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How to Identify and Speak Your Prospects Language to Grow Your Team and Customer Base Faster

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How to Identify and Speak Your Prospects Language to Grow Your Team and Customer Base Faster

Hey, Hey and Welcome!

I am so excited to be able to bring this training to you. 

We are talking about how to identify it and speak your prospect's language so that you can enroll more team members and grow your customer base.

I recently just read a book: Mini-Scripts for the Four Color Personalities: How to Talk to our Network Marketing Prospects By: Keith Schreiter

It's a really, really great book. I'm going to teach you what I kind of learned out of here. Then you can go get the book to learn more, but I have learned how to identify and speak my prospect's language. 

Now here's what was happening to me: I would get on a call with one of my prospects. They were interested in joining my business or interested in becoming a customer. And I would go through all the hoops. Right. Do all things. And then they would disappear and not enroll. Well, here's the thing. Each person has a color personality. And if you haven't studied this at all, get the audible. It's a quick lesson and it's super simple.

I'm going to give you an example, one color is  yellow, they like to help other people. They love to help. So if you say to them, maybe you jump on a call and you're talking about your philanthropy.

I have to break it down. If you're talking about the philanthropy of what your company does to help other people or helping women create an income online so that they can go buy what they need. Yellows identify with helping people and serving others. If you want to think of a yellow, it's like a grandma that is always helping others or serving others. If you are going to get on a call and talk to a yellow person about the money, the cars, the trips, guess what they don't care. And that's how you lose people. 

That's how I was losing people. 

Now that I'm aware of what I was doing.

So red, they are bossy and they are very money oriented. I haven't decided if I'm red or yellow, I actually think I'm a mixture, but in the book they say you're either one or the other. And at my core, I love making money, but if I'm not serving other people, then I'm not happy and the money doesn't matter.

The blues, They are the party. They want to be the party. They love to be the center of attention. They love to have fun. They love to have a good time. Okay. They don't care about the money. They don't care about serving others. They just want to be around the people. If you have a blue ever present, they never get to the point because they're just talking non-stop.

Greens are analytical. They want all the studies on your product. They want all of everything that you can possibly give them. The comp plan broke down. That's their jam. 

Think to yourself, What color are you and how will you use that in your business?

If you got value out of this let me know! 

 If you need more on how to build your business, grab the link below. 

Have a great rest of your day. See you later.

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About the Author

Brandy is a wife, mother of six, and a lead generation expert, as well as a network marketer. Her passion is helping others realize the power of building their business using the Internet, coaching others to believe in themselves, and to fight for their dreams.

Brandy Sher Shaver

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