Share Your Strength

What to SAY to GET Referrals
Pentagram: Purple Cards Identify Officers | Share Your Strength

  and One of the components of a profitable InfoMinute is information about our strengths.

Share one of the strengths that makes you exceptional in your industry.

Now compare that strength to one of the five Officer’s positions.


2 Responses to Share Your Strength
  1. Wendy Kinney
    September 4, 2020 | 12:22 pm

    I’ve had a lot – a lot – of different jobs. I’ve been an organ teacher, payroll processor, a real estate agent, a commercial business broker; I’ve sold closed-circuit TV systems, been employee benefits counselor at a 2,700 employee hospital, office manager for a national construction company, operations manager for a regional contract furniture rep, CFO for an underground utilities contractor; I’ve owned a restaurant (that was a mistake), a referral marketing consulting company, and a foreclosure rehab business. George and I have flipped houses (I’m good with drywall, not as good with paint) and built an Amway business.

    All this experience (which, let’s face it, was demoralizing every time I got fired) is what makes me good at PowerCore. I understand classification boundaries from the inside. I know what the restaurant owner needs from the Team, how hard the Realtor works, what it takes to cold-call effectively.

    That education – what my Aunt Mary Lou called “between opportunities” – is what makes me good at facilitating PowerCore Teams today.

    It’s a unique strength. YAY!

  2. Jon Ongtingco
    September 10, 2020 | 6:49 am

    I have a natural understanding of technology and electricity that combines with a logical methodology for troubleshooting and that combines into an ability to fix technology problems.

    As a Team Coordinator, I can apply the logical thought process toward the multiple problems that the team and other officers have in an effort to supply recommendations that help the entire team.

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