I came across this invite sheet that a WWDB IBO showed me. The tapespeak is interesting.
Invite for a New Person
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When someone is ready to get started, it is important to help them get started quickly. Teach them to use a simple invite:
1. “I’ve run into some people who are on the front end of an Internet concept.”
1. “They’ve been working on it for 6-½ years and they’ve got it perfected.”
2. “They’re growing like crazy and are looking for help.”
3. “I need to get you in front of a computer for 10 minutes.”
4. “I need to sit down with you for 10 minutes.”
“Are you near a computer? I need to show you a website.”
If they are not near a computer, schedule a time as soon as possible to call them.
If they are, continue. As they are getting their browser up, interject some of the following points into your conversation:
“I met some people who are on the front end of an Internet concept.”
“They have been perfecting it for the last 6-½ years.”
“It’s ready for prime time.”
“They are growing like crazy and are looking for help.”
“It’s going to blow your mind!”
“It’s a concept like Amazon only we get ownership.”
There is only one question the new person will ask at this point: “What is this about or what are they doing?”
Your answer should be, “Have you heard of Amazon? They’ve got a concept similar to Amazon.”
If they encounter a question:
“What is this about?”
Answer: “Have you heard of Amazon? They’ve got a concept similar to Amazon.”
Encourage them to share the Web Tour:
Get the new person access to the Web Tour (online, offline, or a paper copy).
At the end of the Web Tour:
“That’s as far as I can take you.” or “That’s all I’m authorized to show you.”
“I need to get you in front of these people (either live or on the phone).”