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MLM Prospecting: 7 ‘Kick-Ass’ Questions While MLM Prospecting…

I want to share with you 7 ‘kick-ass’ questions you can use while you are MLM prospecting. The reason I call them ‘kick-ass’ is because they are simple, friendly and would give you a great overview of the person to see where they’re at and if they are a suspect or a prospect! lol

MLM Prospecting: 7 ‘Kick-Ass’ Questions While MLM Prospecting…

MLM Prospecting

MLM Prospecting: Don’t be scared to talk to people, even if they are good looking! Remember, you got the cookie!

Alright straight to the point… oh by the way these are more targeted towards non-networkers.

Question 1: “What kind of work do you?” – Easy, simple question that you probably asked a million times.

Question 2: “What does that involve exactly?” – Digging a bit deeper, building a relationship.

Question 3: “What do you enjoy or not enjoy about what you do?” – Listen carefully, you can get some hot buttons here, if he/she is someone you want to work with.

Question 4: “Have you always done this?” - Trying to deeper the relation and get a bigger picture about their background.

Question 5: “How have you been affected by the economy?” - We’re trying to determine their financial situation. Do they have a need for more money and why? Maybe they have money, how about free time?

Don’t continue the conversation if they are not the kind of person you are looking for, this is very important while MLM prospecting. Sure you can make a friend, but if you are only taking to someone to see if you can help them, then cut it short.

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Question 6: “Have you ever thought about doing something else?” – Testing the waters to see what they are like, if they are actively chasing other options.

Question 7: “Do you keep your options open to making additional income?” – Ask the question confidently. You do believe in what you have, don’t you?

Don’t ask it if they are not the kinda person you are looking for. Remember, when it comes to MLM prospecting, it is important to be relaxed, calm, confident and have belief in what you have.

This can be used online or offline.

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12 Responses to MLM Prospecting: 7 ‘Kick-Ass’ Questions While MLM Prospecting…

  1. Alan January 29, 2012 at 2:53 AM #

    John, a really good and helpful list, all great questions and yes, you are right certainly more aimed at the non-networker than at a person who may previously have experienced Network Marketing. Only one thing I would have to say about the questions would be around No: 5, I think for me when asking this question or a version of it, it becomes about their desire, or why, meaning that I look at money as a vehicle to get what you want out of life, so if someone says to me they want more money, they are not actually telling me their desires? You will need to dig a little deeper on this question to understand their why as I don’t think there will be many people who have not been affected by the financial situation in some form or another.

    If at the end of the day they still only want money, then move on to someone else as they will not be right for your business!

    Keep Moving Forward!


    • johnmoussan January 30, 2012 at 6:17 PM #

      Definitely Ryan, knowing the why is very important, I learned that the hard way! What the social dynamics of a conversation is very complex that we have to be willing to make it a conversation and ask these questions intelligently and at the right time. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Ryan Johnson January 29, 2012 at 2:43 PM #

    John, love it. Great way to build relationships. And even if they are not interested, that just means the timing isn’t right for them. Most people after they say no, move on. Remember it’s about relationship, you never know who that person may put you in contact with or something may happen in that persons life, that now they might be open to it. Great post

    • johnmoussan January 30, 2012 at 6:16 PM #

      Absolutely Ryan, agree with what you said. Thanks for stopping by and sharing.

  3. Val Heisey January 30, 2012 at 10:17 AM #

    You’re right John those are kick-ass questions to dig deeper! Thanks for posting them!

  4. David Sharp January 30, 2012 at 11:27 AM #

    Hey John, some very useful and helpful advice here with your 7 questions and this is just what we need until we have talked to so many leads and prospects that we do it automatically.


    • johnmoussan January 30, 2012 at 6:13 PM #

      More practice = more natural, more confidence and more money for you and the person you are talking to.

  5. Lilach Bullock January 30, 2012 at 1:52 PM #

    Great questions John (and yes they are kick ass ones!). I hope lots of people read this blog as they really will have no excuses if they follow this prospecting questionnaire:)

    • johnmoussan January 30, 2012 at 6:11 PM #

      No excuses! Right. Well you know that comment means a lot to me as this is the whole purpose of this blog to empower people and awake them to their true power.

  6. Mark Harbert January 30, 2012 at 4:31 PM #

    John, these are fantastic questions and all designed to do one thing really, make a new friend in the process. It’s really so easy to talk to people and just find out what there needs are and in the process you will see if they fit for your business or not. Great post my friend!!

    • johnmoussan January 30, 2012 at 6:10 PM #

      Glad you liked it and thank you for your contribution to the discussion.

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