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2/19/2012 11:52:34 AM EST
|How to Empower Your Prospecting by Asking the Right Questions
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Most network marketers just starting out have that fear of prospecting, sharing their business. Most struggle and stumble with prospecting and recruiting from day one. Two and a half years ago, my sponsor had no list, no friends, (he had already prospected them a dozen times for a dozen other failed businesses) and no money.
Broke, out of business, with not a dollar to his name, (his girlfriend was paying his bills) he has gone from "Foreclosure to Figi" in less than 24 months, creating a monthly income, surpassing what some doctors and lawyers earn in a year, vacationing 10 days at a time in exotic tropical paradises and earning tens of thousands of dollars every week in the process. How did he do it you may ask.
He sat down when he decided to make his fortune in network marketing with his current opportunity, which he says will be his last he will ever need to be part of, and created the following list of questions every marketer should have in their prospecting arsenal when speaking to potential prospects. He stuck to a formula and just made a decision to find the right people to work with. When speaking to anyone he needed to have specific questions to qualify prospects and only work with those that gave answers that suggested they were ripe for a network marketing opportunity. These are questions he uses.
The following 30 Network Marketing Recruiting Questions to ask when speaking to a prospect will help you guide them to a decision whether your opportunity is a right fit or not, and if they can work with you. These are random and can be molded to your specific opportunity
1. Would you be open to a side project that didn’t interfere with what you are currently doing?
2. Would you be open to exploring another avenue of making income part time?
3. What has recently changed in your life that has you open to a home business?
4. Ever wonder if there was a way to make money on Facebook?
5. Ever get the feeling you were meant to do something great?
6. If you had the money, would you jump at this opportunity?
7. I know you don’t know but if you did know, what would you really like to have in life?
8. How long will you have to continue working that many hours?
9. Ever wish you could travel more?
10. Ever think about how you would like to spend more time with your family?
11. If someone were willing to show you how to make money from home, would you be coachable?
12. Did you know there are ways to create income that flow into your bank account whether you roll out of bed each morning or simply choose to do nothing and take everyday off?
13. If you had a magic wand, what would your perfect job be?
14. Do You Know anyone that Might want to make more money than they already are?
15. When you said you wanted to spend more time with your family, were you serious about that?
16. Do you keep your options open when it comes to making extra money?
17. Know anyone that has been affected by the economy that might be open to making some extra money?
18. I am looking for a good financial planner/realtor/whatever to work with in the home business I am doing part time, do you know any?
19. Do you like helping other people and would you be interested in getting paid to do so?
20. Do you see yourself doing what you are doing 20 years from now?
21. Would you be interested in looking at a way to make the same money you do now, but making it monthly instead of annually?
22. If money was not an issue, what would you do for fun?
23. If money was not an issue, how would you help people?
24. What is it you would like to see in a home business?
25. What do you like about what you are currently doing?
26. What would you like to change about your current situation?
27. What challenges have you faced in the past?
28. What are your goals for this year? Why?
29. What made you join a home business in the past?
30. What did you hope to get out of your last home biz that you didn’t get?
and a bonus question I enjoy... If I can show you a way to make the more money than you do now, working 10 hours a week, instead of 70 hours a week, would you want to see what I am doing.
I hope you find some value or see some questions here you may never have thought to ask. the most important task when prospecting is to ask questions, and never sell. Your goal is to find out what your prospect wants or needs to solve a problem in their lives and see if you can provide a solution. I hope you can use this to grow your business.
If you are looking for a business, or are not getting support or having success with your current business, or need to return to the work force out of necessity, maybe I can help.
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Look this is the bottom Line: The question is how fast do you want to profit from what my team is doing and willing to help you do the same? Don’t let someone join before you, put them in your team!
Here’s living the life you truly dream about!
Always in prosperity,
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|Taking the time to help a prospect understand the opportunity you're offering the first step to building a foundation for residual income. Many prospects want answers to what they may not be able to verbalize.|
|Thank you for your kind feedback Kathy, You are more than welcome to share with your team, I hope that they will feel empowered and these suggestions that my upline sponsor shared with me will benefit anyone building their respective network marketing opportunity|
|Hello Terry, thank you for sharing this list, great information. When the time is right, I will use some of these questions as a way to break the ice and get them to talking about what they want.|
|Terry, I love this blog! It explains what networking is all about and gives specifics on how to connect with others in a genuine, caring way.
Do I have your permission to share with my team? I will certainly give you credit.
|Thanks Wayne, I appreciate that. I have seen your work on your blog and that means a great deal coming from a leader such as yourself. |
|Great article Terry!! Will like and tweet for you.|
|Thanks for posting this article Terry, that is a great list of questions. T&L my friend|