Sunday, August 08, 2010

MLM Marketing Secrets-More rejection isn't good for you.

If you are looking to increase your mlm marketing skills, Tom, Big Al, Schreiter is an excellent teacher and mentor.

In a recent article in his newsletter, The Big Al Report, he talked about how contrary to some opinions, more rejections ISN'T good for you. Here is why.

More rejection isn't good for you.

New distributor: "But I contacted 100 people and only one person wanted to come to a presentation. I hate all this rejection!"

Sponsor: "Great! See what is happening? For every 99 times you are rejected, you get one person to come to a presentation. All you need to do is to talk to more people."

Ouch.

If you are the distributor getting all this rejection, you're tired of hearing these rah-rah motivational lessons:

* Every "No" brings you closer to a "Yes."

* Pretend that you are getting paid for every "No. "

* They're not rejecting you, they are just rejecting the opportunity.

* Each "No" is just one person closer to a "Yes."
Wouldn't it be easier to learn new skills? New skills that will get more prospects to tell you "Yes"? Wouldn't it be more fun to get 50 people to say "Yes" instead of only one person out of 100?

Instead of working harder, and getting more rejection, let's learn new skills.

Ready to start now?

Some years ago I recorded an interview with telephone networking superstar, Tom Paredes. He shared his awesome contacting skills and his unique three-call technique. Tom seldom gets rejection because of the methods he uses.

Of course you can order these CDs at our website, but you can read the entire word-for-word transcript FREE.

This interview is quite long . . . really long. Too long for this newsletter.

But, you'll love the details of exactly what to say and do.

To read the entire transcript, just go to:

http://www.fortunenow.com/public/106.cfm

Enjoy. 



Tom 'Big Al' Schreiter
Fortune Network Publishing
PO Box 890084
Houston, TX 77289  USA
http://www.FortuneNow.com

PO Box 890084, Houston, TX 77289 USA

Read the interview. It's great!

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