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|Your Approach Can Influence Your Success
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When trying to find people to join with you in an opportunity or buy your products, be careful not to mislead people concerning any information about that item or opportunity.
Make sure to be honest, truthful, as correct as possible concerning any details relating to your product/opportunity and do not try to talk them into something that you can tell that they either are not interested in or you know that it would not even be beneficial to them and their situation.
This would be considered unethical. A good reputation takes a long time to build. But, you can lose it in a moment.
Most of us like to return favors, pay back debts, and treat others as they treat us. This is because we're uncomfortable with feeling indebted to them.
2. Commitment (and Consistency)
Most of us have a deep desire to be consistent. Once we've committed to something, we're then more inclined to go through with it.
3. Social Proof
Most of us feel more comfortable doing or being involved with something when we see that there are a lot of other people doing it. It's that "safety in numbers" thing.
This may be due to the fact that we are uncertain with the issue or maybe it is because we assume if others are doing it, then it must be okay.
If we feel comfortable and have a feeling of trust for someone, then it seems to be easier to join and be involved with that person. People like to be involved with people who are similar or seem to think like themselves.
Most people look up to and perform better for people in positions of authority. However, this does not apply to everyone's personality and will also have a lot to do on how that person in authority carries out their role. A person in authority must be able to handle their "leadership" role correctly, or it could backfire on them and actually turn their "followers" against them.
Sometimes when there seems to be a "limited period of availability" on items or opportunities, this may create a sense of urgency in getting involved in what we feel we may lose out on if we don't take immediate action.
Sometimes when getting people to join or buy from you, it may seem to take forever or take a lot of effort on your part to keep promoting and finding people who may be interested or even be the right person to buy that product or join that opportunity that you have to offer.
However, if you happen to have the right product, the right opportunity, at the right time and place, then everything will just seem to fall so nicely right into place.
Sometimes things may move a little slower than you think they should, however, as long as you don't let up using all the correct tools and information that you received when you were first learning and joining or buying into that opportunity, then there will be nothing else to do but keep duplicating what was taught to you and let the cards fall where they may.
Keep your foot on the gas pedal, keep the momentum going, treat people as you want to be treated and be yourself.
Most people seem to have a natural gut feeling when it comes to how people speak to them. Whether over the phone or face to face, there just seems to sometimes be something that you hear in a persons voice that will either make you comfortable and begin to trust what they are saying right off the bat, or there could be something in their tone or how they said something that will automatically send your "bells and whistles" to blaring.
Again, to create your own "following" you will need to build your reputation and gain the trust of the people that join with you. If done correctly, one day you will be able to sit back, see the people with whom trusted and believed in you; they will be out there duplicating what you taught them, and that is an achievement that you should feel very proud of.
The Six Principles of Influence (also known as the Six Weapons of Influence) was created by Robert Cialdini
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(so that they can go out and duplicate what you have shown them)
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