Tips on How to Present the Tiens Business

You may have just heard about Tiens also called Tianshi business opportunities. To give you a brief lift up, Tiens is a company that uses Network Marketing to sell its Health products. Tiens also gives you an opportunity to sell and advertise their products, in return you will be paid commission payments for your work & in a rewarding way. That being said, here are some very important tips to help you achieve your goals.

Before presenting you business concepts make sure you do the following.

Get yourself into Trainings

Training People to work with you and your business can be a challenging thing. Putting yourself in a training program, regularly develops your speech and knowledge about the business. It’s also a magnificent way to learn from other marketers.

Business Requires Time.

Any other successful business out there, No matter how small or giant they are, TIME is their most valued investment. A fraction of seconds in wall street, NY can make a company billions or can cost them just as much. The More time you give to the tiens business, the more your ROI(Return on Investment). Needless to say, an estimated 6 to 8 hours a week is just enough, that is almost a hour every day.

Choosing Tiens Business Partners

A partner can make or break you including your high valued business. The first set of people you should contact and present the business to should be your immediate family members, Your spouse, brothers or sisters and parents. There is many advantages into doing this– First, these are people that you know & trust besides its easy to stand up and tell them what you are up to, second you are more likely to get an honest, Good or Brutal reply. In return, you will cultivate more of your good qualities and amend those which are not.

The second set of people are your friends and work colleagues. These people are just as important as family, why? Because you spend almost half your day chatting or working with them.

Making a good Impression

It always amazes me how things work themselves out in people’s heads. Presenting yourself in a well mannered & society approved way, speaks implicit and is very powerful in network marketing. When People come to listen to your Tiens network marketing business ideas, They want to see themselves in your position & feel the good things that the business will present to them in the future. They want to see that in you.

Tell Facts, Never lie to impress others

Honesty has always been the best policy. Speak facts about you and the company. Do not confuse your future Tiens business partners, by letting them assume Tiens is a pyramid or a ponzi scheme. This will back fire in such a bad way, not only will you lose your partners, but they will be a bad mouth and consider you as a scam artist.

To Succeed When Negotiating Know When To Stop

Many times in imparting negotiation knowledge, the question is posed, how does one know when to stop negotiating?

It’s an easy question to answer, but the answer requires dealing with difficult questions to get there.

Prior to the negotiation, you should create a bracket that encompasses the high and low points in which your efforts might meet, to gain the outcome you seek. Also, take into account other aspects that you deem to be a must have for your efforts to be successful. Once you have those variables in place and you’re at the negotiation table, you’ll have the signals that indicate when to stop negotiating. The only points you then have to address are, how close you are to either extreme of your bracket during the negotiation. The following are ways by which you can gain insight into when to stop.

  1. Be Observant. Watch your and the body language of the other negotiator.

  • a.) Be cognizant of the body language (nonverbal) signals you send to the other negotiator during the negotiation. If your body language misrepresents the intent of your verbiage, the other negotiator will be confused by the message you send.
  • b.) Observe how the other negotiator repositions his body throughout the negotiation (His body language will display discomfort or agreement. It behooves you to know the difference.)

2. Consider where you are emotionally in the negotiation. Be kinesthetic:

  • a.) Try to feel the environment in which you’re negotiating from a kinesthetic perspective. Do so not only to attest to how you feel about what’s occurring in the negotiation, but also from the point of how it’s making you react. If you feel tired, sluggish, or lack-luster and you’ve achieved a level of satisfaction in the negotiation that you can live with, consider concluding the negotiation and accept the gains you’ve achieved.
  • b.) Make the same assessment mentioned in ‘A’ of the other negotiator’s perspective and the outcome she’d be happy with.

