30 year + veteran leader, Tim Sales talks about the personal framework he used to earn millions in network marketing. He also talks about what to do if your company gets attacked… great closing strategies… how to get over the “no money” objection and much more.
Who is Tim Sales?
Tim Sales served in the US Navy Special Operations before he answered an ad and started his MLM business in 1989.
Since then, he has made millions in his career as a network marketer. He’s also contributed tremendously in helping network marketing get accepted as a profession with his generic prospecting and training tools such as Brilliant Compensation (which has been downloaded 44 million times), Professional Inviter and the Professional Presenter.
Tim was also a teacher at the only university-affiliated network marketing certificate course offered by the University of Illinois at Chicago. He’s been interviewed by Larry King and Grant Cardone.
After 18 years of residual income, Tim’s network marketing company bought his business. Tim missed building and in 2011 he started from scratch and became a founding distributor for a new company. Today, Tim’s team generates over $230 million in annual sales and he has created 57 millionaires in the last 8 years.
“If it’s to be, it’s up to me”
Must Read Book
Advertising Secrets of the Written Word by Joseph Sugarman
Recommended Prospecting Tool
Recommended Online App
Tim Sales on Facebook
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