How To Prospect Without Selling!

Do you know how to prospect without selling? If you are with a network marketing (MLM) company, or you promote affiliate products and services, surely you have to be a master at selling, right?

No!

In this video, The 60 Seconds Coach explains a very simple shift in your mindset AND your approach to your prospects, that makes all the difference in how you approach your prospects and is the best way how to prospect without selling! Does selling take place? Ultimately, yes! Of course it does! Products get sold, services are provided! But don’t make the mistake of confusing the ‘sale’ with the need to be the one doing the selling! Take a look at this video – and in well under 60 seconds, all will become clear! And you will discover an astonishingly simple approach, that makes what you do a) easy and b) LOOK easy to your prospects, encouraging them to rightly believe, that whatever it is your are promoting, it’s really simple what you do to promote it. That matters! Because in Multi-Level Marketing (network marketing), the simpler you demonstrate it is to do, the easier it is to convey to others that they can do it it too!

Remember, if you want change in your life….

The change begins with YOU!

Robin J Emdon

 

 

 

 

 

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Robin J Emdon

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Robin J Emdon

Online Marketer – Entrepreneur – Bad Joke Teller – Life Coach – Interweb Addict – Single Dad – Retired Retail Stores Owner – Honest to a fault – Dream Builder – Straight Talking – Works From Home – Student of Philosophy and Psychology – Passionate About Life – All Round Good Guy & Cappuccino Lover.

8 Comments

  • Barrie Evans

    Reply Reply September 29, 2013

    What my good friend and mentor Diane Hochman says, keep it “Stupid Simple”. Far easier to invite than to sell. Great message Robin.
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    • Robin J Emdon

      Reply Reply October 23, 2013

      Hi Barrie,

      Yes, K.I.S.S. predated your good friend by some decades… however, it remains a basic maxim of marketing.

      Thanks for your message,

      ~Robin~

  • JMC Mason Rudolph

    Reply Reply September 29, 2013

    Another great post Robin, yet I have a question for you?

    Their are a ton of coaches claiming to teach closing in the market place and they have testimonials that come with…

    *Would you say one is better than the other?

    or…

    *Would you say that your method gives another option for marketers without the skill set necessary for “Cold Hard Closing”?
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    • Robin J Emdon

      Reply Reply July 3, 2014

      Hey JMC! Sorry this comment got lost in techno brain storm!

      I think the essential point to remember, particularly if you are ‘closing’ someone to join you in a long-term partnership like an MLM – it’s fine to ‘close the sale’ with them i.e. ask for their business – but it’s not like you are selling them aluminium siding – once the contract is signed they are committed! It’s a relationship, a partnership you are inviting them to join. So if they feel like they were pressured to join, are they really going to go the distance or are they gonna quit once the pressure is off and they have had time to reflect. ~Robin~

  • zeemoviestore.net

    Reply Reply August 22, 2014

    i think entertainment is very important in every person life so give some time and watch this movie just for entertainment:)
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  • Chuck Holmes

    Reply Reply April 21, 2015

    I think prospecting is quite easy to do if you focus on the other person. Most people are so focused on what they are going to say that the conversation becomes akward. When you have prospect’s best interest at heart it is much easier. I simply like to ask questions and listen. If you can do that, you can find out as much about your prospect as you want to know.

    Great post, Robin.

    Chuck

    • Robin J Emdon

      Reply Reply April 22, 2015

      That’s very true Chuck. As a Life Coach I can confirm that being focused on the client (or prospect!) is absolutely the best way to go, PROVIDED you remain focused on YOUR outcome!

      And when you are prospecting, YOUR outcome needs to be very specific. For example, my outcome is simple. I am listening to see if they have any ‘needs’ that I may or may not have the potential solution for. BUT my principal outcome is to LISTEN! The solution may not be something they are ready to hear about until you have built a relationship and rapport with them.
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  • Ron Pickle

    Reply Reply August 15, 2017

    Could not agree more with you, we must never looking to sell when actually our sole intention is only that, try to help out the people, turn them into a good prospect, they will eventually become your lead.

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