What is the secret to hearing YES more often from potential affiliates? The answer is surprisingly simple and I share it in today’s video:
In this video, I share why you don’t hear YES more often and how to fix that. I also share the formula I follow to hear YES from more potential affiliates.
One of the biggest problems I’ve experienced with affiliates is getting them to fully commit to a promotion. Sure, they say they’ll promote, but when the time comes to send an email, they are nowhere to be found. Today’s video shows you how to get your affiliates to fully commit to promoting your launch.
Getting affiliates to fully commit is all about utilizing the principles of commitment and consistency that Robert Cialdini talks about in his book Influence (a must read for any marketer by the way).
How often do you negotiate each day? Odds are, you are negotiating all day long. Whether it’s negotiating your salary, a large purchase, a decision at work, where to go to lunch or convincing your child to do their chores. We negotiate all day long. Today’s guests will help you get the most of the negotiations you find yourself in.
About Today’s Guests
Margaret Neale is an Adams Distinguished Professor of Management at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University, where her research focuses primarily on negotiating and team performance. She is the author of over 70 articles on the topics of bargaining and negotiating and is the coauthor of three books.
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There is more to the fish parable than just giving and teaching.
You know the saying:
Give a man a fish and he’ll eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he’ll eat for a lifetime.
But there is more to it than that.
If you only teach a man to fish, he’ll soon grow tired of fish. Eventually he might grow so sick of it, that he will no longer eat. And he will die of starvation.
Teach a man to sell fish and he’ll feed the world and enjoy a variety of foods with the profit.
Yes, teach a person to sell and they can do nearly anything. And yet, our schools teach nothing of the sort. So it’s on you and me to teach these skills to the ones we care about.
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It all started with a $20 bill.
That’s all it took to change me.
Perhaps you read my previous post, Act as If, in which I told you that in order to be anything, do anything, or have anything, the first step is to act as if you already are that person, are doing that thing, or have whatever you want. Perhaps you completely agreed with it. Or perhaps you thought it was mumbo jumbo.
Either way, did you know that it is 100% backed by scientific research?
In the back of my mind I did, but even I had forgotten about the principle of consistency when I wrote that post.
“He made me feel like I was the only one in the room.”
Like him or not, Bill Clinton had a special gift. He was renowned for his ability to make people feel special. He had a unique ability to make one person in a room of 500 feel like the only one who mattered. And then he would make the next person feel the same way…and the next…and the next.