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How to be awesome at everything, the hidden DAO of the Dragon…

This is actually a recording of a training I did on Monday, just have had a hard time getting it uploaded (big file).  In this video, you’ll learn how to be awesome at everything you do, motivate a huge team through psychological incentives, out recruit everyone, and…

…the DAO of the Dragon (a hidden secret to strike fear into your enemies with the skill of a Kung Fu Master).  Enjoy:

To the TOP,
David Wood

P.S.  One or two people thought that by things I said in this video, that one on one presentations and product demos aren’t effective… that’s NOT what I meant.  I was referring to the behavior of ‘wandering around’ to look for people to show a presentation for, and carrying around demo kits and hitting random people up :)  What I MEANT (my only clarification for this) is that it is MORE EFFECTIVE if #1:  You can present to more than one person at a time.  #2:  You aren’t ‘wasting time’, ‘wandering around’, but are presenting to pre-qualified people, and GENERALLY… (specific to your niche, some products – like Gold and Silver create a little mystery, as long as you leave the demo kit at home…) it’s better to not talk about your product unless you’re showing a full presentation to a qualified prospect, unless it’s in a way that increases curiosity and gets people asking questions, which of course (my preference) is to not answer in favor of mystery….

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19 comments
Peter Day
Peter Day

Great training Dave! Thanks so much, -Peter D.

Ruth
Ruth

David, your videos are so inspiring and I always look forward to your training and emails.

Brian and Felicia White
Brian and Felicia White

Awesome training as usual David! We always get a kick out of your videos as far as humor and a lot of VALUE from the key points! You Rock!

Matt
Matt

Dave, how do you avoid the whole lawsuit thing with disclosing higher than average earnings? I have been told by two companies and a few people it is illegal to disclose your earnings if its outside the norm(though the same laws don't apply to affiliate marketing;). I have actually heard of them shutting MLM's down for that, and read a lawsuit where the individual got hit for 200,000 dollars for that disclosure. Any thoughts?

John Lee
John Lee

Dave, Tao of Dragon is so hilarious... Were you drunk while doing the webinar? You're so high!! ROLF till the end, man... hahaha... gonna downlaod this and put it into my mp3 and keep listening all the time...I like Kung fu too~ once I was so into Taichi, now I wanna learn wengchun as you are.... hahahaha...

Kim Volean
Kim Volean

Just getting started in Numis but really looking forward to earning that iPad! Going to work hard for it! :) Thanks so much for this training Dave, and the incentives! Kim

Kim Volean
Kim Volean

Just getting started in Numis but really looking forward to earning that iPad! Going to work hard for it! :) Thanks so much for this training Dave, and the incentives! Kim Volean

John A White
John A White

hey david, i didn't watch your video yet but i'll find a hour or so to watch it tonight haha, i was just asking and i might of missed it somewhere, but are you familiar with wing chun kung fu, what do you think about it... there is a school here in vegas i was thinking of joining with that style.

Hans Schoff
Hans Schoff

Dave, I like how you broke down the different classes of prospects. It makes sense - target those who have the highest likelihood of being able to join to maximize the time and energy you put into your prospecting efforts. So many people tout just going through the numbers, but when you're more selective and laser-focused on a specific target market (one that can more easily afford to join your program, for example), that obviously will increase your results. "Prospect Up" as they say... Thanks, great insights!

Steven Schmeltzle
Steven Schmeltzle

Thanks for sharing this awesome training video you created. I definitely plan on sharing this with everyone in my team.

Gabriel
Gabriel

Hey David, Wow, this training is absolutely awesome! I need to step up my game and give more value. Thank you for this as I can really use the information to increase my results! Thanks again, Gabriel Johansson

David Wood
David Wood

Because I'm not promising or guaranteeing that others can make that, I'm just sharing my personal experience. The law has a problem with promises that can't be fulfilled, personal testimonial and valid, provable experience is fine as long as you're not 'promising' 100% success or being deceptive, which I'm not :) hope that helps. -dave P.S. it is not illegal to disclose earnings, that's horse shit.

David Wood
David Wood

Ha ha. Awesome Kim :) Shoot for it!

David Wood
David Wood

:) Awesome Kim! You can make it happen!

David Wood
David Wood

Thanks Steve - if it helps you man, that's all that matters - remember to yell when someone asks you a dumb question...

Matt
Matt

Thanks;)

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