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Who’s Your Mentor?

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Who’s Your Mentor?
One of my mentors, Armand Morin has a saying, ” Success Leaves Traces”. Consider basket ball great Lebron James, UFC Champion Randy Couture, and Tennis MasterRodger Federrer. What do they all have in common?

They all have a mentor and or a coach. Think about it, the guys that are the best in the world at what they do, still have a coach.  They know and understand the principle, “Success Leaves Traces”.

John Childers, another great marketer use to talk about going through mine field. He would ask his students, “What’s the best way to get thru a mine field?’  He’d respond, “Follow in the exact foot steps of the person ahead of you that has already made it through.

Now let’s look at your business…
Who is mentoring you through your marketing mine field?
Who is mentoring you through your sales process?
Who is mentoring you through your cash flow issues?

Bottom Line…
You need a coach.
Nobody succeeds by themself! We all need help. We all need a coach. We all need a mentor.

This past weekend I spent 3 days with my Marketing Mentor Armand Morin and a group of his inner cirlce members. I was in a room with the best internet marketers in the world. 

Yes I made some new friends, which I am very happy and excited about. Yes, I learned some new information.   But one of the things that happen for me was, I got every one of my questions answered.

Imagine getting all your marketing questions answered and knowing exactly what your next steps will be. It’s a little late and I’m tired but wanted to make a quick post.

Remember” Success Leaves Traces“…And your fastest way through any mine field is by having a mentor!

To Your Success,
Robby LeBlanc

Selling With Conviction

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During every sales process someone gets sold: 
1.
The Salesman wants a YES or…
2. The Customer says NO.

Bottom line, someone gets sold.

Every sales training I have even seen or studied talks about the assumed close. Act as if they are going to say YES even if they don’t fully believe it. 

The real power of the assumed close as a salesperson is belief. For this to work at the highest level, it’s critical that you have 100% conviction about the product and what it can do for your customer. 

About 4 years ago, Vickie’s grandson who was then 5 yrs. old, did the perfect assumed sale on Vickie and me…

It was Easter Sunday and I gave Vickie a HUGE Easter Basket that stood about 3 feet tall. It had multiple chocolate bunnys, jelly beans, CDs, and a whole bunch of other cool stuff. It was beautiful!

The next day her grandson came by to visit us. He walked in the house, turned the corner into the dining room and saw this magnificent Easter Basket. His face lit up and he yelled with Conviction, Joy and Total Commitment…

“THANK YOU VICKIE!”

In that moment we realized he thought that basket was for him! We didn’t have the heart to tell him is was for Vickie. His total assumtive sales technique sold us and he went home with the Easter Basket.

So remember, your belief is EVERYTHING!

Have a Great Day,
Robby LeBlanc