Armchair Quarterbacks Need Not Apply: JointVentures.com Sales Team Now Recruiting Future MVPs

Morning Folks!!


My partner with JointVentures.com sent this informal email
response about 2 hours after a pretty persistent guy sent us his third or
fourth email saying he was interested in working on our leasing and sales team.
Before we’d ever said anything publicly about leasing sales positions, we’ve
received a LOT of interest from folks assuming quite correctly that what we
plan simply cannot be accomplished by the two of us alone, and they want to get
some of the $$$ earned too. IIRC this
emailed interaction from which we modeled today’s post was 14 days ago, while
our focus was still securing our 2013 listings.


I’m not sure what surprised me more…that the guy Danny
composed the below to as an email is actually one of our 120 domain owner
clients, or that Danny replied to him so quickly with such extremely focused
vision and value exchange. Even I’m not sure how much of all this stuff he’s
had planned out for how long and how much he just creates on the fly as needed!
Either way…I must say, it’s impressive.


BTW, I’ve agreed / not yet agreed with Danny’s “3 and You’re
Free” idea for sales brokers to attend TRAFFIC free of charge for life
(sleeping on it). But we ARE
accepting video applications from applicants for the 12 available sales broker
positions…starting NOW, posted as links right here in the comments of this
blog. How’s that for “out of the box”?


Rick Schwartz


Armchair
Quarterbacks Need Not Apply: JointVentures.com Sales Team Now Recruiting Future
MVPs
By Danny Welsh


There are a buncha people sending us unsolicited resumes and
it's wonderful to see, but we're not quite there yet in our roll-out and
scale-up plan, Michael.


Think of building blocks or Rick's pyramid of priorities he
blogs about all the time when he's bored.
That's an extremely important building
block to exploding revenue in a company that is in need of great sales help,
giving a guy who's ready to kill and eat a chance to do just that
.


But first Rick has been getting the SALES GUYS and ME the
best damn domain names on the planet to take to market. I'm helping too, a
little. :)


So that was our focus til 2/1.


Sales broker opportunities? Yeah, that’s one of the next 2
things on my priorities list.


I will be getting with Rick about more details soon but
here's something tasty for a tiger before we're ready to make a formal
announcement about sales sub-broker opportunities:


You ever seen the
NFL draft? If Rick agrees with me, we're going to reverse it..


Imagine 12 players
(that's you and 11 others) doing their research to make their #1-10 draft picks
of teams (those are domains) in a live, round-robin format once our sub-brokers
are hired they'll have 7 days to prepare for.


And you are getting a head start to research our
'teams' and figure out for YOU who your #1 draft picks would be. We're
going to make this business FUN and if you're a stick in the mud or debbie
downer, they won't have a place in OUR game, Michael.


100 of Rick's domain
names will be included in the draft,
and a select # of 100 or so of our 3rd party listings.


Simple, straight forward, no bullshit.


$500 cash deal completion fee plus 5% across the board of all
lump sum and long-term money (lease fee, lease deposit, lease-option sale
buyout, straight sale, etc)


'Who else wants $500 cash plus 5% of $5000/mo for as
many as 5 years or more and then a chance for 5% of $5,000,000 buyout?'
kind of thing. This could be really nice residual money and you’re doing GOOD
by connecting two parties (domain owner and domain tenant buyer) who will both
WIN when doing business together.


Sub-broker's role
will be to use my marketing help throughout the next months and years to bring
parties to the table already willing and able to pay the amount of money per
month (or close) the domain is priced at on a lease.


Qualified, interested, saying 'yes' to the monthly
lease amount = done deal in most cases you'd get paid for, though some DO take
time to go to closing. Here’s one caveat, though, and something that we do that
might appear counter-intuitive. While
that party says 'yes' is NOT the time like in most sales to “get the
deal done” immediately…nor to let it simmer.


