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No One Is Worth Your Time Until They’ve Shown
An Interest In What You’re Offering And Have Asked
An Interest In What You’re Offering And Have
AskedYou For More Information.
I don’t care if someone fits the mold of what would normally be considered “the perfect
mlm prospect”: mid ‘40s…absolutely despises their high-paying corporate j-o-b…wants
out of their 9-5…loads of connections…"Great people skills"…sure, they might be a
potentialprospect, but they’re not a prospect worth pursuing until they’re actively
seeking a solution to their problem.
It doesn’t matter how qualified you think a person is or how good you think they’d be at
It’s not even enough if a person does want to start their own business. Until they go out
of their way to get more information on how to do it, they’re just another bystander. Not
a player in the game. They’re not worth going after.
Sure, someone could have great people skills (a waiter for example) but that doesn’t
mean they’re a good prospect.
They could be so violently opposed to mlm, business opportunities or any other way of
making money besides being an employee that it would take a massive barrage of
information to ever sway their opinion.
If someone has a strong belief about something it can take years to reverse that.
It’s not a good use of your time to try and convince someone who disagrees with your
way of thinking.
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