Just because you are on social media does not mean you cannot find Problems Worth Solving!
Just learn a few Trained Words!
Finding Problems Worth Solving
Our job is to solve problems. The more problems we can solve, the more money we will make. We must master finding problems worth solving.
When we find problems with prospects on social media, we can match their problems with the benefits of our services, goods and opportunity to solve them.
We know how to create prospects.
We create good prospects with trained words. We create bad prospects with untrained words.
We can guide the conversation of anyone we meet on social media if we know what to say first.
Early in a conversation on social media, we can find what problems there are to solve for the prospect by the questions that we ask.
— What are the two biggest problems with your job that you face?
— If you had an extra $1000 a month, what would you do first?
— Where is the first place you’d go if your pension doubled in 9 months?
— What is the first thing you’d do if you could retire in 5-years at full pay?
Finding problems worth solving on social media are easy with trained words spoken in a conversation at the appropriate moment.
Our prospect’s answers give us a clue to their internal motivations. And what could their internal motivations be?
— I hate the commute to work and working 60-hour weeks.
— Pay down my credit cards.
— Put a down payment on a home.
— Take my wife on a dream vacation.
Now we can concentrate on our prospect’s needs and make that the center of attention and offer solutions.
Want other examples for finding problems worth solving on social media?
— What are two biggest problems with your health that you face?
— If you could make more money part-time than your boss makes full-time, what would you do first?
— Where is the first place you’d go if you could give yourself your own pay raise twice a month for life?
— What is the first thing you’d do if you could work part-time with full-time bonuses awarded twice a month?
Ask a question and add a benefit. It’s not hard, right?
— What are the two biggest problems with your ____ that you face?
—- If you could _____, what would you do first?
— Where is the first place you’d go if you could _____?
— What is the first thing you’d do if you could _____?
This makes it easy for finding problems worth solving.
— What are the two biggest problems with baking that you face?
— If you could stay home with your children and still get a full-time paycheck, what would you do first?
— Where is the first place you’d go if you could take a six-month holiday with full pay?
— What is the first thing you’d do if you could fire your boss with zero loss of pay?
Magic Questions and Magic Phrases
We are not limited to those four formulas.
Other examples for finding problems worth solving on social media is with asking magic questions and using magic phrases that invoke curiosity.
Magic questions for finding problems worth solving on social media:
— I am just curious, are you okay with never taking a long holiday until you are 65 years old and too old to enjoy it?
— How does it feel knowing that on Sunday night we have five days ahead with waking up early to commute to work?
— What if we could work 2-day weeks with full-pay for 5-day weeks?
— Imagine what our lives will be like if we keep working five and six-day weeks for the rest of our lives.
— You know your job is bad when you feel like taking a power nap at 2 PM because you keep doing the same boring stuff day after day after day.
— Every morning that the alarm clock goes off, I say to myself, I hate my job. How do you feel?
— Don’t you also get stressed to see our lives slowly slip away while we work for someone else?
— What do you think will happen next year if you decide not to make any changes this year?
— How many more days of our remaining lives do we want to work on a job that we have no passion for?
Finding problems worth solving on social media with magic phrases:
— We didn’t go to school to become professional commuters wasting away hours every day fighting traffic.
— Groveling and begging the boss for a pay raise is demeaning.
— You know we are going to die as a worker bee unless we do something about it.
— At least rats get cheese at the end of the maze.
— Prison cells are bigger than the cubicles we get at work.
— This is a stupid 50/50 plan. Fifty weeks for them, two weeks for us.
— There is an old saying, unless there is reincarnation, we are doomed until we do something different now.
— You know, if we work really hard, then our boss will have a big house for his retirement.
— We know how our current profession will leave us: old and broke.
Finding problems worth solving on social media is easy by knowing the trained words to speak.
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