With a unique ASSET
when there's only one in the world, when one party is qualified and ready to
pay that's when you turn up the HEAT and bring other parties to the table too.


They compete, you win no matter what, and only ONE of them
gets to win.


Is that sneaky? Maybe. But that’s the price Corporate
America will pay for sitting on their damn hands when they should have listened
to the innovative marketing people in their OWN companies who have been saying
for years “I really think we should do
something to get the unused Category.com domain name, boss! I really think it
would increase sales”
only to be told by a moron in middle management who
knows NOTHING about internet marketing, increasing sales, or domain names
something to the effect of: “If it’s so valuable, why isn’t anyone using it?”


Time to bypass the scarcity and security-minded morons
afraid of making a mistake and break on through to the CEO who has balls with
the message that THIS is one decision he needs to make IMMEDIATELY, before his
competition strikes faster.


I’ll teach you how to reach the decision maker and if you’re
the right guy, all you need to sell is already written in the sales manual that
is JointVentures.com.


Here’s the truth, pal:
knowing what we do about how AFFORDABLE it is to lease a Rings.com quality
domain name for a $100,000 per year to the RIGHT company...when you (sales
broker) win, and we (JointVentures.com) win, then so too do our client (domain
owner) and the business who wants that domain name too.


Think
WIN-WIN-WIN-WIN.


Rick will handle all domain-specific and more creative
deal-specific questions and negotiations, lease buyout formulas etc.


Though anything goes for creative deal-making so long as the cash that
goes to our JointVentures.com client is FIRST.


If you want to do as I have done and negotiate 'Free
Food for Life' at a restaurant in exchange for a domain name...go for it
.


If you want to put a
WaterJetPack in your garage, then the deal should include one for us and one
for the owner of WaterJetPack.com in exchange for a reasonable reduction in the
cash fee to lease his domain name.


If you want free
lessons on flying a jet from a fighter pilot...you're going to have to fight me
for FlightInstructor.com, because I guarantee you when things slow down I WILL
be marketing that domain name for Morgan Schwartz and I have no problem at all
telling the companies that want it that the first to sign, write a check, and
put me and our client Morgan into a jet at supersonic speed just once...gets
the domain lease they all want.


You get the idea? Yeah...this is how I think. EVERYTHING is
a joint venture. :)


Protected properties and warm leads for proven producers.


Great commissions.


Residuals.


Bonus contests with unheard-of payouts.


So long as it’s your client you bring in that does the
domain leasing deal, then for as long as Rick and I get paid, the sales sub-broker
who finessed the other party into a deal will too, and that includes on sales
buyouts too.


As long as you can
prove you added value to the negotiation, anyway, I will trust first and verify
and you will NEVER see me take money out of a guy's pocket that he knows he
earned.
But just sending an email saying JointVentures.com ain't gonna cut
it. I can hire a 3rd world country person happy for an opportunity to send
emails all day long.


These are high level deals and while our team will use
infusionsoft affiliate tracking to give you links etc for tracking cookies,
it's up to you to stay on top of your leads as they come in, our ops team
filters them to you as they raise their hand saying 'I'm interested'
by filling out a form on our website, and your role to continue following up
until they say 'Where do I sign?'...including letting them know AFTER it's leased to someone else that it
is no longer available.


That’s called “You snooze, you lose” and almost no one in
sales does it because they don’t have a UNIQUE PRODUCT that has no viable
alternative for a discerning buyer.


We do. And if selected for our program, you will too. They
missed out on Divorcee.com? Well, offer them Divorcing.com after the first one
is gone. They hesitated too long on TabletComputer.com and it’s now leased to
their competition? Maybe they’d like to tender and offer for
TabletComputers.com before we go to market with it next and they run the risk
that their company that makes and sells tablet computers online may become
increasingly irrelevant in a sea of “me-too” competitors who do the same damn
thing and have to “build a brand” when they could have just wrote a check to
get one.


