Coastal Vacations is a tremendous opportunity, but it’s also a lot of fun promoting it.
I love it when my prospects say, “Excuse me, but I did I just hear you say that I will make a minimum of $1000? Every time? For every sale”?
People are just blown away with the opportunity.
In case you are new to Coastal Vacation’s commission policy, let’s review that narrative: When you work with Coastal Vacations, you earn a minimum of $1000 for every sale you make. Seriously. No, it’s really true, there are no word games here. Coastal Vacations’ commission structure allows you to make thousands of dollars on each sale, but the minimum commission is One Thousand Dollars. Yes, you can make more, depending upon which level you promote.
With Coastal Vacations, you can also earn off of the sales that your clients make. Here’s how it works– you sign up Sally, and she and you help close two new people. The idea is, you are helping her close the sale so you keep those two sales. Once Sally brings you two new people, and you both close them, you keep the commission. So, in reality when you sign up Sally, you are really potentially signing up three people. Which would be==one thousand times three.
Now, Sally is free to go and make her own commissions which she keeps. But wait…you and Sally both spoke with and closed the sale on two new people, who are now your clients. So after you train those two new people, guess what you have? That’s right, you have four people brought to you for you and each of your two prospects to close. Sally brought you Ted and Jim. Ted brings you two people to close. You and Ted talk with them on the phone. You help Ted to close the sale. Now Ted’s people are your sales. Ted becomes a director (hopefully, you trained Ted very well for this and were trained how to train properly). But Ted’s two people are now your people. The same with Jim. He brings you two people. This is exponential.
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