“Kim, the money’s in the SHOW.”
That was to let us know that ‘the show’ is what (eventually) gets you someone who wants it as much or more than you.
And many little players and customers in between.
Nope, it’s not your persuasive skills.
If you’re personally totally sold on the thing
you’re marketing, do this:
Each day, keep right on showing and telling.
And ask each one if they know someone who…
Do that every single day, every which way, online and off.
Because. The right ones will say yes. On their own.
I did, every time. No one ever had to persuade or
convince me in any of the companies I’ve built
in the past. If I liked what I saw, and thought I
could promote it, I did it.
My current company – well, I contacted the guy whom
I wanted as a sponsor. He didn’t even know I might be looking.
(I didn’t either, hehehe.) We are out here. We will find you if we
can. But meanwhile…
Do enough shows each day – 1 AT LEAST – for the next year.
And you will find many customers, some little AND maybe
one bigger banana.
NOTE. The more shows you do per day, the less time it
Say it takes 1,000 shows to build a little business
throwing off $500/mo. How long do you want to take to
do your 1,000 shows?
At 1/day, it’ll be about three years. At 5/day, it will be
200 days. So YOU decide how long you want it to take.
18 years later, what Paula Pritchard told me is still true:
The money’s in the show.