Recruiting 101: “You’re One Recruit Away From An Explosion”

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I have been in the financial industry in a direct selling company for almost two decades. One of the things I come across when I am recruiting reps and doing the job skills testing to expand my business is that direct sales is often misunderstood. What I want is for people to understand what direct sales really is. Instead of traditional retail outlets or online marketplaces, direct selling maintains a sales force of millions of committed independent entrepreneurs.

These small business owners affiliate with a direct selling company and receive commissions on sales, but work for themselves. Independent direct sellers set their own hours and create their own marketing plans. They determine whether to build a sales team and how to go about mentoring them. Also, how to serve their customers – whether in their homes, online, or at parties with family and friends. This all depends upon the type of company it is. I am in the financial industry so doing an in home party or a meeting to recruit new associate’s wouldn’t be in my home or the home of friends – for obvious reasons.

Aside from the fact that you can start in a network marketing company on a part-time basis while you learn and work from home, you have the ability to make unlimited residual income. The way that you do that is to go out and recruit some awesome people and duplicate yourself over and over. To me, the most attractive part of the business was the ability to recruit and build a team of people I can teach to make a six figure income and run their own business. I would get to override this team and receive residual income forever. The concept is to build a team that becomes self-sufficient and goes on to run their own office, it is like opening multiple franchise outlets. The huge difference is that the average franchise requires a large sum of money to get started. Most direct sales companies require a minimal out-of-pocket expense to get started.

So why not work smarter not harder? One of the best ways to achieve multilevel marketing success is to share the products and business opportunity with other people.

Here are a few tips that will help you to get out there and recruit and build your team:

 

Learn to Collaborate for Better Business Results

Whatever your product or service is your business is driven by referrals. So often I watch people network and try to get an appointment with another business owner to share information about their business and all I hear is “I”, “Me”, “I need”. There is no I in TEAM guys.

People want to hear about what’s in it for them. What they’re thinking when you are talking to them is that it all sounds great but, “what’s in it for me?”

I am approached countless times a week to come to a meeting, a party or have coffee to hear about what the other person wants me to know about their business. I can count on one hand how many times I am asked to meet to see how we can help one another’s business. I am a firm believer that giving should always come first. However, there comes a point where you have to take a stand and say if you want my help and my time I’d like you to hear about what I do to see if there is some way we may be able to work together.

Successful entrepreneurs understand that networking is a two way street. It is never all about you. You must always be on the lookout for opportunities that may help your connections. Always! Basically, by giving business to other individuals in business, you will ultimately get business back. Does that make sense? This may sound trivial but this is a huge reason people give up. They run out of appointments and people to talk to because they always ask and rarely give. What someone else has to offer is as important to them to share with you as your business is to share with them.

Collaborating with other like minded business owners is crucial in order for your business to prosper. Collaboration is the sharing of a mission, vision, resources, and goals. It is voluntary, based upon one or more common goals, values, needs, or interests. It is two or more people working on a common goal and purpose that will  benefit one another. Working together can lead to competition channeled in the right situation can help individuals to stretch themselves and excel.

Please contact me with any questions or leave me a comment below!

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Let’s Embrace 2016

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It’s that time of year again! As I sat quietly this morning in my sun room sipping my coffee I was vividly remembering my sweet grandmother saying to me when I was a little girl that the new year came faster and faster every year as you get older. I never understood that then. I know now that most of us feel the same way. I feel like I was just cleaning and packing all my holiday decorations and before I knew it I was taking them right out again! Make sure to hire cleaning exec apartment cleaning to clean your home and apartment fully.

I know everyone is talking about resolutions, goals, vision boards etc. and I know we all need to do all those things. I just wanted to talk about personal reflection right now. The end of the year is a natural pause point to think about the prior year and to visualize the new one. It is the time of year that we reflect and reminisce. In one of the training classes I ran this week I talked to my guys about just focusing on a few things right now. We have to ask ourselves some questions because those questions are a catalyst for digging deeper into our personal reflection.

