Tom 'Big Al' Schreiter teaches you how to succeed in MLM and network marketing by learning a few basic network marketing skills. You know the situation.

You start talking to a prospect and before you get to your second sentence, they are glassy-eyed or gone.

What happened?

You probably started speaking a foreign language and you set off their salesman alarm!

So how can you change what you say and what you do to get people to listen longer?

Here’s a great start from Tom ‘Big Al’ Schreiter, who gives us a primer in words to avoid …

Avoid these prospecting words.

We have our own vocabulary and phrases in network marketing. Unfortunately, while we understand these words, our prospects don’t. These unfamiliar or salesman-type words turn prospects off.

Here are some words you might want to avoid:

Upline, downline, crossline, clothesline … they all mean the same to a confused prospect.

Financial freedom. We know what this means, but do our prospects? Probably not.

They have jobs. Financial freedom isn’t part of their job vocabulary.

Time freedom. Our prospects don’t know anyone with time freedom. This makes us sound like we’re from outer space, or worse, a salesman pitching them on an opportunity.

Residual income. What does residual mean to a prospect? Left-over stuff that no one wants.

Five-figure income. Huh? We use it all the time, but not our prospects. They understand things like $1,000 paychecks.

Now that you know some words to avoid, would you like to know some words you can use that work?  

Just drop in to and get started using the secret language and magic words that help you sponsor fast!

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