Would you recruit you into your network marketing business?

Network marketingwould you want you in your network marketing business

For better or worse, you’ve joined a network marketing business. You’ve been in the business for a few months, maybe longer. You’ve accomplished whatever you’ve accomplished. Maybe you’ve done little or nothing, yet. Maybe you hit the ground running and you’ve rank advanced or rank advanced a few times.


More than likely, you’ve established your work ethic and your habits within the business. You could be talking to 2 people per day about your business. Maybe you’re adventurous and are talking to 5 to 10 people per day. Or maybe you haven’t started yet.


Based on what you’re doing in your business, would you want to recruit someone like you? Would you want to recruit someone with your work ethic and your habits? Think about it for a few minutes. Most people’s knee-jerk reaction is to say, “Yes, I would recruit someone like me.” If you found yourself saying that, I would ask you this, would you really want someone on your team that does the same amount of work as what you’ve done since you signed up with your company?


Most people, if they’re honest, would say that they probably wouldn’t go out of their way to find people who would do the same amount of work that they’ve done in their business. They would say that they would want to find people who are leaders and people who are willing to take action. They would want people who would be willing to talk to 4 or 5 people each day about the business opportunity. They would want to find that home run hitter!


You’ve probably heard the phrase, “Birds of a feather flock together.” It means that most people feel most comfortable being around other people who are like themselves. You’ve probably noticed that computer programmers hang out with other computer programmers. Or secretaries hang out with other secretaries. That’s not to say that a computer programmer wouldn’t hang out with a secretary, but they may not have as much in common with each other as they do when they hang out with people in their same profession.


If you go to your network marketing company’s national convention you’ll see the same thing happening there. The top earners will hang out with each other. The newbies will find each other and hang out together. It’s human nature!


You may remember your days in high school. The cliques that form in high school are a perfect illustration of this phenomenon. The jocks hang out with the other jocks. The cheerleaders hang out with the other cheerleaders. The nerds hang together and so on.


you will recruit people like you into your network marketing business


Who are you going to recruit for your network marketing business? More than likely, you’ll wind up recruiting people who are a lot like you. That may be a scary thought for some network marketers.


If that thought frightens you then you need to do something about it. You need to become more like the person that you’d most like to recruit for your own business. If you would like to have a group of people on your team that is talking to 4 or 5 people per day, then you need to become a person who talks to 4 or 5 people per day. If you want to find leaders to be on your team, then become the leader that you’d like to find.


If you’ve never talked to 4 or 5 people in a day about your business, then you’ll need to start to practice doing that! Try talking to the first 5 people you come across. Find an opening line that you feel like you could say to them and get started. You might say something like, “Do you keep your options open when it comes to making money?” Or you could say, “Would you be interested in creating a second stream of income?” Or “Would you be at all open to a side project if it didn’t interfere with what you’re doing now?”


This is just practice, so don’t keep score and don’t worry what anyone says to you. If you do find someone who has an interest in your business, you can just pop a DVD in a player and let them watch it. You don’t want to keep score on that part either. It doesn’t matter what they say. You’re just trying to practice the skill.


After a while, you’ll get more comfortable with it and you’ll also get better at it. You’ll learn what to say and what not to say in any given circumstance. You’ll actually get good at it soon enough. Once you’re comfortable with the process, you can start to keep score. You will have built a good habit!


Then when you ask yourself if you would recruit you, you can honestly say yes!



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