The Biggest Lie In Networking Marketing
Want to save alot of money and time in porspecting; In todays post I am going to show you how to do just that.
If our basic assumptions are wrong, it simply does not matter how sound our reasoning is or how precise our planning is.
We are going to fail.
In my Abstract Algebra class we had an exercise where by the number 1 = the number 2 and maintained their individual values. The prof would the put an example like this on the board.
If 1=2 prove 1.237.984 = 47
It’s really pretty simple to prove that without violating any laws of mathematics.
It does not matter what the 2 numbers are, they can even be fractions. The fact is 1 DOES NOT equal 2.
What is the point?
Examine basic assumptions before you succeed [or listen to a pitch ~ LOL]
The Biggest Lie in Network Marketing, if you fall for it, will let the pitch-person prove why you need additional programs to succeed. And, like the math exercise, they won’t violate any other truths.
The Biggest Lie in Network Marketing is “You just have to find the right people” and boy do they have the next best system to help you find the right person.
The right people are every where. Want proof?
Do you know anyone who would not want more money?
Do you know anyone who would like to pay less taxes?
Again, everybody. Yes?
Do you know anyone who would like more time with the people they love?
Do you know anyone that would like to be healthier?
So if everyone wants more money, more time, less taxes and to be heathier then the right people are everywhere.
It really depends on what we say in the first 8-15 seconds that makes us successful or unsuccessful in network marketing.
Try this experiment.
Go to a local grocery store with a friend in 2 cars and get 2 bags of groceries each. Bring them out in carts. Wait for a stranger to come by and tell him, “I hurt my back, could you put these in the trunk for me?”
He obliges and you pull out a $100 bill and try to give it to him. What would he say?
“Oh, that’s OK” or “That is way too much, give it to charity” or “Great, any other chores you want me to do?”
The point is, easy. Right?
Now he goes by your friend who says the same thing, “I hurt my back, could you put these in the trunk for me?” He obliges and your friend pulls out a gun, grabs him by the throat and says, “Give me all your money or I’ll blow your brains out!” Do you think you’d get a completely different reaction?
Look closer. Same stranger,…completely different reaction.
Network marketing is pretty hard when you don’t know what to say in the first few seconds and buying magic systems and leads is an easy sell if you buy the biggest lie, “you just have to find the right people”
Once we do buy the lie we are pretty easy targets for more magic systems, lead generators etc, but here is when it gets really ugly. Since we are still saying the same thing, nothing changes except the balance on our credit cards.
Always examine basic assumptions before moving forward.
The right people are everywhere.