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Does it pay to know your type?

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In this infographic, you'll get an overview of the 16 types to give a sense of how these bigger-than-life personalities fit in the Myers-Briggs philosophy. The official test is based on Carl Jung’s work in psychological typology.


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It pays to know who is the type you are talking with.

Can save you a lot of misunderstanding due to lack in communication.

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Art Jones's curator insight, November 2, 2014 9:36 PM

Understanding TYPE is analogous to understanding your personal story of temperament  (why we do the things we do and how we get those things done).


What's your TYPE  story?

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DSEF: Making the World a Better Place for Direct Selling — Direct Selling News

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Network Marketing Sales Tactics

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Network Marketing Sales Tactics – The difference between pressure sales and good communication skills for inviting prospects or selling products.

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Great post from Tim Sales blog re the difference between pressure sales and integrity sales

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Google wants to teach you digital marketing - VentureBeat

Google wants to teach you digital marketing - VentureBeat | Getting Out Of The Rat Race | Scoop.it
VentureBeat Google wants to teach you digital marketing VentureBeat Google's announced a new series of “Learn with Google” webinars for digital marketing this morning, focused on helping small, media, and large businesses grow with digital...
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If you are reading this - you are online!

And if you are online and building your part time biz from home you must check this out!

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Entrepreneurs Who Master Storytelling Win More

Entrepreneurs Who Master Storytelling Win More | Getting Out Of The Rat Race | Scoop.it

Stories have been used since the beginning of time to share knowledge, history, and ideas. Sure they contain facts, but often emotion is what makes them work. How often do you get beyond the facts in your pitch to customers and investors? If you want to kick your business up a level, maybe it’s time to add some stories to your message.

 

Ten basic principles for telling the right story, at the right time, and telling it right:

 

1. Select the right story for the right audience. The most successful story tellers are also attentive story listeners. They understand that it’s more important to be interested in their listener than to appear interesting. What does the audience want and need? Armed with this insight, you can tailor a story that will achieve both your goals.

 

2. Choose when the listener will be receptive. Getting to know your audience also means figuring out the place and time where they will be most receptive and least subject to interruption or distraction. They need to be able to give you your full attention, so you need to look, listen, and locate their optimal context.

 

3. Finding the source material for good stories. The key is not to expect to find a story fully born, perfectly framed, and read to be told, but to constantly stockpile fragments and metaphors that have the potential to become stories. The most effective story material comes from firsthand experience, infused with your personal feelings and emotions.

 

4. Make sure your call to action resonates. Every story needs something that will move the audience emotionally to hear your call to action. This may mean finding a hero or a villain in the story, showing your real passion and emotion, or describing the excitement and fear of others.

 

5. Get in the right state for your story. Getting in state isn’t just a mental, emotional, or physical process; it’s all three. This state is vital to telling a story because reading your intention is what signals listeners to pay attention to you. Intentions speak louder than words. Train both your body and your mind on your clear intention to succeed.

 

6. Tell the story with authentic contagious energy. Like intention, authenticity and energy cannot be faked. If you are telling a story you don’t believe in, your audience will sense it instantly. The good news is that they will pick up just as instantly on your genuine enthusiasm and conviction.

 

7. Demonstrate vulnerability and perseverance. Everyone has something in common with every other person, so open up and expose your fears and concerns, allowing others to do likewise. The trick to perseverance is not to eliminate fear, but to use it to ramp up your energy, heighten your passion, and intensify your sense of urgency.

 

8. Make the story experience interactive. You can make any business story more memorable, resonant, and actionable by asking for input or a response during the story, or getting an emotional interaction. Engage the audience physically or verbally, which makes them feel like part of your story, and that they have a stake in the outcome.

 

9. Engage the senses of your audience. Scientists tell us that words account for only the smallest part of human communication. The majority is nonverbal, more than half based on what people see and more than a third transmitted through tone of voice. The more the audience feels the story in their bodies, the more positive they will react to it.

 

10. Listen actively with all your senses. Even when you make the story a dialogue, rather than a monologue, how you listen as a teller is as important to your success as the actual words you speak. You must listen to gauge emotions, attention, and interest – moment to moment. More engaged listeners will be more likely to heed your call to action.

 


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Big Al teach us that telling a story is the great, sorry...the BEST way to conduct an idea into a person mind.

 

Here is a great article re how to do it right.

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Five billionare habits that will make you rich

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Trying these habits on for size could provide a boost to your bottom line.
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I've specialy loved the 5th tip - 

Patience

"Not only do billionaires tend to be able to pounce when the moment's right, they also make patience a habit. After all, sometimes it takes a while for a good idea to pay off."

