Powerful Questions We Can Ask Our Prospects to Motivate Them into Joining Our Business

Powerful Questions We Can Ask Our Prospects to Motivate Them into Joining Our Business

“Powerful Questions We Can Ask Our Prospects to Motivate Them into Joining Our Business”

Powerful Questions We Can Ask Our Prospects

How do we get our prospects motivated to get excited about Network Marketing? With powerful questions we can ask our prospects.

With powerful questions we can ask our prospects, they will focus on a compelling reason to get excited about Network Marketing.

You want your prospects to dream. If you don’t get them imagining what Network Marketing can do for their lives, they will not be motivated to join.

When we can get them dreaming with powerful questions we can ask our prospects, they find their WHY.

What can we ask? Network Marketing prospecting questions that are insightful and razor-sharp.

You will get your prospects to think hard when you ask razor-sharp insightful questions.

The Powerful Questions.

Almost any powerful questions we can ask our prospects is better than no question. NOTE: the question is not nearly as important as the answer. So give the prospects time to ponder, think and weigh their answers. The magic is in the answer and not the powerful questions we ask our prospects.

Network Marketing questions and answers are only as good as the way you ask questions to prospects and as good as the way you answer questions from prospects. So, let’s learn the art of questioning and the art of answering.

Here are the powerful questions we can ask our prospects.

  • When your bonus check starts growing, what are you going to do with the money?
  • Who would be especially proud of you when you build a large and successful business?
  • What are your favorite hobbies?
  • How much time do you spend at work, and how much time do you spend with family?
  • If you don’t have to go to work, how would you spend that time?
  • Who could you help most by being successful in this business?
  • How do you see yourself five years from now?
  • What is the most important reason you want to work this business?
  • How do you see yourself building this business?

Just simple but powerful questions. Put together some questions of your own that you are comfortable with.

With these powerful questions we can ask our prospects, we can uncover their burning desires to this business. And it makes our job a lot easier. Then we become a leader asking leadership questions.

For example, let’s imagine that our prospect Jim wants to build a large successful network marketing business.

Why?

To show up his mother-in-law who thinks he is not good enough for her daughter because Jim doesn’t make enough money at his job to give his wife the life his mother-in-law thinks Jim should provide her. Jim lives in a 500-square foot apartment, drives a beaten down car with dents and no muffler, and makes $800 a month. To show his mother-in-law what’s what, Jim wants to make $10,000 a month, buy a new 6,000 square foot home and get two $100,000 Ferraris.

Now, you may not agree with Jim’s motivation, but that is not our job. Our job is to support and help Jim and allow him the freedom to choose why he wants to do this business.

Here is how our job gets easier.

Objection: “I don’t think I can do this business.”

You:  But Jim, you do want to show your mother-in-law what’s what by making $10,000 a month, buying a 6,000-square foot home and two $100,000 Ferraris, don’t you?

Objection: I’m not a salesman.

You: But Jim, you do want to show your mother-in-law what’s what by making $10,000 a month, buying a 6,000-square foot home and two $100,000 Ferraris, don’t you?

Objection: I don’t have the money.

You: But Jim, you do want to show your mother-in-law what’s what by making $10,000 a month, buying a 6,000-square foot home and two $100,000 Ferraris, don’t you?

Objection: This business seems too hard.

You: But Jim, you do want to show your mother-in-law what’s what by making $10,000 a month, buying a 6,000-square foot home and two $100,000 Ferraris, don’t you?

Well, you get the picture. With powerful questions we can ask our prospects, we get them focused when they think they can’t do this business.

For those who are coaches, these questions can be asked as coaching questions to leaders. When you find a leader unmotivated, ask him or her those questions and remind them of their answers over-and-over again when it is necessary to motivate them with his or her WHY answer.

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