Successes large and small over the last year should be recognized. Any progress is an accomplishment. We need to think about things that didn’t go as expected just as much. If we didn’t make any mistakes we would never learn the lessons we have learned.

These were the only questions I asked and told them to really think about and then write it down:

  1. What was the absolute best thing that happened to you this year?
  2. What was the most disappointing thing that happened to you this year?
  3. What was the biggest waster of time for you last year?
  4. What is the “most” important thing you want to accomplish in 2016?

I think you can get so much out asking yourself these few simple questions. It makes you think about where you have been and what you have accomplished. It also makes you face your failures so you can focus on what lessons you have learned from them and what you will change this year to get a different result.

The “New Year” is a  time for new beginnings and new endeavors. Last year was just a stepping stone to this one.

Have a prosperous, healthy, productive, peaceful, energetic and super happy new year!

I would love to hear what you want to accomplish this year  Contact Me



6th Annual Taste Of the Towns to Benefit IEP Youth Services, Inc.

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The Noontime Optimists of Freehold has partnered with IEP Youth Services, Inc. to present the 6th annual “Taste of the Towns” to be held Monday, March 30, 2015 from 6:00pm-9:00pm at the beautiful Crystal Ballroom at the Radisson Hotel, 50 Gibson Place, Freehold, NJ.

Advanced reservations are $75 per person and can be purchased online here. Advertising and Sponsorship opportunities are also still available.

Proceeds of this tasteful event will benefit IEP’s programs and services – providing residential, social and psychological services to young people; as well as the Noontime Optimist’s activities honoring student achievements, various scholarship programs, and their continuing support of Camp Quality NJ (a camp specifically for children battling cancer)

We gratefully acknowledge all participating sponsors, restaurants, food/beverage/dessert vendors and attendees, whose contributions will make this epicurean experience one to remember!

We look forward to seeing you there. Thank you for your support.

It’s all for the Kids! For more information or to make payment by mail, contact Cora Manzo 732-431-5872 ext. 12 cmanzo@iepyouthservices.org

TICKETS: $75/PERSON IN ADVANCE ~ $125/PER PERSON AT THE DOOR

P.S. If you become a victim of drug side effect, please, visit https://sideeffectsofxarelto.org.

Meet ETTWomen Member and Author of Inside Outer Beauty, Dixie Lincoln-Nichols

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You know how Lynette and I always talk about The Power of Connections? A tweet, that’s right..a tweet nearly 5 years ago connected me to this fabulous woman whom today I am proud to call a colleague, supporter and most importantly, a friend. Lynette and I are also proud to call her an ETTWomen!

Dixie Lincoln- Nichols is a former science educator (14 years of Biological science education), a wife, mother, author, lifestyle & women’s wellness connoisseur, the founder of Dixie Bits Bath and Body products.

Just like birthing a child, birthing a book comes with a lot of self-doubt, fear and the occasional morning sickness but once it is done…the exhilarating feeling of accomplishment -specially when your ulterior motive is to serve others.

We spent a powerful weekend with Dixie where we received our signed copy of her latest baby: Inside Outer Beauty – Thriving for Healthy and Beautiful Skin Through the Ages.

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“We all want to put our healthiest skin forward, for it is the first thing the world sees. But genetics and the environment can sometimes thwart those well intended plans. For some, great looking skin is inherent. For others it is a task. And still for others it is a down right battle to find the best anti aging cream” Dixie explains.

I have personally battled with difficult skin since I was 13 years old and Inside Outer Beauty examines the principle that healthy and gorgeous skin is a result of well rounded care. This includes a clean diet rich in nutrient-dense foods, a consistent and appropriate skin care regimen, radical self care, and heightened mindfulness and spirituality.

Whether you have normal skin or oily skin, teen skin or mature skin, you’ll find applicable and actionable solutions for your specific skin type, that will help guide you on your journey toward obtaining and maintaining healthy, glowing skin.

