Tragic Flaw #4: Over The Fence Conversations

“The Mistakes Beginning Network Marketers Make.”
Today, I’m going to teach you about how NOT to be like Mr. Wilson. What am I talking about?
Now, I travel a LOT and for some reason, I always end up watching TBS in the hotel room.
The other night, I was reminded of a very funny character on the show Home Improvement – his name was Mr. Wilson and he was the crazy next-door neighbor who always looked over the fence when he was talking to Tim Allen and his family. If you were unaware, there are TONS of new network marketers who do exactly what Mr. Wilson did on the show and because of that, they end up looking like the crazy neighbor, peeking over the fence and trying to “get their neighbors into something.”
In today’s training, I’m going to explain to you the WRONG way to show someone your opportunity which is mistake #4 in our course entitled “The Mistakes Beginning Network Marketers Make.”
And remember, tomorrow is our last day of our video course and I’m going to tell you exactly what you should never, ever, ever do on a first meeting.

About Nate Scott

Nate Scott is a Christian, Husband, Father, Friend, Professional, Entrepreneur, and Public Servant. His personal mission is to live each day principle-centered based upon Biblical teachings and to be a person of value and positive influence in the lives of the people within his circle of influence. As the co-author of the book, "Pillars of Success", he shares how his faith and life experiences enabled him to become a millionaire at 32. He enjoys working out, basketball, and leisure travel. For additional information, visit or schedule a :15 minute consultation @ 904.838.2623.
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