I thought recruiting people into my business would be a lot easier. I did exactly as I was told, I made a list of my friends and family, called everyone I knew and I was so excited about getting my business off the ground. I took off real fast in the first 90 days, I enrolled 14 people and had 27 on my team! Life was about to get REAL good for me!
Then, just like that, it suddenly stopped! I couldn’t get anyone to join my business. I felt hopeless and broken. It was like no one would listen to me, my friends were avoiding me and my business had crumbled. All my hopes and dreams suddenly seemed very far away.
If you’re in network marketing, you know exactly what I’m talking about.
I turned to the interwebs in search of a better way. I knew there had to be a way to recruit people online.
After all, people like Jim Rohn, Randy Gage, Dani Johnson, Eric Worre, and many others didn’t create their success by ‘making a list’. They had to be doing something different.
Your upline may not agree with what I’m about to say, but we here know there’s a better way…
If you’re still trying to recruit friends and family, STOP! That method clearly doesn’t work for the long-term.
It’s time you put a process in place so you can presort and pre-educate your prospects as fast as possible. You want to get rid of the tire kickers so you only speak with the prospects who are actually open and interested in your products, services or opportunity. A process like the one “A Simple Way To Have 3 – 5 New People Looking At Your Network Marketing Business Every Day” lays out.
When you have the process in place you can expect 5, 10, even 20 people a day coming to you who are actually interested and want to speak with you. I’m sure you can imagine the shift in your business when you have people coming to you and not the other way around.
And keep in mind you don’t have to get “A Simple Way To Have 3 – 5 New People Looking At Your Network Marketing Business Every Day“, but if you’re still lacking the results you want, I think you’d be crazy if you didn’t, and I’d have a hard time understanding why?
Stop thinking and start doing.