You need to change your MLM business presentation
It never ceases to amaze me that so many people are willing to give network marketing a try. It must be the lure of easy money. Little do they know what lies ahead.
Certainly not EASY money.
There’s a 97% chance that the new network marketer will loss money in this venture. Yet, people come to this business by the thousands every week.
In my last post, I wrote about MLM business presentations. I mentioned how they are all the same. They tell about the company, how great the company is, the product the company sells, how great the products is and then they dazzle you with the amount of money that’s possible to make in the business.
The amount of money that you could make is some astronomical number. It might be $20,000 per month or even more.
I remember the first time I saw the Amway MLM business presentation. When the presenter said that I would be making $100,000 per year, I was hooked.
I’ve had to learn a lot of different MLM business presentations
I’m now in my 7th network marketing business. I saw the business presentation and when they got to the money, I yawned. I had heard it all before. It didn’t seem real for some reason. Intellectually, I know that the money might be real. If I you figure out a way to recruit the right people and they figure out a way to recruit the right people, it could mean big money.
My thought today is maybe the big money finish to all MLM business presentations is too unbelievable for the average person.
Does their BS radar kick in? Are they thinking that this is too good to be true and it probably is? Has their salesperson alert started ringing in their head?
I don’t know for sure, but most people say “No” to our opportunities!
Some people hear that they can make millions in network marketing and they are hooked for life and some people hear that and they
walk run away. I wonder what the difference is?
What would happen if we toned things down a bit? What would happen if we did our business presentation and instead of the big money finish we make it more believable?
Maybe your MLM business presentation would be more believable
What if we tell the prospect that if they work 5-10 hours a week that they can make an extra $1,000 per month?
Hey, don’t laugh. Most network marketers would give their left arms for $1,000 extra a month. That’s a mortgage payment for a lot of people!
How much better would things be for you, if you had someone to pay your mortgage each month?
An extra $1,000 per month would change most people’s lives. It seems like a reachable goal, doesn’t it? I think that most people would be thinking that they could find 5-10 hours a week to make $1,000 a month.
I know what you’re thinking. What about the people who would normally join if you told them about the big money?
Once you say that they can make that $1,000 ask them if that would change their lives.
If, by chance you’ve run into someone who says that it would help, but not that much, then by all means continue the presentation. Draw a few more circle on your white board and they are hooked for life.
For the rest of us, those of us who are struggling to pay the bills each month, we’ll join in hopes of the relief that the $1,000 a month will bring.
Once the recruit reaches $1,000 per month, you can ask them if they could use more money. Then you can show them the expanded version of your MLM business presentation!
How many people would want more information from you if you said this to them. “I found a way to make an extra $1,000 a month, in my spare time, and I didn’t have to quit my job to do it!”
You mention $20,000 per month and most people’s eyes will light up, but then they think about it and they think that making that kind of money is next to impossible. Unless you’re making $20,000 per month and tell them that you are going to personally hold their hand until they reach that income level, how many people are going to think that it is even remotely possible?
You can come up with several different sample business presentations and try them on your upline first. See what they think about it.
Try giving your MLM business presentation to your next 10 prospects and let me know how well you do!
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