Double Your Income in WFG by Doubling Your Retention
ADVANCED MENTAL TOUGHNESS TRAINING
Long Beach, CA • June 10, 2017
Learn how to coach your team in Approval Addiction and double your retention rate!
Learn to overcome approval addiction and you will become fearless in prospecting, selling, calling and inviting, and that is a formula for a financial empire.
Here are some of the tools you will learn:
What Approval Addiction is and how we acquire it
How to break the addiction once and for all
How to coach your team to become desensitized to disapproval
How to use mental toughness to stay motivated during the process
How to uncover your teams emotional hot buttons to keep them moving forward
How to use targeted questioning to uncover the emotional power that drives people
How to use Critical Thinking Questions and Tough Love at the right time
How to identify benchmarks and milestones as you’re coaching people through approval addiction
Long Beach Westin - Long Beach, CA
Mental Toughness University is a division of Siebold Success Network. MTU trains large corporate teams, helping them increase sales, develop people, and thrive during change by teaching them the psychological training tools of professional athletes. www.MentalToughnessU.com
Siebold Success Network is an international network of niche market companies helping individuals and organizations become more successful through professional skills and personal growth training. www.SieboldNetwork.com
Steve Siebold is a former professional athlete and national coach. He’s spent the past 31 years studying the thought processes, habits and philosophies of world-class performers. Today he helps Fortune 500 companies increase sales through mental toughness training and critical thinking. His clients include Johnson & Johnson, Procter & Gamble, The US Navy SEALs and the Boston Celtics.
He’s written eight books on mental toughness and critical thinking with over 300,000 copies sold. Steve is a regular on Fox Business Network and has been featured on The Today Show, Good Morning America, BBC in Europe, NBC Australia, CCTV in China and hundreds of others throughout the world. He’s quoted regularly in the Wall Street Journal, Fortune and Forbes Magazines.