VIDEO: The 6 Levels Of Communication.

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When connecting with a prospect, moving them up the ladder of escalation, not down it, has a significant impact on whether or not they decide to join your team.

In this interview with Mastermind Event presenter Tom “Big Al” Schreiter, we cover the “Six Levels of Communication” and how, when used properly, they can have a profound effect on your prospecting results.

Enjoy the video… and feel free to leave your comments below. :)

By the way, I have a great ‘infographic’ coming your way in my next email. It’ll get your prospects really thinking about about starting a Network Marketing business with you. :)

Also, Part 2 of my interview with Orrin Woodward is nearly done. This time we discuss “conflict resolution” and it’s off the charts! You’re going to love it!

I’m proud of YOU for choosing to be an entrepreneur within the Network Marketing profession! Remember, choose the highest level of communication whenever possible! :)

Here’s to YOUR Success!


Art Jonak

PS: Get your tickets to the Network Marketing Mastermind Event.
Visit: http://MastermindEvent.com

PPS: Let’s connect on InstaGram! My username is artjonak

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10 thoughts on “VIDEO: The 6 Levels Of Communication.

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