Prepare to Be Amazed

Attraction marketing secret to magically attract targeted leads to you ImageDid you know there is one attraction marketing secret that has been around forever?

It’s used by magicians, circus ring leaders, and entertainers around the world and it can make your business and you so attractive, you’ll hardly be able to resist wanting to become your prospect yourself.

For some reason, it seems that only a few people online and offline are using this attraction marketing secret.  And the ones who are using it, do it so subtly that it slips under the radar of others.

You see, most marketers you find in social media go about attraction marketing all wrong.  They think they need to use hype, tall tales, and celebrities to sell their products and services.

And ironically, because they are so ineffective, they actually make it easier for the rest of us clever marketers to stand out and be even more attractive.  But before I get into the details of this attraction marketing secret, I want to set the scene with a short, but powerful video:

Prepare to be amazed! Watch for the attraction marketing secret in the video:

Taking the Secret Out of Attraction Marketing:

Did you catch what the attraction marketing secret was?  He sunk 95 balls (if I counted correctly).  How many do you think he missed during his practice?  How many hours do you think he practiced?  Did you see the paint worn off the board he used to for bouncing his ping pong balls?

Boiled down to it’s most basic element, the secret to great attraction marketing is practice.

To become great at attraction marketing, you need to pick one thing and practice it until you become great.  Picking one area or skill-set and becoming one of the best in the world at your one great thing.  Practicing it, refining your skills, getting better and better.  Attraction marketing practice makes progress.

The Great News for Attraction Marketing Students:

The great news about attraction marketing is that it’s an earn as you learn marketing strategy.  As you practice, you will come across people who are just beginning who will be amazed with your skill level and want to learn from you.  (“Every 4th grader is a god in the eyes of a 3rd grader.”)  As you improve your skills, you’ll attract more and more people.

The attraction marketing secret to success is not hype, or flashy marketing concepts.  It’s the subtle confidence you’ll gain as you improve your skills, that will attract people to you and help you reach success.  The hard work, positioning yourself as a leader in the eyes of others, but most importantly in the eyes of yourself, is what makes you attractive.

Unattractive Marketing: The Game of the Unpracticed Marketer:

Think about how it feels to watch someone who isn’t great at what they do.

For example, although I love my kids and find them totally adorable most of the time, but both my girls have gone through the dumb joke phase in their life.  (My son’s not there yet…)

They want to be funny, they want to amaze us with their whit, but jokes like:

“Knock, knock.”

“Whose there?”


“Orange who?”

“Orange you glad to see me?”

…aren’t really funny the first time, let alone the 20th.  But because they’re our kids, we laugh, and then helped them practice a few jokes that were a bit more funny, so they could show off to the grandparents.

People trying to use attraction marketing trying to build a you inc business in social media who don’t really know what they’re doing sound just as cheezy as my kid’s initial jokes.  They use the same old hyped up and worn out lines that aren’t effective in the least.

It doesn’t matter how amazing your products are, how awesome your compensation plan is, how fast your upline made it to the top.  What matters is how you can help your prospects solve their problems, reach their goals, and achieve their dreams.

And the only way to really do that, is to get great at something that solves the problems they are going to face when they join a company.  Things like: traffic generation, list building, lead generation, leadership, prospecting, presenting, coaching and training, copywriting, internet marketing, social media marketing, sales, email marketing, pay per click advertising, and video marketing, just to name a few of the skill sets that are needed to be successful in business today.

The good news…

You don’t have to be great at all of them to be great at attraction marketing.  You can build a team of people who all have different skills and you can help each other reach success in your businesses.

The bad news…

It takes focus, practice, mistakes, failures, and missed attempts to get good enough at something to really become effective at attraction marketing.

So, now it’s your turn to show of what you know and practice your attraction marketing skills by sharing your thoughts in the comments below and then share this post in social media, please!

Boiled down to it’s most basic element, the secret to great attraction marketing is practice.

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  1. Powerful video! To me, it shows the need for practice and also passion, perseverance and purpose. You have to love what you do to get great like that. You have to keep on keepin’ on no matter what. And you need a purpose, a vision, a goal.

    By the way, Heather, I like where you moved your social media icons and search box. I love the bigger text. And although I loved the colors before, I’m finding that these new colors accentuate your text more. Great job :).

