Key 6: Recruit

The Booster – Jenny B ideas & products to help those in party plan or direct sales to sponsor more by getting recruit leads that turn into raving recruits by planting seeds and prompting questions.

Key 6A- Get more Recruits! Plant recruiting seeds everywhere!

Key6A- Plant Seeds- Create Sparks- draw people to your opportunity!

Plant seeds- create sparks- put out there what you want to attract back!

Recruiting others to your team can really increase YOUR paycheck.  Let everyone who sees your products, catalogs, invitations, or mailings know that you love what you do and that you can help them earn great money while having fun too!

Let everyone know how much you love your business.
You never know who is looking for a new opportunity.

We use the term “planting the seeds for recruiting” throughout this training.  So, what does that mean?  It is an analogy between growing a garden or a plant and growing a team or a recruit.  It means to put a little thought (a seed) into your customers’ or contacts’ minds to get them thinking about the BENEFITS of joining your team.  If you wanted to have a garden you know you would first need to prepare the soil and get things ready to grow don’t you?  What would you do next?  Would you leave the ground alone and wait for volunteers to come up or would you plant seeds to grow something intentionally?  If you’re not planting seeds, all you are going to get is volunteers.  And yes, volunteers are great but a gardener wants to improve his odds by planting seeds.  Don’t you? 

This is the SECRET- to put out there what you want to attract back!  Then, when you talk to them one-on-one you will be able to water and grow that seed or question it into a new team member.  The following ideas should help you put the benefits of your business into the minds of your customers and contacts.  People will want to know more, and you’ll have the opportunity to share!

1.  Understand the advantages of recruiting and start doing it!
 There are big advantages of recruiting, such as getting direct commission from your recruit’s sales, earning bonuses and trips from your company, etc.  Make a list of all the benefits of your job, such as a flexible schedule, good hourly income, fun to meet new people, etc.  Once you’ve realized how wonderful your job really is, for both you and others, it’s easy to share it with them.  Remember to think of your opportunity as a GIFT that you want to share with everyone you meet!  Use recruiting (Key 6) stickers in your catalogs, on invitations, and all your papers.

2.  Start recruiting BEFORE the party!

     How many invitations do you send to each party?  How many people come?  How many people are learning that you have recruiting opportunities?
The average consultant sends out around 30 invitations for each party to have about 8-10 people attend.
 Those 8-10 people get the chance to learn about your opportunity by hearing you speak, but how many are NOT learning that you have opportunities?  The 20-22 who did not attend, right?
 So, what if you put a recruiting sticker on EVERY invitation?  Then, all 30 you send invitations to will at least learn that you have opportunities!  Some may even come because they are interested in an opportunity.  Also, you never know, someone might see the sticker on an invitation hanging on someone else’s fridge and be interested.
 But, it is guaranteed if you DON’T plant recruiting seeds there is nothing to grow.  So, start NOW to plant seeds by putting recruiting and booking stickers on everything!
 The “Party on a Sheet” stickers (SSS4) give you everything to get started on “Booster” principles all on one sheet.  Read the directions and DO IT!  Give them to new team members to get them started Boosting their businesses from the start!

3.  Use one-liners in your demos and conversations to get their attention!

 Make your presentations fun and make them seem EASY to do, so people will think “I could do that!”  Be excited about your job so people will want to know more about it. Use the PDF handout to make a list of “ONE-LINERS.”  A one-liner is a phrase or short sentence that describes a benefit of joining your team.
(We also suggest you use one-liners to promote booking.)
 Try to coordinate each of your one-liners to a specific product so that when you demonstrate that item, you always say that one-liner.  (You can write the one-liners on sticky notes and stick them to the back of the items you are demonstrating until you get the hang of it.)  The idea is to just get them thinking, tease them with an idea, then quickly move on.  Plant the seeds by  creating curiosity and interest.
 Here are some examples of “One Liners”:
1) This item is in our start-up kit and you’d get it when you sign up to be a consultant.
2)  I signed up to be a consultant a few years ago, because I really loved this ___ and as a consultant I can got it for ??% off!
3)  If you’re short on cash tonight, talk to me later about how you can earn Free products or, lots of extra cash for just part time hours.
4)  I really love making full time money working only part time hours.
5)  Our team meetings and trips are so much fun!   Talk to me after if you’d like to come to some.
6)  The flexibility this business offers allows me to be there for my family, earn the things I love, and have a career too!
 We’ve found that incorporating the benefits of joining your team throughout the demonstration rather than one long dissertation at the end is more effective.  People don’t have time to tune you out because you quickly move on to other items in your demo.  (The PDF for the one liners is included in the complete Key6A training online. KEY PACK CLUB INFO > KPC-Key 6A Recruit > 6-Key6A-Plant Recruit Seeds ) 

4.  Hand out Recruiting Dollars at your  parties.
 Money always gets people’s attention.  These recruiting dollars really do the trick.  They’ve been one of our most popular products since 1991! 

