5 Tips To Grow #28

Here are my “5 Tips To Grow” for you, a list of what I’ve learned, experienced or enjoyed most in previous weeks.

What I’m writing / blog post of the week:

Last week I had a chance to meet a true legend author and speaker Tom “Big Al” Schreiter who is called “The Greatest Networker in the World!”. Tom “Big Al” Schreiter has over 20 million books in print and has presented to audiences in over 70 countries. In this week’s post, I shared one lesson from Big Al on How to Give a One Minute Presentation.

When we can give our entire business presentation in less than one minute, many good things happen. We save time, not only for ourselves but for our prospects. That makes two people happy. Plus, this gives us the flexibility to give our presentation anywhere, at any time, in any circumstances. And finally, all the sales tension disappears from our prospects when they know our presentation will take only one minute.

Read the story here: How to Give a One Minute Presentation

The past three episodes of Tips To Grow: 27, 26, and 25.

What I’m reading:

You can turn any warm or cold prospect into a hot prospect, wanting to know all about your business. How?

By learning how to effectively introduce your business into a social conversation with an easy, rejection-free sequence of just a few words.

Prospects want what you have to offer, but they are afraid of someone selling them. However, prospects love to buy and join. So why not use socially acceptable word sequences that compel any prospect to literally beg you for a presentation?

This book contains several effective formulas with many examples of each formula that you can use or modify. Once we know how the formulas work, we can create unlimited Ice Breakers on-demand to use and pass on to our downline.

Get your copy here: Ice Breakers! How To Get Any Prospect To Beg You for a Presentation

My Favorite podcast episode:

Gary Vaynerchuk on Work-Life Balance, Hustle, and Family on Build Your Tribe podcast with Chalene Johnson.  This is an episode you’ll have to listen to because Shalene asked the hard questions and challenge Gary on his work/life balance position. Some topics they dived deep into include: what drives Gary to keep hustling, what it means to him to leave a legacy, and how he handles raising his kids and running his businesses.

Worth reading/watching:

  • We tend to say yes when we mean to say no. This is the reason we get stuck chairing a committee or taking on projects we cannot handle. Saying no is an important skill – learn 17 Different Ways to Say No.#Leadership
  • Fish oil is one of the most commonly consumed dietary supplements. It’s rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which are very important for your health. If you don’t eat a lot of oily fish, taking a fish oil supplement could help you get enough omega-3 fatty acids. Here are 13 health benefits of fish oil. #HealthyLiving
  • 50 ways to be ridiculously generous — and feel ridiculously good by Alexandra Franzen. A great list to shape up your day, week, month or even whole year.

What I’m thinking about:

“Most people do network marketing every day, but they just don’t get paid for it.” ― Tom “Big Al” Schreiter

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Thanks for reading!

Have a very successful next week!


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