The 45 Second Presentation That Will Change Your Life (30th Anniversary Edition)
Years ago Don Failla found himself spending hours explaining to new prospects the success principles behind network marketing and teaching them how they could become successful simply by teaching others the same. To teach these principles he used what he called Napkin Presentations that significantly decreased the amount of time it took to teach these basic principles, but it was still a long process. Perhaps even more importantly is that it was not very duplicable; not all of his prospects could talk through these presentations as easily as him and Nancy. Looking for a better way to build, in 1981 Don penned to paper his now famous ten Napkin Presentations in the networking best-seller now known as The 45 Second Presentation That Will Change Your Life. This 30th Anniversary Edition of Don's best-seller clearly explains timeless networking success principles like: the power of duplication, where you should be spending your time, inviting, handling objections, the Four Things You Have to Do, and much more, in easy to understand Napkin Presentations. In addition Don has added two new chapters to this book: Vision for Lifestyle and Leadership, and Let the Tools Do the Talking. These two new chapters position you and your prospects for success by not only teaching you to have the vision but also to take advantage of tools to leverage your time and produce results. Don is famous for such household word phrases as Own Your Life, Ask Me How, Sizzle Sessions and of course The 45 Second Presentation which is the core behind his system and can be found on the first page of this book. BONUS: As an added bonus in this Anniversary Edition you will get the exclusive CD How to Build Your Business Using the 45 Second Presentation by Don & Nancy Failla. Don & Nancy have an organization of 800,000 and growing. Nearly 98% of them can be traced back to 4 original prospects. This CD explains how they built this MASSIVE organization and how you can too. This CD is exclusively available in the Anniversary Edition and is a must have for anyone looking to build a large, successful organization.
Required Reading for Network Marketing
By Phoenix Rising "Global Citizen" - April 15, 2006
This book explains the concept of building a network of consumers to build wealth. It clearly demonstrates why no selling is needed and is absolutely essential for anyone that is serious about building a large team. Please note that there are two editions of this book. One is riddled with typos and has been slammed in other reviews. The ISBN for the typo filled edition is 1587217899. The ISBN for the corrected edition is 1887938958. This is the one you want to buy. I agree with another reviewer that giving the wrong edition could undermine your credibility. That's why I've included both numbers so that there is no mistake when ordering. Make sure you are ordering 1887938958 and you'll have no problems.
Excellent Network Market Presentation Tool
By avid book fan - August 30, 2005
I highly recommend this book for anyone looking to build a network marketing business or thinking of starting one. I have used these presentations and have been successfully building my network. They break down how to present in short, easy slices.
Decent ideas riddled with typographical errors
By Casey Walton - October 21, 2005
I read this book in an earlier edition borrowed from a friend. I ordered it with the intent of sharing it with people. When I received my own copy from Amazon, I realized that to lend it out would seriously undermine my credibility. Here's why: almost every page has a distracting typo, including the back cover. Although the content of the book is arguably sound, the extensive typos in this printing compromise the message to the extent that the book is virtually useless. In network marketing, where the all-important goal is to establish the legitimacy of the industry and raise the level of respect for the companies and people involved, a book which creates the opposite effect should be avoided.
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