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Direct Sales Coach: No Rejection Prospecting

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How to prospect without fear of rejection: These days we have so many tools at our fingertips! When I started my business there was no internet, no Facebook, no email. You had to pick up the phone or send snail mail to contact people.
Wow, how things have changed...so let's use these tools to our advantage. But...you can suck up a LOT of time trying to learn them and use them effectively.
One super simple prospecting method is being used by top marketers and recruiters everywhere, yet many still are not using it.
Do this at least twice a week and start to see your team and customers grow! Here's the steps to take: 1. Get your prospect list in order. You likely have about 20 people you've put off calling and can contact. 2. Get your message in line. Are you contacting them about recruiting? Sales? Bookings? Write a short (a line or two) message for each prospect. You can use one message for all your recruit prospects, one for sales follow ups, etc. 3. Get out your phone and write e…

WAHM Business Building: GET OVER IT!

1. You signed up with your business to make some money, work a flex job, help out your family or even make a whole new career. 2. You put some effort in; did well at first. Maybe you didn't. Either way, you realized "Hey, I need some new customers but where do I find them?" 3. You poked around the internet a bit. Maybe a LOT. You found tons of resources to help recruit, build, make money, create systems, etc. All SCREAMING at you to pick them. 4. You signed up, read some, did some more, maybe had a little more success and got excited about your business again. "Hey, this might really be something one day..." 5. Life interfered (as it does) and you are back to where you were. Exhausted and tired of the hype, you now just try to glean whatever freebie info you can that looks like it has merit and plug on. 6. TODAY: I'm here to tell you I GET IT. I've been there in many similar ways and I've learned so much. Enough that I want to share it...but only with th…