    • Hi Leanne,

      Thank you for the feedback. Glad you like the changes to my blog.

      I agree that practice, passion, perseverance, and purpose are all necessities! Sounds like a great post topic! 🙂

      Thanks for the comment,

  2. Wow! Heather..I had to pause the video and get my son to show him.

    Amazing! I did recognize the worn out boards. Thanks for put a realistic spin to attraction marketing.


  3. @Leanne – I like what you wrote about purpose, vision and a goal.


    Well said,

    “It takes focus, practice, mistakes, failures, and missed attempts to get good enough at something to really become effective at attraction marketing.”

    Nothing worthwhile comes easy; you have to put in a bit of work. Pay your dues and hone your craft.

    Very good point that there are so many people doing this the wrong way that, with persistence, you’ll outshine and outrank them. It’s just getting through the initial bumpy road that is the challenge.

    Focusing on mastering just a couple strategies will win out over trying to implement everything. Fact is, we can’t be pros in every facet of our businesses (hire, outsource, ask for help!).


    • Hi Jon,

      My husband has served two different apprenticeships. Your comment hone your craft really puts it into perspective. Thank you for adding that!

      I also agree with the importance of outsourcing the things we’re not great at, or the things that don’t move us directly forward.

      Thank you for your value-adding comment!

  4. Hey Heather,

    I love the new changes here. Nice colours and it’s great that you increased the text size. I think I need to do that too.

    You hit the nail on the head with this post, my friend. What a powerful video! It goes to show what passion, persistence and practice can do.

    You’re right, people are not interested in your company, products or comp plan. They’re interested in you and what you can do to help them solve their problems and achieve their dreams.

    Attraction marketing is really the key to building your network marketing business properly. It is much less work and easier if you attract your prospects to you versus chasing after them and trying to get them to sign up or buy from you.

    Thanks for sharing your insights, Heather.

    All the best,

    • Hi Mavis,

      (Getting caught up on comments…sorry if I’m bombarding you with replies! LOL)

      There is nothing worse to feeling like we’re chasing someone with our products or opportunity. Been there, done that, haven’t looked back! You’re the attraction marketing queen (I shall buy you a tiara!), so I am glad that you approve of the post!


      • No worries at all, Heather. Wow, that’s a huge compliment, thank you! 🙂

        All the best,

  5. I love this post! I had seen the video before and yes it always AMAZES me (nevermind I tried doing this at home!) 🙂

    Thank goodness for the ineffective marketers so we can get ahead of the game 😉

    • Hi Kesha,

      I hadn’t seen the video yet, but I thought it was so awesome. How funny you gave it a try! 🙂

      I think we could still get ahead of the game, even with ineffective marketers, but I’m glad they make our job easier!

      Thanks for the comment!

  6. Wow, talk about dedicated to practice! We should all be so dedicated 😉

    Very few of us are innately good at something, so practice is key for just about anything. But focus is the big one for me. With so many distractions it’s easy to get off track.

    The other thing is making mistakes and not letting them be discouraging. They may not be something to feel good about but we can learn from them.

    Fun video, thanks Heather 🙂

    • Hi Liz,

      Fun video, huh? 🙂 I agree that focusing is sometimes hard…it’s so easy to get distracted.

      I really enjoy your point about lot letting mistakes make us feel discouraged. Failing forward is the attitude that comes to mind!

      Thanks for the comment!

  7. Love the concept of this article and video. I remember when I first started my business. It was really difficult at the time. I was good at what I was doing but I just couldn’t get clients. So instead of giving up, I went on to learn from the expert on how I can market my business effective. I’ve spent a lot of money learning from these mentors but its well worth it.

    Now have managed to grow my business to full capacity and I’m making more money that I’ve ever made before while working less.

    I guess, what I’ve learnt from this article is that you need to practice, perseverance and have a vision to achieve the impossible.

    • Hi Joyce,

      I’m so glad to hear that things are going so well for you. It’s a fulfilling feeling isn’t it?!?

      Perseverance is a great word to use!

      Thanks for the great comment!

  8. Did you change your site a bit? Also what is attraction marketing? I feel like I should know what it is? But I don’t think I have ever heard of it. Maybe I never heard of it because my end goal is not to sell any products?

