How good is our answer?

Prospect: "So what do you do for a living?"

Business owner: "I am in the global search for entrepreneurial talent, for time freedom and money freedom, whereby people can accumulate wealth through multiple streams of residual income with International benefits ..."

Prospect: "It's okay to just say that you don’t know.”

Some examples for different Professions

Prospect: "So what do you do for a living?"

Accountant: We take the stress out of submitting your tax returns.

Lawyer: We help you avoid expensive employment disputes.

Financial Planner: We give you options on early retirement

Let their imaginations run wild.

Prospects can’t see the big picture, even though they have a 50-inch, high-definition TV.

The secret is to get our prospects to dream, to imagine a better future. We can do this naturally by using these opening word sequences:

  • Suppose that ...
  • Imagine that ...
  • Can you imagine ...
  • What if ...
  • What would it look like if ...

These are great word prompts to take our prospects into the future and show them what their lives could be.

An example?

"What would it look like if you didn’t have to commute to work, but instead could be home with the family for breakfast?"

And now the dreams begin.


Another new virus.

The (Type C) NILE Virus I thought you would want to know about this virus.    

Even the most advanced computer programs from Norton, McAfee and others cannot take care of this one.

It appears to target those who were born prior to 1961.

The lockdown seems to be increasing the chances of being affected!

Virus Symptoms

1. Causes you to send the same e-mail twice.

2. Causes you to send a blank e-mail.

3. Causes you to send an e-mail to the wrong person.

4. Causes you to send it back to the person who sent it to you.

5. Causes you to forget to attach the attachment.

6. Causes you to hit SEND before you've finished.

7. Causes you to hit DELETE instead of SEND.

8. Causes you to hit SEND when you should DELETE.

This virus is called the C-NILEvirus!

Does anyone else suffer from this?




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