Sunday, January 13, 2013

Network Marketing Recruiting Ideas: Hot Tips from Big Al On How To Build Your Business Successfully in 2013

When it comes to increasing my network marketing recruiting ideas, one of my favorite people to learn from is Tom, Big Al, Schreiter. He has been doing network marketing for so many years, the knowledge just kinds of pours out of him.

For today's post, I just thought I'd share with you some resources of Big Al's which I feel will greatly help you as you look to build even more successfully in 2013. I want to do even better in 2013. How about you?

Tip #1: If you read these two posts and "get it" ... then you will want to join our professional learning community at

Post #1 from Big Al's "Fortune Now" Forum:

We give prospects long presentations filled with information.

At the end of the presentation, the prospects make an "informed decision" to logically pick the best choice for their lives.

Uh, doesn't sound like reality does it?

Prospects make dumb decisions, irrational decisions, self-sabotaging decisions ... we see it all the time.

So if this is NOT how it works, then why do we repeat the process over and over ... hoping for a different result? Isn't that the definition of insanity?


Tip #2: Slightly embarrassing sandwich shop video, but great tips on finding the
perfect prospects. Three minutes.

Tip #3: Here are my four best tips on closing prospects:

Tip #4: The best time to ask for referrals? Not when the prospect turns you down at
the end of your presentation. The best time is when you start your presentation.

Simply say: "This may or may not be good for you, but could you do me a favor?
Could you recommend a couple people that you know to me that it would be good

Most people will say "Yes" and then you start your presentation. At the end, if
they don't join, you simply ask them for the names of people that they know that
they think it would be good for.

Some people just don't "get it"...

They insist on crippling their business by ignoring the six levels of communication.

This is simple stuff. Nothing really to learn. We just have to choose the highest level of communication that is available at the time.

But some don't "get it" and keep destroying their chances with the prospect. Get your downline to understand this concept so they'll be more effective immediately. Go to:

No-cost mini-course on the "Six Levels of Communication": 

No-cost video training by "Big Al" and Art Jonak: 

==> And you will quickly learn that this newsletter is a low, "Level One" communication. It will make you smile.

Tip #5: Five great headline examples to get your prospects' attention.

* "How a Sarasota postman helps people get an extra paycheck in their mailbox every month.

* "How a 17-year-old high school junior earns more money part-time than her teacher does full-time."

* "Drink this fruit juice every morning and burn fat all day long."

* "Would you rather have a 3-day workweek?"

* "How to make money every time your neighbor turns on the lights."

You will learn more about creating interesting headlines and prospecting sentences in the Big Al Library. Network marketing is easy when we know what to say and do. Get the complete Big Al Skill Library today.

Tom 'Big Al' Schreiter
Fortune Network Publishing
Phone +1 (281) 280-9800
PO Box 890084, Houston, TX 77289  USA

Hope you found these recruiting ideas not only helpful, but will also take the time to learn and use them! Remember to always visit the business building resources below.

To Your Success,
Monique Hawkins
Be A Mentor With A Servant's Heart

Resources To Help You Grow Your Business

"Success in 10 Steps" The ebook recommended by Tom Schreiter and
Michael Dlouhy which teaches you how to build a successful mlm business in 10 easy steps. or

My Personal Blog: Monique's Home Based Business Tips

Pre-sell non-networkers. Easy-to-use .pdf brochure, no cost:

Do You Make These Social Networking Mistakes?

The Big Al Complete Library Special: Volume 1 + Volume 2 + Bonuses! Now you can learn every magic sentence, every story technique, the "One-Minute Presentation," super recruiting skills and more.

What to say to the "Red" personality ... You often hear me talk about the four different "color" personalities.   Yes, one of the 25 basic skills is the "color" personalities. It makes us communicate more effectively.

MLM Leads and Prospects: A better way! If you are looking for leads, or even buying leads - please watch this first. You want to say the right things to prospects.

The MLM Secret Code for "No." How to understand when prospects are telling us "No" - and the 9 words that make all the difference in your business. 

3 ways to Brand Your Business:

"How to Double Your Traffic by Writing Irresistible Headlines" Webinar

The Big Al Report by Tom Schreiter: 

How to get your first 927 customers:

How to position your company so customers think of you first:

Complimentary Four Day Postcard Marketing Course

"How to Build Your Small Business Fast With Simple Postcards" (New 2011 Edition)

'Low-Cost Marketing Secrets'

'How to Build a High-Profit Business on a Low-Impact Budget'

This three-minute video explains why the first 17 seconds are so important:

For your extremely shy new distributors, here is a short video to help them become better around people. Get five great ideas in less than four minutes - and you'll smile.

If you are brave enough to give your downline a test to see if they know what
they are doing, here is an easy test you can download. Oh, and the answers are

We have a bunch of great training CDs with scratched labels. Learn the
"One-Minute Presentation" and "How To Manipulate And Control The Minds Of Others For Fun And Profit" + ... well, just go to:

Big Al: The 6 Levels Of Communication.

Big Al: The greatest Network Marketing first sentence.

Big Al: So, How Much Money Have YOU Made In Network Marketing?

VIDEO: Freeze ... or SUCCEED?

VIDEO: Don't give up on your dreams, just SHRINK THEM! Say what?

Video: Network Marketers are Job Creators!

Video: Conflict Resolution

Video: What are YOU Fueling ... Your Dreams or Your Drama?

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