Secret To Building INSTANT Trust With Your Prospects
A distributor passed away and went to heaven.
Arriving at the pearly gates, St. Peter said, “Come on in. I’ll show you around. You’ll like it here.”
Walking through the gates, the distributor noticed clocks everywhere.
There were grandfather clocks, wall clocks, watches, and clocks in every corner.
It appeared that heaven was nothing more than a giant clock warehouse.
Surprised at how heaven looked, the distributor asked: “St.Peter, what’s the deal? Why are all these clocks here in heaven?”
St. Peter replied: “The clocks keep track of things on earth. There is one clock for each person.
Every time the person on earth tells a lie, his or her clock moves one minute.”
“For instance, this clock is for Bob, the used car salesman. If you watch it closely, it will move.”
“The minute hand on Bob’s clock moved one minute.”
“It moved another minute. “Bob must be into closing a customer right now,” said St. Peter. “The minute hand on his clock moves all day.”
The distributor and St. Peter continued walking. Soon, they came to a clock with cobwebs on the minute hand.
“Whose clock is this?” asked the distributor.
“That clock belongs to the widow Amy. She is one of the finest, God-fearing, people on earth. I bet her clock hasn’t moved in a year or two.” replies St.Peter.
They continued walking and touring heaven. The distributor enjoyed watching the clocks of all his friends.
When the tour was finished, the distributor said, “I’ve seen everyone’s clock but Sleaze Shallowman’s. Where is his clock?”
Saint Peter smiled and said:
“Just look up. We use his clock for a ceiling fan.”
The moral of this story is BE HONEST! I actually got this story from Tom “Big Al” Schreiter in one of his books. The whole point of the story is that if you’re going to try and get people to join your team or buy your products, you have to exercise HONESTY!
How do your customers, prospects, and distributors see your credibility?
Are you known as an honest, genuine person?
Are you considered a salesman or saleswoman who exaggerates the hell outta facts to try and make a sale?
Successful network marketing leaders build trust into their relationships. They undersell, not oversell.
People can see the “fakeness” right out from the jump!
If you hype them up, they can sense that. If you’re only in it for that quick commission, they can sense that too.
And even if you do get them to buy something with some “salesy-high-pressure” tactics, they’re not going to stick around for long AT ALL! So you’ll make that “quick buck” but that’s all you’re gonna get buddy!
“Sleaze Shallowman-The Car Dealer Salesman” lied SO MUCH that his clock was used as a ceiling fan!
Some of the HIGHEST PAID EARNERS in the ENTIRE network marketing industry are also some of the most HONEST ONES!
People want to feel that YOU have a genuine interest in them & that you’re trying to help them.
Start hyping them up and they’ll ignore you!
The hype is DEAD!
The “join now because we’re going to build a leg for you and you’ll be rich in 60 days” is DEAD!!!!
The “you will lost 45 pounds in 30 days GUARANTEED” with my MAGIC slim fast product” is DEAD!!
I mean think about this for a second: Can you remember a time when someone tried to sell you something and they were just HYPING the living crap out of whatever they were promoting?
Don’t you remember saying to yourself: “This person is just full of it right now!”
I bet you can.
And this is what happens EVERY SINGLE DAY with sales people.
Look my friend, YES we are in SALES but at the same time you have to think of yourself as a problem solver.
Don’t hype things up, be honest & genuine, and you WILL get more sales!
*To learn more about industry legend Tom “Big Al’s” awesome training, just visit his site by clicking here!
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