If you really want to connect with your market, just be Frank

by Adam Bean on October 12, 2011

Pardon the pun, but I just couldn’t resist!                                                                                                                    

Today I want to introduce you to one of the big influences on me (Frank Kern) not only from a marketing perspective, but also from a “Social” perspective. You see the way we conduct ourselves and the quality way that we connect with our customers online is becoming vitally important.

And Frank is a brilliant example of how to be true to yourself and not conform to what other people think you should be and act like.

But what exactly can you learn from a surfer/self confessed  one time failed door to door salesman?

I mean why is it that Frank connect’s so well and people love him so much?

Well for one thing he isn’t afraid to piss some people off, he is what he is and makes no excuses for it. Sometimes he swears but that is part of his personality, as he said in a recent webinar I was listening to….

“It’s called mass control, not mass f$#% around”  I am not joking he actually said that, but I am willing to bet that is just the way Frank the surfer from La Jolla, California  would chat to you if you were sitting checking out the sets at his local break.

The thing that really stands out to me about Frank though is his genuine desire to help people improve their situation, as you will see in the video below.

The world needs real marketers that are prepared to stand up and say….

Hey there isn’t a magic button that you can just push and have all the wealth you want and have your dreams automatically come true.

But if you go out and do the following “work” the results will come your way.

Anyway this video explains the four step process that Frank used to become the success he is today.

Frank Kern, John Reese, Tony Robbins Interview

 

Remember…..

When you are ready to learn how to make your business Stand Out, give me a call, because that is what I do

 

Cheers Beanie

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David Stevens October 12, 2011 at 10:26 pm

Hey Beanie,
My site/practice is a ‘hype free’ zone, best way to go.
be good to yourself
David

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