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Let’s kick this off with some questions…
Do you want to add an extra bill to your household? Would you like an extra bill coming in every month?
Are you interested in earning extra income? Are you interested in getting an extra check in the mail?
The difference between these questions is an example of how you should be thinking from your prospects’ perspective at all times when you share the LIMU Experience, just like you do when you’re keeping the 3 Filters in mind.
Customers Spend Money, Promoters Earn It
One of the biggest mistakes network marketers make is thinking that their job is to sell a product.
No one wants to add an extra bill every month.
Over 60% of Americans don’t have $500 in their savings account—that’s the majority of the nation.
People are taking on extra jobs, they’re mowing grass on the side, working odd jobs just to make ends meet. They’re doing extra jobs not because they want to, but because they need that extra income for themselves and their families.
The Uber Effect
Take Uber for example. Uber has exploded over the last few years, and it’s putting traditional taxi companies out of business.
The latest Uber epidemic involves great numbers of people–from all walks of life–who moonlight as Uber drivers. College students, teachers, middle class professionals and many more are looking to supplement their income. Think about it…
Do you think people are excited about driving their personal vehicles around with people they don’t know in the backseat? No. That’s NOT what they’re passionate about.
So why are they passionate about it? Why are people from all over the country electing to drive an Uber in their spare time?
• They don’t want another boss
• They don’t have time for another full-time (or even part-time) job
• They want to work when they want, where they want
• They want an extra stream of income
• They want work life balance, something they can weave into their lives on their time and terms
The Ultimate #SideHustle
At LIMU we have that, and we have it in a better way where people can create real long-term, residual income, and where they can have a team of people behind them helping them along the way. We even have an auto program where people can actually earn a brand-new BMW very early on. That’s on top of earning paychecks up to five times a month.
With Uber, the question is not, “Do you want to drive people around in your personal vehicle?” Just like at LIMU, the question is not, “Do you want to buy a bottle of seaweed?”
The question is:
“Are you interested in earning some extra money on the side? I know I was.”
Your prospects want an extra paycheck, more money coming into their bank account, rather than out of it.
If you’re trying to sell a product, you might get a couple of Customers, but if you sell a life-changing opportunity, you’ll build your business and improve the lives of others living paycheck-to-paycheck.
The reason Uber is exploding is the same reason your business could explode. So make sure you’re asking the right questions.