Have you ever heard someone say “facts tell, stories sell?”
If you are in business, you will quickly be able to identify the true value in that quote right away. While facts can be important and have their value, often times people will gather all the information and facts they need on a product or service and never do anything with that information.
If you’re in business, I’m sure you’ve had people ask you a bunch of questions – you’ve given them all the answers – and yet, they still don’t buy a thing from you? And you may have found yourself wondering, WHY?
Simple. “Facts tell, stories sell!”
Cling to that and use it the next time you are sharing your business with others and see what a difference it makes. It took me a while to understand the true value in stories. I am one of those types that likes to gather information – I have this never ending thirst for information! And while that can sometimes be a good thing, I’ve also seen areas in my life where it’s been bad.
The MLM Company I have been partnered with has an A Plus rating with the Better Business Bureau, they are built on a 15 year old foundation, they have very well respected leaders in the industry on staff – and yet that information never seems to move people to want to know more. What always moves people to want to know more about the the GBG Business Opportunity and how it may be able to help them is when I tell them that I was a mom who was working part time outside the home as a Toll Collector just two years ago and I’ve now replaced that income and am home full time with our three boys!
I don’t know if that story sparked an interest in you at all, all I know is, if you are maybe interested in partnering with someone who hated their job, commuting, and trading dollars for hours and you’d like to read success stories of others who have done the same, and better, you may want to click to learn more about the GBG Business Opportunity today.
If not, that’s ok. Just keep in mind what you’ve learned today about facts and stories and get out there and tell someone your story and watch what a difference it can make in your business today.