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Chances are, if you’re not a good sales person, you work for someone who is. The world works when people buy stuff. People love to buy stuff. However, people do not like to be sold stuff. And most people hate trying to sell stuff, because they’re not good at it. Effective marketing drives sales so people buy stuff and they don’t feel like they’re being sold. Everyone says they have a “system” that does the selling… hmmm, how can you tell?
I have good friends/family who struggle to market products and services because like anything else they need to have the proper marketing to drive sales. Personally, I’ve always marketed continuity products that already have a strong demand. There is a big difference between marketing and sales. I personally work with peeps who can’t sell well at all, however they are damm good marketers and they make bank. In the world of proven turn-key marketing funnels that produce sales over and over, again, I wish there was a way to prove “possession” of such a system. Like anything, it’s always just a numbers game. Truth is, most people could stare in the face of the Golden Goose Marketing System and not be able to tell the difference from a waste of time. The ability to see the opportunity sitting right in front of you is sometimes the true gift. Getting paid monthly for work that I did months ago or better yet, work that others did months ago is great for your income. Leverage multiplied with a system that does the heavy lifting is just about the best thing in the world.
Everyone in the world says they have the best home-based business world, the “system”. How can you tell? Well, it helps when there is a public company with public documentation. Follow the traffic to the money, cause success leaves clues.
When someone starts a home-based business, people have the opportunity to instantly start paying about $5k less in taxes per year with very basic deductions. It’s beyond me why everyone doesn’t start a home business, go figure. Logic, I wonder where it’s hiding at times.
Next time you go on an interview for a job and when the boss asked what you want for compensation, reply…
1. First, I would like 20% commission on everything I sell and I want to see that percentage get far higher as I improve.
2. When I bring in and train any new marketing people, I deserve to be compensated a percentage of their sales and when they do well, I expect that you reward us both with bonuses.
3. I expect to receive a $600 Car Allowance (and I want that car to be a BMW) as soon as I reach or the team I manage reaches $12,500 in Group Sales.
4. I expect you to provide me with the very best website and free online training plus leadership training in great places like Miami, Atlanta, ALL OVER the Country!
5. I want the opportunity to rapidly advance within the company.
6. I also want to earn free merchandise every month based on my sales by only having 3 customers. Cause I don’t like getting billed each month.
7. When I do well, I expect LOTS of praise and recognition, plus free products, special awards, fabulous trips, and even cash bonuses!!
8. I want my friends and family to work here as well, and I want you to offer them, everything I’ve asked for as well.
9. By the way, I need to set my own schedule and work only when it suits me and my family.
So… when can I start?
After the boss recovers from shock, then ROARED with laughter, and says, “Man, you can’t be serious! You’re dreamin’! You’ll never find an opportunity like that ANYWHERE! And if you do…come back and get me cuz’ I want to work with you!”
Next, give that boss my contact information.
Inbox me if you want this opportunity…
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I was honored as the 2007 Entrepreneur of the Year for thein front of 50,000 people at the vs. Chiefs game in San Diego.
Since September is Hispanic Heritage Month, the San Diego Chargers decided to highlight several community and business leaders today at half-time. We got to go on the field to the fifty yard line and we were each given a signed football. The whole experience was amazing, walking through the tunnel into the stadium was a rush I’ll never forget.
In February I was named as the 2007 Entrepreneur of the Year for the SDCHCC. It just so happen, two months later, I sold my company, Leads to Wealth, Inc. So, the Chargers honored me today based on winning the award in February. It was a pleasant surprise.