Friday, March 5, 2010

Having trouble setting appointments to make a presentation?

Great message I picked up from Candice on Face boo this morning...Enjoy!

Do you wonder why getting time for presentations is so hard?

In 1959, there were no:

* cell phones
* text messages
* cable television channels
* email addresses
* Facebook pages
* after-school activities.

So if you asked someone,

"Can I give you a 30-minute presentation about my new business opportunity?"

They would reply:

"Woo-hoo! Entertainment!"

Because there wasn't anything to do in 1959.

But what year is it now?


In 2010, prospects have:

* cell phones
* text messages
* cable television channels
* email addresses
* Facebook pages
* and hundreds of after-school activities.

Yes, prospects are very busy in 2010.

And if we are still trying to give 30-minute presentations now, we are trying to do business in 2010 with ancient 1959 dinosaur techniques. And we will end up extinct, just like the dinosaurs.

We are swimming uphill.

What can we do?

For today's world, we want to learn how to give a complete and total presentation in one minute.

Then, at the end of our one-minute presentation, the prospect can make an immediate decision. We save time. The prospect saves time.

But what's more important is that, even if our presentation is only one minute, what is our prospect thinking at the end of one minute?

"I can do this!"

The biggest reason prospects don't join is because they can't see themselves doing our business. The one-minute presentation solves that roadblock.

Give it a try. You'll never go back.

And if you don't know how to give a one-minute presentation, you can learn.

For help on your skills, click here:

To Your Success,

Candace Northington
206.202.0815 anytime
Skype: candace.northington