Friday, October 23, 2009

MLM Business Lead-

Some of us struggle to get even one mlm business lead because we lack the skills. There are many skills we need to learn, but one of the most important one a rep must have is giving a SHORT presentation.

Some of us are very long-winded and we lose people easily. Wouldn't it be great to learn how to give a short presentation and still have people learning forward for more!

Let's let legend, Tom, Big Al, Schreiter, teach us how!

Why distributors can't get presentations.

Here are four reasons why distributors don't present their program to their warm market of friends and relatives:
1. They don't understand how their program works.

2. They are personally incompetent. They don't attend training sessions.

3. They fear rejection.

4. They don't believe in their program.
Want to solve these four problems?

Try making your presentations simple. I personally recommend a "one-minute presentation" for new distributors.
A simple presentation is clear and easy for the prospect and distributor to understand.

A simple presentation is easy to learn and doesn't require a three-hour training session.

A simple presentation helps reduce rejection. The prospect doesn't build up sales resistance if the presentation takes only one minute.
And finally, it's easy to believe in your program if you find it easy to explain.

So why not try to reduce your sales presentation to only the most pertinent points? If the prospect is interested, he can always get additional details at his first training session.

If you need help creating a "One-Minute Presentation," simply take this no-cost mini-course by going to:

Tom 'Big Al' Schreiter
Fortune Network Publishing
PO Box 890084
Houston, TX 77289 USA

To Your Success,
Monique Hawkins
Skype: Monique371

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