Some people think that mentoring for free has no value. I disagree! We mentor all our clients and team for free with huge success.
You have to ask yourself what kind of mentoring am I getting? Am I getting the old run of the mill mentoring or am I getting what is needed to run a successful Network Marketing Business?
One of the most important parts of mentoring in network marketing is giving people the skills needed to speak to others and get others to say, yes. You can have the most glossy professional material but if the person you are trying to show it to is not willing to listen then you will not succeed.
The skill that is needed is to learn how to talk to anyone and have them ask for more information. Have them want to learn about what you are offering. Skill is the key!
I can walk into a room and start listening to people talk and end up with people who want to learn more about my company.
It’s not hard! Network Marketing Companies don’t teach this skill, they teach you to find willing people to listen. Well, those people are few and far between.
They use an old out dated system , which is following the 80/20 Rule in a bizzar way. Where out of 100 people, 80 people will do nothing and 20 will listen. Then out of the 20 who are listening the closing ratio gets even less.
I submit that it is silly to walk by the 80 to get to the 20, lets talk to the 80 and then work with 60. How is this done you might be asking? Through skills that we teach our team. The 80 out of 100 people will ask for information then 60 plus people will be candidates for joining your business. If you have 64 people who have heard about your offer and want to go further, how many will you get to join your Network Marketing Business?
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Your Success Is Our Goal,
Dr. Raymond Jewell