How to Build Instant andImmediate Rapport with Your Prospects Tom “Big Al” Schreiter
Why Success Week?1. Leaders Success Summit2. Education Week - Spring 20133. 12 Monthly Health Webinars4. 48 Natural Health Education Seminars
Success Week Webinars! Nov. 12-19• www.nspwebinars.com• Build Instant Rapport with Prospects• Social Media for Beginners• Social Media to Effectively Build Your Business• Easily Share NSP with Others• How to Maximize NSP’s Compensation Plan• Live Giveaways at the end of this Webinar!• Product Promotions
All webinar resources can befound at www.nspwebinars.com A phone recording of this webinar is available at1-712-432-0453 PIN 7876408 (Not a toll-free call)
How to Build Instant and Immediate Rapport with Your Prospects By Tom “Big Al” Schrieter
In this NSPWebinar you will learn:• Most prospects make up their mind about you in the first few seconds.• Learn how to open up your prospects minds, get your good information inside your prospects minds, and do it all BEFORE your prospects start the skepticism filter, the salesman alarm, the "too good to be true" and the "Whats the catch" conversation inside their heads.• We have great information. We just dont want that information to be blocked by our prospects prejudices, programming, etc.• We will cover the exact words to say and how do this so your prospects will trust you, believe you, and thank you for sharing your information.
We all say good things, they just don’t believe us. We don’t need more good things to say, weneed to learn how to get people to believe the good things we are saying already.
Same point-of-viewSame background, same beliefs, same preferences
Find one fact in the known universe you can agree upon.
• We all want to live longer.• We want to protect our children from all those germs at school.• Bottled water is expensive.• Bottled water is heavy to carry home.• Losing weight is hard.• Arthritis really hurts.• Life is stressful.• Everyone would love an extra paycheck every month.
What two facts could we say tohelp book meetings?Example:We all want social time with ourfriends and a meeting is a greatexcuse to get together.or ...Getting together with our friendsis fun and we love sharing goodnews.