Facing The Giants

Saturday, April 17, 2010


This is something that I need to get out to all my contacts as quickly
as I can so that you can get your position locked in.

No this is not any kind of matrix or any garbage like that.
Go to  http://www.livesmart360.com/cvallee45#liveSmartHomePage and
and click join. 

Make sure it says your host is Charles Vallee


Here are empowering questions you can ask when you find yourself in a mess. Or vary the questions to assist others in asking for more meaningful information:
What can I learn from this? How have I benefitted from this so far? Who else has benefitted from this? What conditions allowed this situation?
And then:
Am I ready for a different situation? What do I want to bring into my life? What can I do now to change this?
Such questions as these are far more uplifting and encouraging than "Who did what?" Or, "How did I get into this mess?" Or, "Why did this happen?" Of course, there may be times we must also ask and answer questions such as these, but they tend to blame rather than empower. It is helpful to distinguish between empowering and disempowering questions.

Ten Things to Say or Do When a Prospective Customer Says No

Clarify the No. 

"Is that no right now, no forever, or no I don't like you?"

Identify the No. 

"Most people say no to this product/service at first. Would you tell me which part you are saying no to?" 

Accept the No.

"I understand completely. It worth thinking about first."

Keep talking/listening. 

"I accept your No, Bob. But can we discuss it/keep talking about you?"

Ask a thinking question. 

"Would you tell me where you want to be financially in 10 years, Bob?"

Ask an empathy question. 

"Is it the price, Bob?

Ask a trick question.