M. Le'Mont's

Smart Ideas for Smart People

Scroll Down for Content



Subject: Who Do You Trust?
From: bob@refermycompany.com>  
Date: Wed, Aug 28, 2013 9:13 am 
To:          Emerald Team

Emerald Project- Get the word out.

Good Morning Team,

I was listening to an interview with a merchant 
explain how he enrolled in the Merchant program.   

The first phone call he received was from a
stranger that sent him a video with no follow up.  

Two months later he got a call from a "trusted friend"
who he respected as a businessman.  

They met for lunch and the rest is history.

Much of the business decisions
we make are based on "Trust".

We watch movies, buy products, and services
based on the "trusted opinion" of others.


Who do you trust?  

And most importantly who trust you?

These are two important questions as
you build your organization.

Here are some important tips that can help.


Jeffery Gitomer said, "you can not build trust at any price. 
However, slowly over time, you can build it for free."
Guy Kawasaki, said knowledge is great. Competence is great.  
However, the combination of both encourages people to trust you
and increases your powers of enchantment. 
And finally, Frank Crane said, "You may be deceived if you trust
too much, but you will live in torment if you don't trust enough." 

Customer Trust is not a right, or privilege, and you must
work hard to earn it every day.

Enroll the people you know that "Trust You."

And then teach them to do the same thing.

You don't need a video or a lot of complicated non sense.

For goodness sake it's free.

You will build a team exponentially over time. 

Until that day... make every moment count!

If you want to take a sneak peak at a new business concept
that is sweeping the country Click Here.    

Click here to join the team.
Website Builder