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Effective Communication

Published on 1/19/2015
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What Is The BIG Secret To Building Online Teams That Work?

  • The REAL Key To Success Is SIMPLE.
Paul J Meyer (author of Chicken Soup for the Golden Soul) says "Communication (the human connection) is the key to personal and career success.

    Not a lot of words, but the advice is extremely powerful.

    If you talk to anyone who has a successful marriage, ask them what part communication plays in that extremely critical relationship we should all desire.

    The same thing (to a lesser degree) should be sought after when building a team to accomplish common goals for any online venture we may have an interest in.

    Much like a couple that tries to build a strong bond when the only communication used is leaving notes to each other on the refrigerator, I think it takes more thought than "nice PR" to establish a connection on IBO Toolbox. What seems even worse to me, is clicking Like with nothing to say at all. Why bother?

    I guess that's why I really prefer Skype over email or messaging on IBO, so you have a chance to have a real conversion with someone for potential mutual benefit, instead of just passing links.

    Of course, (just like in a marriage) it doesn't always come off the way both parties expect. Just this morning I answered a request to connect on Skype that sounded promising at first, [1/18/2015 10:56:24 AM] *** Hi, I see you're an entrepreneur too. It would be great to help each other and share ideas. Please add me on skype. Thanks, [first name] ***.

    He started out just fine, with a few questions to determine my buying temperature. I was fine with that and answered truthfully, but it slowed down the conversation abruptly when I didn't indicate I was desperate to make money online and was not having success with what I was already doing. Then all I got was a link to a squeeze page.

    What happened next was interesting to me. I told him I didn't opt-in to anything without more information and he said I could opt-out if I didn't like it. Why couldn't he just start of with some REAL INFORMATION I could consider, that might have led me to take a further look? Didn't he originally start off with an invitation to "share ideas"?

    How about you? Are you sold enough on what you promote that you don't mind sharing your honest opinions with anyone, or are you locked in to the "note on the refrigerator approach" where you don't need to do any real communicating yourself and expect your squeeze page and canned follow up messages to do it for you?

    I did end up sending him a link to see an alternative to what he was doing, but obviously he didn't bother to look and had no further comments.



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