Like I said, we'll have a blast.


Hell, pick your own email address and brand identity to use
while it's unused. That way you're not calling from JointVentures.com if you
don't want to be.


Want to be the only Amy@Cutie.com in the world? John@eLandlord.com
? Jill@SellProducts.com
? Tom@MeetPartners.com
? Tina@SexyUnderwear.com
just for the shock value?


Come on, have fun with this one. I DARE someone to call
advertising agencies and Inc 500 companies and say “This is Michael with
AdvertisingCompany.com, calling for President _______ about his/her interest in
making more sales this year. Thanks in advance for putting me through.”


They'll get past
gatekeepers and thru to the CEO so often it'll make your head spin just from
the PERCEIVED LEGITIMACY of a domain name like that matched as a business. It
can still be PARKED because it won’t matter to perception during that ONE phone
call.


Don’t believe me? Make 50 targeted phone calls and come back
and tell me I’m the only person who can do it. I guarantee you I’m NOT, pal.
I’m good…but I’m not the best sales guy out there. I just know how to be Danny@Sneaky.com
and sometimes being sneaky a little bit is what you need to get a message to
the right decision-maker at the right company at the right time to make the
right decision to seize an opportunity…before his company loses the once-in-a-lifetime
opportunity to get Category.com on never-before-offered affordable leasing
terms to their “Category” industry competitor forever.


OK so you've got me off track and I have a half-dozen
contracts to process in my inbox right now...so let me just say I'm glad you
reached out again and I'm excited that YOU'RE excited.


There's one thing I want to run by Rick because it's his
business with Howard Neu, not mine...but frankly I'm going to try and twist his
arm to agree to a '3 and you're free' deal for our sales team of sub-brokers
to attend T.R.A.F.F.I.C
. So long as you have 3 monthly paying
domain lease deals, call it a perk and a chance to have some cameraderie and
build your network on our dime. Again I don't have any pull with Rick to get
people discounts or special offers to T.R.A.F.F.I.C. in exchange for them
choosing to become a JointVentures.com client but I WILL ask him to make a
special exception for the guys who maybe can't afford T.R.A.F.F.I.C. but are
busting their ass to make something great happen on our sales team instead of
bitching and moaning that Rick Schwartz is somehow 'lucky'.


Frankly I don't have that kind of power, only Rick himself
and his partner with the conference. I'm optimistic he and Howard may give ME a
special deal on attending T.R.A.F.F.I.C. and being a sponsor, maybe even
speaking if the people want me to...but even that is uncertain. Have you tried negotiating with Rick
Schwartz? ;) Let's say I'd be VERY surprised if a TRAFFIC special deal for
becoming a JointVentures.com client were to happen, but I'll go to the mat with
Rick for anyone that's making he and I money in sales to get it. It's just a
different scenario, and everyone who's used to paying $1500 to come and it's no
biggie for them shouldn't complain. We'll see what Rick thinks so PLEASE don't
share that idea with anyone!


If all that intrigues you, stay in touch.


You're MY #1 pick just from the fact that you put your balls
out there and say what you say, asking for opportunity.


I told you a few weeks ago that guys like you and me are a
rare breed, pal. Well, it's time to create an INSTANT ARMY of us. I'm already
looking for the Sergeant so I can move up to Captain and prepare the way for
being the Colonel with the more leadership-oriented responsibilities I need to
be to make this all work. Rick of course is and always will be the
General...but if I could just share with you how much this guy they call the
Domain King has taught me about business and making stuff happen in the last
few months, your jaw would drop.


For the right guy or gal, with the right skills, and the
right mindset, this is the opportunity of a lifetime.


And even though I know damn well Rick and I will be training
our competition within maybe 3 years when you start getting massive success...I
just don't worry about that stuff.


BRING IT!


Danny Welsh


JointVentures.com


P.S. Sorry, but email address danny@stud.com is going to be
taken whenever I get around to asking it to be set up. But you can have next
pick on that scenario.


