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Network Marketing Sponsoring Tactics, HOW to overcome Gaps in your process that hold YOU back from Success…

This is a recording of a live training I did this last Monday (if you missed it) where I broke down the process of enrolling new reps into your business, and explained how to overcome the problems that come along each step of the way.  IF you follow my advice here, you will absolutely improve all of your ratios and increase your ‘ease’ of success, there’s a couple of breakthrough concepts here…

…and what’s funny about it is – my internet went out, so this whole thing was recorded LIVE from my car, on a public street in Dominical Costa Rica at 10pm at night…  Watch it here, and leave your thoughts – share it if it adds value to your life.



To the TOP,
David Wood
Network Marketing Coach
Work with me HERE.

P.S. I would really like to know if this helped you or not – and what specifically was valuable – if you could leave me a comment to let me know – it will help me structure next weeks training. Also – what didn’t I cover that you would like to see covered?

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24 comments
Bob
Bob

Great training and very humorous too, thanks!

Rob Morris
Rob Morris

Wow...great training and presentation David! I loved your Need-Based listening techniques. I've always known that, and pretty good at it but sometimes get complacent. Thanks for reminding me.

Ryan Biddulph
Ryan Biddulph

Hi David, Spot on advice here. Like you said, if somebody is looking, they're looking for a reason. By skillfully asking questions you can find out why're looking. Thanks for sharing! RB

Erin Smith
Erin Smith

Holy crap this is the best sponsoring training you have done thus far. Thanks for helping out your team and making us all more money. ;) ~Erin Smith

Aurore Jones
Aurore Jones

yeah he did it again. well done, brilliant presentation, in your car, almost every word you said was important. "be slow to speak and quick to listen"...as the Good Book says...

John Banks Jr
John Banks Jr

Ever grateful for great mentors! Thanks for the massive content.

Rachel Agramonte
Rachel Agramonte

Your hilarious as always. Thanks for making these trainings fun.

Paul Butler
Paul Butler

You never cease to AMAZE David. Keep Rockin' my friend!!!

Daniel P Goetz
Daniel P Goetz

Really great training David, You make so much sense. It sounds really easy. Selling products people want, Eureka! I found It!

Kim Tarr
Kim Tarr

Holy Cow, David! Only YOU could give a kick A@@ presentation like that in your car and only using a computer, white paper and a marker! Seriously, I LOVE this approach on sponsoring, easy and it shows our leads that we truely care about THEM, and not just if they join. I Love it, love it, love it! Kim PS: Why the heck were you in your car anyway? Lose internet connection in your house? Freaking Amazing!

Tanya Links
Tanya Links

Great Great post and training. This is what we are needing more of lately. Practice and more practice equals perfection. Well done and keep the good stuff coming! Pura Vida~

Shahidur Rahman Sikder
Shahidur Rahman Sikder

Thank you David, I am exclusively alone here; none has helped me a wink a point in my research activities, nor encouraged me or appreciated the same. The revolutionary concepts of the research results, having reflected in collaboration with your assistance, shall be kept in tact preserving your image all over the world, which is my ultimate goal too. Global Mastermind BLOG can be found at- http://shahidurrahmansikder.wordpress.com/2010/07/19/ Meet-up can be found at- http://space-science.meetup.com/members/bd/dhaka/

Liina Kurvits
Liina Kurvits

Thank you David, it was very good video! Mostly you made me think about term - the new rich!

Steven Schmeltzle
Steven Schmeltzle

Another excellent training. Sometimes it sounds too simple..HAHA! If everyone would follow what we are teaching with Numis, the world would be a better place!

Jerry
Jerry

Hey David, Once again, you have reinforced my belief that you consistently offer more value than nearly anyone else in the industry. What did I like? 1) The role of "problem solver" and 2)The underlying inclusion of duplication for the team. Excellent recipe, brother! What did I not like? The short notice of the session. I understand the nature of unforeseen challenges...I will keep you and your queenly consort in my prayers. I wish you continued growth and... Peace, Jerry

Yvonne Felix Ginder
Yvonne Felix Ginder

Thank you David you make it sound so simple, and I will take your advise your so adorable!!!

Steven Dean
Steven Dean

Hey David I really enjoyed that Webinar the other night. Just like Hans said. It did have a different take, but the matter is that you still was able to pull it off rather well, despite the situation. Goes to show no matter where you are that you can still give a well laid out presentation; as long as you have a lap top. Recruiting seems to be one of your greatest specialties thus far, as well as article marketing. I really enjoyed some of the insight that you gave, which really gives me a few good ideas each time I attend your Webinars. I appreciate you sharing. Steven Dean

Hans Schoff
Hans Schoff

Dave, great training last night. Doing the presentation from your car in the middle of the night with the light flashing on and off parallels perfectly to how simple and logical the business really is, as you demonstrated through how you sign people up. My experience has been that people think about the business so much that they wear themselves out so that when it comes time to actually make the calls they're exhausted - before they even start! I can relate, I was there too. I'm glad you recorded it because this will be a great instructional "you can do it too" training video about how simple signing people up can be if you just pick up the phone. Another great video, as usual!

Robert Leighton
Robert Leighton

Good information David keep up the great works ... The Critic “It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly; who errs and comes short again and again; because there is not effort without error and shortcomings; but who does actually strive to do the deed; who knows the great enthusiasm, the great devotion, who spends himself in a worthy cause, who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement and who at the worst, if he fails, at least he fails while daring greatly. So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat.” Theodore Roosevelt

Casey Hammer
Casey Hammer

The questions for leads and needs based listening was perfect but how about with your warm market friends or even people you meet at the gym, neighbors etc... that ask you what you do? How do you question them and turn the conversation into finding out what they need if their not approaching you...make sense? That is what I'm struggling with... what to say! Thanks David.

David Wood
David Wood

If you guys missed my live training last night, it had some killer reviews - you can watch it here - I want some feedback on what you want to see covered, what you're struggling with, and what you want to learn - watch the training and leave me a comment with your thoughts...

David Wood
David Wood

Lol. Most people would NOT have done the presentation - but it just goes to show that it really doesn't matter :) People just need to hear your voice, see your face, and FEEL how real you are...

David Wood
David Wood

Cool quote - T.R. was the man :)

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