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#1 Way to Approach Strangers
About Your Homebased Business

Homebased BusinessRight now so many people are ravenously looking for more leads, more traffic and more prospects to talk to. What about the human beings you encounter every single day? That intimidates most people to even bring up this topic but what are you, a homebased business entrepreneur or a tiny squeaky mouse? Haha, well, regardless of which category you fall into, I am going to share with you the easiest way to talk to people about your homebased business.

Don’t Lead with Your Homebased Business

You have probably heard this one before, especially if you have seen ebooks or webinars on online mlm sponsoring. However, here is a little twist, lead with a compliment! Let me preface this by saying that I do not talk to every single person I meet about my homebased business. Why? If they have a crappy attitude and seem to hate life, I don’t have time to help them turn that around and then be open about even thinking about having their own homebased business. But, for those that have a good attitude or seem like fun people, I approach them.

How to get their information to send your homebased business presentation

– Give them a genuine compliment. Don’t fake it here, truly tell them something nice that you notice about them. Earrings, shoes, outfit, smile, or their attitude.
– Ask them questions. Where are you from? Where did you go to school? How long have you worked here?
– Then I position my homebased business like this. “Just throwing it out there but would you be interested in a side project that doesn’t interfere with what you are doing here at _________(wherever they work).

They will respond one of three ways, I know as I do this every single day. They will respond with (1) No thanks, (2) Well, What is it? or (3) Yeah! And I will tell you that the third answer is the one I get all the time. Here is how I finish the talk:

– “I am real busy and running to an appointment but tell you what, we are always looking for sharp people. If you give me your email and phone number I will send you over a short video and if you like what you see, we can talk further, cool?”

And they will give you their information about 9 out of 10 times you ever ask this. Next time you are at a restaurant, car dealership, tanning salon, networking event, etc, use this approach and get those leads without offending anyone or getting into some big crazy explanation. The #1 mistake network marketers make is they say too much about their homebased business. Don’t do that. My friend Jake says that people judge your opportunity like they do from the title of a movie. Don’t give them the title of the movie! Use the above script and you will leave them curious which is exactly where you want them to be!

This does not mean I am against online mlm sponsoring, not at all, I just think you are nuts if you say you are motivated but won’t approach people around you, especially with this approach I just gave you!

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  1. Ray, I remember talking to you about this awhile ago and it has worked really well for me. Just being authentic instead of being addicted to them joining your business goes a long way.

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Yeah man, rock on grasshopper!

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  2. Great post. Thanks for the information. That approach is pretty cool and easy.

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Give it a shot!

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  3. LOL… so funny because I just did that with one of my guest @ hotel… . Got info… latter send the video!

    THANK YOU..!!! as always for your help..!!!

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Very nice Roda!

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  4. Great post. The #1 way to approach strangers regarding your home-based business is right on spot. Thanks for the info.

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Glad you like!

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  5. Great Post Ray! I especially like The #1 mistake network marketers make is they say too much about their homebased business. That is so true!

    Just say enough to create curiosity!

    Thanks again for the post and the value that you continually give out…

    ~ Donnie

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    My pleasure!

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  6. Love it Ray…

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Thanks big guy!

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  7. Wow! Thanks for that post.

    I was just thinking of that very topic.
    I’m on my way out the door with my head held high.
    Word for word! I’m going to follow that advice.

    So basic, yet so many of us make it harder than it needs to be.

    Thanks Ray.

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Let us know how you do!

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  8. Pimp Daddy!

    This has been THE #1 lesson for me with regards to approaching, being succinct, andleaving them feeling like you have the info, IF they are open to looking at it.

    Killer tip!

    Will pass to my people!

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Rock on bro!

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  9. Truly practical and valuable as usual Ray. This is absolutely something I need to do. Your talk at Numis U on finding local people on Facebook & Jake’s story on how he built an entire downline have absolutely NO warm market where he lived were gold in this regard! Thanks as always :)

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Jake built it before CELLPHONES! That is crazy!

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  10. I like this approach, in fact I’m going to use it while picking up my daughter from school today. Could you please do a post like this with some guidance on the follow up, that’s where I seem to fumble. Thanks!

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    Karl Henry Reply:

    Ray,
    That is my biggest problem. How do I close the sale? I have had many prospects. I need help with that part.

