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When I first joined my company, there was a phrase being bandied around that almost had me taking myself out of the game before I'd even gotten started. "Speed is sexy." I heard it over and over again, and at the time it was clear I was more of a tortoise than a hare.It made...
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Isolation is a time to connect rather than distance!I read on the internet the other day, "the whole self-isolation thing is really an introvert's wet dream!" And as an introvert, I thought "wow, that's going to be awesome!" Turns out, not so much.Personally, I'm finding I'm speaking to more people than ever! I'm online nearly...
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As a network marketer, you've probably heard that the most highly rewarded skill in our profession is bringing people to events. I would argue that getting them there is not enough if you want to maximise your ROI. What strategies do you have in place to help your team get the most out of events?...
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There doesn't have to be a loser. I can be successful and you can, too. I can be successful and they can, too.My husband is a coach - this is his passion. He’s currently coaching my daughter’s volleyball team and they just had tryouts where he had to make cuts to the team. Through this process...
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Imagine a shoebox, that holds 100 marbles. Eighty of them are white and twenty are purple. In network marketing, when you find someone who is a purple marble, this is the person who is going to show up. They’re excited, they’re teachable, they’ve got a big vision and they know how to get to work....
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Remember, you’re not growing an orphanage, you’re growing a business.Some people want to be orphans. They want you to be their mother and for you to hold their hand. You’re not here for that. All they want is a little bit of love and connection, they don’t actually want to change their business so stop...
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Recruitment and retention are the two most important components of a network marketing business. Firstly, you have to find people and when you find them, you want to retain them. It takes a lot less effort to retain people than to keep churning and burning. One thing I always ask is, “What do you want?...
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Often, we tend to attract who and what we are. As I've gone on my personal development journey, and invested in myself, I’ve grown as a person. As I continue on this journey, I find I am now recruiting better people than I've ever recruited, and it's because of how I'm showing up.So have a...
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I came from a corporate career.I was climbing this ladder to success and, in the corporate arena, there is this idea that getting that title, that role, or that job … means stepping on (or over) someone else.And there was this other idea, that my managers somehow didn’t want me to succeed because I might...
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If you want your people to show up with consistency, to show up with certainty, and to show up with clarity, that has to start with you. They have to know what they're going to get from you. They have to know who you are and what you believe in. You have to do the...
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