Sunday, August 12, 2018

Zdanis USANA Team Top Income Earners for the Week ending 08.10.2018


Congratulations and THANK YOU to the Following Loyal USANA Team Members!
      
  
Zdanis USANA Team Top Income Earners for the Week ending 08.10.2018

1, Bruce Pierce, Tempe, AZ, US
2, Bob Shehan, El Paso, TX, US
3, Richard Cameron, Langton, ON, CA
4, Dr. Gary Young, Hartsdale, NY, US
5, Norm Bryant, Albuquerque, NM, US
6, Carlos Landin Jr., El Paso, TX, US
7, John Chan, Doylestown, PA, US
8, Irma Aragon, Little Elm, TX, US
9, Dr. Phillip Madison, Cocoa Beach, FL, US
10, Ruth Kohake, Cincinnati, OH, US
11, James F Rovegno, Chautauqua, NY, US
12, Dr. Chuck Misja, Hudson, OH, US
13, Bradley Guile, El Paso, TX, US
14, Robin Thomas, Chapel Hill, NC, US
15, Tom Madison, Alexandria, VA, US
16, Sandy McDonald, Hamilton, ON, CA
17, Sandy Holcomb, Durham, NC, US
18, Pauline Puzynska, Langton, ON, CA
19, Wendy Murakami, Monson, MA, US
20, Andrew Kissinger, Schertz, TX, US
21, Elizabeth Pasquale, Ossining, NY, US
22, Shay Stockdill, Anaheim, CA, US
23, Kristina Thorpe, Dunn Loring, VA, US
24, Judy Adams, Portland, TX, US
25, Cliff Norton, Ojai, CA, US
26, Marilyn Grubbs, Carrboro, NC, US
27, Yvonne Acosta, El Paso, TX, US
28, Randolph Aguado, Frederick, MD, US
29, Robyn Burke, Madison, VA, US
30, Susan Guile, El Paso, TX, US
31, Evelyn Bristol, Ludlow, MA, US
32, Daniela Tedesco-Stranges, Brantford, ON, CA
33, Robert Nanney, Olympia, WA, US
34, Patricia Wuertzer, Kirkland, WA, US
35, Kevin Murphy, Grimsby, ON, CA
36, Pamela Noble, Great Falls, MT, US
37, Carolyn Bush, Mountain View, CA, US
38, John Mansfield, Kirkland, WA, US
39, Michael Allgeier, Erie, PA, US
40, Jacquelyn Hughes, Bradenton, FL, US
41, Louis Filippo, Bedford Hills, NY, US
42, Linda Murphy, Grimsby, ON, CA
43, Bettina Wittemeier, Toronto, ON, CA
44, Rocky Starr, Mesquite, TX, US
45, Lynn Kimbrough, Arvada, CO, US
46, Susan Conover, Lubbock, TX, US
47, Todd Stoutenborough, Ashland, OR, US
48, Patrick Freeman, El Paso, TX, US

Pete & Dora Zdanis

Philadelphia, PA, US
Voice/Text: 610-316-8637

Thursday, August 9, 2018

What Should I say to Strangers? (And Other Questions)




One of the most common questions we get from new distributors is, "What should I say to strangers?"

We can begin by saying, "Hi." If we say "hi" to someone, they normally say "hi" back. Then, if we pause one second, the stranger takes over the conversation. This is their chance to talk at us. They love having an audience.

When we meet strangers, we want them to like us. One of the easiest ways to do this is to allow them to talk about their favorite subject: themselves. Being a good listener is easy. We don't have to worry about being interesting.

Everyone wants a friend that listens. :)

So what do we say to strangers? It is not so much what we say; the secret is to listen.

Also: - Read their minds.

Prospects love to talk about their problems. 

It must be human nature. People love to complain and let others know how much they suffer in their lives.

When our prospects complain, they tell us exactly what problems they have in their lives. All we have to do is check with them to see if they want to solve these problems now.

When we start talking about our prospects’ problems, they feel that we are mind-readers. 

They feel a connection and we build stronger rapport. This makes it easier to communicate our solutions.

Tom "Big Al" Schrieter - www.fortunenow.com 






Saturday, August 4, 2018

Zdanis USANA Team Top Income Earners for the Week ending 08.03.2018


Congratulations and THANK YOU to the Following Loyal USANA Team Members!