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    For those in the pipeline, you get your upline on the phone with them, and the right ones will join

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    For follow up you can read this blog and get the gist of what to say if they have not watched the video – http://rayhigdon.com/what-do-you-say-when-they-dont-show-up-to-the-meeting/

    and if they did watch it, you ask them what they liked, how they would build it then tell them it sounds like they are ready to get started and get their information or you get your upline on the phone with them

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  11. Nice post. Will do

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Thanks!

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  12. Ray thank you very much for the ( 1 way to Approach Strangers) It was very good information. Thank you..

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Thank you!

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  13. Interesting information. Great for anyone in sales or any venue where you interact with people on a face to face basis. I am not involved in any MLM group but I do enjoy your posts. Especially ones like this one where I read it and realize, “I do this everyday!” It’s almost 2nd nature; I can’t remember not doing it. Anyway thanks for all the positive and eduational info.

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Not everyone does this Rob, we have to teach them! Haha, thanks bro

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  14. Hi Ray,

    I like your approach.

    Force negates. This is why leading with your home based business turns off most people. It’s like introducing yourself to someone by slapping a business card in the palm of their hand.

    When you engage someone by complimenting them and asking question you plant the seeds for making a connection. We do business with people we connect with, not shills.

    Thanks for sharing your insight Ray.

    RB

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Welcome Ryan, thanks for feedback

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  15. Great information and great help. It’s exciting to think what I used to think was complicated is actually pretty easy. Ray you have a great way of simplifying this great business. Thank You!

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Thats my job!

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  16. Thanks Ray, going out to use this approach right now.

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Rock n Roll!

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  17. Thanks Ray – I started using this yesterday after picking it up from one of your videos – a door-to-door guy caught me coming home from work – this technique works great – I’ll be using it and teaching to our teammates. Thanks for your efforts and the continuing great info.

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    You are welcome Will

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  18. Ray

    Your timing is perfect. At the meeting last night I was recommending to one of my reps that he talk to 3 strangers a day. Not only a great way to get prospects but to practice too. Since it’s not your warm market, there’s less risk in working out the bugs and getting over the jitters. I love how you spell it out. It just comes down to practice, practice practice.

    Thank you!

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    You got it big guy

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  19. Thanks Ray! Excellent Tip! I printed it off and will be adding it to my tool belt! Thanks for your leadership! You are a true blessing to all that know you!

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Steph = All Star

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  20. awesome stuff babe! Love this approach, I’m going to start doing this more often…

    Jess

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Welcome gorgeous!

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  21. More great insight as usually Ray!!! It can be difficult to approach people about your business seeing that many people are skeptical, but like you say always open up and build rapport with your prospect before even mentioning your opportunity. Have an awesome day my friend…Paul

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    You got it Paul

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  22. I love how you keep it so simple. We all get caught up in our own fears but why? This is a great no pressure approach.

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Absolutely Craig

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  23. Well I guess I’m going back to 1991 when
    I started my Amway business.
    Honestly I am not a fan of this Ray.
    I did not come from sales previously
    in Amway but had enough of a burn to
    learn it and do it.
    But then again if one is not at the
    holly grail of 15-25 leads daily (I’m not yet) by sifting
    and sorting online or offline with post cards
    ….then this does work.
    I became a direct in 6 months in Amway and sponsored
    24 folks and ended up with 14 that stuck around.
    It did get me a decent monthly cheque for years.
    If you have not done this before it takes lots of practice.
    And more importantly PERSONAL GROWTH.
    Do you think this is duplicateable with the masses Ray?
    It was for some but not all if I remember.
    Which I guess is like all the other methods really.
    This scares the sh– out of certain personalities.
    I best add this to my arsenal as I’m out and about
    then Ray.
    I’ve talked myself back into it.

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    The ones that are hungry will do it, and that is who I am talking to Nicholas

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  24. Ray,

    I am planning on doing this now that I am comfortable with it but wanted to let you know that I also finally realized that it’s not only strangers but people you normally wouldn’t think about asking; like – My doctor, attorney, etc. I actually gave my Doctor a card of mine the other day and told him to check it out after going through the “Doc, do you ever look for other income streams that wouldn’t interfere with what your doing now – trading time for dollars?” and he actually said sure if it is worthwhile, etc. Anyway, will be following up with him after the weekend.. you guys nailed it when you said that the more you just do this and ask the more comfortable you will get!!

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Doctors love the idea of residual income, talk to them

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  25. Great reminder…thanks, Ray!

