Forever Living Leads – How To Get Good Leads For A Forever Living Business

Forever Living Products is a health and wellness company that was founded by Rex Maughan in Scottsdale, Arizona, in 1978. It now operates in 145 countries around the world, and has more than 9 million Distributors who can build their own business by selling the products and earning commissions. As well as commissions for retail sales Distributors can also earn bonuses on the sales of other people that they have personally added into the business.

Why Do I Need Leads When I Could Just Sell To My Friends And Family?

The nature of the Forever Living business means that you will have to become good at sales and marketing if you want to succeed. This means generating good free leads, prospecting, and closing. These are essential skills if you are serious about growing a big network marketing business.

Most people who join Forever Living Products will NOT have the skills to do this properly, and that is the main reason that the majority of people fail. If you want to be a success and grow a serious business you need to learn the basics of internet marketing, including how to find great free leads, so let’s take a look at these skills and how they can benefit you.

What NOT To Do

Before we look at the skills that you will need to learn if you are to be successful with Forever Living, let’s look at what NOT to do.

Traditionally network marketers are encouraged to approach their friends, family, neighbors and co-workers, and to use marketing techniques that are designed to help you grow your business locally. This could mean handing out flyers, business cards, CDs, DVDs, catalogues and free samples, putting adverts in shop windows or in the local newspaper, holding sales parties, giving presentations in your garage, or leading sales parties.

These methods are very time-consuming, very expensive, and will have little effect. How many times have you been handed a flyer for something and just put it straight in the trash without even reading it, or how many times have you skipped past the ads page in the local paper to get to the more exciting bits? How many times have you hung up the telephone once you’ve realized that the person on the end is a cold-caller trying to sell you something?

Selling in this way might get you a few sales but it will also cost you a lot of money and your profits will be small. You will also find that you quickly run out of people to sell to, because nobody has an infinite supply of family and friends.

The Best Way To Find Amazing Forever Living Leads

In order to see quick and lasting success with Forever Living Products you will need to learn better marketing skills. In the 21st century the key to success and financial freedom for you and your family is the internet. Every single day all over the world, from Australia to Canada, and from England to the Philippines, people are logging on to their computers and using the search engines like Google to look for health and wellness products that could benefit them. These are your leads, all you need to do is learn the art of making sure that these people find YOU.

If you can do this, you will have hundreds of people every single week contacting you, asking you for advice, and desperate to invest in you and your products. Your business will explode, and you will reap the rewards of having taken the time to train yourself in key marketing skills.

To find out more about how internet marketing could explode your revolutionize your approach to home-based business, see Forever Living Success.

How to Survive in an Alternative World at Roughly the 19th Century of Development – Rex Knight Does

Nitro Wild – by David C. Brown. ISBN 978-0-9831907-9-0. Published by the author, 2017. ($12.99 from Barnes & Noble, paperback edition). Reviewer received book from Author as pdf-book.

David Brown has composed an epic alternative fantasy history tale of the 19th Century.

Rex Knight is the protagonist. From Rex’s mysterious transport from Earth through his first few years on Erden, the inhabitants’ name for their planet, he struggles to survive, thrive, and finally succeed in great ways. Most of the story is related from Rex’s viewpoint.

There are other transported races and groupings of people. The Wapiti spoke a lingua franca that was primarily English, German and some of the indigenous peoples’, the Clovis, own language. This could support other transports and some indigenous groups, but there is also an alien, non-human race called the Ichneumons who rule a substantial part of the continent that appear to be much like 19th century North and South America.

The details of the planet, civilizations and governments here are sprinkled sparingly throughout the story’s development. The Ichneumons are vying for control of the world with the mighty Prussian empire. The area that conforms roughly to the Eastern United States is controlled by the Prussian Empire. The remainder is largely controlled by the Ichnemons. These two empires are at constant conflict for control of this continent. Meanwhile, the European and Asian equivalent continents are split between the Prussians and their allies and the Mongol tribes that are constantly restless if not openly attacking on the eastern borders of Prussia.

