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Sunday, December 2, 2012

It's All In Your Head!

It's All in Your Head

Have you ever been so distraught over a matter perhaps you've been feeling down and
out for a period of time or maybe you are feeling lonely or you have a nagging pain that
just won't go away?
So you express your concerns to a doctor, close friend, or even your spouse and they
appear to listen and then they tell you:

'Don't worry about it. It's all in your head.'     
How did that make you feel?
The answer is obvious...

Is it Really All in Your Head?

Recently I listened to some training from an awesome lady, Diane Hochman. I'm sure many 
of you know who she is. Anyway, according to her it is all in your head!

She made this awesome point.
Why when given the same tools and training that one person will make tons of money
while another person will make no money at all?
It's not the tools and training. In most cases it boils down to mindset.
She then shared a question that has changed her career and entire thought process.
One that she asks hers self daily.

"Who do I need to be in order to........?
Maybe you want to generate 5 leads a day.
Then ask yourself "Who do I need to be in order to generate 5 leads per day."

Most people ask 'WHAT do  I need to do.' But by doing so the focus shifts back
to the tools and training. Remember there's nothing wrong with the tools and training.

If you ask your brain a question it has no choice but to give you the answer.
It may not be immediate but eventually you will get one.
In this case by asking "Who do I need to be in order to........? your brain will
subconsciously position you with the right people, the right training and tools
giving you the confidence to get what you desire.

It's Up to YOU!

This tactic is so simple, so basic but at the same time, so EASY to throw away...
Make use of this easy and free strategy everyday; even several times a day.
Yes use it to tap into the power of your mind and change your thinking process;
your entire career!

Successfully,
Nathaniel Wright                                                                         











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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Mastering the Use of Questions When Prospecting

Why Ask Questions Anyway?

Questions, questions, questions, why do you ask so many questions!? Perhaps you have
felt this way when your toddler began to ask questions about everything under the sun!
For them it's a learn process, a part of their development and growth.

But for you it can be nightmare; especially when you finally get the dreaded question:
'where do babies come from?' 
' Ask your mother' is always an easy reply!

In business though, questions make your life much easier and puts YOU in control because
YOU will be the one asking all the questions.

Questions Actually That Work

If you ever listened to anything by Ray Higdon, I'm sure you are familiar with these questions:
  • Would you be open to a side project if it didn't interfere with what you are doing?
A non-abrasive question that you ask your warm market or a complete stranger!
Notice you didn't say anything about your opportunity; you are just creating curiosity.
If the response is positive, ask :
  • Why? 
People have different reasons. Maybe they just lost their job or are look for extra money to
make ends meet, or maybe they want to stay at home with with the kids...ect.
If you don't ask 'why', how would you know how to proceed?

So You Got Them On the Phone, Now What?

Talking to a prospect on the phone can be daunting. A lot of, if not most marketers avoid this like the plague!
The secret is to remain calm and calmly ask Ray's magic question:
"What has changed in your life that has made you open to a home business."
Really listen because your prospect is going to tell you their "WHY."
Hopefully you have one and you revisit it daily and use it as motivation to keep going.

By now I hope you are seeing the power behind the use of questions. The #1 benefit
is that they allow you to stay in control and lead the way!

P.S. How Would You Like to be Even More Attractive
to Your Prospects? It's Possible Right Here!

Nathaniel Wright
864-881-1797






Tuesday, November 27, 2012

A Network Marketer's Daily Routine

A Network's Daily Action Plan

So you've finally joined that hot, new, about to be virual network marketing company every-
one is talking about.
You excitedly login and go to your back office.
"Wow." You say to yourself. "Look at all of the training, ready made campaigns, strategies,
products, ect. So you dive right in; listening to hours and hours of training. Why? Because
you finally have the perfect opportunity and you're FINALLY gonna make it happen!

After the honeymoon and hours of training, what now? What do I need to do on a daily
basis to make money?
The above scenario is my true story and perhaps it maybe even yours. It has been and will
continue to be played out over and over again.

So What Do I Do Now?

Good question.
Answer: Establish some sort of daily routine. And stick to it religiously! every single day.
I am going to share my daily routine. I hope you can find value in it.
  • Create a piece of content daily (blog post, video, article, ect)
  • Spend 30 min. a day marketing (choose one strategy and only one focus on it)
  • 15-30 min. daily working on mindset. This is the most often overlooked but most 
important aspect of your marketing. Read, watch webinar, ect. (Crush It by Gary Vaynerchuck)
is a great book.
  • Meditation 15 min. daily (clears the mind so you can focus)
  • Make connection with others online or offline
If you get into a daily routine you will eventually have success but at the same time
have fun!

To the Journey Ahead
Nathaniel Wright
P.S If You Want to be Unstoppable Click Below

Monday, November 26, 2012

The Secret to Giving Real Value

The Secret to Giving Real Value

Have you ever heard that if you give away free stuff on the internet you will make money?

When I first started marketing on the internet my entire focus was on my products.
So I was dropping links everywhere, twitter, facebook, forums, I mean everywhere!
Then I had an ah ha moment: 'people don't care about your products/services.'
What they do care about is if you can solve their problems and give them real value!

So one way to give value is by giving away free stuff: videos, blog posts, ebooks, webinars,
ect.
While this maybe true, giving away free stuff for no rhyme or reason attracts the wrong kind 
of people: tire kickers, and those who are just looking for something free.
These kind of people can make you go broke really fast!

Your goal is to attract people who are willing to spend money on your valuable content.
So how do you do this?

So What is the Secret

The secret to giving real value is doing so with a purpose in mind.
What this entails is creating a desire within your prospect to want more!

