Welcome or welcome back! It’s that time of the week again folks! Time for the Network Marketing Radio Show! Missed the show today? No worries, as always I got you covered with our weekly Radio Show blog post.
For those of you who are new to the show, every week at 12:00 pm Eastern Standard Time, the Network Marketing Radio Show goes live on iTunes, Blab, and more. Each week I try to bring a guest on the show to give tips and share their own personal journey in the profession.
If you are an avid follower of my blogs, yesterday I let you all know that the guest on today’s show would be none other than network marketing extraordinaire Brian Beane!
Today Brian stopped by the show and gave us a little bit of background knowledge as to how he got into the business. Not long after I asked Brian to provide our listeners with some golden nuggets of knowledge on how to succeed in the business just like he has.
Brian says that there are five key ideals that a person must be able to master: Prospecting, Peaking and Passing, Presenting, Plugin and Promoting.
He says these are the ideals that have assisted him greatly in the profession. Beane went on to go a little bit in detail about each one of the assets.
For example, Brian went on to explain the process and meaning of peaking and passing. He described peaking as letting a potential client know minor details about the business they are attempting to get you to follow, then “passing” you on to another person in the company to explain things more in detail.
Beane says that this tactic helps lower the level of judgement the potential client can throw at your proposal and piques their interest just enough so that they aren’t automatically annoyed with you trying to sway them because you have not talked too long.
Want more tips from the network marketing seasoned professional Brian Beane himself? Check out this week’s Network Marketing Radio Show on iTunes, Blab, and more. In the meantime.
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