Moving right along, we are debunking myth or lie number three that people believe about referrals. You may have heard this one and knew it wasn't for you. Awesome. But then you see it working - you think?? - for others.
Let's look at why that may (or may not be) as we dive in to part three of our rapid-fire, 4 part series on the most common lies people believe about referrals.
Here are some highlights:
Kickbacks, commissions, rewards, incentives.
More than likely you have found yourself in a position where someone asked or implied they would be open to receiving compensation for referring you.
How'd you respond?
Likely your response had to do with a few key factors. I dive into these to break them down. Use this chart as a guide as I dive in.
And remember to pay close attention to the explanation about affiliate relationships or strategic partners.
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