Have fun with it, cuz if it ain't fun it ain't worth doing.




48 thoughts on “Armchair Quarterbacks Need Not Apply: JointVentures.com Sales Team Now Recruiting Future MVPs

  1. BillW

    @Danny- regarding below quote:
    Not only BAD BUSINESS, but unprofessional strategy IMO. It is worse than not only being sneaky (as you say), but sleazy as well… especially when a company is”ready to pay”. I think you will find that when most businesses and corporations do deals they will want the WHOLE deal in writing and that includes being able to close on agreed terms. If your going to pull stunts like this on clients you are looking for long term business deals with I sure I wouldn’t suggest publically bragging about it.
    QUOTE DANNY: With a unique ASSET when there’s only one in the world, when one party is qualified and ready to pay that’s when you turn up the HEAT and bring other parties to the table too.
    They compete, you win no matter what, and only ONE of them gets to win.
    Is that sneaky? Maybe. But that’s the price Corporate America will pay for sitting on their damn hands…..

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  2. DonnyM

    To me it’s smart not sneaky. It’s just competition that’s all.
    If they know they are the only one bidding for your name, well that gives them the advantage. Companies do the same thing to individuals when bidding out a service. 5 bids will go out and lowest price usually gets the project. They have the advantage.
    Difference is a domain name is unique so we should take advantage of that. If you have no ammo like a shitty domain name then it is a different story.
    Most CEO’s really don’t know much about domain names, once these new shitty extensions come out they will be scrambling to get additional .com names.
    Getting through the gatekeeper is easy if the company is in your local state. That is where I could see doing something in the future with jointventures locally in my own town and taking 5%
    Just my opinion.
    DonnyM

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  3. eh

    Danny,
    nice post.
    Its a WIN-WIN-WIN-WIN!
    The Corporations end up with
    most of the pie, anyway,
    so, no need to cry for the corporations.
    They get to squeeze your orange and take most of the juice.

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  4. BillW

    @DonnyM
    You are correct; competition is good and the more interested parties the better while any deals are in negotiating stage. During that phase, its game on!
    But what Danny stated above was was (QUOTE):
    “when one party is qualified and ready to pay that’s when you turn up the HEAT and bring other parties to the table too.”
    So basically when a Client/Company has ACCEPTED THE PRICE AND ACCEPTED THE DEAL, and is”READY TO PAY” you take the deal to other competitors with intent to (effectively) NOT HONOR THE DEAL YOU OFFERED AND AGREED TO?
    Maybe to you this is”smart business”….but I would venture that to 99.9% of all Fortune 500 business executives this would be seen as unprofessional and boardering on a dishonest business practice.

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  5. illino.is

    Is it not possible ‘though that large US corps already
    know what’s best for their own business, and that many
    of them decided years ago that they just DIDN’T NEED a
    generic .com domain?
    Lets not forget, many of these corps have access to
    the finest marketing minds in the world, and don’t care
    too much about a bit of ‘type in’, but apparently;
    They all STILL need ‘re-educating’ on the merits of a .com…
    By a tiny group of money-making wannabee’s called ‘domainers’…
    Who ALL have a bias and a vested interest…
    With little-to-no marketing expertise…
    (my, this is a long one isn’t it ;)
    And most of them have no business experience either…
    So all this hyperbole about.com, and other ‘walter mitty’
    style talk is fooling no one. And I don’t need exclamation
    marks after each sentence, and to be using ‘sensational’
    type language, to make a point – truth never needs that.
    Here’s a question for anyone to have a go at:
    “If .com really is this marketing panacea, then why would
    this blog need to ‘sell’ this truth, in every single post
    it makes?”
    Surely, if this were the truth, then it wouldn’t need to be
    said at all…

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  6. Mark B

    I hope the real life sales pitches aren’t as long as these blog posts… I can just imagine a CEO being given the pitch staring at his watch, wondering,”Is this EVER going to end”

