How to reject rejection

Are you looking for a way to handle rejection to grow your network marketing business?

I read alot and knowing Tom Hopkins as a successful millionaire i came across a formula in his book How to Master the Art of Selling. So on page 114 he revealed a interesting formula and it alludes to the following:

You are paid for talking to people inclusive of doing presentations for them NOT for making the sale.

Say you talk to ten people about your products and nine of them say no, one buys.The product was $50.Divide the amount by the contacts giving you $5 per contact.This is the contacts to closing ratio.

Think about it.You have no control over who is ready and hungry for success however when you engage in an activity that increases your probability of coming across somebody who is hungry for success then it is that habit that is of value.Nathan Ricks said that for every presentation that he did it was worth USD20000.Grant Cardone estimated to be worth(net worth) about USD350million said he has done about 13000 presentations(giving about USD26000 in assets created for each presentation).

Jeff Roberti , a successful network marketer has also frames it as a game he plays.A prospect may say “your product is no good, your company is no good, you are no good). He responds “thank you, i got your xxx dollars anyway” then he puts down the phone.This approach enabled him to talk to ten thousand people in his first year of network marketing. Mark Yarnell says “when you increase the number of approaches, you decrease the impact of rejection”

So get out there, start rejecting rejection and get paid

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About nmsuccess

A Network Marketer who is Catholic Christian,a custodian of a wildlife heritage and a soccer & cricket fan. Basically i joined my current network marketing company in 30 March 2011.Influences of R.Kiyosaki,Don Failla have played part in resillience in this MLM industry.
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