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I have successfully started several profitable businesses.  One of the things I've learned is that choosing the right company is vital and a process within itself.  Therefore, prior to investing time with any company, there are a few key components that should be examined.

  1. Company stability

  2. Quality product or service that a consumer will continue to utilize or purchase.

  3. Compensation plan

  4. Integrity of the company (CEO)

  5. Momentum and timing

  6. Training and on-going support

I will gladly help you begin your journey toward financial freedom. Feel free to subscribe to my emails for additional tools and tips for success or set up a consultation below.

Recruiting customers and/or distributors and direct-selling require a special skill set that many individuals do not possess.  Fortunately, these are skill sets that can be learned over time.  In the meantime, you will want to implement a system or technique that can be easily duplicated by others if you want your business to grow.  If you have chosen your company wisely, they will have many of the needed tools for you.  If not, here are some things to keep in mind when it comes to recruiting:

  1. The numbers matter - expose the opportunity to as many people as possible.

  2. Choose a target market.

  3. Continue to educate yourself to improve your skills.

  4. Don't be afraid to ask for the referrals.

  5. Follow-up, follow-up, follow-up!

For assistance in this area, contact me below.

In the corporate world we often find managers that have been trained to delegate responsibility. However, there is a difference between a managing and a coaching mind set.  An excellent coach will "lead" not "manage".  Continue to practice profit producing actions and provide your team members a clear path, showing them the way with a proven duplicatable system that will allow them to reach their goals. 

Additionally, although technology does serve its purpose, remember that this is a PEOPLE business.  A great coach builds relationships.  Talk to your team members and teach them the necessary skills that will lead to their success.

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