Inside Outer Beauty  is available in:

Hardcover at  Barnes & Nobles, Amazon,

Ebook/Ereaders: Kobo.comBarnes & NoblesAmazon

After this journey Dixie adds,”Today I want to encourage you to believe your intentions. Write them down. Tell someone. Put them in the universe. Pray about them, and watch them come to pass.”

I can personally relate to what this path looks like, encourage you to do the same and to enhance your life by delving into Inside Outer Beauty today!

 

Do you have a question? PLEASE, let’s connect HERE or leave me a comment below!

ETTM Think Tank: Helping Others Pursue Excellence (H.O.P.E.)

Helping Others Pursue Excellence (H.O.P.E.) is what Hope Wissel has done for the past 25 years.  As a Social Worker in the early years of the HIV/AIDS panademic, I helped many deal with their diagnosis and the changes that would take place in their life.  She became an advocate for clients’ rights and connected them with the services that would improve their quality of life.

Over the years, she’s made it her personal mission to inspire and nurture women particularly those with children.

When she joined Thirty One in 2011, it was purely for the discounts.  She had never done direct sales and was not really sure it was something she wanted to do.  Within 6 months, she was promoted with 2 people under her and more joining over the next several months.

Hope gave up her 4 hour round trip commute and decided to approach her Thirty One business in the same way she worked in the social services arena.  Whether it is connecting people to the resources that they need or solving organizational issues with Thirty One. Helping others to achieve their dreams is her daily goal.

Hope CELEBRATES- ENCOURAGE S – REWARDS hard working women with simple solutions to life’s challenges while helping them to reach their dreams – personally and financially.

She says, “My life has been a journey including: growing up in middle class family, parent’s divorce, drug addiction, bulimia, single mom, social worker, entrepreneur and now a wife. Many people have asked what is the worst thing then? I have to say the drug addiction, I wish that other people don’t have to go through what I’ve gone. But if you are deep in the addiction hole then please find help, you can find a center in missouri and they can help you with your addiction, I know people don’t like to go to rehab but this is the only way to fix this. Many people suffer from addiction. Click here to check your Premera rehab insurance benefits covers rehab treatment.” Not all weed smokers are addicted to it. Some of them can control themselves where they only smoke it when they are stressed from work or just medicinally. Some of them are using trendy pipes and bong like turbine cyclone perculator.

Hope currently lives in Brick with her high school sweetheart, Rob.  After 26 years, we reconnected and are now happily married.  We have a daughter, Belinda and a son, Dennis.

A long standing member of our community and ETTM group assistant, we cannot wait for you to learn more about Hope and her business at our next meeting. RSVP HERE.

 

ETTM @ #MacysBeautyBash!

Great turnout yesterday at #MacysBeautyBash! Thank you Cindy Jasgur Ferrier for the beautiful pictures!

But for those who are interested in clip in extensions, there is a large selection to choose from, from many vendors online and different shops.

Thank you Slék Styling Bar for giving gorgeous blowouts and curls to the ladies, to Jennifer Bronsnick Counseling for doing your amazing Aura readings and to all our ETTM members who came out to support. #macys #ettm #community #makeup #hair #smallbusiness

ETTM Think Tank with Marcy Cortez of LAI Financial Group, LLC

After working in corporate accounting for more than 25 years, Marcy Cortez decided it was time to devote her knowledge and talents to her own business. Marcy is a certified Quickbooks specialist with extensive Accounting, Management and Human Resources experience. LAI Financial Group LLC grew out of her need to share her financial and business savvy with the public. A local entrepreneurial business owner can relate to your needs and requirements as a fellow member of the community.
Marcy will be speaking about the advantages of outsourcing services, specifically financial services for the small business entrepreneur and the role outsourcing plays in helping the entrepreneur to reduce their overhead, increase profits and improve cash flow.

Join ETTM & Marcy on March 7th. Please RSVP HERE.

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