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  7. UFO

    Admittedly, thats why I pulled out. Sorry about that, I decided to think about it and days turned to weeks. I don’t sign anything unless I am 100% sure that I want to commit for the requured period etc etc.
    My approach and professional orientation is corporate. I know how the corporate head offices work, and trying the approach with what I see, I believe won’t work on them, it really won’t. You get one shot at the big players and it needs to be the best. Domains like rings.com and others need to be crafted and shown basically in a business case (Perhaps more of a HLF with some verbage as a selling statement – I’d go for the marketing department and if you can get their buy in then they’ll present to senior exec’s).
    I do think Rick is the best player in town though, the scores chalked up on the board pretty much show that.
    Anyway, success breeds success, if this joint ventures works then more and more high quality domains will migrate into the process. Just call some of conservative late adopters….

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  8. Jeff Schneider

    @ Bill W.
    RE :”Maybe to you this is”smart business”….but I would venture that to 99.9% of all Fortune 500 business executives this would be seen as unprofessional and boardering on a dishonest business practice.”
    A really experienced Sales professional would not reveal his full hand in the negotiating process, as Danny has stated for educational purposes above.Fear of loss tactics can be conveyed to both sides of the table with subtle nuances. Fear is a powerful sales motivator and is used in all professional Marketing fields. You are choosing one little aspect as reasoning for failure. Besides 99.9% of all fortune 500 companies use fear of loss techniques themselves, especially upper management decision makers. All strategic High Ground Holders expect these tactics, its a given so whats your point? Your reasoning that end user and negotiator will not come to the table unless both sides come from moral high ground? History proves that when irreplaceable assets are at stake two parties always come to the table regardless.

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  9. Jeff Schneider

    “If .com really is this marketing panacea, then why would
    this blog need to ‘sell’ this truth, in every single post
    it makes?”
    Repetition is the mother of all learning of unrecognized truths. Guess what Marketing genius said that?
    Gratefully, Jeff Schneider (Contact Group) (Metal tiger)

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  10. UFO

    “If .com really is this marketing panacea, then why would
    this blog need to ‘sell’ this truth, in every single post
    it makes?”
    Also this blog indexes highly so its all good for getting more traffic and more eyeballs.
    Interesting to see the sale of Runners.com Sportsgear.com and Sportgear.com which currently point to dickssportinggoods.com, Now are they a buyer or seller? Lets wait and see, if they are a buyer then they might be cooking up a generic competitor that they can own and tap a different market segment, or if they are a sellor then they believe there is so much competition that owning these domains make no difference and their brand is strong enough to negate the loss from any type in traffic on a cost benefit relative to the 300k+ they were sold as a bundle.

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  11. Dr Domainer

    Danny does have diamonds in his writing and this is a great chance
    for the right people. I believe both you guys could make your lives
    easier and become even more successful changing the formula.
    Dr Domainer will be like the song writer in this band with some
    of the biggest hits.
    “As long as you can prove you added value to the negotiation, anyway
    , I will trust first and verify and you will NEVER see me take money out
    of a guy’s pocket that he knows he earned.”
    I’m very happy with these words because this is a once in a lifetime
    changing chance.
    My LEADS will come via my platform coming soon.
    Dr Domainer

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  12. Rick Schwartz

    BillW,
    Can’t be too sneaky when he states it in front of the entire world.
    I can guarantee that if we have one client in negotiations and he has yet to sign a deal and we have yet to agree on one, then all is fair game. I can also guarantee that once we have a deal in hand, then no further anything is done with anyne else.
    I think it is more like this and what we do at auctions but Danny went a step too far. At an auction you try and get as many folks there as possible to compete for one name. What you don’t do at an auction is have an auction and then after you get the highest bidder you bring in a new group to bid against him. That ain’t gonna happen.
    But make no mistake, until there is a meeting of the minds, signing of a contract and money passing hands, then the domain is open game for anyone to swoop in and grab. THAT is why there is a sense of urgency in this equation.
    If I am looking at an apartment and I am still negotiating over this and that and somebody comes in and is ready to sign and give a deposit, I either make a decision then or game over. Those folks are going to rent the apartment to the first one thst signs the lease and gives a deposit.

