A Beginner's Guide to Doing Phone Seminars: An Interview With Alex Mandossian [NOOK Book]

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When Alex Mandossian set a three-year goal for himself that he was going to earn his annual salary every month, he drew 36 columns on his office wall and wrote $63,000 on the top of each of them. Then he kept track of his growing income, and in month 23, he did it – he made his yearly salary! Now Alex is sharing the secrets of how he accomplished that ambitious goal.

Alex didn’t just sit back and expect his income to grow by magic. He ...
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A Beginner's Guide to Doing Phone Seminars: An Interview With Alex Mandossian

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Overview

When Alex Mandossian set a three-year goal for himself that he was going to earn his annual salary every month, he drew 36 columns on his office wall and wrote $63,000 on the top of each of them. Then he kept track of his growing income, and in month 23, he did it – he made his yearly salary! Now Alex is sharing the secrets of how he accomplished that ambitious goal.

Alex didn’t just sit back and expect his income to grow by magic. He increased it by running successful tele-seminars. Unlike traditional one-on-one coaching, tele-seminars allow you to reach many clients at the same time. And what’s even better is that you can repackage and repurpose those calls to make even more money when you’re done. And in this two-part audio, you’ll hear exactly how to do that.

Part One: Never Play “Pin The Tail On The Donkey” With Your Marketing

According to Alex, when most entrepreneurs think about their marketing campaigns, they guess at what will work. This is about as effective as a high stakes game of Pin The Tail On The Donkey and is completely unnecessary. So in Part One you’ll hear how to use the Socratic method to take the guesswork out of marketing your tele-seminars.

You’ll Also Hear…

The 6 reasons you’ll want to run tele-seminars

The 3 things you need to get started today

How Alex got through Bob Proctor’s gatekeeper to land an interview with him – and access to his list!

The deal you’ll get for registering for Alex’s tele-training series

What to do if you don’t have a list to promote your tele-seminars to

Part Two: Sloppy Success Is Better Than Perfect Mediocrity

Alex used to think that there were two kinds of people in the audience of his seminars – those who thought they could do it and those who knew they couldn’t. One would end up dripping in money and the other in complete mediocrity. Now he knows that these aren’t two separate people but rather two separate voices in the same person. It’s up to you to choose the “I can do this” voice – and silence your inner doubts. But it’s not going to be easy and in Part Two, you’ll hear how to do this along with:

12 ways to repurpose your seminars

Exactly what Alex did to generate $85,000 in sales using Bob Proctor’s list – and what he got from the deal that was better than just a percentage

How to get access to Alex’s list of 220,000 – and 9 ways to build your own · How many calls-to-action you should give during your tele-seminars and when to do them · Why you’ll want to “network” at other tele-seminars and ways to do that

Even though they’re live audio, tele-seminars aren’t nearly as intimidating as you might think. With the right tools and techniques, anyone can master the concepts and turn a yearly salary into a monthly one. And this interview with Alex Mandossian is a great place to start. To learn even more about Alex and tele-seminars, go to the newly established website hardtofindseminars.com.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015965872
  • Publisher: Michael Senoff
  • Publication date: 2/1/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 47 KB

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