Why people are scared to sell on the phone.

 

The number one reason that people are scared to sell on the phone, is fear of rejection. The second biggest reason is the fear of being asked a question that the salesperson is not prepared to answer.

If you think about it, good salespeople do not have these issues. Let’s talk about it: I want you to think of the most successful salesperson you know of. If you are in an MLM (multi-level marketing company), then you want to think of the guy at the top, that outsells everyone, every month.  Now just for a moment, I want you to ask yourself this question; could you ever in a million years think of a situation where this guy or gal would be nervous about someone hanging up on them? Because if they are like most highly successful salespeople, their confidence is running over; they are brimming with self confidence, and it shows. So it would be hard to imagine them ever wincing at the thought of being rejected.

Now, let’s move onto the second scenario. To be fair, we need to “tweak” this question a bit, to apply it to this mega-salesperson’s situation. That second reason I gave you for people fearing the phone, is the fear that they will not have an answer to a question that someone throws them on the phone call. And if you think about it for a moment, it really  doesn’t seem fair to compare the new MLMers fear with that of  the top guy,  when you consider the top leader’s experience and knowledge base. After all, if you knew everything there was to know about your MLM, you’d be confident too, right? Well, not necessarily. Because the truth is, most MLMs have something troubling about their history–but you just don’t know about it…yet.  But Mr. Joe Moneybucks who’s been in this thing awhile, he could tell you all about your MLMs lawsuits, or about some “diamonds” at the top who ripped people off and then relocated…to the South Pacific. And the truth is, even if you possess ALL the knowledge about all there is to know about your company, you can still feel fear…if you don’t deal with it like the successful phone salespeople do.  So how do they do it? How do the top producers eliminate fear and forge forward in their selling? I cover all of this in my free report, “Abolishing fear on the phone”. Claim your copy now:

 

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How to make money with your MLM

The first step in making money with your MLM is found in making sales. SALES, not recruitments. Yes, you heard that right! See, a lot of MLM companies are lying to you…they are telling you that signing people up is more important than making sales. But what if you aren’t making money everytime someone joins? What if you are making money only when they sell? Then if that’s the case, you may find yourself spending all of your time signing up people who don’t care…and don’t sell…which means, none of your time made you any money.

But now, what if you are smart…and you sign up only quality people. And, you train them right. And they sell. Okay, that’s great. But now we come to the next issue…what about your commission on each sale they make? Do you know, right now, how much commission that you, as a beginner, can expect to make off each sale?

How much do you need a month in order to survive? Is your team pulling in the kind of volume that you need in order to earn a decent wage? And if they are selling a lot, how much of that commission do you see…RIGHT NOW?

MLMer, be careful that your company is not dangling a carrot before you. You need to be sure that the time which  you invest in:

  • Recruiting your people
  • Training your people and
  • Keeping your people converts to money. As in, your team is selling enough to make you enough commissions, right now, to pay your bills.

Coastal Vacations has a commission system that earns each and every director a minimum of $1000 commission for every single sale, each time.

All that’s required is that you go through a training process and that you and your trainer close two sales. Then  you are released to begin making thousand dollar plus commissions when you sell the package.

There are three different levels you can join at, and three different commission levels.

It costs less than $1500 to join, which means, once you are a director, you can quickly earn enough commission to repay the cost of the package.

So, MLMer,  what kind of commissions are you making these days? Wanna do better? Start saving your peanuts from your current MLM sales, and save up for the best Vacation Business opportunity on the planet. And when you are ready to invest in your future, give me a call at 816 833 0613. Ask for Susan.