There are three rules for successfully managing people: Unfortunately, no one knows what they are.

* “The secret paycheck you didn’t get.”

* “Why some people don’t care if they get fired.”

* “How to stop your local phone company from ripping you off.”

* “The three-year debt-free plan.”

Begin forwarded message:

From: “Tom ‘Big Al’ Schreiter” <bigalnews>

Date: 27 January 2012 00:31:39 GMT

To: “Robert” <robert.moloney>

Subject: The Big Al Report – January 26, 2012

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Beyond the Hype: 5 Realities for new people starting their own business.

Some approach a business with a get rich quick mentality, they get caught up in the excitement of a launch meeting and the prospect of winning the rat race, Leaders ned to work beyond he hype. Quotes from this report by Big Al:

  1. It’s easier for most people to eat out at restaurants, play video games, smoke cigarettes, drink beer, buy non-necessities that are on sale, buy a new car on payments, etc. — than it is to save $100. “
  2. “I don’t care about prospects who are undecided. I only care about the person who is willing to work my system.”-This pro simply concentrates on building leaders, and making them successful. All of his focus and energy goes into a select few prospects who share his vision.
  3. It is easy to be motivated when you have plenty of prospects. And, it is easy to make presentations when you know your future doesn’t depend on a single prospect.
  4. “The rat race is for … rats!”
  5. give a complete and total presentation in just one minute

I summarise these common pitfalls as follows:

  1. Vision
  2. Leadership
  3. Meet the people
  4. Win the Rat Race? Still a Rat!
  5. 30s pitch-selling through curiosity

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regards

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Begin forwarded message:

From: “Tom ‘Big Al’ Schreiter” <bigalnews>

Date: 21 January 2012 00:07:44 GMT

To: “Robert” <robert.moloney>

Subject: The Big Al Report – January 20, 2012

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“It’s a pyramid!” “I’m not a salesman.” “I don’t know anybody.”

“It’s a pyramid!”
* “I’m not a salesman.”
* “I don’t know anybody.”

Logic won’t change your prospects’ minds. They have some built-in, hard-core programming from some past experiences.

What are our prospect’s opinions and thoughts when we start to talk to him?

He thinks:

“Oh no, a salesman. Hide my wallet. Hide my car. He is going to talk me into something I don’t want. What’s the catch? I know it will be too good to be true. Be careful!”

And from that point on, our prospect stops believing anything we say … and we’re dead.

So our first order of business in any presentation is to establish instant trust and rapport. And then we can start telling our prospects about our wonderful products and opportunity.

Establish rapport???

You can create instant rapport with your prospects in less than 15 seconds.

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“It’s a pyramid!”
* “I’m not a salesman.”
* “I don’t know anybody.”

Logic won’t change your prospects’ minds. They have some built-in, hard-core programming from some past experiences.

The Big Al Report – January 15, 2012

The two big rules.

There are two rules for building a large, growing and enthusiastic group.

1. Sponsor new people.

2. When in doubt, see rule #1.

You don’t want to ask invasive questions and put your prospects on the defensive. You want to ask safe questions that make conversation easier. Here are some examples:

* “What do you do for a living now?”

* “What do you do in your free time?”

* “Do you have a moment?”

* “Are you interested in the tax advantages of having your own business?”

* “What kind of business would fit your lifestyle?”

Start small. Start with easy, rejection-free questions. This will help make your sponsoring conversations go smoothly.

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From: “Tom ‘Big Al’ Schreiter” <bigalnews>

Date: 16 January 2012 02:02:42 GMT

To: “Robert” <robert.moloney>

Subject: The Big Al Report – January 15, 2012

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Resolutions or Commitments

What one thing, if you achieved it in 2012, would be AMAZING?
What are you not doing?

www.sellingsolutions.ie
www.robertmoloney.ie

Dear Robert,

The dawn of each New Year brings with it a host of “resolutions” for change or improvement, most of which will never be kept. The reason for failure to keep our New year’s resolutions is simply this: “We make them in a state of emotion that is temporary and non -sustaining.” Our vows to keep them are supported by a
will” too fragile and weak to persevere when the going gets tough and the emotional climate changes. So how do I make this year different?

Resolutions or Commitments

George ZaluckiYou might need help along the way, so listen to motivational CD’s and read inspiring books to maintain your resolve. Declare your intentions and goals to a trusted friend or mentor and ask to be kept accountable for producing the required level and nature of the actions necessary to produce success. Your daily mantra should be “Retreat or defeat is NOT an option open to me any longer! This time I declare myself the winner!”
Why not try what I have suggested in this article for only 90 days. If you do, you will be absolutely convinced that success for you is now just a matter of time.

To win you must stop wandering and make a firm decision to see it to the end this time.

Remember! “Commitment is doing the thing you said you would do long after the mood you said it in has left you.”

All the best to you and your COMMITMENTS in 2012!

Sincerely,

George Zalucki

Resolutions or Commitments

What one thing, if you achieved it in 2012, would be AMAZING?
What are you not doing?

www.sellingsolutions.ie
www.robertmoloney.ie

Dear Robert,

The dawn of each New Year brings with it a host of “resolutions” for change or improvement, most of which will never be kept. The reason for failure to keep our New year’s resolutions is simply this: “We make them in a state of emotion that is temporary and non -sustaining.” Our vows to keep them are supported by a
will” too fragile and weak to persevere when the going gets tough and the emotional climate changes. So how do I make this year different?

Resolutions or Commitments

George ZaluckiYou might need help along the way, so listen to motivational CD’s and read inspiring books to maintain your resolve. Declare your intentions and goals to a trusted friend or mentor and ask to be kept accountable for producing the required level and nature of the actions necessary to produce success. Your daily mantra should be “Retreat or defeat is NOT an option open to me any longer! This time I declare myself the winner!”
Why not try what I have suggested in this article for only 90 days. If you do, you will be absolutely convinced that success for you is now just a matter of time.

To win you must stop wandering and make a firm decision to see it to the end this time.

Remember! “Commitment is doing the thing you said you would do long after the mood you said it in has left you.”

All the best to you and your COMMITMENTS in 2012!

Sincerely,

George Zalucki