The Recruiting Dollars (V6658) look like one hundred dollar bills, but they are smaller, (so they don’t get folded up) and they say “Short on cash?  I can help turn this into real money.  Call me today!”

Here is an idea about how to use the Recruiting Dollars:   First, write, sticker, or stamp your name and phone number on the back of each bill. 

(I also recommend that you put one of the recruiting stickers by your name so there is something to draw their attention to the back.  You could also include “Gifts for all occasions” (S40427), “Ask me about my monthly specials” (S40489), etc. stickers to give them other reasons to call you.)

In fact, make it easy on yourself.  Print your information on the “I love what I do” (PSM6502)  or “Could you use an extra $100 per week?” (PSA6208) Printable Stickers.  Then, quickly stick those to the back of each recruiting bill.

Then, at your party say “How many of you would like $100?  Of course everyone usually says they would.  Give each of your guests a recruiting dollar. 

Your guests will look at the fake $100 and say, “Yea, Right!”  So, you say, “No, wait, this is magic!  I want you to open your purse and put this $100 bill in your wallet with the rest of your money.” 

Wait while everyone does it.  Then say, “This is how it works.  Every time you look at that $100 bill, I want you to remember — I can help you make it real!  When you are ready, give me a call.  My name & number is on the back.”     Who do you think they will think of every time they look at the $100 bill, especially when it is the only money left in their wallet?  This is a way for you to make regular contact with a person without picking up the phone.  It works too!  This is better than any TV commercial because they think of you over and over.  Even if they don’t join your team, they will know your NAME and how to contact you.

Now, take it to the next level:  as you begin to work with repeat customers you say, “Didn’t I give you $100 at the last party?”  They say YES, and you ask if they still have it in their wallet and to show it to you. 

When they do, give them a little gift. (You have then just planted the seed for everyone to keep their bill in their wallet so the next party THEY will get a gift.)  Then you can tease a little and say something like, “You haven’t called me!  When will you be ready to turn that into a real $100?”  (Of course you can include recruiting dollars with tips at restaurants too!  Be sure to get their name and number so you can follow up! 

You can now listen to this AUDIO TRAINING on this products by Jenny B.  You can even DOWNLOAD it to share with your team! Go to:

5.  Do a demo using the “Dream Bucks” and “Bill Bucks.”

Ask for 2 volunteers to help you with the demonstration.  Ask the first volunteer, “Would you like to do what I do for a living or have a part-time job for $10 per hour? (She will probably choose the $10 per hour job.)  Tell the 2nd volunteer that she gets to do what you do. 

Start to tell the story that person #1 went to work for 2 hours last Wednesday so she earned $20.  (Hand her 2 of the “Bill Bucks”.)  Person #2 did a party just like I’m doing tonight.  She also worked 2 hours, but she made $100. (Give her a $100 Dream Buck.) 

Continue the story with scenarios like… Person #1 was scheduled to work on Thursday, so she missed her daughter’s dance review while person #2 scheduled her party for Friday, so she got to attend the review.

Use these scenarios to help your customers understand the flexibility you have in setting your own hours, picking your profits, and socializing with new people every day.  See even more ideas online under V6660 and V6661.  These bucks also have places for them to write what THEY would do with the money.  Why do we have both BILL BUCKS and DREAM BUCKS?  So you can help people to realize they can make money in your business to just pay bills or to achieve their dreams!

6.  Use stickers and buttons to plant recruiting seeds!

 Booster stickers and buttons have hand-drawn, colorful graphics which are designed to catch people’s attention and give them a quick recruiting message.   They look like logos and the graphics are designed work with both the RIGHT and LEFT brain so they are first read consciously and then subconsciously read over and over again! 

Stickers and buttons get people thinking, and encourage them to ASK YOU questions.  Put a recruiting sticker by your name on every catalog, every invitation, and every piece of literature that you give out. 

Recruiting Formula to Success:
Say LESS to MORE people!