For example, suppose you were promoting a product on getting free traffic to google.
Give your prospect only a "taste" of what they will be getting. Just whet their appetite
and curiosity.

If you are writing a blog post, maybe you can open with a success story of yourself or
even someone else.
Then talk about the desires of your target audience; hitting all of their hot buttons!
Then maybe give a few tips on SEO  and at the end give a call to action.

My Call to Action to You

If you see this as a clear opportunity to change and maybe even an "ah ha" moment,
then click the link below:

To the Journey Ahead,
Nathaniel Wright
(864) 881-1797


Friday, November 23, 2012

A Conversation With a Prospect

You Are Getting Leads Now What?

A few months ago I bought 40,000 leads. I was so excited. 
I thought to myself: 'Nate you are finally in business. So I
download all 40,000 leads; complete with name, phone num-
ber, and email address.
I looked over my rather expansive list and then I asked 'now what?'
What do I do with all of these leads. Do I start dumping them 
into my opt-in box? Do I email or call them.
To find an answer I went to various forums and no one had
an answer! Boy was I disappointed!
The best answer I got was from my friend and fellow marketer
Andrea Goodsaid who told me she never buys leads because
the best ones are the ones you generate yourself.
And when you do, you must pick up the phone and call them!

What Do You Say?

Many if not most network marketers avoid picking up the phone and
call their leads. This is done for a variety of reasons but a major reason
is not knowing what to say.
How would a conversation between you and a prospect go?
First of all make sure YOU control the conversation. Remember
you have something they need and you are the leader.
Think of it like you are interviewing someone for a job:

 "I noticed that you responded to one of my websites and so I am
calling to check your interest. I would like to ask you a few questions."

  • What has changed in your life that has made you open to working
from home?
  • What do you do for a living?
  • What do you like and dislike about what you do?
  • What have you done in the past?
  • What qualities do you bring to the table that would make me
pick you to join my team?
  • On a scale from 1-10 with 10 being ready to start now how would you
rate yourself?
This is only a sample of what to ask. I am sure there are other questions but
hopefully it gets the ball rolling.

Potential Conversation Stoppers! 

As a marketer you have to be the leader. This means staying in control of the 
conversation, despite your prospects many questions and interruptions.
  • What's this about?
  • I don't remember visiting your website?
  • I don't have time right now
There are others but the point is it's your job to keep the conversation going.
No need to be all apologetic because you have nothing to be ashamed of.
Remember you have something they need despite there not knowing it.

Always remember to ask for a referral even if the person is not interested.
If they are interested email them some more information and continue to 
build a relationship.

To Your Success,
Nathaniel Wright
(864) 979-4409

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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Useful Tips Before Attending Your Companies Event

Useful Tips Before Attending Your Companies Event

All roads lead somewhere...right? If you are involved in network marketing are you on the
right road?
If you are consistent at attending your companies event then you are definitely on the right
road...the road to a major shift change in your business.
Make a conscience decision to go and take action!!!

But before going to your companies event there are some things that you can do to make sure
that you get the best out of your attendance.

How to Get the Most Out of Your Companies Event 

  • Don't try to learn everything.
doing so will only leave you mentally exhausted! Look for 1 or 2 strategies to take action on.
  • Bring a list of questions for various leaders
write them down and question different leaders about what they are doing to make things happen.
be determined to get them answered!
  • Get a camera interview with at least one leader
have 5 leaders in mind but get an interview with at least 1. 
think of a single question to ask each of them and again, be determined!
use video for you marketing
success by association...builds instant credibility
  • Bring a voice recorder to capture ideas
if you are like me you need all the help you can get. Ideas come and go very quickly
use the ideas for blog content
  • Write a Press Release
write one before and after attending your companies event
  • Get a photo taken with various leaders
again this is success by association
put on Facebook, blog and use in your marketing
people with think that you are just as successful
  • Hand out Business Cards
get out of your comfort zone, be bold, meet others, and shake some hands
you never know who you might meet or what partnership may form.

I sure hope these tips were of value to you. Please use them for your next event.

To Your Success,
Nathaniel Wright





Sunday, October 14, 2012

Work From Home Business

Work From Home Business

One of the wonderful aspects of today's technology is the internet. If it weren't for cyberspace
those wanting a work from home business would have very few choices to choose from.
With mere access to the web anyone can literally start their very own  internet business. All
it takes to get started is a PC with high speed internet access, an idea or even someone else's
idea.

Working From Home, Why So Popular?

Working from home has always been not just a dream but a passion. The traditional J-O-B
restricts your time and freedom. Not only that, but for the most part a person is very limited
in the amount of money they can make. For example, if the economy goes south your employ-
er has the right to withhold or severely limit your raise; or even terminate you.

Another reason why a work from home business is so popular is that all across the world many
people despise their jobs. Do you hate what you do for a living? Do you feel trapped in a dead
end job? Many factors can cause such disdain. Besides from hating what you do, there is the
matter of working hours that you would rather not, ie., the night or graveyard shift.
Personality conflicts can also be an issue. And then there is the matter of just not getting paid
for what you are worth.

Monetize Your Use of the Internet

As mentioned at the outset, the internet has made it possible those wanting a work from home
business to be successful because of the many opportunities it opens up.
A traditional work from home business, although desirable, still can be very limited because
oftentimes your customer base is for the most part local.
But by using the internet you can literally expand your business worldwide; reaching people
you never thought you would have access to. For example, I live here in sunny South Carolina
and I have expanded into Mexico; doing business with people I have never even seen. But
thanks to the internet it has become possible.

So many people are already making tons of cash by starting a work from home business.
Why can't it be you.

For more information on taking that first step towards your work from home business


To your success,
Nathaniel Wright
(864) 979-4409