    My end goal is to show ppl i know what I am doing with step by step guides. They try and don’t have time and then call me up to do it for them.

    This has been working. eventually I want to sell ebooks and other stuff but as of now it is just getting paid clients that don’t have time to do what I tell them to do.

    • Hi Eric…this comment is loaded with questions, more than I can answer in a reply.

      You are selling a product (your service is your product) and you very much can benefit from attraction marketing which is what you seem to be doing even if you haven’t defined it.

      Attraction marketing is an awesome way to generate clients and leads! I’ll write a post defining it a bit more soon!

      Thanks for the comment…sounds like you’ve got a good plan and are on the right track!


  9. Hi Heather,

    You make a great point! Practice is something that we really must put a lot of effort in, there are no short cuts or magic formulas. We need to put in the time to get the experience and to become as great as we desire to be. The video is a powerful visual of that concept!

    Thanks for the inspiration!

    • Hi Stacy,

      I loved the video and I agree with your comment that there are no shortcuts or magic formulas…just hard practice!

      There is so much truth that practice makes progress! 🙂

      Thanks for the comment!


  10. Hi Heather,

    First of all, I’m amazed knowing that you counted the balls in the

    I bet ineffective marketers are saying, “Ouch” now,after seeing this post. On the second thought, I doubt if they ever know about your site. But with all modesty, I think the only people you attract are clever marketers as well! *wink*…Well, it takes effort, time and dedication to learn from blogs similar to yours, and it takes even a LOT to put everything we learn from you into PRACTICE!

    What a wonderful video you chose to illustrate what one’s dedication to practice can do. Thanks so much for encouraging all clever marketers, and for being a true role model in Attraction Marketing! 🙂

    – Rowena

  11. Hi Heather,

    Love the work you’re doing here. Your blog looks awesome with new colors and banners. Just let me know if you need any help. I would be happy to help you anyway i can.

    What an fantastic video and article.

    Thanks for sharing this awesome stuff.


    • Glad you’re liking what I’ve done so far to the blog and forum, Devesh. I appreciate your feedback so much.

      I loved the video too! Cool kid, huh?

      Have a great weekend!

  12. Hi Heather!

    You make a very good point, and I think a lot of people forget it. The good ones make us forget it: practice makes perfect.

    I remember the very first time I ever saw Andrea Bocelli perform. He’s beautiful and amazing and enchanting. I told my dad, “He makes it sound so easy.” He just smiled and said, “Now imagine him having lessons since he was younger than you, and he’s almost as old as me.”

    I was sixteen at the time (I think!). Sure, it was more of his campaign to get me back into voice lessons, but the point about practice was overwhelming. Looking back, I think it was the best lesson I ever received. It’s also the one most easily forgotten!

    I wish I had known all of this, from you and Oliver and Mavis, about marketing. I wouldn’t have given up on my own marketing dreams a few years ago, because I would have known that yes, I bought into the hype and let my upline pressure me too much, but if I’d stuck with it I might be somewhere different today.


  13. Thanks the post! Imagine being that kids parents! Those ping pong balls bouncing 24 hours a day! That is probably why he was outside a lot!

    You bring up a great lesson – to focus on your marketing and even specific areas of your marketing efforts to reach expert status. I read a great book by Matt Furey about mastery called The Unbeatable Man that talks a lot about this same subject. It is a great read and is along these same ideas.

    Thanks again!

  14. Brilliant post Heather.

    This video is so much fun, and certainly reveals dedication and practice!

    Success in anything takes practice, and I love your tip about picking one area to become great at. Developing expertise certainly improves your confidence, mindset and self belief, as well as the way others perceive you and that’s the basis of Attraction.

    Love the way you’ve nailed the core of Attraction Marketing here, it leaves me feeling the inspiration for how far I’ve come so far and the feeling that I’m heading the right way!

    All the best,

  15. Bryan Salek says:

    Actionable. That is the best term I have for the content on your site. Every post makes me want to run out and do something. Thank you for your continued awesome content.

  16. Hi,Heather,
    this content is very educational, there is so much to learn from it, only if the right attention is given into the message of it. Getting skilled in certain area is certainly of great relevance, and that takes practice and dedication if we are serious in getting the deserved recognition.
    Thank you for your inspirational article and video.