 That is why it is so important to put the stickers EVERYWHERE!  (Several stickers are included in this key pack.  Put them throughout your catalogs and on other literature!)
 Wear buttons to the store, to ball games, and everywhere you go.  These buttons show others that you are passionate about your business and get people asking YOU questions.  This gives you the opportunity to share about your opportunity.  Think about it, how likely is it that someone in the grocery store will strike up a conversation?  How much do you increase the odds when you are wearing a button that invites them to talk to you?  If you’re not wearing a button you could be missing opportunities!  How do you think people will respond to the “Extra $100” or “Full time Pay” buttons included in this keypack?  We have LOTS of Recruiting Buttons to choose from.  See them online under BUTTONS > Recruit

TIP:  Keep a selection of buttons on the visor in your car.  Before going into a store, choose a button, put it on and think: “What will I say if someone asks me about my button?”  Then decide what you will say. 

 For example, if you are wearing the “extra $1000” button, (included in this key pack) people will ask you “How?”   First ASK them what they would do with it (so you can better understand them and then BE READY with several responses. 

Practice them so you can say them with sincerity and enthusiasm because people WILL ASK.   Be sure to have a business card, some company literature, or a product sample with your information attached to share with your potential customers or recruits. 

Also, have a small notebook and pen ready to write down THEIR information.  Tell them you’d like to send them a card and ask for their address.   Ask them when a good time would be to contact them and FOLLOW UP within a few days as you would love to show them your products.
 Be SURE to send a follow up card if you’ve asked for their address.  They’ll  actually watching for it!  Include a little gift like a Bookmark, magnet, etc. that has your name & contact info on it to really impress them.

6.  Send follow up recruiting postcards.

Send postcards to people you meet at parties who might be interested in joining your team.  Select 3 people from EVERY party who you’d love to work with.  Make a note on your guest list of something you found outstanding about them that would be an asset to them in the business.  Mention that in the postcard. 

Write something like,
“I really enjoyed meeting you last night at Sally’s party.  You have such an outgoing personality and I think you would be GREAT in this business.  I would love to tell you how easy it is! I’ll call you in a few days or feel free to call me at 555-1212.  Thanks, your name.”
 Or use the preprinted TEXT cards we offer and just fill in the blanks!  It’s just that easy! 

7.  Let Pen Pal Stickers, Printable Stickers, and magnets advertise for you.
 Wrap the Pen Pal stickers around the tops of your pens so they look like flags.  These will not only save your pens from being taken home, but your customers will read them over and over again!
 These slogans get your customers thinking about the benefits of joining your team, so when you ask them, they’re more likely to want to hear more about your opportunity.  This sheet of 16 stickers of 4 different designs of pen pals gives you a variety.  Watch the people at your party, they will be curious to see what is on the other pens.   

You could also customize the Large Rectangle size of Printable Stickers with your name and info and print any other message you want, such as “Join my team this month, and your kit is free.”  Then, wrap them around the tops of your pens or put them on your catalogs.   These also make great magnets.  Just mount the stickers on our business card size WHITE magnets (M10)!  Hand write, or use a printable sticker to include your contact information below the sticker.

8.  Brighten up your Party with FOLDERS! 
 Do you realize that the “Guest Folders” (V4119) and the “Hostess Folders” (V2670) not only hold your catalogs, sale flyers, etc. at the parties, but they are also great recruiting tools?  They have several colorful recruiting messages on them that WILL get noticed.  You’ll be planting recruiting seeds while they are waiting for the party to start.

Also, use the folders to put together “recruiting packets.”  Fill the folders with information about your company, the commission or earnings scale, company trip information, team meeting info, etc.  Have a few on hand at each party, or in your car, so when you talk to someone who is seriously interested in your opportunity,  you can give them the packet.  Then, ask them to read the information and you’ll get back with them in a few days to answer any questions they might have.

You have so much to offer! 
 Find out what people want and then let them know how YOU can help their dreams to come true.  Different people want different things.  Be aware and ask questions.

Spend 80% of the time listeningband 20% asking and giving information.
Even the WAY you ask plants seeds and gets them thinking about what you offer.  Here are a few suggestions of questions you can ask once you’ve gotten to know them a little bit: Do you need an immediate fix of an “extra $1000 per month?”  Are you looking for a flexible job that you could work around your children?  How much recognition do you receive at the job you currently work?  Would you like to have a job where you get recognized for your performance?   Look at the different slogans we offer in our Booster Products.  They are designed specifically to get people thinking, and to get YOU thinking!  Are they looking for the “opportunity of a lifetime?”

