Approaching Your Friends and Family

family bbqHow Approach Your Friends and Family

I don’t know about you but I royally messed it up talking to the people I know about my deal, LOL. To the point where they stopped talking to me, unfriended and put hits out on me. Okay, well, maybe they didn’t put a hit on me but it sure felt like it.

Who could blame, them. I didn’t know what I was doing. I threw up all over them and then kept going after them until I had an answer. Geez, what a pain in the butt I was.

Anyway LOL. Since then I went on a mission to find out how to share what I have and can keep my friends at the same time. I think you’ll like it.

Approaching Your Friends and Family

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Steve Krivda

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15 thoughts on “Approaching Your Friends and Family

  1. Jasmine Reese

    Hey Steven. I'm glad you was honest about approaching your friends and family, LIKE I DID. I use to pitch my friends and family ALL the time when I was first starting network marketing because I didn't know any better. Thanks for sharing this value with us.

  2. Carol Makowski

    Great topic. Yeah – you can quickly end up with people running away every time they see you if you "throw up" all over them about your business. Good tips you have on how to approach people which is not so "pushy" or "threatening." Thanks for sharing, Steve. — Carol.

  3. Nicholas Waite

    Hey Steve I am totally sharing this! It is clear that you are an advanced marketer and I have learned a lot from reading this post, and watching your video! Hope to connect with ya soon! – Nicholas

  4. Alecia Stringer

    Yea, they pretty much hate what I do… even with apology, there is no changing anything… I like your tips and outlook. Thanks.

  5. Kenny Martinez

    WOW Steven! I really liked everything you talked about here, especially how to be authentic! Great way to apologize and present your opportunity once again to those that you might of not presented to them in the beginning! Keep Rocking It!

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