Part 2 of 2: Marketing Notes That Reveal Why Your Business Has More In Common With An Escort Service Than You Think It Does

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Full Frontal Notes That Undress Small Business Marketing Strategies That Dan Kennedy Uncovered While Interviewing The Mayflower Madam – Sidney Biddle Barrows

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Not all escorts/products/services are perfect. See how to work around this issue

 

It’s Lewis a.k.a. Nerd #2 a.k.a. L.L. Cool Nerd.

Today I’m back with even more stealth secrets from the billion dollar sex industry (If you missed Part 1 click here to see it). And we’ll let the wisdom start flowing with this point here . . .

One of the tactics that salespeople and marketers can and should use to establish trust more quickly is “the damaging admission.”

It’s admitting that no product or service is perfect.

It’s identifying a small flaw in what you do, before highlighting – or during highlighting – all of the wonderful benefits of what you do. It makes you much more believable, and hence establishes trust much more quickly

Some salespeople are terrified of being completely truthful, but in reality, it’s one of the most powerful sales techniques, because it immediately creates trust

Here’s exactly what Sydney has to say about how she used this in her escort service . . .

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Marketing Notes That Reveal Why Your Business Has More In Common With An Escort Service Than You Think It Does

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Full Frontal Notes That Undress Small Business Marketing Strategies That Dan Kennedy Uncovered While Interviewing The Mayflower Madam – Sidney Biddle Barrows

Hey You,

This primal urge business has a lot of gifts to shower you with

 

It’s Lewis a.k.a. Nerd #2 a.k.a. L.L. Cool Nerd.

Most business owners erroneously think that the core product or service is the most important thing. More often than not, it is far from the top of the list.

The relationship between the business owner and client is much more important in many cases. Certainly the benefit to the end user is far more important to them than whatever your product or service is. They don’t care how you do it; they care what they get out of it.

For a very graphic example of this, consider that an escort service would have young ladies out for many hours of an evening, but they’d actually only end up having about seven minutes of sex.

But here’s the kicker:

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Follow These 12 Rules For Presenting Or Else . . .

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Hey You,

Resistance is futile when you follow these 12 rules

 

It’s Lewis aka Nerd #2 aka L.L. Cool Nerd.

Today you and are going to look at small business marketing strategies that allow your prospects to give you their full attention when presenting to them in person, over the phone, on a webinar, or a training video.

For years now, people have paid Jay Abraham and Chet Holmes thousands and thousands of dollars to learn this info either when they went to the PEQ (Performance Enhancement Quotient) seminar or when they bought the home study.

So pay close attention and you’ll see the twelve rules Chet Holmes followed to grab the eyeballs of Charlie Munger (2nd in command to one of the richest men alive, Warren Buffet) and Jay Abraham and Tony Robbins in order to keep them riveted while presenting his employment or joint venture offer to them.

Following these 12 rules just in those three presentations he did to those men above have led to him doing doubling the sales for Charlie Munger’s company, co-hosting several ultra-prestigious, ultra-expensive events with Jay Abraham, and co-hosting another exclusive high-end seminar with Tony Robbins, all of which have led to him not only becoming famous but rich on the back of these gentleman’s customer lists.

I highly advise that you print these out and keep them handy until you’ve committed them fully to memory where someone could wake you up in the middle of the night and ask you, “What are the 12 rules for presenting?” and you could rattle them right off, 3/4 asleep.

It’s my promise that this memorization or keeping these visible for preparation for a presentation will pay off very well, if only in diminishing the stress you might have for how to present.

So now on with the show with the first rule . . .

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Final Update: “What The Hell Is The 90 Day Challenge?”

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I've broken on through to the other side; discover what I've learned...

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It’s Lewis aka Nerd #2.

Well, I’ve come to end of my 90 day challenge and what’ve I got to show for it? If you missed the previous posts where I talked about this before, go here to catch up.

In the interest of getting clearer on what was possible for me to achieve in the world and as an experiment in self-discipline, for 90 days I gave up some  attachments of mine that let me avoid asking myself tough questions, avoid growth, and avoid getting shit done.

Here’s the list of what I did and what I learned from it…

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Why I Love Swearing and Why You Probably Do Too

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Cosmo pic

Cosmo, just say the word you and everyone else is thinking! “Freaking?” Come. The Fuck. On.

 

 

“There Are No Dirty Words; Only Dirty People” Dr. Richard Bandler – Co-Creator of Neuro Linguistic Programming

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It’s #2.

Why is swearing “Bad”?

Look at that Cosmo header above. They know exactly what they’re trying to hammer home with the word “Freaking” as the sentence without it would’ve stood alone. Yet they pulled the punch. Why?

Because they know most Americans are scared, repressed, pussies.

In the privacy of their own homes people indulge in boat loads of porn and R-Rated movies and music that cusses in their cars or ipods but then when they’re in public they make people wrong who aren’t ashamed of the fact that they like porn and cussing. What the What?

In Cosmopolitan’s infinite wisdom and keen pulse on the market, they know what people behind closed doors dig. I mean look at Natalie Portman winning the Golden Globe for her role as the psychotic, lesbo fantasizing, ballerina in the movie “Black Swan”.

The numbers don’t lie. People love sex. People love cussing. Otherwise why would Sex and

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Pepe Le Pew: Lose The Drama And Find Your Balls

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“Claim your own at any hazard.”

~Walt Whitman~

Pepe Le Pew

Pepe never let anyone else’s “good” opinion deter him from pursing with the utmost confidence, that, which he lusted for.

Hey you,

It’s #2.

As a shy kid, I always admired Pepe Le Pew. As a recovering shy adult, I still do.

Pepe let it be known what his intentions were. I believe there is something to learn from his aggressiveness and his immunity to rejection. And his feline princesses only ran from him because of his stank. not because of his self-absorbed, arrogant swagger.

In the real world, whether it be attracting a world-class lover, making high-level business connections, influencing clients to work with you instead of your competitors… the meek, do NOT inherit the earth.  The Pepe Le Pew’s do.

How you do anything is how you do everything

Man is the only living species that has the power to act as his own destroyer—and that is the way he has acted through most of his history.

~Ayn Rand~

And this brings about the topic for the day:

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Owning Happiness is Either Impossible or Simple

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Money and the hammer

(Classic scene from the movie Casino) “Alright, I’m gonna give you a choice. You can either have the money and the hammer or you can walk out of here. You can’t have both. Whaddya want?” This is the battle we fight in our minds every waking hour: to be drama-free or beat ourselves up. What do YOU want?

Hey you,

It’s #2.

Today I want to introduce you to a unique strategy that shows you how to become the boss of your mind in charge of kicking defeating thoughts in the balls, picking them up by the seat of their pants and then using their heads to open the door so you can toss their ass out of your mind and onto the street.

This vitally important because your thinking is the difference that makes the difference. Resourcefulness, not resources, are what give you an edge in any economy, especially a beat to shit one. Resourcefulness, which is nothing but a mindset,  is all about finding solutions to problems which lead to a better quality of problem, which keep you growing so  you can bask in happiness and fulfillment.

Just the other night I spent hours just reading and taking notes on the introduction to a book called “Happiness is Free” written by the creators of the Sedona Method and let me show you now, directly from the book, some of what absolutely kept me spell bound… More

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