Everyone has one.
Even if they don’t know it.
(And most don’t.)
Your Unique Selling Proposition.
And even if you’re not selling anything, or marketing anything, or in a business of any kind…you actually are.
Because at some level you’re trying to gain influence with someone, or with a group of people.
And truth, if you’re reading this, you didn’t get here by accident. It’s pretty likely you’re a merchant or entrepreneur of some sort.
You have a proposition. You want to sell your product, or service.
Or you want people to partner up with you so you can leverage your energy.
Here’s the problem…
The propositions start to look alike.
The pitches…they start to look alike.
Go to Facebook after you’re done reading this note. Check out the home business groups.
Or look at the paid ads on the right side of the page, or the sponsored posts in the news feed.
What’s unique about them?
What makes you say, this is the one I want to throw down with?
If everyone is telling you how to about how to score, what sets people apart?
Here’s the answer…
Mine is using a 26 year career in counseling, coaching and education to help people remove the blocks to their success and create breakthroughs.
Diane’s is being the Queen of Attraction Marketing. It’s not an empty
slogan when you’re the # 1 affiliate in the largest online attractionmarketing training system on the Internet.
You have your own.
Most people don’t know what there’s is…for a bunch of different reasons.
But mostly because they haven’t found the personal sense of self and confidence to explore it…and live it.
So they hide behind company produced videos and sales copy.
And when it’s time to make a real connection, they hit the panic button.
Are you following that person?
Find your strength…even if it’s the quiet, calm, confident kind.
Or find your niche….that group of people who are just like you, and that you can help with whatever you’re promoting.
Then the rest of it gets fun.
What is your Unique Selling Proposition?
What do you have of value to contribute in ways others do not, or to people others don’t reach?
Comment below. Like, share and Tweet above. Someone is waiting for your example to find their own Unique Selling Proposition.