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  13. Newgrl

    I wanted to ask you to please delete, my video after you watch it.
    As I have deleted it from YouTube, however your site is still able to play it.
    Thank you ..
    Angela

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  14. BillW

    Hi Rick,
    Thanks for stating”I can also guarantee that once we have a deal in hand, then no further anything is done with anyone else”. That is a good business and I wish much success.
    I think Danny was just being a bit overzealous in his enthusiastic sales approach. I think it’s perfect business strategy to leverage a sale by letting one potential buyer know others are eyeing the same opportunity. In the case of unique”one of a kind” assets like domains even more so.

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  15. Danny Welsh

    A wise man once told me, find people who impress you and let them.
    That’s what this is all about.
    So far Rick and I have received over 40 emailed inquiries about our sales and sub-broker positions with video application deadline 03/01/13. Each have been told we won’t watch their video or consider their interest until and unless their video is posted here publicly.
    Sorry, but we’re not looking for TALKERS…but looking for a special kind of DOER for our inaugural 12 person sales team. If the prospect of posting a video selling yourself online makes you fearful, I could never set you up representing Rick and I on a conference call with an end user company CEO, much less expect you to get thru to the same to make a pitch WITHOUT any appointment whatsoever if needed.
    There’s no room for a WUSS on a team of KAMIKAZES.
    THREE PEOPLE have had the courage to post here, and that says something about the passive nature of this industry called”domaining”.
    If you can’t look into the camera and say”Rick and Danny, here is why I WILL be one of the 12 sales ninjas chosen for the 2013 JointVentures.com Sales Team…” and proceed to sell yourself, then sorry but you are WEAK.
    There’s no room for a WEAK PERSON in an army of GLADIATORS.
    It would upset Rick and his kind-hearted desire to”give back” or whatever, but if I need to I’ll simply take this opportunity away from the readers Rick asked me to give it to here on his blog of people he assured me included a number of hungry folks who were smart enough to realize opportunity unlike any your industry has ever seen for a talented sales person…
    Fail to take action NOW…and I’ll simply be forced to find an existing domain brokerage with a track record selling that is happy to co-broker domain leasing on a non-exclusive basis for the 150 or so properties we are making available for active co-broker or sub-broker participation this year. For any brokerage with average sales of $20,000 to sell a domain…leasing instead at $20,000 per year with residual commissions is an easy decision.
    And that would be a damn shame.
    Danny Welsh
    JointVentures.com

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  16. Rick Schwartz

    And here is one of the places that Danny and I disagree just a little bit.
    I don’t think our opportunity is best suited to domainers. We will get some.
    But we need hungry sales people and I see them all day long selling JUNK for peanuts and earning peas
    .
    I want to go to other industries where sales are much harder and less rewarding and then retrain them. Funny, I can get to a willing mind and have them understand domains in 60 minutes.
    That is why I chose March 1 as the cutoff for folks INSIDE the domain industry.
    I think we will get 6 at most. Danny thinks we will get 12. We’ll see.
    But then I am going to get 6 that know nothing about domains but are willing to learn, hungry and KNOW how to sell. Could end up being a competition. Which side do you think will win?

