One Minute Presentation – Post 358

Just wanted to share Tom “Big Al” Schreiters formula for the One Minute Presentation

  1. Don’t change.  Keep recommending and promoting the things you like as you always have, like your favorite thing to do on weekends, your favorite restaurants, your favorite movies.  I told him that most people do network marketing everyday but they just don’t get paid for it.
  2. Sometime in your lifetime, you have to find four people who feel the same way that you do about this business.  I told him the name of my company and that they have life-changing products that help people feel better and live better.  I told him that he doesn’t have to find all 4 people right away.  Pace yourself!  Find one a month, one a year, one a decade.
  3. And between everyone that you talk to and everyone that they talk to and everyone that they talk to forever and ever and ever, you eventually accumulate about 300 people who use our products on a regular basis and you would earn between $6000 and $7500 per month.  That’s it.  The rest is up to you.  What do you think?

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I Can’t Have Success, My Sponsor Lives Too Far Away. – Post 357

How about another problem?

Tom “big al” Schreiter can teach you how to build a great business just by knowing what to say and do..here is another example of his knowledge, notice NO EGO, NO AGENDA…..

Let’s say that my sponsor lives too far away. I can’t become successful because my sponsor doesn’t come to help me. How are we going to move my thinking from distributor thinking to leadership thinking?

Here’s a story you could tell me.

You: Keith, I know you think that you can’t become successful because I live too far away. I can’t help you do local meetings and I can’t come to Houston to help you do two-on-one presentations.

However, let’s imagine that you’re taking a flight home to Houston, Texas. There is another passenger sitting next to you on the airplane. Your casual conversation goes like this:

Keith: “Hey, what do you do for a living?”
Passenger: “I am the president of a local entrepreneurs’ club. We have 10,000 members and they’re all entrepreneurs. We meet in the evenings because we all have regular jobs, but our club is looking for a part-time business to get into.”

Keith: “Oh really? What kind of business?”
Passenger: “Well, we don’t want to have stores because that would be boring. We’d be tied down to one location. We’re outgoing people and we’re interested in sales and marketing. We enjoy meeting, networking, and working with other people. We don’t have a lot of money to invest – maybe only a couple thousand dollars each.”

“But we’re willing to work as hard as we can to build successful businesses. But you know what? I haven’t been able to find any part-time business for our members yet. And if I don’t find something pretty soon, they’re going to throw me out of office. I’m pretty worried.”

So what is Keith thinking? He’s thinking, ‘Oh, man, I’ve hit the mother lode! My business opportunity is going to be perfect for them. She’s going to thank me.’
And then Keith asks:”Oh, by the way, where do you live?”
Passenger: “I live in Miami.”

And now Keith’s going to throw up his hands in despair and say: “Oh no! That’s too bad. I could never sponsor you because I wouldn’t be local.”

At that point, I change my thinking. I understand that if I keep believing that the sponsor must live locally, I’d pass by many great opportunities. In fact, if I keep that distributor thinking, that would mean that I could never sponsor someone more than ten miles away from my house!

After you tell me that story, will my thinking move from distributor thinking to leadership thinking?

Maybe not all the way, but I’m getting closer, right?

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Financial Slavery – Post 356

This story sound familiar: Dad comes home, slams the door, shouts at the dog, kicks the cat, and almost kills the canary. The children hide under the bed, while his wife carefully placed a bowl of soup on the table.

“It looks like Dad had a bad day,” whispered one of the little brothers hiding outside the line of fire.

Lately, it seemed that every day was bad for Dad.

Dad was experiencing the stress of living in financial slavery.

It wasn’t that dad was poor or didn’t earn enough money.

Financial slavery occurs when money and finances occupy the priority place in our lives.

Financial slavery occurs when what we owe dictates the lives we live.

Financial slavery occurs when what we owe dictates the jobs we hold.

Do you find yourself with:

  • Excessive Concern about Finances
    People in financial slavery are under such economic stress that they can’t get their finances out of their heads. At home, they worry about finances; at work, they think about their bills; driving the car, they calculate their bank account; eating dinner, they plan how they will make their payments. It makes them a giant bag of nerves.
  • Anger, Wrath, and Bad MoodsWith financial pressure bothering them all time, they’re often in a bad mood. They shout, they’re nervous, they get angry for no reason, and people generally prefer to avoid them.

Is this you?

Did you know the system is set up to keep you in fincial slavery?

The deck is stacked against you, but the good news is
You Don’t Have to Play Their Games,
there is a better way.

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