Recruiters: Can You Do This?

The One Minute Interview

Leads leads leads
. Who wants to call leads?

Here’s what I used to do: Call 30-45 leads per hour. Beginners do it one hour per day. Nut cakes do it 3-5 hours per day. Raving maniacs? Eight to faint.

Results? Usually we fished ONE decent one out of every 40-45. Someone actually looking for something like what we had to offer.

Knowing what to say changes everything. And did it in 60 seconds or less. We wanted it in our lifetime. Here’s why I’m telling you this:

I have a less than 60-second cold leads interview process that I’ve used for years. And I’m teaching it for the first time, Wednesday evening, December 30.

You are invited. Affordable, too. (And you “One Liner” lovers get that MP3 on the house if you register for The One Minute Interview here on or before Christmas, Dec 25.)

This one time One Minute Interview jam session includes bite-sized responses to everything from, “Is it sales?” to “How do you make money doing this?” And, it shows you how to say goodbye to anyone who’s not right for this.

Aren’t you tired of dragging and pushing the (obviously) wrong people?

If you want to recruit and use leads, this is the class for you. Fast paced, no stone left unturned, including how to show them the money in one-liners based on your pay plan. Here.

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Kim Klaver


  • I gotta say, you might be able to improve your percentages by asking for the right kind of referrals… At least I am more inclined to enjoy talking to warmer prospects than colder ones. It takes a special person to be able to handle the negative feedback that cold calling can sometimes deliver.

    Make sure to have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

  • Brian…

    It takes all kinds, and I am one who loves cold market. If a person gets good leads, they're more likely to BE a right one, and then it's totally fun. We just don't pretend it's fast and easy.

    Many folks will not talk to warm market until they've had some success.

    So, to each his or her own…think?

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