What to SAY to GET Referrals: 7-Minute Presentations- Information

Referral Trigger for the week of June 26
Topic: 7-Minute Presentations

Group of business partners explaining ideas at meeting in office Consider your next 7-Minute Presentation.

  • What topic have you chosen?
  • How could you create a FeedForward Card for yourself,
    for this particular presentation, to insure we give you unique
    and valuable information?
  • Or, what could you ask your Introducer to
    do that would set us up perfectly for
    the new knowledge you’ll share?

 

 

2 Responses to What to SAY to GET Referrals: 7-Minute Presentations- Information
  1. Jennifer Raby
    June 23, 2017 | 4:31 pm

    I think the biggest misconception about personal training is that it’s a mere luxury, afforded only to those with loads of time and money on their hands. I imagine that a common question members might receive when recommending to me to a prospective client would be “Why do I need to pay a trainer when there are tons of exercise videos for free online?” For my next 7-minute I am going to go into a little more depth about my initial assessment and first workout. It’s very important for new clients to understand that I’m here to really teach them how to move effectively, to overcome or prevent injuries, and to ensure safe movement patterns so that when they ARE ready to just do it on their own as they follow someone’s YouTube video, they will really be able to get the most out of that workout!

  2. Rebecca Brizi
    June 29, 2017 | 7:29 am

    I am approaching my first seven minute presentation, and received valuable tips from our team coach, Jeff Veal, about choosing a topic that explains a particular area of what I do and why it is valuable. Being relatively new to the team – coupled with working in strategic planning which can come across as over-theoretical – I have chosen to showcase how I approach a particular part of strategic planning: that of identifying and addressing customer needs.
    In this way I hope to get across the value of business planning in making effective business decisions.
    Much as in Jennifer Raby’s case above: there is a science to it, but it must be customized to the particular client.

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