In this first course, I share my learning experiences of Duplication when I was first starting out in Network Marketing. One challenge was signing up a bunch of people and most of them not doing anything. The other dilemma was trying to constantly help them all at once. They lacked independence. Sound familiar?
A valuable lesson I learned from the late Jim Rohn is, when building a team that duplicates, you need to know your numbers. This course identifies the five different groups that can comprise your team and the statistical composition of each group based on a survey of 100 distributors. This insight will guide you to where you need to place your focus. You’ll also learn that what it takes to get to the Top 2% of Network Marketing is to make a decision and recruit 10 people. A key lesson when getting to the top is to accept the realities. In this course, you’ll learn what some of these realities are and some distinctions about them.
Pillar 1: Lead by Example
If you want to change the numbers, you have to become a part of the Super Recruiter Group. And if you recruit 20 in 30 Days, you’ll experience a growth spurt you never dreamed possible.
Pillar 2: Get People Started Effectively
We’re starting to get into a little bit more structure with some key strategies, number one of which is to “Push Them Over the Line and Keep Them Over the Line.” This concept is vital, and I’ll review ways to do this and other strategies for getting your team started effectively. I also talk about Setting Proper Expectations and creating a Getting Started Checklist.
Pillar 3: Move Your People from Level 1 to 5 Quickly
You’ll learn how to quickly move your people to the Super Recruiter level. This is when your business will begin to take quantum leaps beyond your imagination.
Pillar 4: Create a Culture of Speed
Success Loves Speed. As a leader, you need to make a decision to create a Culture of Speed within your organization. You’ll learn how to do that, so when people think of your team, it will be synonymous with action, speed and momentum.
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