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    You got it

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  26. Great suggestion, Ray. I can see it working for any home based business, mlm or otherwise. In the old days we would use the curiosity technique to try to get people out to meetings (and risk their wrath in the process once they found out what it was)…

    Funny how the Internet has made so many things easier, but we often don’t realize how it can help us until someone points it out. Thanks for the reminder – I feel stronger already.

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Rock it Lance!

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  27. Thanks Ray! You just saved me from doing a lot of weird things!!

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Haha, dare I ask?

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  28. hey ray,glay to hear this it is very good,***gilbert***

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Glad you like it!

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  29. Hi Ray!

    Great information! I am going to try this approach. I have been saying way too much!

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    That is always the problem!

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  30. Great post, Ray. Being genuine (congruent) and genuinely interested in the people you meet is a great way to get rapport which is a “necessary but insufficient condition” in the recruiting process. (That means you have to have it, but it’s not enough by itself.) Your approach sure beats the tired old “if I could show you a way to …”

    Keep rockin’
    – Dave

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    I never liked the “if I could show you a way”, I never felt comfortable with it

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  31. Hello!
    Newbie here as of yesterday to the Numis Network!!!
    I am already enjoying your emails since I just signed up.
    I certainly need all of the help I can get.
    Looking forward to your tips and growing with Numis!!!
    Terri Hall

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  32. Ray –

    Great tip! This sounds so simple, but can be hard to do…
    at first!

    Thanks for sharing and what a duplicatable way to build!!!

    ~Andie

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    I agree Andie, you cannot teach everyone to be a super closer but I think anyone hungry will do this approach

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  33. Focusing on the basics was what I taught my team 10 years when I got involved in Quixtar & why we went to six figures in 18 months.

    The difference in what you are talking about here Ray & what we taught back then & what I think Nicholas is referring to back in the day with Amway is you are talking about going out & connecting with people while you are living your life & taking advantage of the opportunities presented to you as opposed to carrying a spear in your backpack & whipping it out & walking up to someone & harpooning them.

    My wife & I just met a nice guy standing in line at Chipotle tonight & Kim “broke the ice” or “bridged the gap of silence” by asking him if the phone he was playing with was an iPhone. He didn’t grunt back he said, “No it’s a Samsung…” we chatted about phones for a min & then bridged the income gap by asking “What do you do for work”? He told me what he did & volunteered that it didnt pay as well as his previous job & that he was looking for something else. Later I asked, “What are you looking for”? Then I mentioned We have an online business & asked if he was open to other ideas outside of a traditional job & he resoundingly said Yes. I told him he could jot his name, number & email down & I’d give him a call & send a link to a short video.

    Nothing uncomfortable when you know you are looking for people that are looking for you & you let it play out naturally.

    Thanks for the post Ray. You just gave me an idea for 2 more posts.

    I’ll post them soon & send you a link.

    You rock!

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Way to go Dan! No harpooning here!

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  34. Hey Ray. Sounds like a great approach. I will definitely try that.

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Make it happen Brad!

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  35. Great post I love the easy style.
    Thanks for the tip.

    Butch

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Glad you like it Butch!

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  36. can anyone say “DUPLICATABLE” ?
    As always, be the inviter NOT the informer!

    For those that try to reinvent the wheel, hows that working out for you?

    Yeah, thats what I thought….keep it simple and the results will be bountiful,plain and simple!

    Great post Ray!

    Di~

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Thanks Diane!

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  37. Ray,

    I have been approaching people everyday, with this information I will be sure to get a higher success rate. When it comes time to ask for a name, email and phone number…I take my cell go into contact mode and as I ask I am waiting to input the contact number. Its a subconcious thing and rarely do I get an objection as they wee you waiting. You continue to bring huge value to us and I as well as many others enjoy and appreciate. Keep up the great work.

    Mark

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Good idea Mark!

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  38. Again awesome post Ray…and for anyone reading here who have not seen Ray’s video entitled “My Son Sharing How He Likes me Working from Home with the Kids”…it is truly of the “Greatest Whys'” I have ever seen. It made me really reflect and the video really touches you in a very profound way. Scroll up its near the top of Ray’s Blog.

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Thanks Mark

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  39. Cool Ray,

    More like exposing instead of selling

    Also with this, its more duplicatable (no pressure for the prospector..)

    Thanks for sharing

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    That is the key!

