Want to get your MLM and network marketing prospects to beg you for a presentation by using Ice Breakers? You can turn any warm or cold prospect into a hot prospect, wanting to know all about your business. How?
By learning how to effectively introduce your business into a social conversation with an easy, rejection-free sequence of just a few words. Prospects want what you have to offer, but they are afraid of someone selling them. However, prospects love to buy and join. So why not use socially acceptable word sequences that compel any prospect to literally beg you for a presentation?
This book contains several effective formulas with many examples of each formula that you can use or modify. Once we know how the formulas work, we can create unlimited Ice Breakers on-demand to use and pass on to our downline. Your distributors will no longer be afraid of prospecting; instead, they will love prospecting. It is much more fun when we are in control. Distributors want to work hard, but just don't know what to say. Their opening random remarks ruin their chances and they suffer bad experiences. That experience trains them to avoid prospecting. With trained words and phrases, everything changes. Quick and positive results. Prospecting is fun again.
Enjoy learning how to prospect negative people, positive people, relatives, co-workers, strangers, leads, cold prospects....anyone, by using fun Ice Breakers that even the prospects enjoy.
So if you need more prospects, if you need to give more presentations, then this is the book for you. Spend the entire week giving presentations, instead of spending the entire week looking for someone to talk to. And never again will you have to hear one of your distributors complain, "I just don't have anyone to talk to."
Ice Breakers are the best way to energize your MLM and network marketing business.
©2013 Fortune Network Publishing (P)2014 Fortune Network Publishing
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5 out of 5 stars
By Mrs C Wardell on 08-03-18

certainly recommend

if lacking in confidence of how to approach people you need Ice Breakers to give you confidence

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5 out of 5 stars
By wendy sloan on 08-02-18

A real eye opener!

Fantastic book with some of the most simplest forms of opening a conversation. Highly recommend

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5 out of 5 stars
By Al on 14-01-16

Builds confidence and great ideas!

This was very relevant not only for MLMs, but is a great way to develop social skills.
The techniques are very applicable and I will practice them daily to make it a habit.
This is great material for anyone who is looking to prospect.

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5 of 5 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By EDAWSON3 on 15-11-14

Surprisingly Awesome

Would you listen to Ice Breakers! How To Get Any Prospect To Beg You For A Presentation again? Why?

I plan on listening to Ice Breakers over and over again because it was surprisingly funny and valuable.

Who was your favorite character and why?

The narrator was the star of this Audio Book, who did a great job on bringing life to the book. I find other audio book narrators to give a monotone feel much like the Clear Eyes guy commercial, "WoW!" But this book was refreshingly funny and kept me hooked to the end, I never got into a trans which I sometimes do with other narrators Clear Eyes voices.

Which scene was your favorite?

My favorite part of the book was when he shows you how to apply a technique of asking your prospect if they would like to do something about it, and to figure out the tell tale signs of them saying no without using the word "no" and how to escape from the excessive ramble of an excuse driven society.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The comedy and the fact that I could compare and see myself going through a lot of scenarios discussed in the book.

Any additional comments?

I started applying the techniques right after I listened to it and it was like the twilight zone, because everything that was taught I applied and boy does it work.

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