Have you ever wondered where you can find prospects who are ready to buy your products and join your team?
We’re talking prospects who are already qualified and have a high likelihood of joining your business or buying your products.
Well, they’re out there, right now, waiting to hear from you!
And in this post, I’m going to share exactly how to connect with them…en masse.
Did you know your local grocery store is carefully crafted to provide more opportunities to make you want to buy more?
Milk, cheese, eggs, and meat are spread out around the perimeter so you have to circumnavigate the entire store to buy the most common staples…not to mention how the checkout aisle provides ample last-minute temptation to maximize your checkout value!
It’s an awful clever trick on their part, but here’s the good news…
Your business can benefit immensely from such sales funnels too!
And on that note, below I’m going to reveal…
How you can turn perfect strangers into passionate business-builders using online funnels
Would you like to know how attraction marketing can help you rapidly grow your network marketing business, completely obliterate rejection, and give you a completely unfair advantage when it comes to prospecting and recruiting?
Stay tuned if that sounds appealing, because that’s precisely what I’m going to share below.
First, let me ask you this…
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In the traditional business world, people think having a BIG business with a bunch of resources…
…such as being able to hire the best, pay signing bonuses, issue stocks galore, cut enormous paychecks, and provide outrageous perks…
…all SEEM like unfair advantages large corporations have over the “little guy.”
But in actuality, being small has its own advantages.
I’m currently reading book titled, The Road Less Stupid, by a personal mentor, Keith Cunningham and a chapter in his phenomenal book has inspired me to write about this topic.
Keith, if you’re not familiar, is essentially the “Rich Dad” from the popular Rich Dad, Poor Dad books, and he is neither Hawaiian nor the father of Robert Kiyosaki’s childhood friend.
However, some of his teachings or a version of his original teachings—including what we know as the “Cashflow Quadrant”—were attributed to the fictional “Rich Dad” character in Kiyosaki’s books.
Anyway, in The Road Less Stupid, Keith talks about some of the advantages of being a small company…