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Generating Leads | Why Blogs Aren't Successful

Generating Leads | Why Blogs Aren't Successful | Getting Out Of The Rat Race | Scoop.it
Blogging and inbound marketing aren't working for a huge percentage of marketing agencies and consultants. Find out why your blog isn't generating leads.
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Develop a word-perfect elevator pitch in four easy steps | Startups

Develop a word-perfect elevator pitch in four easy steps | Startups | Getting Out Of The Rat Race | Scoop.it
If you only have a minute to sell your business idea don’t fluff your lines.
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Tom Big Al - One Minute Presentation | Business Opportunity From Home

Tom Big Al - One Minute Presentation | Business Opportunity From Home | Getting Out Of The Rat Race | Scoop.it

Hi folks,
This is one of the coolest techniques (of 25) I've learned from Big Al.
If you can give an entire presentation in 60 sec (and I mean a complete presentation, no fluff or teaser) you can go with the following killer opening:

 

"I can give you a complete presentation but it will take me a complete minute. When can you set aside a whole minute?"

 

And the common answer I receives is "How about now?!"

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Talya Mitzafon's comment, January 19, 2013 3:22 AM
A great insight for network marketers.
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A Deeper Look at the Direct Seller — Direct Selling News

A Deeper Look at the Direct Seller — Direct Selling News | Getting Out Of The Rat Race | Scoop.it
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Direct selling is a unique channel of distribution where individual salespeople choose their own level of involvement as Full-Timer, Part-Timer or Some-Timer.Check this article for more details
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How to Use Stickers to Promote Your Business

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Small Business, Marketing, Stickers, Decals, Promotion, Events, Trade shows (How to Use Stickers to Promote Your Business http://t.co/SE9qQufszV #stickers #decals stickers for marketing #small business)...
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Want to Start Your Own Business? Get a Business Mentor - Forbes

Want to Start Your Own Business? Get a Business Mentor - Forbes | Getting Out Of The Rat Race | Scoop.it
New Gallup surveys in 83 countries indicate that adults who have access to a mentor are three times more likely to say they are planning to start a business than those who do not have a mentor, according to Gallup researchers Sangeeta Badal and...
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Why trying to reinvent the wheel?...just to find out that you have done it the other way around !?...

 

When you are using a mentor you putting his/her experience (what he/she has already learned from failing) into your benefit!

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Does it pay to know your type?

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In this infographic, you'll get an overview of the 16 types to give a sense of how these bigger-than-life personalities fit in the Myers-Briggs philosophy. The official test is based on Carl Jung’s work in psychological typology.


Via Karen Dietz
nahum ben binyamin's insight:

It pays to know who is the type you are talking with.

Can save you a lot of misunderstanding due to lack in communication.

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Art Jones's curator insight, November 2, 2014 9:36 PM

Understanding TYPE is analogous to understanding your personal story of temperament  (why we do the things we do and how we get those things done).


What's your TYPE  story?

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How to Network Online Like a Superstar….and GROW BIG!

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Would you like your blog to grow? If so, then you need to learn to network like a superstar, as great content is always the only answer. This powerful…
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Here is another great post re how to promote yourself from level 1 blogger (a beginner) to level 5 (a superstar). 

 

I guess that as a content curators we are by defenition somewhere between level 3 to 4. check this out and let me know what do you think...

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HowStuffWorks "10 Ways to Make Money on the Side"

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10 ways to make money on the side are explained in this article by HowStuffWorks.com. Find out the many ways you could earn more money in your pocket with this article.
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getting-out-of-the-rat-race bookshelf

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Hi folks,

Checkout the following bookshelf on Goodreads for books related to getting out of the rat race.

 

This is my virtual bookshelf for books curation. Enjoy!

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Talya Mitzafon's curator insight, January 19, 2013 3:16 AM

Exelent books. Thanks for sharing/

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The 50 Best Social Psychology Books on Persuasion, Influence and Understanding Your Brain

The 50 Best Social Psychology Books on Persuasion, Influence and Understanding Your Brain | Getting Out Of The Rat Race | Scoop.it

Hi folks,
In order to drive a car you have to have basic knowledge how does a car work - steering, starting/shutting the engine ect.

 

In order to make a sale you have to have basic knowledge how does your customer minds work.
Gregory Ciotti has put together his list of favorite books that help us understand how your brain work in order to be better at our craft.


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Karen Dietz's comment, September 20, 2012 12:34 PM
Thanks for the comment Michael! Enjoy the day.
Metta Solutions's curator insight, January 8, 2013 10:07 AM

Must have list on influence !

Metta Solutions's curator insight, January 8, 2013 10:08 AM

Must have list on influence !