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What the heck is Magnetic Sponsoring?Monique Alvarez

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For example, do you expect to make it big by: using a memory jogger to create a list of friends and family to pitch your latest bizopp to? or running around random parking lots and littering people's cars with your business fliers? or grabbing any warm body and reciting some lines you learned at your company "training?" or cold-calling leads you bought from ancient genealogy lists? or perhaps you're one of the "lottery" mindset types? Maybe you think you'll get rich just by signing up (because the company is so new or the products are so great)? If you can lay claim to any of the above statements, then Magnetic Sponsoring is not for you. If, on the other hand, you realize that the products really won't sell themselves -- that you're going to need to MARKET the products and opportunity to have a real shot at succeeding in the industry, then Magnetic Sponsoring MIGHT be for you. I say MIGHT because I have some more criteria. Let me clarify. Are you willing to: actually READ the 61 pages of the book? and put what you've learned to use? Because that's the only way Magnetic Sponsoring will work. It's a training course on how to run the business. Like how to market, who to market to, and how to convert your prospects to customers and business builders. I'm going to warn you, though, you might get ANGRY with what you read! That's what happened to me. I was introduced to Magnetic Sponsoring at a time when I had already done all of the basic things that your typical upline teaches you. I: worked the warm market cold-called on businesses and strangers held home meetings and hotel meetings went to all the company events and invited people to go with me and attended networking events where people in other companies proceeded to pitch me on their business opportunities I had done all of these things and I had achieved some level of success, but panic was starting to set in.

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