Here’s a tip from Tom ‘Big Al’ Schreiter for building a local group rejection-free.

You want to build a breakfast club of entrepreneurs and small business owners. Why? Because each member of the breakfast club will gladly pre-sell and send you qualified prospects for your business. Instead of looking for cold prospects, you’ll spend your time giving presentations to pre-sold prospects who can’t wait to get started with your business.

Won’t that be a change from your normal prospecting activities? And the best part is that you’ll never have to worry about rejection or embarrassment.

These pre-sold prospects want to join your business.  They were pre- sold by your fellow club members. Allyou have to do is fill in a few details. That sounds great . . . but why will your breakfast club members send you these hot, pre-sold prospects?

There are three reasons people join your network marketing company.

First, because they know you. Prospects only buy from people they know. They don’t buy from strangers. Your breakfast club members will pre-sell you, your background, and your opportunity to these prospects. When you actually meet the prospects, they will already feel that they know you.

Second, your prospects will instantly like you.  Prospects only buy from people they like. They don’t buy from people they dislike. Your breakfast club members pre-sell prospects on what a wonderful, likable person you are. And you are likable, aren’t you?

Third, your prospects will trust you. You don’t buy from people you distrust, do you? Neither will your prospects. Your breakfast club members’ high recommendation of you will give prospects instant trust in you. That’s one of the biggest hurdles in network marketing. If prospects don’t trust you, they won’t listen to you.

Breakfast clubs make prospecting easy, fun, and efficient. What more could you ask for in a network marketing prospecting method?

Learn how to build locally with dozens of tips from Big Al’s “How To Find Hot Local Prospects.”

Bob and Anna Bassett


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