Monday, November 19, 2007

Recruting Tips

In Network Marketing, the “on the beach” money is made by recruiting and coaching others to duplicate your efforts.


You can find people who are interested everywhere.



Learn how to develop business partners from –

Your warm market
Out and About
Networking and local events
Referrals
Advertising
Home Parties
Shows, Booths and Expos
Online


Develop Your Story and Hot Button

The first step in effective sponsoring starts with developing your story and then leading with it when you get into conversation with others. Remember, stories sell, and facts and figures just tell.



Timing is everything.

Even if you think a person would be perfect for your business, if the timing isn’t right, it won’t be a fit.

That doesn’t mean it won’t be a fit in the future. If you handle the situation correctly, it could be the right time in the future.


Separate yourself from the outcome

This isn’t about you. It is about the person you are talking with.

Ask questions and LISTEN. These are a sample of questions to ask.

What are you looking for specifically?
What other businesses have you looked at?
Have you ever owned your own business or worked from home before?
How much time will you devote to your business?
How much of a financial investment are you willing to make?
What are you expectations in me as a partner?
What attracted you to my company or to me?

Create Curiosity
Drop bits and pieces of information. If your prospect is truly interested, he or she will ask questions about the details. Remember, that little is more.


Build trust

Be real! If you are passionate about what you do, your prospects will hear that. Be sincere and be honest. If you build your team with honesty, integrity and offer valuable information, you can change your business and YOUR LIFE!

1 comment:

GailTravel said...

Thank you for these Recruiting tips. They make so much sense. Sometimes we try so hard that we actually miss our whole purpose.
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