“How to Eliminate Excuses from our Prospects about Whether to Join Network Marketing in 25 Words”
How to Eliminate Excuses from Our Prospects
Would you like to know the secret of how to eliminate excuses from our prospects about whether they should join network marketing? Someone who has an excuse for everything is a procrastinator. Excuses are monuments of nothing but prospects make them when they meet us.
In fact we wish our prospects would learn how to stop making excuses and take responsibility.
The minute that you open your mouth the excuse making begins with your prospect.
Prospects can’t help it…
They make excuses not to work, excuses for not following through with family commitments of not attending their son’s baseball game or daughter’s recital…making excuses it appears is their mission in life. In fact, they seem always to be making excuses for behavior. Ninety-nine percent of the failures come from people who have the habit of making excuses.
Why would they stop when you speak about your network marketing opportunity or products? They make more excuses than ever once your begin with opening your mouth.
Let’s learn how to eliminate excuses from our prospects with 25 simple words.
The 25 words?
“Let me tell you about my business. And at the end, you can decide if it fits you or not. That is up to you.”
With these 25 words presented BEFORE the presentation, we have the secret of how to eliminate excuses from our prospects and shut down other objections.
The prospect is looking for a way out when you start to speak. Their excuses are:
- I don’t have the time.
- I can’t sell.
- I can’t present this to my family and friends.
- This sounds like a scam.
- This looks like one of those things.
Presenting the 25 words before the presentation we are telling our prospects it is okay to say “no.” This relieves the prospect from any pressure to buy or join and lets them decide their own course of action.
They won’t be thinking, “What flaw can I find about this opportunity or product to make an excuse for not being involved?”
They will be thinking, “Wow! No pressure. I don’t have to overtax myself of thinking about excuses on why I should not do this.?
How to eliminate excuses from our prospects? speak 25 words and you stop it dead cold in its tracks.
So, what do you call someone who makes excuses? A procrastinator – someone who makes excuses for everything. Have we learned how to eliminate excuses from our prospects in 25 words? I hope so. I think so. Do you think so too? With 25 words, the prospects will stop making excuses where their excuses be gone.