Howard McWilson | homac
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Aug 25th 2010 at 11:54 AM

 

No One Is Worth Your Time Until They’ve Shown

An Interest In What You’re Offering And Have

Asked

You 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

potential

prospect, 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

this business.

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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Sep 2nd 2010 at 5:35 PM by incomepowerboost
HI I read your article and one saying came to mind "you can lead a horse to water but can not make them drink" good work
   
Aug 31st 2010 at 10:05 AM by blackfolder1
Yes when Electronic cigs first came out I sold them (they work, I quit the first day) but to try to convince other smokers of that was another story entirely! So I did not sell too many but I did quit smoking. Unfortunately, due to many things, I am smoking again. But I did quit for about a year. Will probably do them again when I get ready to quit again. But my point is, if someone does not really truly want something (in this case, to stop smoking) you probably could not get them to try an e-cig if you offered them 5000.00 to do it. Same in any other opportunity. Even if it works (some actually do) they have to really want it!
   

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