“LISTEN means Look InSide Their Eyes Now!”  
–Linda Lucas

Make yourself a list of scenarios of what people are looking for and how your business can help them.  Then, get some responses in your mind so you are prepared to answer questions.  Be enthused about what you do.  Care about the people you meet.  Find out their dreams, and help them achieve their dreams.  Plant the seeds, nourish them, and then watch your business and your paychecks GROW!   Be sure to ask every guest if they (or a friend) would be interested in your opportunity. 

If you don’t ask …. the answer is no!


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Key 6B: Recruiting Follow UP to Sign-Up!

Follow up to Sign-Up!

Be persistent not pushy!

After you’ve planted those initial recruiting seeds, follow-up. 
“Be persistent, not “pushy.”

The comment I hear the most, when it comes to following up on recruiting is, “I don’t want to be pushy.”  Following up and keeping in touch is NOT being pushy.  (It’s only pushy when you don’t let “no” mean “no” – once you’re sure you’ve asked the right questions.)  Remember, you are offering them a GIFT — the opportunity of a lifetime!  You are offering them “The American Dream” of owning their own business and all the benefits that come with it.

How many times were you asked to join a direct-selling business before you actually said yes to one? 

How do you feel about the person that recruited you? 

Do you think they were too pushy? 

Are you mad at them for sharing the opportunity with you? 

Probably not.  You should be happy that you were offered the opportunity to be involved in such a great company with so many benefits and opportunities.  The trick to staying excited about recruiting is to keep this in mind when following up with your potential recruits.

 Repetition and persistence are wonderful marketing principles which you should practice.  How many times have you seen a commercial on TV or an advertisement in the paper and thought nothing of it because you didn’t need that product or service at the time?  Then, when you DO need what they are offering, that company comes to mind.  This is how many people respond to your opportunity, and your products.
 Be excited to offer your opportunity to everyone.  The worst they will say is NO, and what will that hurt?  It is just one more NO on the way to a YES.  Most people don’t say yes right away.  That’s why following up is so important.  Be persistent, not pushy.  If you don’t ask the answer is already NO!

1.  Plant the recruiting seeds.
 As we covered last month, include recruiting stickers on all of your literature.  Hand out recruiting dollars and other information.  Mention your opportunity to everyone you meet, without prejudging or making assumptions.  Use the  larger stickers on the front of your catalogs. Make it look enticing to “Start their business” by getting the kit!  Wear recruiting buttons to start conversations!  Remember, you want to ATTRACT people to you by putting out there what you want to get back!

2.  Seriously talk to people about your opportunity.
 The first time you meet someone who would be great in your business, share your enthusiasm and a few of the benefits of joining your company.  Ask EVERYONE at your parties.  Give them enough information to get excited, but don’t overwhelm them.  Practice telling your information.  Keep your first recruiting message down to less than one minute.  Use specific words and phrases such as, “Could I give you some information to take home and read?”  Let them know you are not looking for a commitment now.  Ask them questions like “Would you like to work part-time hours for a full-time income?”  Then, LISTEN to them.  Listen to their needs and wants. 

L-I-S-T-E-N = Look In Side Their Eyes NOW!

Save the details for later.  At the party is the time for you to be taking care of your customers.  So, if someone wants more information ask them if you can set up an appointment where you can go over the details.  Be excited but don’t overwhelm.

Give every interested person a business card so she’ll have some way to contact you.  Mount it on a magnet!

Make a note on your guest list, of who you gave cards or magnets to so you can call them and set up interviews!  At the interview, talk about details such as their commissions, benefits, prizes, and more.    Explain how they can get started, how much money is required, exactly what is expected of them, and other specifics about your company.  (You could even include any written information from your company in a guest folder (V4119) which has several recruiting slogans on the back.)

Remember, an interview is a time for two-way communication.  Encourage each potential recruit to ask you questions and you should ask her questions that will help you determine if she really will be a good team member.  Joan Nilsen, a master team builder featured in the Build It Big book, says “Ask questions to uncover her needs and motivations… Questions are the answer!” 

Keep notes of what you talk about.

Don’t just look to join people for the numbers, look for people are willing to work and contribute to the team.  Make sure to let your potential recruits know that you don’t make any money from signing new recruits, you only make money if THEY are making money and becoming successful.  Reinforce that you will do all that you can to train her and continue to help her in any way that you can as long as she is willing to do her part.  Be sure to let them know what is EXPECTED of them.  Some are so anxious to get a team member that don’t let them know what is expected and then they are frustrated when people don’t work.  We need to be straight with them and let them know that there are certain things that they need to commit to become successful.

