Several subscribers take paper and write down their answers to these three questions. Which group will you be in? Well, if you’re in the first group, in which case I will not have to do much. You already know how to find the comics section in your local newspaper. Enjoy. If you’re in the second group, on your paper will be written something like this: Reply # 1: There are two groups of visitors of the local office for the reception of the unemployed. One group – people waiting for their benefits. They whine about the lost time it takes to get their weekly allowance and how it interferes with watching their favorite soap opera. I’m going to avoid this group.
The second group – for people waiting for work. These candidates want to work. I’m going to communicate with this group. And yes, these candidates want what I can offer. They want to opportunities to succeed, but no more time to watch tv. Etc., etc., etc. Reply # 2: The candidates from the group waiting for work, definitely want to succeed. Even a small monthly income from network marketing to give them an increased sense of security.
I’m betting that they will do almost anything not to suffer the humiliation of begging for work. My suggestion would be an important part of their financial life and help increase their self-esteem. Etc., etc., etc. Reply # 3: First I’ll ask my friends: ‘Who you know is looking for a job or a similar proposal? ” My friends know a lot more candidates than I could ever meet in person. Of course, when I come to the office for the unemployed. Perhaps I could put an ad in a local newspaper in the section on employment. I could write: ‘If you are tired of looking for work, or running from job to job, we need to talk. ” Or better yet, instead of spending money and print ads, perhaps I can give an official press release stories written about me and my sentence. Job seekers read the local newspapers. And yet we have a night school in local community college. If a person is serious about improving their chances for advancement and opportunities, most likely, he attends additional courses or training trade. Etc., etc., etc.