By now you should have received my Top 10 Success Principles and 
Ten Hot Leadership Tips.

Now it’s time to get down to the nitty gritty.

To what really puts money in your pockets and fills your bank 
accounts.

As I’ve always said, when it comes to success in your business,
there is no shallow end.

It’s either sink or swim!

If you cannot prospect, you will not succeed.

Sure, you could get lucky and bring a few people on board with you, 
but if you are truly destined for greatness, you must learn to 
prospect!

So, to kick of my Best of the Best Prospecting Series, here’s #1:

“Always expect the best, but be prepared for the worst!”

What this means is that you don’t want to go into a tail spin if 
things don’t go your way.

Remember, this is a people business and whenever people are 
involved their tends to be a lot of emotions that swirl around
 anticipation, un-met expectations, discouragement and disappointment.

As long as you know that most people don’t do what they say they 
are going to do, you can stay neutral.

This means that instead of listening to what people say, just watch
to see which ones actually keep their word and do it.

Your job is to just lead people to a commitment and let them do 
the rest.

Don’t pre-judge anyone but at the same time, don’t let people waste
 your time.

Give everyone a shot at the title, but don’t be surprised that most
 of them won’t even step into the ring.

Remember, when you are prospecting or sorting through people, you
are looking for those who know that right now is the right time for 
them to be starting a home based business.

So, don’t be attached to the outcome of each call.

Be attached to
 the process of sorting, asking good questions and listening beneath 
the surface.

This way, instead of being attached to a “yes” or a “no”, you can
 stay in flow and know that their are millions of other people out
 there you can speak with, who may be ready when you call them.

Get good at what you do.

Start from the perspective that you will
 get another 1,000 swings at the plate.

It’s just one person at a
time.

Move away from lack mentality and into prosperity and abundance.

Learn to make your dials from the perspective of lead prosperity.

And remember Best of the Best Prospecting Tip #1…

“Always expect the best, but be prepared for the worst.”

And then, MOVE ON to the next call!

No attachment, no
 emotional roller coasters.

The end.