Today’s Post Via: Facebook LIVE!!!

It’s inevitable, when you build a successful network marketing team you will run into cross-line issues.  Don’t let it take wind out of your sails.  I’ll be sharing my solutions to  5 very common Network Marketing cross-line situations.

via: Facebook LIVE!!!!

Wednesday April 27, 2016 | 10:00 AM HST

Hope to see you there!

Time To Leave The Shore…(2 min read)

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A pic and a thought to start off this week.  A little surf story because you know how I roll.  When my kids were learning how to surf, one of the very first skills I taught them was how to read the ocean.  They learned to identify currents, tides, and how to count the sets.

For any of you unfamiliar with the ocean, waves come in sets.  Sometimes a rouge wave or what we call a freak set will roll in.  For the most part, they are predictable and patterned.  Between each set is a period of calm.  That calm period is the best time to paddle out or in.  Reading the patterns keeps you safe.  Sometimes, so safe you never want to leave the shore.

In network marketing, many get caught on the shore reading the sets.  The “personal development trap,” I call it.  We’ve all been there in some way, shape, or form.  You keep studying, training, and waiting for the best time to go for it.

I say, you already know enough to get started. Start small and work your way up. By all means at least get in the water and paddle around in the shallow.  Get a feel for the current and the temperature of the water.  Learn from other people out there “killing it” in their business.

You’ve counted the sets, now lets paddle out!  Happy Monday!

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Call for Back-Up!…(1 min read)

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If you get knocked down, you get back up again, right?  If it were that easy, most people would do it.  I say, getting back-up makes getting back up a whole lot easier.  We live in a time where we can access any information with our fingertips from a smart phone.  People ask their FaceBook friends for parenting tips.  My daughter teachers herself math on Khan Academy.

My point is, the back-up we need is out there, we just need to search for it.  Chances are someone has been through a similar struggle as you and has talked about it on some on-line platform.  Today, it’s not about “who’s the smartest,” it’s about ” who’s the most resourceful.”  Comment below, email me your questions.  My goal is to back YOU up & bring YOU content that is relevant, that will save you time.  Aloha my friends!

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3 Tips to Get You Pitch Perfect…(2 min read)

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We’ve all heard of the “elevator pitch,” (explain your business in 30 seconds) but how effective is it really? Are you even using it properly? I hear this word get thrown around to the point of exhaustion.  Today it’s often synonymous with uncomfortable sales situations and coercion tactics.  If you take the time to sharpen up this skill it can be prove to be indispensable. Lets use the metaphor of baseball.  Take MLB Champ Tom Seaver for example, arguably one of the best pitchers of all time.  He has spent a lifetime perfecting his pitch through victory and defeat.  Here are a few of his quotes:

“The artful pitcher must take the inevitable peaks and valleys of pitching in stride and never give in to the batters or lose sight of his/her own strengths.”

  1. Prepare yourself & bet on your strengths: Right out the gates, you can’t possibly know everything about the product or service you are marketing.  A good start is to learn a whole lot about what YOU love about your product first.  Add this to your pitch and it will naturally ooze with genuine passion and excitement.

 

“Pitch within yourself.”

  1. Be You: The script is an outline to help you stay on track. If you’re company encourages a certain language or script, use it in your own way.  Your family and friends know you. They can read your pitch a mile away if you suddenly switch to “script reading robot” mode.  With a cold contact (someone you’ve met for the first time), you can be more formal but be careful if it’s outside of your strength zone.

 

“God is living in New York, and he’s a Mets fan.”

  1. Conviction: Gain a personal conviction of your product or service.  Most elevator pitches lead to more dialog and usually the next phase of the conversation will be, “Have you tried it?” “What do you like about it?”  After working so hard to encourage dialog you don’t want to start fumbling with your words.  People respect authenticity.

Be consistent in your efforts and don’t worry about the numbers.  Apply these tips to your elevator speech and let me know how it goes.  Let’s Play Ball!

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