End the interview by saying something like, “I really would love to have you on my team.  Are you ready to give it a try?”  You must ASK-  remember, if you don’t ask the answer is already no!

3.  Keep track of who you need to follow up with!
Staying organized, and being consistent is a key part of recruiting.  After seriously speaking with a customer about the benefits of your business write down the name and phone number of that person on the “Butterfly…  Recruit!” Erase Board (EB6129).  Keep it handy on your refrigerator, or at your desk.  This beautiful erase board has places for you to check off when you’ve made an interview appointment, had the interview, sent postcards, made follow up phone calls, got them to join the team, sent welcome postcards, etc.  Remember, “It’s what you do with what you have that makes you who you are!”

I love the quote on the bottom of this erase board:  “How do you help others become butterflies?” “Show them that to FLY is so wonderful that they are willing to give up being caterpillars.”  It is up to you to show them that to FLY is so wonderful that they are willing to do what is necessary.  If you gave out a recruiting packet, gift, etc. as mentioned previously, when you get home, add that person to your erase board so you are reminded to follow up.

Recruiting IS a numbers game.  It is important to give everyone the opportunity, but it is even more about working with the people who choose to work with you.  Don’t waste your time on people who YOU don’t want on your team, or those who aren’t interested.  Their time may be later.  Always be nice and keep in touch so when they are ready your name will be the first one they think of.

4.  Send postcards.
I recommend that you send a postcard to a potential recruit about once a week, or once a month, depending on their interest level.

Postcards are not intrusive, yet they remind people you are thinking of them, and it keeps your name in their minds.  Even if they never join your team, they will know who you are for when they need your product.  We even have some with the text already printed on them for you, or you can use our FREE TEMPLATES to print your own then add a handwritten note at the bottom.  We have several designs or you can use our BACKGROUNDS to print whatever you want.  We even offer the designs PERSONALIZED with your information already printed on them.  Just see the different designs with a PR following the item number.

When you send postcards, be sure to include something personal.  (In another blog we talked about the importance of your guest list and writing down something about each guest to help you remember them better.

Be sure and write something positive like “great smile,” “makes people feel good,” “loves and knows the products,” etc. so you can use these comments when you send postcards.  Then, as you get to know these people better, keep notes so you can continue to be original.  It will pay off in the end by helping you to build a great customer base as well as a team.)

Think about the ABCD formula.  A= A success formula.  If the B for Benefit is greater than the C for Cost = DO IT!  The cost of a postcard is less than 14¢.  To mail it is 28¢ for a total of 42¢.  Let’s say you send one postcard a week for 3 months and then one a month for 6 more months.  That would be 15 postcards at a cost of $6.30.  How much would you make if after 6 months the time was right for that customer to join your team?  Would you make more than $6.30.  Even if they didn’t join your team during that time, I’m sure you could have called them to keep in touch or get an order, or entice them to be a host.  You would easily make you $6.30 investment back as well as building a relationship that could go on for years.  What is important is that you set up a SYSTEM to send the cards.  Make it part of your routein!
5.  Follow up with phone calls.

Make a goal to call a certain number of contacts each week.  You can invite them to rallies, unit meetings, or large sales meetings.  Be interested in what is happening in their lives.  KEEP NOTES! 

If you are using our Customer Care Cards (V4124) as your contact system, attach a colored 4” x 6” card to the back  of the cards with those whom you’ve made recruiting contacts.  A different color for recruiting, hosts, and additional customer information makes it easy!

When you show genuine interest in them, they will be more receptive to what you have to offer whether it is products or the opportunity. 

When you take care of the people, the money will take care of itself.  Too many times people are so focused on getting a recruit that when the person is not interested they drop them like a hot potato.  When this happens, it confirms in their minds that is was a good decision to NOT join their team. 

Remember to  continue to build the relationship with them as a customer and hostess.  You never know, she might eventually join — but if you don’t keep up the relationship, chances are you will lose a customer, friend and host as well as a recruit.

6.  Continue to send them literature.
When new catalogs or sales flyers come out, drop them one in the mail.  Drop a recruiting bookmark, notepad, or magnet with your name on it in their envelope.  They’ll see these items repeatedly, and think about you.  Your goal is to keep in contact so when they are ready, they will come to you.  Put recruiting stickers on the envelopes and catalogs you send.

Use the “Extra $100” printable stickers (PSA6208) as address labels and the “I love what I do” mini printable stickers (PSM6502) as return address labels.

