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Do people see you as a Professional or an Amateur?

3 Jun

So you started a catering business and your excited. Maybe you started selling life insurance. Or maybe you’re taking your first crack at an MLM. No matter your story, you’re excited. You’re on fire to blaze a trail and not only make money but see the world and spend more time with your family. Success is a sure thing as long as you follow through. And you have set the steps in motion. Your auto-ship is set so you meet your reqs, and you have your warm market list ready as well as a strategy to force yourself to talk to 5 ppl a day you’ve never met.
Awesome. You’re on the right path. You even read my thoughts on consistency. So you’re even inspired!
But are you seen as PROFESSIONAL?
Do you ooze Professionalism?
When people meet you are they blown away by the air of professionalism you exude or do they see the neighborhood goof?
Do you reek of AMATEUR?
Are you the guy people seek out for advice or the one they see leaving happy hour everyday?
You see we all have friends, and we all want to be Capt. Cool. In business however that isn’t enough. Being amiable- smart. Being convivial-sure why not.
PROFESSIONAL- necessity.
You see people have no need of you or your service and or products if they see you as an amateur. Have you thought about it? Hope so. A goof is a good guy, but he rarely makes it to seven or even eight figure income in his own business. People will listen to a professional. Think of Warren Buffet. He’s an old man, great smile, perceived as gentle and amiable. Yet a meal with him is two million plus on ebay. You see when you are a Professional- people will pony up the dough instead of simply paying you lip service.
The local banker is always sharp. He helps his neighbors and is a community leader.
So let’s build off of that small example and list the traits, concepts, and simple solutions to make sure your opportunity, and more importantly you are seen as a quality/
professional.

-First: are you well groomed? A small step but vastly important. People take a look at you and make a judgment instantaneously. Your hair, teeth, nails, and clothing should be ‘dressed to kill’. Shave regularly, whiten your teeth if needed. And remember the iron is your friend.

-Second: do you spend all day playing play-station 3 and talking trash online? If you do odds are if you approached me to join your venture I’d say cool but no thanks. People will listen, and- and join, if you are who they see in themselves. And if they see a businessman they will join. My point: be careful what you broadcast about yourself. Be you, no question- but talk smart and always size up your prey and your competition.

-Third: are you a timely person? Being on time is 90% of everything. If you are always late, you aren’t serious. Sorry. FACT. I won’t do business with someone who’s always ‘tardy for the party’. And business is more important that the party. Now I’m doing a play on words based on a Bravo tv show, but you get the point. On time is five minute early. And when that is your mantra it will show and build your business as well. If you can’t be late for work, how much more important is it to be ON TIME in your OWN business???????

Fourth: are you the gossip hound and facebook fiend? Great fun but a bad reputation is your reward. People may like gossip but no one trusts the gossiper. And guess what? That means the gossiper never makes money! Close your mouth. Smile more and talk less if need be. And on social media- guard your words and thoughts. It isn’t just gossip. The girl spending all day bragging, or gaming on farmville- yeah, I don’t join her juice venture or recommend
My friends and family to her. Side note- don’t blast your business all day everyday on your fb and twitter etc. There are social media marketing strategies that work- and that’s not one. (Need one? Send me a message for free help or paid-for high power stuff.).

Fifth and final: professionals exude professionalism. When they meet strangers, it is known that they are the real thing. When they talk, EVERYONE listens. And what’s more, they don’t close 100% of the time. BUT, they plant a lot more seeds, and hook a lot more fish than capt cool does. You see the Fonz, his cool works based on his rep (more on that later). He put the work in. He did the deed. And look back at that show. He was always on time. Always there when he was needed. He was well groomed and had great teeth. The Fonz was the epitome of cool- But also a good example of what you should be.

This is your business and its results are predicated solely on your actions and demeanor.
A famous person once said “The harder I work, the more luck I seem to have.”
Think about that. Apply it, and make your dreams and goals your REALITY!

Questions?
Thoughts?
Concerns?
Looking for an opportunity?
A mentor?
Marketing help?

Let’s chat.
Changeinadvance@gmail.com
@changeinadvance
Or simply reply to this email.

“Men do less than they ought, unless they do all they can.”~ Thomas Carlyle

Do people see you as a Professional or an Amateur?