1, Bruce Pierce, Tempe, AZ, US
2, Bob Shehan, El Paso, TX, US
3, Richard Cameron, Langton, ON, CA
4, Norm Bryant, Albuquerque, NM, US
5, Robin Thomas, Chapel Hill, NC, US
6, Sandy Holcomb, Durham, NC, US
7, Dr. Gary Young, Hartsdale, NY, US
8, John Chan, Doylestown, PA, US
9, Dr. Chuck Misja, Hudson, OH, US
10, Yvonne Acosta, El Paso, TX, US
11, Cliff Norton, Ojai, CA, US
12, Margo Scott, Wake Forest, NC, US
13, Ruth Kohake, Cincinnati, OH, US
14, Carlos Landin Jr., El Paso, TX, US
15, Shirlene Cecile, Mariposa, CA, US
16, Tom Madison, Alexandria, VA, US
17, Wendy Murakami, Monson, MA, US
18, Chatral A'dze, Livingston Manor, NY, US
19, Bradley Guile, El Paso, TX, US
20, Kristina Thorpe, Dunn Loring, VA, US
21, Todd Stoutenborough, Ashland, OR, US
22, Sandy McDonald, Hamilton, ON, CA
23, Julianne Koritz, Highland Beach, FL, US
24, Nathan Madrid, Fayetteville, AR, US
25, Stephanie Wittemeier, West Hill, ON, CA
26, Carolyn Bush, Mountain View, CA, US
27, Dan Chorny, Overland Park, KS, US
28, Marci Smith, Springfield, PA, US
29, Shay Stockdill, Anaheim, CA, US
30, Linda Murphy, Grimsby, ON, CA
31, Jeffrey Van Tassel, Dover Plains, NY, US
32, Dr. Joel Young, Garland, TX, US
33, Monica Boes, Norton Shores, MI, US
34, Irma Aragon, Little Elm, TX, US
35, Dr. Phillip Madison, Cocoa Beach, FL, US
36, Susan Conover, Lubbock, TX, US
37, Robert Martin, Spring Lake, MI, US
38, Pauline Puzynska, Langton, ON, CA
39, Andrew Kissinger, Schertz, TX, US
40, Rick Bischoff, Albuquerque, NM, US
41, Velma Grose, Chapel Hill, NC, US
42, Christopher Welsh, Hamilton, ON, CA
43, Cheree Hanson, Barboursville, VA, US
44, Evelyn DeKleine, Hamilton, ON, CA
45, Christina Blanco, El Paso, TX, US

Pete & Dora Zdanis

Philadelphia, PA, US
Voice/Text: 610-316-8637

Thursday, August 2, 2018

Nuggets of Network Marketing Wisdom from Big Al


Why don’t our prospects use their free will?

Because they are busy. The conscious mind can only work with one thought at a time. That means everything else humans do must be automatic. That is why we have subconscious minds. 

Our subconscious minds have millions of automatic programs that do things so we don’t have to think about them. For instance, we don’t have to decide how to walk, when to make our hearts beat again, to not pay attention to boring details, etc.

So when we talk to prospects, their automatic programs take over. If we say "hi" ... they tend to say "hi" back to us. If we smile, they smile back. It we are rude, pushy, and mean, our prospects react accordingly.

This means that the people we meet simply react to us. 

Don’t like the way our prospects behave? Then all we have to do is change what we do, and our prospects will behave differently.

Our new distributor comes to us and says, "All my prospects were negative." Hmmm. I wonder who those prospects were reacting to?

We have to take personal responsibility for our prospects’ behavior. If they are skeptical, then what did we do to cause that?

Once we realize we can control our prospects’ behavior by changing our actions, sponsoring gets easy. 



Questions are good.

Try asking this question at the appropriate time:

"So if you don’t start a part-time business, then what will happen?"

This gives our prospects a chance to think of all the bad things that will happen if they don’t get some extra money in the near future. Once they see this grim picture, they become more open-minded about our opportunity. 

Instead of looking for reasons why our business won’t work, they start looking for reasons our business will work for them.


Tom "Big Al" Schreiter