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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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VIDEO: Tom “Big Al” Schreiter shares his greatest Network Marketing first sentence.

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Imagine, you’re having a conversation with a prospect, you know a network marketing business would be good for them… but you’re not sure how to bring up the topic of Network Marketing.

Wouldn’t it be good to know some of the easiest ways to bring up Network Marketing during a conversation? Well, in this video, Mastermind Event presenter Tom “Big Al” Schreiter shares his most tried-and-tested first sentence.

And once again, because everyone on your team can use this first sentence, it duplicates.

Sometime during your conversation, simply share Tom’s first sentence. I think you’ll find, like we have, that it naturally steers the conversation towards the benefits of having a Network Marketing business.

And check this out…

I’m going to share a Special Report with you soon. In it you’ll find a simple story you can share after using Tom’s first sentence. It’s so simple in fact (and since it’s a story), you won’t even have to memorize it… you’ll just find yourself effortlessly sharing the story with your prospect. And since it’s a story, your prospect will be leaning forward, eager to hear what you have to say.

Make sure you are on our update list so you can get the Free Special Report the moment it becomes available!

Create Your Success!


Art Jonak
http://MastermindEvent.com

PS: Want to make more money in Network Marketing? Then I highly recommend you come to the Network Marketing Mastermind Event, and bring your team. Tom and I both look forward to seeing you there! If you don’t haven’t done so already, get your tickets today!

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VIDEO: So, How Much Money Have YOU Made In Network Marketing…?

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There are two types of Network Marketers in the world…

1) Those who worry about what to say when someone asks them this question, and;
2) Those who can’t wait for someone to ask them!

In this video, Mastermind Event presenter Tom “Big Al” Schreiter shares his tried-and-tested answer.

And here’s the best part, everyone on your team can use the answer; whether they just joined today or have been in for years… whether they’ve made some money, tons of money or haven’t made a single penny yet. Tom’s answer duplicates because everyone can use it.

Create Your Success!


Art Jonak
http://MastermindEvent.com

PS: Want to make more money in Network Marketing? Then come to the Network Marketing Mastermind Event, and bring your team. Tom and I both look forward to seeing you there! If you don’t haven’t done so already, get your tickets today!

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