I don’t know the secret of “natural” attraction, but I certainly can create attraction.
You don’t have to be charismatic, brave, a superstar, or a magician to attract people to you. That’s great, because I am none of those.
Want to attract people and prospects? Here are two ways.
1. Use something out of the ordinary. People lead boring lives. If you have a Chevy Lumina Stretch Limousine, you will attract all the people you want. Here is a picture of this “one of a kind” vehicle.
My friend, Aaron, bought this vehicle from Tim Rose. Both report that everyone who sees the vehicle wants to rent it, or at least start a conversation.
Maybe your product or opportunity lends itself to the extraordinary. If not, get a unique attraction magnet like the Chevy Lumina Stretch Limousine.
2. Attract people by having what they want. Having what people need is boring. People need insurance, mortgage money, food, cars … but that won’t motivate them to contact you. If you have what they want, people will come and stand in line.
Here is an example.
People need to see a dentist to get their teeth cleaned. No excitement in that.
But if you have a toothache, you will beg for an appointment and never negotiate the price because you desperately want to get rid of the pain.
People want a once-in-a-lifetime vacation, the dream car, to be debt-free, the chance to attend the Oscars, and to stay home with their family and have the life they dreamed about in high school.
If you have these things, people will be attracted to you. So do you have a solution that can get these things that people want?
If you do, all you have to do is attract all the prospects you want to your solution by using sound bites, magic sequences of words, word pictures and medium- to high-level communication skills.
You don’t have to have “natural attraction” – you can create it. 🙂
Tom “Big Al” Schreiter has 40+ years of experience in network marketing and MLM. As the author of the original “Big Al” training books in the late ‘70s, he has continued to speak in over 80 countries on using the exact words and phrases to get prospects to open up their minds and say “YES.”