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Maven Matrix Exposed 04


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A review and discussion of the Maven Matrix Manifesto.(Part 4 of 5)

Essentially, this reviewed work tells you how to make yourself into a larger-than-life maven who dominates the chosen niche and attracts business hand-over-fist. And how to turn this traffic into a high-income product line.

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Maven Matrix Exposed 04

  1. 1. The Maven Matrix Manifesto EXPOSED Part 4 of 5
  2. 2. Matrix Step #11: Accelerate the Process with Mentors Create your master-mind, surround yourself with experts
  3. 3. Tony Robbins was mentored by Jay Abraham. Bob Dylan was mentored by Woody Guthrie. Richard Branson had Freddie Laker (founder of Laker Airlines) as his mentor. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos had David Shaw as his mentor. Warren Buffett was mentored by economist Benjamin Graham (author of the investment classic, “Security Analysis”).
  4. 4. Everything after this point is the pitch to buy their product, to be mentored by Jay Abraham and Rich Shefren. And it's probably worth every single cent you spend with them. And the first half of this report was all explained in what we just covered...
  5. 5. But as they tell you: You'll only get out what you put in.
  6. 6. Analysis and summary: 1. Marketing and Sales are each a science and an art. Learn your basics and invest yourself completely to learn the differences and be able to apply them.
  7. 7. 2. Essence of the Maven Matrix is positioning yourself above and beyond anyone else in your field. You do this by providing better service and establishing yourself as the de facto leader of that niche – whether you are or not.
  8. 8. 3. Social Media and Viral Marketing – apply Gladwell's “Tipping Point”: Mavens – information specialists. Once they figure out how to get that great deal, they want to tell you about it, too. Connectors – lots of social connections, spread the message. Salespeople – persuade and interpret messages, especially good at nonverbal communication and are charismatic.
  9. 9. Find the underlying system...