How To Move New Reps Forward In Your Business
You’ve just recruited a new person into your business! Woohoo! It’s exciting because you’ve made a little money and now you’ve leveraged yourself by one more person!
But now what? How do you get them started in the right way that their business is launched and they’re out working without you as soon as possible?
In this industry, most people won’t do anything once they’ve enrolled unless you help them. Most people are NOT self-starters. So that means, it’s up to you to basically do it for them until they’re ready to do it themselves.
In the video below I go over the steps my wife and I take with a new distributor to make them self-sufficient in their own business as soon as possible.
When a pilot goes to take off, does he slowly get the plane up to speed? Of course not! He would never take flight. He gives it full throttle to get that plane up in the air. The same goes for your business. It is vital that you LAUNCH a new rep’s business rather than have them slowly get it going.
#1 – Start their database with them
- First 50 people you want in your business
- Add numbers
- Call as many people as you can with them to get them over the fear right away!
#2 – Start seeing their people with them
- Go to their homes rather than have them come to you
- You’re going to do the presentation for them until they’re ready to do it themselves but don’t be afraid to push them.
- Remember 100/50/100 – You start out doing 100% while they learn. Then you push them to do half. Then after a few time of doing half, you push them to do it all.
#3- Use your company’s tools to help them get started the right way
- It’s duplicable
- Eliminates distractions
When you help people dive in and launch their businesses instead of having them dip their feet in the water, big things happen faster! People are more committed to doing this because things happen in their business faster, making them more money.
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