7.  If  they aren’t interested, ask for a referral.   If they tell you they are not interested at the time, ask if they know of someone else who might be.  Still keep in contact with them as a customer, and be sure to follow up on the new lead!  Build that new person’s self concept by telling her that her friend thought she would be fabulous in the business.  Be sincere in your compliments, letting her know you would love to tell her more about the opportunity.  Put a recruiting sticker, on the back of your business cards and ask them to share.  If a person then joins, reward the person who gave you the name.  She might then give you more names or decide to join too!

8.  Encourage comments from customers.
Encourage your customers to share their dreams with you.  Then, tell them HOW you can help them to reach their dreams.

Think about the benefits that you like best about the business you are in.  Then, think back to when you first decided to sign up with your company.  What influenced your decision the most?  Compile a list of five reasons someone should join your company.  These are the ideas that you should work into every presentation, and most importantly every recruiting interview you do.  (See your Recruiting ONE LINERS list from last month!)  Remember, be enthusiastic and sincere when sharing your opportunity so everyone will know that you really do “Love what you do, and they can too!”  See the Bill and Dream Bucks (V6660 & V6661) to learn how Rhonda Townsend won :Recruiting Queen with her company by using this technique!”

Remember the challenge game: To keep track of how many “NO”s you get before you get a “YES.”  Then, try to get less “NO”s before the next “YES,” etc.

Get to know each person you approach with the opportunity.  Find out each person’s likes, dislikes, needs, and dreams.  Point out the qualities each person has that you think would make her a great member of your team.  Send her a recruiting postcard.  Help her to envision her success.  Explain that she will be part of a team who will support her all along the way.  Tell her that you, and the rest of the team, would love to help her get started, will continue sharing new ideas throughout the years, and hopefully you will become close friends.

TIP:  When you are finishing up an order at a party with someone you would love to have on your team, say something like this:
 “Could you use an extra $100 a week?  You know, I’ve noticed you tonight and I would love to have you on my team.  Have you ever though of becoming a ____ Consultant?” 

If they give you the normal excuses, point out one or two advantages (flexible time schedule, being their own boss, etc.) and ask if those would be of interest to them.  If those benefits don’t interest them, find some that do.  Then,  if they still say no, not now- but showed a glimmer of interest, explain “That’s OK, I felt that way too, at first, but I have a gift for you.” 

Then present them with a recruiting bookmark  (with your contact info on the back–use the “Extra $100 “Printable sticker  with your contact info and a “I would love to have you on my team” sticker.) and  the “I would love to have you on my team” Business Card Size sticker (PSB6309) made into a magnet with your info.) 

You could also give them a little sample of your product in a clear cello bag tied with a festive ribbon.  Ask them to use the magnet to put the bookmark on their fridge and say: “Every time you look at these, I want you to remember that you would be FABULOUS in this business because you are so __ (outgoing, talented, love the products, etc.) and I would LOVE to have you on my team.  I’ll be checking back with you in a week or so, OK?”  How do you think they will feel about themselves every time they look at the bookmark and your magnet?  Right, they will feel good about themselves and feel good about you.  Even if they don’t join your team, you will be building a relationship which will likely lead to future sales!  That magnet with your contact info will be on her fridge forever!  Once you’ve talked to her encourage her to use the bookmark in her favorite book to remind her of your opportunity.


           Be persistent, but not pushy!  

Remember to use the Recruiting Stickers: 
Lately there has been a LOT of talk about creating “sparks” that will interest people in your business … that it takes too much time to plant seeds and wait for them to grow.  However, you can create all the sparks you want over concrete and you’ll not get a flame.  The trick is to lay down the kindling, create an atmosphere where they are receptive to your “spark” and then when you say something that generates a spark of interest, they are more likely to respond.

Remember, “The Secret”?  It is all about ATTRACTING to us what we want to occur.  As you lay the groundwork about your opportunity you will be putting out there what you want to get back.  People will be drawn to you as you are consistently enthusiastic about your business and the benefits it offers.    Then, once you’re created the spark and a fire has ignited,  be sure to gently fan the flames until they are on fire and excited themselves!


We at the Booster do something different from other trainers.  We not only provide you with training, but we have the products to make it easy for you to apply what we (and many others) train you to do without having to “re-invent the wheel!”  Why spend your time coming up with the products yourself when we have them all done for you?

We keep our prices VERY REASONABLE, in fact, you can join our KEY PACK CLUB and receive a 10% discount on every product we offer as well as additional discounts on the products mentioned in the monthy training.  Click KEY PACK CLUB INFO Category for more details.

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