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Old March 17, 2017, 01:54 PM
Glenn Glenn is offline
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Default How Jerry Used Flirt Tipping to REFER HIMSELF To a Client-Prospect

Thanks Gordon,

Successful SALESMANSHIP.

You know how all the books about S*ELLING say, "It's Important to make people
LIKE you."

But don't explain How to do that.

Well.

Lotto ticket Flirt Tipping can help put you in the "LIKE" category.

When done well.

But it's Important to keep in mind that - even if you EXPECT Great Results -
you often get nothing Extra when LOTTO ticket tipping this way.

But when you GET Rapport and your waiter or waitress
LIKES YOU - then all kinds of good things happen.

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Hey Glenn,

So i have a new testimonial for ya!

A few days ago i went out to eat with just me and my son. I went to Olive Garden
to take advantage of their "unlimited meal". That is where you can choose from
their dishes and eat all you can for $14.99.

So i started the meal off with telling the waitress that i tip a little different then
she is use to and i thanked her for coming over to assist me and my son and i
gave her $2 Lucky Dog Doubler lotto ticket and a $1 gold coin(only had one) and
told her i hope she wins the $25,000.

She was shocked and said thanks like 5 times.

I noticed i got a few looks from the tables around me at that point. I also over heard the table next to me talking shop about real estate investing.

So i told the waitress i couldn't decide if i wanted a salad or soup to start and
finally i chose the chicken gnocchi soup and the spaghetti.

I didn't order anything for my son because he is 3 years old and i wasn't sure if
he was going to eat anything. The waitress brought over our waters and i tipped
her a $1 and she seemed surprised and thanked me again.

Shortly after that she brought my soup and bread sticks and i tipped her another $1 and she thanked me again.

Then i got my first bonus as she brought me a salad and said since i was having
trouble deciding between the soup and salad she thought she would bring me
both :O) I tipped her another $1.

My son started eating the bread sticks so i asked for some more of those and
more soup which was brought promptly! I tipped another $1.

My spaghetti then came and i ate about 1/2 and my son ate some as well. I then
ordered the fett alfredo and tipped another $1 when that came out.

i ate about 1/2 of that and ordered a lasagna. By that time i was completely
stuffed and couldn't eat anymore so i asked for a to go container.

Technically you are not supposed to bring any food to go with the all you can eat
but the waitress was so happy at this point she was more then willing to bring
me a to go box for my left over spaghetti , fett alfredo , a full order of uneaten
lasagna , a little container for the left over chicken gnocchi soup a bag full of
bread sticks and a handful of the andi's candies mints that they give out at the
end of the meal that i love so much.

So the real estate investors next to me watched this all go down and sparked up
a conversation with me and since i do the same thing i was able to make a great
contact and get a referral for a real estate attorney.

So to recap for about $30 in total i ate soup , salad, bread sticks, spaghetti, Fett
Alfredo , lasagna and fed my son. And took home enough food to have 2nds for
my son and I and completely feed my wife.

So basically 5 meals.

And i got a great contact and referral name that who knows could be worth how
much down the road! Not too bad huh ?

Dependably yours,

Jerry
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