Success Tips

Here are a few of my best success tips.

Keep things simple and do not reinvent the wheel. This is a business of duplication. Rather than experiment with something unproven, find a mentor who knows what they are doing and follow their lead.

WE WORK THROUGH PEOPLE. Typically, the people you talk to and sponsor won’t be your best people. However, everyone knows a winner: someone serious. It’s not who you know that matters. It’s who they know and who they know.

If someone isn’t interested, ask them for a referral. If you got just one referral from every person you talked to, you would never run out of prospects.

This business is built in depth, not mass recruiting. It makes more sense to help your new person to go out and sponsor someone than it does for you to recruit someone new.

Let the tools do the talking. Use third-party tools whenever possible. Remove yourself from the equation. Keep it simple so your prospect thinks to themselves that they could do what you do.

Be excited. Get excited and stay excited. Enthusiasm is transferred from you to the prospect, not the other way around.

Become an Executive & Help everyone else go Executive in their first 24-hours. Help your new team members get off to a fast start. Have a sense of urgency and build quickly.

Put other people first. Take your eyes off yourself, and how much money you could make, and focus on helping your team members make money. The only way to make money in this business is to help others make money.

Work through each person’s sphere of influence (everyone knows two people). Help everyone you sponsor sign up their first two people in their first 24 to 48-hours. Everyone knows at least two people who would join their team or buy from them.

Building fast is the only way to go; have a sense of urgency. This business is much easier to build quickly than build slowly.

Launch your business with massive action. Act as if you have ONE MILLION DOLLARS invested in your business. Get busy and get to work.

Use your upline for third party validation. When you are new and inexperienced, utilize your upline and sponsor to help you share the business and close prospects.

Keep adding new names to your list as you think of people. Always carry your name’s list with you, so when you think of a person you can add them to your list.

Teach your people to teach their people to teach their people this same process. This is a teaching business. The only way for your business to grow away from you is to teach your people how to be independent of you.

Never pressure people or use hype; always be a professional. Follow the Golden Rule and treat everyone as good as you would treat your mother or spouse.

DO NOT post your website links or say the name of your company on social media. When you’re new, you’re excited. That’s great. Don’t make the common mistake of spamming everyone on Facebook telling them about your new business. That is a quick way to turn off your entire warm market.

The best way to initially contact people is by phone, or face to face. Don’t send out mass emails or texts to your warm market. Reach out to each person in a personable way for the initial contact.