You’re guilty of the same thing.
Hey, I’m not pointing fingers at you any more than I’m pointing them at myself. I’m guilty, too. So let’s fix this together.
I’ve used the “I’m busy” excuse before. For me, it’s usually about priorities. For others, it’s about fear. Some just prefer to avoid confrontation and “I’m busy” is an easier way out.
No matter what the reason, when a person says, “I don’t have time”, it really means “I’m not going to MAKE time for that.”
Want to know how to respond — to your prospect AND to yourself? Want to hear a few other common excuses you’re tired of hearing and what they really mean?
Watch this 3-minute video from Network Marketing Pro Eric Worre.
(And don’t say you’re “too busy”!)