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When Presenting An Opportunity, Be Creative; Encourage The Prospect To Ask Many Questions, And Be Certain That Your Answers Are Authentic…

Published on 2/3/2018
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Before sharing the opportunity, one should always pique the prospect’s interest; understand what he or she needs and build their conversations around these needs, with the hope of fulfilling them.

 

When prospecting, face to face approach can be challenging, especially if one is shy; therefore, it’s a good idea if he or she get accustomed to, or learn online prospecting, which incorporates Instant Messaging; however, in this approach, as with many, one should focus on what the customer wants.

 

One should always begin and end his or her IM (Instant Messaging) conversations with a question; giving the prospect something to think about, and always remember that, the most important person in the conversion is ‘the prospect’.

 

“Quit looking for the people you’re looking for and start looking for the people that are looking for you.” ~ Doug Firebaugh

 

When presenting an opportunity, one should be creative, and always encourage the prospect to ask as many questions as possible, and be certain that his or her answers are authentic.

 

“If you share a good idea long enough, it will eventually fall on good people.” ~ Jim Rohn

 

As with any business opportunity, one should be consistent; set goals and talk to many people about his or her business every day; doing his or her very best to meet these goals; if one should miss a day of prospecting, he or she should make it his or her duty, and do extra before that week is out.

 

”The challenge may not be easy, but it is possible.” ~ Author Unknown

 

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