Eric Worre’s GoPro Recruiting Mastery Convention in Las Vegas had Lisa Grossman. She’s been around our profession for many years and has earned the respect and admiration from people from all over the world and all manner of businesses. She says we have 3 jobs to do: Ask Questions, Listen, and Tell Stories. Everything else gets in the way. We can’t help anyone if we don’t know what is wrong and we can’t know what is wrong if we don’t listen to them. Telling stories shares with others what our company and team can do for them. It’s opens them up to a new possibility.
BrownSupport.com Ep 62. Convention Highlights: Tiffaney Mallot on Baggage. We have to get rid of the baggage we bring over from our past. The baggage of Hate, Envy, Fear, Shame, even our Family can be the baggage that stops us from giving our 100% to building and finding out success. Work to detach our Emotions from your system. It can be the key needed to propel you forward. As always, Eric Worre brought together an amazing group of speakers and Tiffaney Mallot is one of the best.
This is the overview for part of what Eric Worre taught in his section of the GoPro Recruiting Mastery Event held at the Mirage a few weeks ago. These are his 3 Steps to Building Confidence.
1. Understanding. This is the Validation we need to believe in our company and in our Profession.
2. Skills. These are the activities of talking to people, presenting, following up, and getting others starting. Learn them and your confidence goes up and builds Posture.
3. Programming. We all have either Good Programming or Bad Programming. Good Programming is when we Unlimited Belief in who we are and what we have. Bad Programming is the Self-limiting beliefs that tell ourselves we aren’t good enough or no one wants to follow us.
We can all have confidence: Build your Understanding, Learn the Skills, and Get thru the Bad programming.
Everyone, I am back from Eric Worre’s GoPro Network Marketing Recruiting Mastery Event that took place last week at the Mirage in Las Vegas. We had a wonderful time and an amazing learning experience. In the days to come, I’m going to high light a speaker and share with you what I’ve learned and what knowledge was passed down. Each speaker brought with them ideas and concepts to help us grow and broaden out possibilities.
Greetings to my old and new readers. Today is a fun day…My first video is up and running and already getting good responses from Facebook and YouTube. I’ll be honest, I was a bit nervous and it took me 5 tries to get it going, but I did it and I’ll do more. The production costs are zero and it will be fun.
I was very inspired by my trip to Eric Worre’s GoPro Recruiting Event the first week of Dec. So, watching him and Ray Higdon on their respective sites give advice on videos, I decided to expand and attempt the same. I’ve always been the helping type and I’ve found myself in a profession that allows me to help and teach others to grow and develop on a personal and financial level.
Don’t think for a second I’ll be as good as them, but they set a wonderful example for me to strive for. My goal…be better today, than I was yesterday. And as Jarrod Wilkins said, Greatness costs what it costs and I advise you to check out his speech at the GoPro Event.