When you first get started, you’ll want to present your opportunity to at least 100 people as soon as possible.
You’ll find that when you do that, approximately 90 will be open to hearing what you have to offer. Of those 90, maybe 30-40 will join your business. And out of those 30-40, you’ll find 3-5 committed leaders.
As you work with those leaders and train them to duplicate your system, they will become the key to your long-term success.
If you want to achieve success within 2-4 years, you’ll want to set a goal of showing the opportunity at least twice a week so that you can show it to 100 people within your first year.
The quicker you get started, the quicker your business will build, so you could start out by presenting more often to get momentum going, and then spend the later part of the year doing presentations with your fired up team members.
Keep track of your numbers so that you’ll know where you are doing well and where you need to focus your efforts. Here are four areas that you’ll want to track:
- Approaching new people
- Presenting your business opportunity
- Bringing guests to conference calls or local meetings
- Follow up
By consistently working your business every day, and focusing on these four areas, you’ll be sure to find the success you’re looking for within the next 2-4 years!
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By Lynn Huber
p.s. If you do nothing else but focus EVERY DAY on getting something done to move your business forward, you wont be able to stop your eventual success.
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