Little Miracles...a journey to financial freedomThis instant downloadable version of the book contains over 500 nuggets of networking that will explode your business! I first met Melvin Kaufmann in the spring of 2011. He spoke about how to use networking at the annual Take Shape For Life Go Global conference. I was so impressed with what Mel said -- I purchased 12 copies of his book, "Little Miracles", and gave them away. Then I ordered another dozen of his books and gave them away!
Five pages into this book and you'll be able to apply the principles instantly. One of our coaches set up seven new presentations out of one networking event by applying just one of the Little Miracles!
Mel and I have become great friends and it is a privilege to share his little miracles with you at no cost. You see, Mel decided to do exactly what I did...to give away the Little Miracles...all six volumes.
Previously about $10 per volume...The Little Miracles (all six volumes) are simply yours now for the asking.
The Little Miracles are very unique and profitable principles that do not explain networking but teach how to use networking. It has transformed networking from a dizzying activity to an exact science.
With the Little Miracles, networking is now a discipline. The Little Miracles book is a compilation of over 500 separate business tips. Each networking nugget is designed to increase wealth in your hands and in your head.
The Little Miracles explains how to transform casual conversations and chance encounters into miraculous business opportunities.
Do you know how to research an event before attending? Do you know where to sit at a networking event? Have you discovered how to change meetings into money and conventions into cash? Have you decided which are the most productive organizations to join? Are you ready to discover how to evaluate the financial value of a stranger within sixty seconds after meeting?
The Little Miracles is a curriculum for the accumulation of wealth and the celebration of life without the debilitating demands of telephoning, prospecting, and selling. Isn't it time for you to enter into the 21st century of marketing?