Find Your Team Without Being “That Person.”

We can find our team without being “that person.”

You know “that person”.

The person who ambushes friends to get them to a home meeting.

The one who calls family and friends over and over with each new “exciting” announcement.

I didn’t want to be “that person” and yet the training I got from my up line made me feel like I was “that person.”

I remembered when I got an invitation to see a “project” an acquaintance said would interest me.

I found myself in a living room with other people I didn’t know. We were all asked to share our hopes and dreams.

It seems like it took an hour. Finally – we learned that we were being introduced to a network marketing opportunity.

I was fuming.

I felt used, deceived, angry.

I never wanted to see that man again. I lost respect for him. He was not honest about what he invited me to.

And I never, never wanted to be “that person.”

The Seven Principles of Ethical Persuasion

. . . while humans have sophisticated hardware between our ears (especially in comparison to a turkey), we also have a number of innate psychological triggers that profoundly influence our thinking and well-being.

…often without our knowledge or consent!

Which, in many instances, is a wonderful thing (like in the case of humor).

And let’s be honest…

People often need a firm nudge to act in their own best self-interest.
Think diet and exercise, for instance.