The Two-Minute Story for Network Marketing

Create the Big-Picture Story That Sticks!
Narrated by: Dan Culhane
Length: 1 hr and 52 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (90 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Worried about presenting your business opportunity to prospects? 

Here is the solution. The two-minute story is the ultimate presentation to network marketing prospects. 

When our prospects see the big picture, they make decisions immediately. No more "I need to think it over" objections. 

In less than two minutes, our prospects will move forward, ready to join. This presentation requires no flipcharts, videos, research reports, testimonials, PowerPoint slides, or graphics. All it takes is a simple two-minute story that we customize for our prospects. 

Forget all those boring presentation information dumps of the past. Instead, let’s talk to our prospects in the way they love.

Prospects enjoy a short story. Telling stories reduces our stress since stories are easy to remember. Plus, this story is 100% about our prospects. That means we become instantly interesting to our prospects and they will listen to every word we say. Now our prospects can see and feel what our business means to them. 

Enjoy connecting with prospects with no rejection and no objections. Prospects will love how we simplify their decision to join and make it stress-free. This is so much fun that now, our entire team can’t wait to talk to prospects. 

And for us? We will love helping prospects see what we see, so they will ask to join our business. 

The two-minute story is the best way to help your prospects to join. 

Order your copy now!

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Practical Wisdom

Big Al always delivers practical and time proven techniques in an entertaining and easy to absorb and apply fashion 🙏🏽

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Storytelling my way to a dream vacation!

Love this book, Big Al!! Our team has now seen you several times and we are growing like plants in a hothouse!
We have made your suggestions a part of our success calls!
Thank you so much!

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An outdated example of sales

Although there were a few interesting points this book represents an example of how NOT to conduct yourself as a sales professional. The practices described here are decisive, coercive and designed for short term gain, not long term prospecting. If you are looking to create a high turnover low trust environment, this offers a quick a way to achieve that.

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Game Changer

I’ve listened to almost all of Big Al’s books and always take away a lot of great information, but so far I think I like this one the best.

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Great info!

Great info! Must listen...then listen again! I have helped my team grow from this audio!

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Simplicity

This is simple and duplicatable. Excellent training resource for business growth. I recommend it highly.

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Great information

loved it very helpful when talking with cold prospect no pressure of a sale .

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Wow absolutely love it!!!

This book is a must ready! Wow after two years I feel momentum at a whole different level! Big Al is the best!!

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The Two-Minute Story

Easy to follow and very helpful, I would recommend this audible book to anybody who is in network marketing!!!

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Inspirational Opportunity to Challenge Myself

Awesome Audiable, easy to understand and straight to the point. Thank you for the guidance and experience.

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  • P. J. Swart
  • 01-23-19

Eye opening

Having been in marketing for over 25 years myself I love how easy this 2 min story really is. The steps are explained clearly and it's easy to understand. I will advise every member of my team to read this book.

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  • Oxlit
  • 02-17-20

One can never go wrong studying Tom’s books.

My only criticism of this book is that it offers too many good ideas- now I need to decide between the one minute presentation and the two minute story. Worse yet, members of my team face the same indecision. We have discovered that the market has a slight preference for the story over the presentation, but your results may vary. My advice is to buy both books, learn the skills, and then test out both approaches.