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How to Make a Great First Impression on Stage

This week’s question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from Hilda. Hi David, I have my first speaking opportunity coming up in 3 weeks. I can’t sell from stage, but I can make a free offer. I’m having trouble deciding how to start my talk. Do I thank the host and…

The Difference Between Goals and Having a Vision

This week’s question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from Ryan. Hi David, I’ve heard you mention goals quite often in your teaching. I’m confused… is a goal like a vision? Can you please clarify for me? Hi Ryan and thanks for the wonderful question. A vision is a clear picture…

[8 Steps To A Live Presentation
That Sells Series]
Article #16 ~ Step 8: The Close
How to Price It Right

You’re in the home stretch of your presentation ~ the close. You’ve talked about the features of your program, told the audience the results they’re going to get, and the staff has just passed out the order forms. Now, it’s time to answer an important question for the audience: Is the price right? “Right” is…

6 Point Checklist for Enrolling Clients into High-End Programs

This week’s question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from Marianne. Dear David, I have a strong desire to build a successful business, but how do I convince my prospects to invest in my high-end programs? I know, without a doubt, that I can help them. How can I make THEM…

Are successful people really selfish?

This week’s question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from Alex. Dear David, I have been passionate about building my business. I invest, I work hard, and do my best to provide for my family. I feel I’m generous with money, and yet I still overhear people in my inner circle…

[8 Steps To A Live Presentation
That Sells Series]
Article #15 ~
The All-Important Order Form

If you want to have a prosperous close, you have to control the sales environment. Again, the close is the portion of your presentation that is specifically devoted to selling your product or service. One of the quickest ways to lose control is to pass out your order form too early. Picture it. What do…

Goals & Time: Friends or Enemies?

This week’s question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from Mark. Hi David! Thanks for taking my question! How do you determine what is reasonable when setting timelines for goal attainment? Hi Mark! Sometimes, time is not a factor when setting goals, and other times, it’s important to do your research…

How to Set Goals and Follow Through (Every Time)

This week’s question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous. David, Can you please explain how you break the pattern of not following through for yourself? I don’t trust myself, and feel completely deflated when setting goals because I’ve failed so many times. Thanks so…

[8 Steps To A Live Presentation
That Sells Series]
Article #14 ~ Steps 7 & 8
Lay It All Out

If you’ve applied Steps 1-6 of my formula for a live presentation that sells, you’re rounding the bases and getting ready to slide into home. You’re now ready for “the close” ~ the portion of your talk that is specifically devoted to selling the product or service that will be available in the back of…

How to up-level your lifestyle from your current income

This week’s question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from Hollis. Hi David, I would like to understand how to deal with (bridge, perhaps?) the two worlds of knowing what lifestyle I want to lead and actively desiring it, and also being aware of where I currently am financially. Do I…

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