(Some old physics law I learned in college.)
If there is any truth to this old saw, then I suppose it is in our best interest to get a few of our prospects and customers off the dime.
Today’s Message in a Nutshell:
Stimulate Action … Motion … Energy
Today, at noon, I plan to walk you through a system that is designed and proven to just that. It is affectionately known as the 2-Step Marketing System, and you can virtually take this information to the bank.
This is a non-intrusive way to get “interested” prospects in your particular marketplace to raise their hand indicting a genuine interest in your product or service. The system happens to be as old as dirt itself but like everything that is good and logical, it still works today like a charm.
For those of you who can’t join today’s business-building class, (12 noon eastern) here are the steps to your future success:
- Develop a working database. (Not too big)
- Compile useful information that your prospects need, want, wish they had.
- Offer this information to your list (via email, snail mail, postcards, or you can drop leaflets from the Good Year Blimp)
- Send info with a fine-tuned sales letter.
Follow up until one of three things happen:
- They die
- You die
- They threaten to call the cops
That is all there is to it. The 2-Step Lead Generation Program. But i have a better idea. Why don’t you grab a baloney sandwich and a small diet coke and decide to listen in on today’s FREE teleclass. You will be very glad you did and the absolute worst thing that can happen is you get a bad piece of baloney which will upset your stomach which probably will be soothed by the stuff they put in the coke anyway.
Stop excusing yourself into mediocrity and register for this class now.
But if you want to re-launch your reading habits, may I suggest you begin by picking up a copy of Become The Exception. It is an easy read with plenty of laughs sandwiched around lots of good, logical, meaningful sales and marketing lessons as practiced, interpreted and experienced by me. I wrote every chapter with small words and with big messages and strategies.