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Friday, August 7, 2020

*** My Team Won't Do Anything! *** {423}

 Why won't my team do anything? Your prospect joins your business, and does NOTHING. Basically going into the witness protection program. Have you ever felt like that before? Most of us have.

The numbers say that for every 100 people on your team only about 3 to 7 are serious, and about 10 of those will even do anything at all to grow their business.

Instead of worrying about what the 90+ people are doing, try to focus on helping the 3 to 7 people who are actually working the business, and moving forward.

The select few non-producers, will never do anything, so stop trying trying to get them producing. It's not your fault! Continue working with the willing, and always try to find more who are willing.

Keep busy moving forward with your business if it's stagnant and build more depth.

It doesn't matter who you are, or what business you're involved with, just know that most of your team will do absolutely nothing, So don't beat yourself up about it, just accept it, and always be for the willing. For some unknown reason, people just like being a part of something. Lead by example, and inspire them with your actions!


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The power of a great system

Most people fail in network marketing because they are not given a clear road map,a system, to follow. Without this type of well-defined system, many new independent representatives can quickly become discouraged.

They do not experience the success that first enticed them to become involved in our industry and quickly lose passion, excitement, and commitment.

Did you know that, according to industry averages, 8 out of 10 people who sign up with a direct-sales/network marketing company stay less than one year?

Most people would agree that they work too hard recruiting to experience that level of loss and frustration. An effective system can be instrumental in addressing two essential areas first, it will help equip new enrolees to achieve quick and consistent success, and second, it sets the stage for long-term retention.

As all network marketers know, the more positive and rewarding the experience, the longer people will remain active in the opportunity.

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