Helper-Healer Marketer Mastermind #1 April 30

What the winners won in the helper-healer marketing program

Are you a helper-healer marketer and didn’t know it?

You don’t think about the money much, and you really like helping people with their products and finding like minded people to spend time with. And, you also want to make some money. Does that sound like you?

Meet Vi, a veteran network marketer (28 years with her daughter and friends). She just signed up for the new helper-healer marketing program. We were chatting on the phone and she happily announced:

“I knew there was a place for me! I’ve never been a big recruiter type, and none of my group think much about the money. We just like getting together and doing our in-homes together. We would like more people to come, and all we really know to do is the money thing which none of us want to do. So this is perfect for our group! The helper healer will help me be me!”

She’s now is getting ready for April 30, 6 weeks away. That’s when we’re doing the first live Master Mind call for helper-healer marketer members, to help a few folks create their own wow experience, using the Wow Planner playbook.

In addition to getting the videos and audios from the original eight week program, members can join a monthly live mastermind conference call. That’s a live conference call with Vic Link (who had her heal-in where 70 confirmed and 96 showed up) and me, plus other members, all helping a few members create their own wow experience for their in-home. Including the flyers, the emails, the invitation language…

I think Claude Hopkins, perhaps the most well-regarded ad man to date, describes the helper-healer marketing approach we use best:

After selling more of a product in one week than six salesmen had sold in six weeks, he explained his methods to the owner of the company:

“I did not sell the product, did not talk about the product. I sold [fusion_builder_container hundred_percent=”yes” overflow=”visible”][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type=”1_1″ background_position=”left top” background_color=”” border_size=”” border_color=”” border_style=”solid” spacing=”yes” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” padding=”” margin_top=”0px” margin_bottom=”0px” class=”” id=”” animation_type=”” animation_speed=”0.3″ animation_direction=”left” hide_on_mobile=”no” center_content=”no” min_height=”none”][ways to help them grow their business], and the product went with that. The difference in my approach and the other salesmen lies in the basic conception of selling. The average salesperson openly seeks profit for himself. His plea is, “Buy my product, not the other one.” He makes a selfish appeal to selfish people, and of course he meets resistance.

“I was selling service. The whole basis of my talk was to help the baker get more business. The advantage to myself was covered up in my efforts to please him.” Claude Hopkins, My Life in Advertising.

That’s what you’ll master in the Helper-Healer Marketing program. If that sounds like you, check it out here. The more of a helper-healer type you are, the more we want you.

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