Endorsement Letters I've Received
I have a Power Core journal that I take with me to meetings and to coffee appointments with members. When members present a 7 minute I take notes in it and also jot down personal questions that I want to remember to ask at the coffee meeting. It is important to try to find something that we have in common to keep the conversation fresh and friendly and so they don't feel as if they are being grilled or answering the same who, what, when, and where questions over an over.
Example: when Michael Kindle, our team ADT professional, stated that the number one characteristic he needs to display in his profession is integrity, he also mentioned that he had been influenced in that character development by leaders and co-workers who did NOT display integrity . I jotted down a note to ask him about that in our next coffee. His answer was that most people can sense when they are being manipulated and the number one priority for him is to consistently treat people they way you would want to be treated regardless of the payoff. Michael definitely displays this and it provides a great introduction to gateopeners, clients and for seven minute presentations.
Referral Trigger Response
2164 Minute Ct.
Stone Mountain, GA 30087
Discovering the motivation behind my client's decision to sell or buy is one of the most important pieces of information for me. I want to help keep their dream alive and help them make hard decisions based on my experience and training.
Endorsement Letters I've Given