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  40. We have a lot in common, based on this article. It really does work but takes time and dedication-both of which are in short supply.

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Yep, a lot of being are going broke trying to get rich quick, if they had more discipline they could build an empire over time

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  41. Great information Ray that approach is really simple and I was wondering if I should even approach complete strangers. I will definitely implement this into my daily routines, thanks Ray

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    The answer is why not?

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  42. Wow! Such great tips. I heard someone say once. If you don’t ask then the answer is no. Same thing applies here. Thanks for sharing.

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Yep, you miss 100% of the shots you never take

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  43. Thanks Ray that is an awesome technique. I like how comfortable it is. A basic friendly conversation you would have any day. I also like that it takes the pressure off the person you’re talking too but creates enough curiosity for them to look at the video.

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Get em Neil!

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  44. You make it sound so easy Ray! But it really is that simple if people will just do it. You’re the best. Keep the great content flowing!
    -Nick

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Thanks Nick!

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  45. Thanks Ray! Approaching strangers is one of my downfalls and your approach is tremendously helpful. I will be trying this at every opportunity.

    Wendy

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Make it happen Wendy!

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  46. You are right on target Ray this works 99% of the time!

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Thanks Bill, rock on!

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  47. Good information to use. Always looking to more ways to approach the situation at hand when it comes to building a business. Pretty professional to as well. The plain and simple truth is no matter what your reputation or how well you present your business you will get turned down. Maybe it just wasn’t the right time for them to get involved just yet even though they may have wanted to. Who knows. Thanks for sharing

    Steven Dean.

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  48. I’m sure I’ve already commented up there somewhere, but I couldn’t resist. First, because i love how you put everything in simple “anyone can do it language” that makes me feel like a pansy if I don’t do it tomorrow. And second, because I was sending a email to a new contact today to help him prepare for a move to Tampa. I used the “just throwing it out there” in my email and he asked for the link.

    Thanks, Ray, for constantly reminding us that anyone can do this business and we can be as big as we want to be.

    Bryan

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Haha, thanks bro!

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  49. I was told that you should always lead with the product not the opportunity because no matter how eager they are to make extra money they will still have to buy,use, recommend what it is they are endorsing….what are your thoughts with product first.

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Leading with the product is the very worst option. Leading with the biz is slightly better, leading with your team vision is the best

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  50. I love that “Title of a Movie” analogy. There are so many movies I have refused to watch because of the title. Interesting! Thanks

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Thanks Tracy!

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  51. Ray,
    I was addicted to the process of recruiting and you have helped me here become more genuine. Thanks for the value!!!!!

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  52. This is an awesome post, Ray. You’re absolutely right…The #1 mistake network marketers make is they say too much about their business. We need to learn to say just enough to peek our prospect’s curiosity.

    Thanks for sharing these tips.

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  53. Ray,

    Great post. I especially like your technique of saying “I’m busy but running to an appointment but always looking for sharp people etc.” I can see how that would get great results especially if at a networking type meeting when I’ve found they initially frown upon network marketers/mlm peeps showing up.

    -Bill

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  54. Hi Ray,

    You wrote:

    “They will respond one of three ways, I know as I do this every single day. ”

    How many of the local people you have done this with have joined you in your primary MLM?

    Thanks!
    Tracy

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  55. This post was right on time. This is something i been struggle with.

    Thanks for being great leader and teacher

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  56. Ray,

    Great post here. It just makes sense to talk to people you meet every day. That’s how this industry was built for nearly 50 years anyway.

    Great post here. Thanks for sharing.

    Chuck

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  57. I like this.Go for fun people, people who looks at least happy with life, my take away. Thanks Ray

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  58. Great post Ray! People too often are afraid of speaking to others face to face. This is a much easier way of sponsoring people than online, I believe. Also, some prospects that will come into your business aren’t interested in building their business online, so if you REALLY want to be a leader, it’s important to have this skill as well.

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  59. Great stuff

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  60. re:“Just throwing it out there but would you be interested in a side project that doesn’t interfere with what you are doing here at _________(wherever they work).

    There is no mention of any kind of reward for the side project? Just want to be clear.

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Not clear of the question

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  61. Thanks Ray. I have just got to go do it.

