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Not enough good quality prospects = Stress. Seven quick solutions.

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The cause of stress in network marketing is having too few prospects.


When we only have a couple of prospects, we press, push, and strain to make them join our opportunity. Prospects feel this pressure and instinctively back away from us.


This leads to fewer prospects and the vicious cycle gets worse and worse.


When we have an abundance of prospects, we’re happy. We are not desperately waiting for a single decision from a single prospect. We aren’t married to the outcome of a single presentation.


Instead, we’re relaxed. We simply share our opportunity and take the first prospects who volunteer and step forward. Now we’re working with volunteers and we have more great prospects waiting in line.


Which scenario describes your network marketing career?


A. Are you pressing and struggling from too few prospects?



B. Or, are you simply accepting applications from the best volunteers from your large pool of quality prospects?


The solution is simple:


Increase your marketing so that you have an abundance of prospects.


Why not increase your personal contacts now? Here are some quick ideas:


1. Host your class reunion. You don’t have to wait for a 10-year or 20-year anniversary. You can do it anytime.


2. Take your best three or four headlines and first sentences and test them. Mail out 100 postcards and test the response for each.


3. Start your own breakfast club. The attendees will gladly send you pre-sold referrals for your efforts.


4. Offer to be a guest on a local radio talk show.


5. Establish some contacts that will send you referrals.


6. Pass out 10 product CDs.


7. Pass out 10 product samples or information packs.


There are plenty of ways to expand your universe of quality prospects. Just pick a method that’s comfortable for you.


Rudi Vanhaecke
Bronze Team Leader SFI
Inrernet Marketing Professional



Waterstraat 59
8730 Beernem

Mobile: +32496292333
Phone: +3250791910
Skype: rudi.vanhaecke



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