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Are you familiar with the concept of Going for NO!? Each "No" you receive is one step closer to the "Yes" you are looking for...start digging for those golden "Yes's"...watch this awesome video from "[Link Removed] 

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      Rose Nino wrote Apr 8, 2010
    • Awesome information and sooo true Spiritofyolo! The Yes’s build my business, the NO’s build my character! To me it’s not necessarily a “no“, it’s just that they don’t quite “know” yet. Thanks for sharing!  

      To Your Continues Success! heartestatic



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      Helen Smith wrote Apr 8, 2010
    • The book go for no is great also.  I actually have to use go for no in my sales training.  I agree with Rose, no is just saying I don’t have enough information to make a decision.



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      Vikki Hall wrote Apr 8, 2010
    • Rose what you said was GREAT!
      *The Yes's build my business, the NO's build my character!*  

      And Jan thank you for sharing this with us....what a great reminder.



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      Jan Orga wrote Apr 8, 2010
    • Helen, I agree, I love the book. Rose, thank you for your comments - you are absolutely right, a “No” is not always an immediate “No” but maybe it’s a “Not right now“.  

      In my calling session this afternoon, I made 20 calls, connected with 9 people. 4 were absolute “No’s” - remove me from your list...with this concept, I no longer feel rejected when I get those requests. I’m happy to remove them from my list and get that much closer to someone who is looking for what I have to offer! I actually have learned to celebrate the “No’s” because it means I’m working!!  

      If you are on FB you can follow Andrea Waltz, co-creator of Go for No and they also have a Go for No! fan page.  

      (OK - now I have to figure out how to post this on Andrea’s page to let her know we appreciate their work!)



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      Rose Nino wrote Apr 8, 2010
    • Thanks ladies. estatic And Jan, prior to your post, I had never heard of Go For No. But it's definitely one I'd like to check out. Personally, I have learned so much in almost 5 yrs...and it's my first  experience in this industry! But I love the success that I along with my amazing team are having. We are so blessed! Thanks again Jan for posting this awesome info.  

      To Your Success estaticheart



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      Marlene McCray wrote Apr 8, 2010
    • Yes, the Go For No concept is awesome and works. Most individuals who join a network marketing business or have a business of their own fear talking to individuals and hate hearing the word NO!. No prospect = No Business!  

      This book teaches you to  train your mind to accept the no’s because we all have said ‘NO’ at one point, and to move closer to the “Yes’s” It builds momentum and the fear often dissipates and makes prospecting less worrisome and more pleasing. Thanks for sharing!

      Marlene
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