If our relatives, friends, co-workers and strangers all hate what we are saying, we don't need new people to ruin. We need to change what we say.
So ask yourself,
"Exactly what do I say in the first few sentences?"
Write this down word-for-word.
I find that most distributors can't write down word-for-word exactly what they say. Instead, they just babble whatever seems right at the time, whatever comes to mind.
How can we train and duplicate in our downline if we can't write down, word-for-word, exactly what to say in the first few sentences?
Now, most distributors reading this will continue to stick their heads in the sand and avoid writing down these sentences. And this is where the giant disconnect occurs.
Because how often will we need these exact first sentences?
It is not like this is going to sneak up on us. Every time we will have to start with some interesting first sentences.
So go ahead. Write down word-for-word the exact first sentences you want your downline to use when they talk to prospects.