Historically, the Ichnemons have conquered and obliterated most of the indigenous population. The Wapiti and the Clovis have avoided such a fate by aligning with the Prussians. That and the rugged wilderness terrain of their area made it much more difficult for the Ichneumons’ Emperor, Rakakonda, and his troops. Since most of the contact had been through attempts at conquest and other forms of war, there is no love lost between the groups. The third major power group here is the slave owners who usually held great cotton plantations and maintained them with slave labor.

The Prussians are entering an Abolitionist time and many established institutions are upset, but specifically the slave trade has been discouraged and then outlawed throughout the empire. This creates another group fighting to control its own destiny. These plantation owners want to maintain the status quo for slavery, fearing that they will be bankrupted with any change.

The plots and the intrigues rival any power in 19th century Earth for sure. This all contributes to the complexity and different perspectives of the narrators. It also makes for a very intense and complex plot.

The format is chapters broken into sections where perspective changes between several narrators.

There are too many characters to describe here, but the most prominent are Rex Knight and his partner, Amy Caroom. Amy is wanted, dead or alive, by her own father, Purnell. From this humble beginning, there are characters numerous and varied. Most do not warrant mention as they pass in and out of the narrative, but they come in, are developed enough to be believable and then move on out of the perspective of the particular narrator.

One of the main difficulties is the incorporation of the alien race as main personnel involved in all the war, the political intrigues and even the antipathy between the slave owners and the Prussian Empire that holds sway over their area.

The plot weaves in and out of focus. The characters move on and off stage. The leaders of the groups and such, keep busy with political and actual problems while interacting well making the plot even stronger.

For lovers of alternative reality and historical adaptations of culture, science and creatures would love this book and it is easy to maintain interest. Since this is the first of a series of books from a relatively prolific author as Brown, all can look forward to more coming from this fertile mind.

5 Stars.

Review by Chris Phillips

A Look At The T-Rex Restaurant – A Roaring Good Time

Located in Downtown Disney at Walt Disney World, T-Rex is an unusual, yet extremely fun place to eat. The noise level seems to be a challenge for some patrons, but that’s the price you pay to be surrounded by wooly mammoths, triceratops, and tyrannosaurus rex. There are also flames emitted by the Kitchen of Fire. The walls and ceiling even change color. Sounds like a pretty happenin’ spot!

T-Rex Aims to Please

Offering fare for herbivores as well as carnivores, the menu has something for everyone. With names like Layers of the Earth Lasagna, Brachiosaurus Bruschetta and the Gigantosaurus Burger, it sounds like you might want to bring your appetite to this place. There is also a dessert called Chocolate Extinction. I wonder if that’s their version of “Death by Chocolate.” Entrees range from around $15 to $36.

There’s a separate menu for kids, which seems to have super reasonable prices, around $7.99 for an entree and $2.99 assuming they’ve behaved well enough to make it to dessert. In a place like this, it’s pretty doubtful any kid would misbehave. There’s just too much to see and do other than just eat.

Dino-sized Staff

It appears that it takes a small army to run this place as well. A single shift can contain 120 staff members. Rather mind boggling, if stop to think about it but considering the location and the activity level of this place, it’s really not all that surprising. The staff seems accommodating, informative and friendly.

Authentic Surroundings

Being that none of us remembers being around dinosaurs, we can only assume that the designers of T-Rex had their habitats in mind. They’ve included geysers and greenery with the triceratops and stegosaurus and even included underwater prehistoric creatures. There are meteor showers and roaring dinosaurs, which definitely add to the ambiance.

You Can Take it With You

In addition to the interactive Paleo Screens, Discovery Creek, Discovery Dig and Paleo Zone, there is a gift shop where you can pick up clothing, educational toys or build your own dino at Build-A-Dino from the Build-A-Bear Workshop. This is truly so much more than a restaurant. It’s an adventure that long after the meal is over, the memories linger.

Pre-Historic Fun

Unless you are adverse to loud and busy restaurants, you will most likely enjoy T-Rex. It’s got great theming, fun food, and plenty of things to see and do for the young and young at heart.