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  62. So I am a HUGE fan of person to person "Old School" prospecting. I love online as well, don't get me wrong, FB, LinkedIn, Twitter, Blogs, etc… are all great tools to use building my business. So… I have been using the line, "Just throwing it out there but would you be interested in a side project that doesn’t interfere with what you are doing.." on every person that I am prospecting to join my team. They ALWAYS respond with, "What is it?" right away. But then I use the "I'm really busy and gotta run but I can call you later this evening and tell you more about it…" line… and… It works like a charm! Like a boss! I get contact information EVERY time. Amazing results with this one… I don't talk to just anyone about my opportunity. I look for people that kinda stand out. People that are outspoken in a public place. People that say hello to me. People that walk tall. Successfull people. People I want on my team. People that seem to have their head up! I'm pretty selective about who I want on my team and have used different approach methods but this one works EVERY time! Thank you so MUCH!

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  63. So I am a HUGE fan of person to person “Old School” prospecting. I love online as well, don’t get me wrong, FB, LinkedIn, Twitter, Blogs, etc… are all great tools to use building my business. So… I have been using the line, “Just throwing it out there but would you be interested in a side project that doesn’t interfere with what you are doing..” on every person that I am prospecting to join my team. They ALWAYS respond with, “What is it?” right away. But then I use the “I’m really busy and gotta run but I can call you later this evening and tell you more about it…” line… and… It works like a charm! Like a boss! I get contact information EVERY time. Amazing results with this one… I don’t talk to just anyone about my opportunity. I look for people that kinda stand out. People that are outspoken in a public place. People that say hello to me. People that walk tall. Successfull people. People I want on my team. People that seem to have their head up! I’m pretty selective about who I want on my team and have used different approach methods but this one works EVERY time! Thank you so MUCH!

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  64. RAY, ANOTHER GREAT BLOG POST. NOW IT'S TIME FOR ME TO PUT THIS INTO ACTION.

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  65. This is a lovely article you have shared with us.The #1 mistake network marketers make is they say too much about their business and forget about creating relationship. thanks a lot

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  66. Thanks for sharing on the webinar tonight, Ray!

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  67. I am still working on getting this down. Used the first part of the script yesterday but got only email not phone number. I got the third response (“absolutely”) and while exchanging info person asked “what is it” and I responded “it involves gold and silver but I’ll send you the video with all the details”.. also working on undoing my last company’s training. I’ll get it right next time!!

    A post on how to follow up by email would be awesome Ray :)

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  68. This is a really valuable post Ray, a really simple approach that anyone can follow. Loved it!

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  69. Awesome… thank you. ~m

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  70. Thanks for being an example of what I've been teaching my prospective team members and associates to do. Stop talking so much. Leave a little mystery on the first date. OMG! Make them come back for more.

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  71. Great info! THNX!

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  72. “Prospect while your out; don’t go out to prospect!” – I think Cedrick Harris :)

    I love the sincere compliment thing as well. Everyone like to be praised/recognized for something about themselves.

    I can get people’s email and phone from talking to them on Facebook, I can recruit them into MLSP over the phone but somehow meeting in person kind of throws me for a loop. Must practice more when I go out next time! :) Thanks Ray!

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  73. Hi Ray,

    Be open and ready to tune into abundance, at any time. This means sharing your opportunity after striking up a conversation with an individual. Smart tips.

    The compliment – or other high energy exchange – is key. Be honest. Be truthful. Deliver heart felt words. Remember, you are not trying to use the person, to get their money. You want to help them, while prospering yourself. So both parties win if you approach strangers in a high energy fashion.

    If someone placed a business card in your hand as you shook, no doubts you laugh them off, sock ‘em, or sprint away from the individual. This is why you can’t lead with your business. Makes you look like a shill who simply wants to part the individual from their money. Be nice. Be engaging. Share. Detach.

    Thanks Ray!

    Ryan

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  74. Nice advice Mr. Higdon.

    Talking to people in public can always be nerve wracking, you never know what they’ll say, you also don’t wan’t to be offeneded.

    Neither does the person you’re talking to. Remember that.

    Your goal is to target people who are interested, not to make people interested.

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  75. Thank you Ray, I think you are awesome!

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    Ray Higdon Reply:

    Thanks Roger!

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  76. this is awesome, thanks! offline sponsoring will always play a huge role!

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  77. This is real good Ray, so easy and none threatening

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  78. Thanks Ray, I am working on being THE best at enrolling perfect strangers in the history of our company! hahaha! I really like this!

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  79. thanks Ray! just what I've been told…. !

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