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Feel free to give me a call within the next few months if I may help you. Inside he is the champion of selfless networking, finding ways to help others reach their goals and strengthening relationships. A good read for anyone. Feb 06, Amy rated it liked it.

Endless Referrals: Network Your Everyday Contacts into Sales

I’ll have to try it and see if it works better than my current technique. Do you have any info describing what you do? Jan 02, Fermin Quant rated it liked it.

The professionals would try to convert these leads. Form a ridiculous silly, illogical association between the mental picture suggested by the name or sound-alike and the outstanding facial feature.

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On a more subliminal leve, some of his ideas relate to game theory very well too. Other books in this series. I felt that I gained more from it only after reading a selection of his other works. I met Bob Burg at a Melaleuca Convention and was so impressed by his advice on networking and helping others I didn’t hesitate to buy his book when I returned home. What separates you referals your company from the competition?


Sep 29, Joel Ungar rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book had a positive impact on my business and my relationships with other people. Mar 23, Irene Timm rated it it was amazing Shelves: Terrific book that draws from some of the top minds on sales and traditional networking. Preview — Endless Referrals by Bob Burg. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

However, it is always good to ‘keep it green’ and to refresh on what you may have forgotten. You will only use a few in each conversation; those appropriate to the conversation.

Often begins with, “I show people how to …” or, “I help people to …. Use word “games” to remember James. Your photo helps them remember you. Dec 06, Leticia rated it liked it. I know I certainly do.

Endless Referrals: Network Your Everyday Contacts into Sales by Bob Burg

If you’re a life insurance salesperson targeting the wealthy, you can cross-promote with other businesses targeting that group. Find the person’s outstanding facial feature. Endless Referrals, Third Edition. May 21, Angel Millet rated it it was amazing. Don’t try to remember the person’s name by thinking of a celebrity or friend with the same name, because this can get confusing; you may not remember the right celebrity or friend.


Design the questions to see if you should follow up with the prospect. Meet them referrale at the event. Do not talk about yourself and your business.

Who was involved in making that decision? However, most of the online information and door-to-door refertals are a bit outdated in my opinion. The last couple years I’ve worked endlwss generate leads online, but I still get referrals from existing clients, and want to encourage more.

That something can be to help them achieve a positive goal or avoid a particular pain. I skimmed the sections about in-person networking, cold calling, and door-to-door prospecting. I really enjoyed the book. An attorney and accountant could agree to allow each other’s clients to call the other professional with a quick question for a limited time for a day trial.

If you’ve been around the sales world for any amount of time, you won’t find anything new here. Form a mental picture of what the name suggests, or a sound-alike similar sound or word that turns name into something you can picture.