Taking Action is Critical

by Lynn Huber on January 23, 2016

taking action is critical in your home business

You want to start recruiting as soon as you join.  That should be your first action step.  Most of the distributors who fail or quit Network Marketing do so, not because they take too much action, but because they’ve done too little.  The most important thing you can train your new team member is how to recruit within their first 48 hours.

It really is a numbers game.  Talk, talk, talk, talk to anyone and everyone.  It doesn’t matter what you talk about – eventually you’ll get a chance to bring in some mention of your business.  You may need to approach 100 people in order to get 10 to look at your business.  Then maybe four or six out of the 10 will actually join you.

That may sound like a lot, but if you talked to two people every day about your business, at the end of a year you will have talked to 730 people.  Out of that, let’s say 73 looked at your business, and 40 joined you.  Most of the very top producers in Network Marketing have only personally sponsored between 100-150 people into their business.

So if you sponsored 40 people per year, by just talking to two people per day, you will have about 120 personally sponsored team members within three years.  If you’ve been consistent and taught your people to do the same thing, you could be earning the income of your dreams within three years.  Doesn’t sound so bad now, does it?

Is that too big a price to pay for the opportunity to get the lifestyle you so want?  You could spend every day of the year showing your business to prospects and have almost 364 refusals – but what if number 365 said YES and became the most successful distributor ever?  Suppose that happened every year for six years?  You would have a gigantic business with residual income forever!  How many businesses can say that after 6 years?  It is worth the effort!

Network marketing really is a numbers game.  Learn your ratios and work your ratios.  Keep recruiting and teaching those you recruit to teach others.  The more quickly you get your new recruit started doing what you do, the stronger your team will be.

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By Lynn Huber

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