When I teach “The Magic Sequences of Words,” I not only show how “good sequences” go directly to the decision center of the mind, but how “bad sequences” go there also.
Want some examples of “bad sequences” that kill our business?
Just think of how the decision center of your mind reacts to these sequences:
“I have a ground-floor opportunity … ”
“Would you be interested in … ”
“Opportunity meeting … ”
“I am looking for a partner in this area … ”
“Have you considered a Plan B … ”
Not pretty, is it?
So review the words and industry phrases that you are using now in conversation. Are they serving you, or are they turning your prospects against you?