Reccomended Network Marketing Books
Go Proby Eric Worre
Eric has touched and been touched by hundreds of thousands of people around the world. Now he shares his wisdom in a guide that will ignite your passion for this profession and help you make the decision to Go Pro and create the life of your dreams.
Eric's wish is for you to make the decision to become a Network Marketing Professional. For you to truly Go Pro. Because it is a stone-cold fact that Network Marketing is a better way. Now let's go tell the world.
How to Build Network Marketing Leadersby Tom 'Big Al' Schreiter
The strength of your network marketing business is measured in “leaders” - not in the number of distributors. Leaders are the long-term foundation of your business. Successful leaders have a plan. They want to duplicate themselves as leaders. This plan doesn’t happen by accident.
Instead of wishing and hoping for leaders, this book will give you the step-by-step activities to actually create leaders.
Ice Breakers: How to Get Any Prospect to Beg You for a Presentationby Tom 'Big Al' Schreiter
You can turn any warm or cold prospect into a hot prospect, wanting to know all about your business. How? By learning how to effectively introduce your business into a social conversation with an easy, rejection-free sequence of just a few words. Learn how to prospect negative people, positive people, relatives, co-workers, strangers, leads, cold prospects … anyone. So if you need more prospects, if you need to give more presentations, then this is the book for you.
How To Get Instant Trust, Belief, Influence, and Rapport! 13 Ways To Create Open Minds By Talking To The Subconscious Mindby Tom 'Big Al' Schreiter
In the first few seconds when we meet people, they make an instant decision to: trust and believe you or, turn on the salesman alarm, be skeptical and look for “the catch". This decision is immediate, and unfortunately, usually final. Tom "Big Al" Schreiter shows us exactly how to build that bond of trust and belief with prospects in seconds. How? By talking directly to the decision-making part of the brain, the subconscious mind.