3. Pay attention to tactics.

  • a.) Lead the negotiation by directing its flow until you’re challenged. When you get close to the other negotiator’s discomfort zone, he’ll display his uneasiness. Observe his annoyance and determine the direction in which you’ll take the negotiation at that time, based on where you are in your bracket.
  • b.) The other negotiator will give tells as to when he’s experiencing discomfort that’s due to you reaching the outer limits of the range of his bracket. Observe the change in tactics that he employs as you get closer to that range and act accordingly. You’ll gain insight as to how close you are to this continuum if the tactics become more drastic and radical from what has been established as the norm.

Knowing when to conclude a negotiation is paramount to the successful outcome of any negotiation. Negotiate too long and you run the risk of losing gains you’ve acquired. If you don’t negotiate long enough, you run the risk of not acquiring all that you could have gained from the negotiation.

There’s a negotiation tsunami coming. Prepare to defend yourself and enhance your future opportunities. You can do so by increasing your negotiation skills and everything will be right with the world. Now, it’s time to stop. Remember, you’re always negotiating.

Negotiation Quote

“When negotiating, one of the most important ingredients of success is knowing when to stop pursuing success.” – Greg Williams, The Master Negotiator

The Negotiation Tips Are…

  • Too many times, people lose what they’ve gained in a negotiation by not knowing when to quit. Always remember to set your expectations for the outcome of the negotiation and create brackets that signal as to when the time to consider stopping is at hand.
  • Tactics are ever changing in a negotiation. Thus, the more tactics you can use and defend against, the better negotiator you’ll become.
  • Realize you will not win every negotiation. As such, sometimes you have to come up short and lose in a negotiation in order to learn how to succeed and win when negotiating. Recognize when you’re in a winning negotiation position and guard it against loss.

Buying a Timeshare – Don’t Give in to High Pressure Tactics at Timeshare Presentations

Timeshares, also known as fractional ownership, is something that has been around since the first extended family decided to save on the cost of their vacation by sharing the cost of renting a cottage or vacation property.

One of the ways that timeshares are commonly sold is through presentations. I was at one of these and was swayed by the gorgeous photos and the eloquent sales pitch and the endorsement of a lovely, well-dressed, middle-aged couple who were owners. There was also the additional pressure on me because a person I worked with had invited me and I did not want to appear to be questioning her judgment.

I actually bought into the timeshare, but the next day my sense returned and I quickly scrambled into action to figure out how I could get out of the deal. Fortunately, most states have protection in place for buyer’s remorse and I was able to rescind my purchase within a couple of days. Eventually I actually bought two timeshares, but on the resale market and not from a developer and the two of them together cost me much less than that one alone would have cost me.

If you do go to a presentation, be aware that these are the types of psychological pressures you have facing you. There is an aura of people with money who have the resources available to jet off to an exotic resort, there is a lot of hype that excites the part of you that wants to be on the glamorous locale that is being sold. Oh and on top of this, there is the reminder that this is a golden opportunity that is about to slip through your fingertips and won’t you feel silly when it does.

While this might be a perfectly legitimate timeshare opportunity, here is rule number one in avoiding being taken advantage of or spending too much money: Never buy a timeshare on the spot. If it is a good deal, it will still be there tomorrow and the next day. It certainly will be there after you’ve had an opportunity to do a little research online. These are perfectly legal presentation tactics, not unlike what you’ll find at your local car dealer, but if you are cautious you will be much less likely to come out of it with a bad deal on your hands and a hard hit to your wallet.

Some other things to watch out for in shopping for timeshares include being wary of prizes. Especially prizes that ask that you only to pay the shipping and handling. Rule number two: Never pay for anything while you are just looking at timeshares. If they are offering you a digital camera as a prize, trust me — it’s going to be a crappy no-name brand camera, not a Sony. If they are offering you a deal on accommodation, you can probably do better using Orbitz or Priceline. Remember, whatever they are offering, it isn’t free if you have to spend money.

Let common sense prevail. Do not allow yourself to be pressured into a decision and take your time before signing on the dotted line. There are literally thousands of timeshares available for resale all over the world so you won’t be missing out on anything by not signing up immediately.