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  17. Jeff Schneider

    Hello Brian F.
    One of my gifts is Intuitive senses about people places and things. My read on you from video only passes the parameters test at least mine anyways.
    I would bet you even understand my premise that the gTLD introduction will introduce and train the masses to start typing in Web browser Adresses to both the left of the dot and also the right of the dot. You may also sense that Ricks timing and reputation to take advantage of this trend is optimal. Good luck
    Gratefully, Jeff Schneider (Contact Group) (Metal Tiger)

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  18. BrianF

    I do think there is something to be said for a “SALESPERSON” who has excellent interpersonal and communication skills. However, my belief is that an individual who is passionate about the industry (domaining) they work in will out sell a “SALESPERSON” coming from a different industry any day of the week.
    You can teach someone how to sell but you can’t teach someone how to be passionate.
    I have a passion for this industry and a tremendous desire to succeed. I’m ready to get started. March 1st??? What are we waiting for!!! :)

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  19. CateTV

    Rick and Danny – I know”diddly squat” about domain names even though I own”some” :) but I definitely have a willing mind :) Having done thousands of videos/interviews so far in my lifetime, as well as help others do the same, I have experienced/know the fear that”those humans” have – even if it means they won’t get a job, win a contest, or what not :) I know lots of excellent sales folks who know their product inside and out, as well have passion, enthusiasm for what they do and are trusted in their industry. I totally understand where you’re coming from as far as”domaines” may be concerned but just in case there are some folks out there who have e mailed you inquiries/interest who just have a gut fear of doing a video – I’d like to extend to them my help in doing a video interview w them to help overcome that – so there goes the excuse for those who really want to sell/hungry but …
    On that note – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uA-dOblngSk

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  20. Dr Domainer

    Takes a LONG TIME to find DIAMONDS in LIFE!!
    When you finally have them in your life NEVER
    let them go. Pure inside and out.
    This is the type of people you need on the TEAM.
    You might find 5 this year who SUPER IMPRESS
    if you are LUCKY. JV is not going to get to the HIGHEST
    LEVEL until people joining the team bring something
    new to the table. Rick has mentioned (School of now)
    before so please show what you are cooking in the lab
    and show why this would be your LIFE!!You NEED to prove
    you will be like a woodpecker until you succeed.
    Gloves off and step it UP. I don’t just want to get picked
    my mission is to be the HEADLINE act.
    So get the POPCORN ready!!
    My video is coming soon Domain Checkmate formula.
    I’m going to PROVE in my video FACTS why Joint Ventures
    need me on their team.

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  21. Anthony Silva

    I am submitting a second take on my video interview. The first one was an imposter and a bad one at that. Cmon now how many diesel mechanics know how to tie a double windsor?
    I am looking forward to bringing value to the team and remember
    If you see someone without a smile
    Give them yours!
    Here is my video interview…..
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wDdRc_SJSA

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  22. Cate

    Great Video Anthony !
    Here’s a smile for you as well :). You say you haven’t been in sales but you really have :) Service is sales and sounds like you’ve had years of experience doing just that! Hope we both make the team :). We all help each other :)

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  23. Cate

    excellent video(s) Brandon!!!
    Love your creativity/hustle ! It would be an honor to serve on the same team with you if we both get selected!! :)

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  24. Cate

    Looking forward to seeing you vid Dr. !
    I’m humbly serve on the same team as you if we both get picked!! You can be the HEADLINE and we’ll take care of the moving”Neck” ok :)

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  25. Cate

    Brian – look forward to being on the same team with you if we both get picked ! Although I might not know this particular”industry” I ‘m quite confident that your knowledge/skills will help make us all a stronger team and just perhaps some of the skills/other industries/life that he rest of us will bring to the table might help you and JV as a whole perhaps :)

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  26. Cate

    Hello Newgrl from and”Old Girl” :) wasn’t able to see your application but look forward to being on the same team with you if we are both picked :)

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  27. Joshua

    Hey Rick and Danny -
    Thank you for taking the time to watch and for the great opportunity!
    Look forward to hearing from you.
    Regards -
    Joshua

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  28. Cate

    Michael – just got done watching your vid :) – Congrats! You are a true leader and I hope I get the opportunity to work with you sir! :)

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