Network Marketing Training – Master the Invitation

Network Marketing Training – Master the Invitation – Part 1 of 2

What is the #1 Skill in network marketing? I believe it's mastering the invitation.

If you want to get really, really good and make a lot of money, you need to get good at mastering the invitation. There's an art and science to mastering the invitation and if you don't do it right, it can actually have a negative impact on your business.

When you first get started in this industry it's like a training ground where you learn the science of mastering the invitation but you're also going to run into a few problems along the way with looking inauthentic and coming off as the "bait and switch" guy/girl.

So why is mastering the invitation one of the (if not the) most important skill in network marketing?

Simple. You don't have to be a great presenter, you don't have to be a great sales person, you don't have to be a wealth of knowledge about products or features and benefits, you don't have to be the best closer etc, because tools and leaders do that far more effective than most people can.

But what tools don't do nearly as effectively as people can is get others in front of the tools!

So here's one quick idea that I want to share with you that I believe can help you out a ton.

This goes back to my friend Byron who referred to our company as an "idea". And remember thinking, "Why are you calling this an idea? It's not an idea it's a business."

But the more I started using that, the more I started mastering the invitation. The reason is, people associate experiences or knowledge to everything they hear, see, smell, taste, or touch.

So no matter what you say to someone, if it's something that can be translated into an association, they're going to prejudge and make assumptions based on previous experience and associations.

But try to do that with an idea…

You can't because an idea is just a bunch of possibility that is determined by how that idea is revealed.

Don't tell them anything until you can show them everything.

Using the word idea is one of the fastest ways to mastering the invitation!

So start using the word idea and stay tuned for part 2 coming up for more tips on mastering the invitation.

If you've got a question I can help you out with be sure to send it in to: askmatt@mattmorris.com and as always,

Make Life An Adventure!

Matt Morris
#1 Best Selling Author

 

 


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23 Comments on “Network Marketing Training – Master the Invitation”

  1. I do appreciate you take the time to share the little nuggets. It does encourage me that you care enough to be consistance and reach out to help me and others in this business. Thank you!

  2. Great video Matt!  It’s amazing how a simple word like “idea” can really change a person’s perspective and their willingness to meet.  Our brains are truly programmed to make assumptions based upon our vocabulary.  Thanks!

  3. Excited to share this with my team tonight Matt!! Amazing how something so small could make such a enormous difference Thanks!!

  4. That was honestly brilliant. I’ve always used “I want to connect with you and include you in on a conversation I’m having with so and so.” But this word “IDEA” is golden. Not sure how I missed using that. Definitely going to be using this.

  5. Matt, Ive got an IDEA im currently working on right now, this will shoot off the roof.. once it does ill meet you in person to personally say, thanks for all your videos…they are inspiring me in so many ways…its not easy but im doing it..thanks a lot / Kym

    1. Matt , l have been in networking four months. And still haven’t had anyone join my team. Please Help !!!

  6. Amazing nugget, thank you Matt and here’s to an even more amazing 2017! #shinelikepaint #1000DayRun

  7. Is it ok to say ” I have a business (idea) that I want to run by U, or that U deserve to hear about? Matt, we’re with a Major Savings Benefit Company, (that is the product), it’s like a giant Co Op or Sam’s Club on steroids we say, saving people money on things they’re already going to buy, from cotton balls to cars, with an optional Earnings side by referring the membership to others. How would U use the word “idea” in that invitation script?

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