Continuing to Build Relationships

Hello, my friend and future millionaire. 

The last time we were together we discussed creating relationships by talking to people you encounter on a regular basis during your daily routine or in day-to-day life. 

There are a few reasons for that, one of which is, with any business that you have you’re going to count on people because you need customers.

You need people to value the service(s) you offer more than they value the money in their pocket, and the way you get that kind of trust and reinforce the value is by building relationships. 

That’s why I want you to start talking to people you don’t know on a regular basis so you’re constantly expanding your circle for a larger customer base. 

Let me make a point here from my own experience:

Remembering my background, I have cerebral palsy and I built a real estate business that closed 71 deals in three years, and the way I did that was running my business like I was a quadriplegic. 

I built teams of people around me to handle everything that I couldn’t handle and I still do that in my businesses to this day. 

Know that it wasn’t always because I can’t handle the task, sometimes it’s because I don’t enjoy it or I don’t want to do certain tasks.

Some of my team members are people that I hadn’t known before I started casually talking to them on a regular basis. 

I got to the point where I asked people, “who do you know that’s good on a computer or who do you know that does paperwork” or whatever I needed  at the time. 

Because you’ve connected with these people through casual conversation they see you as a friend and are happy to refer you to their friends or family members. 

This is the same thing I want you to be able to do. 

For us to create your million dollar roadmap, it’s going to take a team of people to pull it off, it isn’t going to be just you. 

In our next session I’m going to turn things over to my business partner, Kris, so he can teach you how to respond when somebody asks “What do you do?“

Being prepared for this is an essential lesson I learned because one of the things that happened to me when somebody would ask that is I’d respond “Well, I used to know until you asked me”.  

I couldn’t think of anything because, as I told you, I was shy and bad at communicating with people. 

If someone like me can not only become good at it. but get comfortable with doing it on a daily basis, you will do great at it. 

What he will teach you is how to handle that and how to feel comfortable with your response.