2 Jun

So you started a catering business and your excited. Maybe you started selling life insurance. Or maybe you’re taking your first crack at an MLM. No matter your story, you’re excited. You’re on fire to blaze a trail and not only make money but see the world and spend more time with your family. Success is a sure thing as long as you follow through. And you have set the steps in motion. Your auto-ship is set so you meet your reqs, and you have your warm market list ready as well as a strategy to force yourself to talk to 5 ppl a day you’ve never met.
Awesome. You’re on the right path. You even read my thoughts on consistency. So you’re even inspired!
But are you seen as PROFESSIONAL?
Do you ooze Professionalism?
When people meet you are they blown away by the air of professionalism you exude or do they see the neighborhood goof?
Do you reek of AMATEUR?
Are you the guy people seek out for advice or the one they see leaving happy hour everyday?
You see we all have friends, and we all want to be Capt. Cool. In business however that isn’t enough. Being amiable- smart. Being convivial-sure why not.
PROFESSIONAL- necessity.
You see people have no need of you or your service and or products if they see you as an amateur. Have you thought about it? Hope so. A goof is a good guy, but he rarely makes it to seven or even eight figure income in his own business. People will listen to a professional. Think of Warren Buffet. He’s an old man, great smile, perceived as gentle and amiable. Yet a meal with him is two million plus on ebay. You see when you are a Professional- people will pony up the dough instead of simply playing you lip service.
The local banker is always sharp. He helps his neighbors and is a community leader.
So let’s build off of that small example and list the traits, concepts, and simple solutions to make sure your opportunity, and more importantly you are seen as a quality/
professional.

-First: are you well groomed? A small step but vastly important. People take a look at you and make a judgment instantaneously. Your hair, teeth, nails, and clothing should be ‘dressed to kill’. Shave regularly, whiten your teeth if needed. And remember the iron is your friend.

-Second: do you spend all day playing play-station 3 and talking trash online? If you do odds are if you approached me to join your venture I’d say cool but no thanks. People will listen, and- and join, if you are who they see in themselves. And if they see a businessman they will join. My point: be careful what you broadcast about yourself. Be you, no question- but talk smart and always size up your prey and your competition.

-Third: are you a timely person? Being on time is 90% of everything. If you are always late, you aren’t serious. Sorry. FACT. I won’t do business with someone who’s always ‘tardy for the party’. And business is more important that the party. Now I’m doing a play on words based on a Bravo tv show, but you get the point. On time is five minute early. And when that is your mantra it will show and build your business as well. If you can’t be late for work, how much more important is it to be ON TIME in your OWN business???????

Fourth: are you the gossip hound and facebook fiend? Great fun but a bad reputation is your reward. People may like gossip but no one trusts the gossiper. And guess what? That means the gossiper never makes money! Close your mouth. Smile more and talk less if need be. And on social media- guard your words and thoughts. It isn’t just gossip. The girl spending all day bragging, or gaming on farmville- yeah, I don’t join her juice venture or recommend
My friends and family to her. Side note- don’t blast your business all day everyday on your fb and twitter etc. There are social media marketing strategies that work- and that’s not one. (Need one? Send me a message for free help or paid for high power stuff.).

Fifth and final: professionals exude professionalism. When they meet strangers, it is known that they are the real thing. When they talk, EVERYONE listens. And what’s more, they don’t close 100% of the time. BUT, they plant a lot more seeds, and hook a lot more fish than capt cool does. You see the Fonz, his cool works based on his rep (more on that later). He put the work in. He did the deed. And look back at that show. He was always on time. Always there when he was needed. He was well groomed and had great teeth. The Fonz was the epitome of cool- But also a good example of what you should be.

This is your business and its results are predicated solely on your actions and demeanor.
A famous person once said “The harder I work, the more luck I seem to have.”
Think about that. Apply it, and make your dreams and goals your REALITY!

Questions?
Thoughts?
Concerns?
Looking for an opportunity?
A mentor?
Marketing help?

Let’s chat.
Changeinadvance@gmail.com
@changeinadvance
Or simply reply to this email.

“Men do less than they ought, unless they do all they can.”~ Thomas Carlyle

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