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Kim Klaver



Kim Klaver

Kim Klaver, aka Ms. Stud, has been selling things she loves since she was 8. The little Dutch girl with broken English sold more Christmas cards door-to-door in her neighborhood in Grand Rapids, Michigan, than all her friends. In her debut as a professional direct seller, Kim retailed more water filters than anyone in the company's history - nearly $60k in her first month. Five years later, with another product she loved, Kim achieved the highest position in the shortest time in that company's 25-year history. Kim's focus today is helping gentle but determined people grow their network marketing business—those who want to stop sounding salesy, and who want to help their way too success, instead of hype their way to success. Kim's best-selling book, If My Product's so Great, How Come I Can't Sell It? has helped countless networkers sound like normal people again, even when they're presenting their products. Kim studied at MIT, Stanford and Harvard and holds a Masters in Teaching from Harvard.

Sep/Oct 2013 Issue
Why A Students Work for C Students
by Kim Klaver
Why A Students Work for C Students

Mar/Apr 2006 Issue
There Is No Finish Line: You Just Win Every Day
by Kim Klaver
Our guest editorial panel on the nature of the game.

Jan/Feb 2005 Issue
Learn How to Ask for Your Audience
by Kim Klaver

Nov/Dec 2004 Issue
Bananas Go Bad, But Potatoes Are Forever
by Kim Klaver
Why it makes sense to build your business on customers.

March 2003 Issue
Some Leaders Are Simply Walkers
by Kim Klaver

Networking Trainers Article
If My Product's So Great, How Come I Can't Sell It?
by Kim Klaver
In every other business, customers are sacred. Companies do everything they can to woo and keep them. But, how often have you heard, especially from people at the top of your heap, that it's a waste of time to go after customers? That the money is in recruiting business builders? Hmm.

Networking Trainers Article
The Art of Allure - For Entrepreneurs
by Kim Klaver
allure. n. The power to attract; enticement. Do you typically get a glazed look when you tell someone what you do? Or when you tell someone what you market?

Networking Trainers Article
The Five Worst Things You Can Say to Good Prospects
by Kim Klaver
Each week on our big national conference calls, people from the 35 to 45 companies on the line tell us their biggest obstacle to success is this:
Finding good people to talk to and, when they finally have one, getting that person to even LISTEN to the opportunity...

Networking Trainers Article
What Should I Say to Prospects So They Get the Vision?
by Kim Klaver
What should you say to prospects so they get the vision? Not what you've learned to say in traditional network marketing training. There's an integrity crisis in the industry, a huge chasm between what reps are taught to offer prospects and what's true in their experience...

Networking Trainers Article
How to Succeed in MLM Without Being "Salesy"
by Kim Klaver

Have you always wanted to build your MLM business without the need to be a super salesperson or a go-go recruiter? It probably sounded easy in the beginning. You know, the emphasis only on recruiting, the constant “selling” of the opportunity... at some point, you feel like you’ll never succeed if that’s the only way you’ll get to the top. It’s frustrating and you can end up alienating friends and family in the process. What if there were an approach to networking where you can be yourself, where you do not have to compromise your personal values? A program that can help you share your love of helping others while getting the financial success you desire and deserve. A program that shows you how to find the right audience, finally. Take a look at the story of Apple and what it means for you...read more

Products by Kim Klaver:

 If My Product's So Great, How Come I Can't Sell It?
If My Product's So Great, How Come I Can't Sell It?
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