selling.


      Do you know what you're selling in a network marketing opportunity?


      A lot of people have heard this before—but few understand how to apply it.


      The answer is YOU.


      When you're selling a network marketing opportunity people have to buy into YOU first.




      Because prospects know that
      building a business is a process. They know when they enroll there
      will be plenty of things they'll have to learn.


      They know that a brochure,
      hotel meeting, conference call or web site can't possibly tell them
      everything they need to know to succeed.


      Because of this there is a
      lot of trust wrapped up into making the purchase. If they buy, they
      are trusting that you will guide them into a successful direction.


      If you don't sell YOU first
      you'll either blow the deal (rarely enrolling anyone) or keep signing
      up the wrong people for the wrong reasons... who never do anything with
      it--which is a complete waste of your time.


      "But how do you sell YOU first?"


      I'm glad you asked because
      this has been a big problem for network marketers. Most don't know
      how. Even worse, very few leaders teach it.


      Until recently, all that
      could be done was to help you work on your belief system (like your
      'why' statement) or your leadership, and communication or listening
      skills... or create a dream board... and then just keep going 'out
      there' to talk to more people.


      While the leadership training
      in the network marketing industry has been a good thing, it hasn't been
      tangible... it was hard to 'see' what you were supposed to do or if you
      were making any progress.


      We're going to teach you how
      to use the Internet to develop your confidence and leadership WHILE
      you're following a step-by-step tangible process that gets people
      coming to you---and that makes it all a lot easier.


      In the past, someone may have
      given (or sold you) a script book, but no matter how well you memorize
      a script nothing's going to change unless you find a way to represent
      yourself as an asset to your prospects.


      We're going to teach you how
      to build trust and pre-sell your prospects on YOU as a successful guide
      and leader AT THE SAME TIME you're attracting them.


      The prospect will see you as
      a valuable asset to their success. By the time your prospect hears
      from you (or calls you first), they'll already know your name and will
      have received value from you.


      The bulk of the trust-building process will have already started before you had to invest any one-on-one time at all. Now, that's leverage.


      How Could That Be?


      It's much like how candidates
      for a Presidential election build an audience of people who feel like
      they know and trust them without ever actually talking to them.


      It's much how you have a
      favorite actor, author, corporate leader, singer, writer, or someone
      you've never met but who you have gotten to know and trust
      through 'leveraging' interaction (like media).


      We'll teach you step-by-step how to set things up so your prospects get to know you in a similar way on the Internet.


      They grow to trust your opinion and suggestions before the 'prospecting conversation' even begins.


      Let's Prove that YOU are the Product...


      We've said that the product
      is YOU (not your literal product, service, compensation plan, or any of
      the things on the company brochure)...


      Let's prove it so you're absolutely convinced!


      Because if you don't 'get
      this' part of the formula you can't move on and attract people
      successfully to your network marketing opportunity—so I want to make
      sure this makes 100% sense to you.


      While the things listed on
      your company brochure and web site play a small role in your prospect's
      decision, here's absolute proof that when you offer a network marketing
      opportunity YOU are the main factor for the prospect.


      Here's a quick illustration to prove the point:


      Ask yourself...


      Can you just hand out information at the mall or at the street corner and sponsor 10+ people per day?


      If people were sold by the information on the brochure or at the web site then this would actually work.


      But it doesn't work like that does it?


      Information by itself, no
      matter how great it is, won't sell opportunities unless those brochures
      and web sites start by selling YOU!


      Prospects want to know if YOU can lead them to success. Period.


      If you've had a challenge sponsoring people on a regular basis we are now getting to the major reason why.


      But I have some good news for you.


      There is a definite formula
      that you can follow to become an 'attractive' upline that people will
      want to join. It's not that complicated once you get it. Keep moving
      forward here and you will.


      Now that we've established
      that YOU are the product, let's finally get into answering the real
      questions so we can intimately get to know your target market and
      attract them.


      In Lesson #3 we'll break out the same big questions that we introduced to
      you in Lesson #1, but this time we'll apply them to network marketing.


      Our goal next is to get you absolutely clear on whom your perfect prospects
      are so you can literally attract them into your network marketing
      opportunity with confidence and ease.


      Don't skip a beat—every step in this formula is important to crystallize into your brain.


      It's not hard—but it requires your full attention. And it's worth it if succeeding in your business is a priority.


      If you're interested in this, come and take a look



      Katongole Johnny.s


      Mentoring for free


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          6 Steps to Small Business

          1. Start Smart
          2. Plan Ahead
          3. Set up Systems
          4. Seek out
          5. Aim for Growth
          6. Leverage Opportunities

          1. Start Smart.
          Identify a niche. Don't compete to be the
          lowest cost provider. Look
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          meaning to you. Keep in mind that we don't know what the future
          many of the jobs and businesses of tomorrow don't exist today. You
          create your own success.

          Now is the time to dream. To start smart, you should like the idea
          the business. The way to earn a good income and build wealth is
          serving clients well, making their life better in some way-it's
          than filling a need in the marketplace. To succeed you want to test
          idea to make sure your potential clients like the idea too. Test

          2. Plan Ahead.
          People often ask me why bother
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          lottery as an example. You may get lucky
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          write a plan of
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          The first rule of a start-up is put some of your own money in
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          The second rule is put as little of your own money as possible in
          business. Prepare your plan and look for funding for your business
          multiple sources, which can include a business loan or business line

          Don't go it alone. Plan ahead now to build your team. Your team
          include a CPA and an attorney that you work with as needed. Add
          mentor from your industry and get a SCORE mentor to help you plan
          success. No one has all the answers. You get more ideas and
          by building a success, support team that can help you plan

          3. Set up Systems.
          The most basic system every business
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          generate enough income to
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          together a personal
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          many sales
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          operating budget and your accounting software are vital to

          4. Seek out Sales.
          The daunting question is how do you go about
          seeking out your first
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          budget to be seen by
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          in your market
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          selling for you-not employees-goodwill referrals. Get out and talk
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          for your product or service. Become a visible part of your market,
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          know. Yes, it's okay to start with friends and family as your
          customers, and then broaden from there.

          5. Aim for Growth.
          The basic tenant of creating a company is that
          you own the company. You
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          risk and less
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          company that
          is more than the job itself. Think about the future. How large
          do you
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          Your answer to each of these questions will influence how you
          There are varying costs and profits associated with growth.
          important to make a deliberate choice early about how you want to
          your company.

          6. Leverage Opportunities.
          Good luck. Good fortune. Good
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          opportunity. When you see a
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          your vision for
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          right fit
          for your business. If something looks great, but it's not in sync
          your long-term plan and budget, think carefully before committing
          company's resources.