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How to be a responsible Network Marketing Sponsor

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  • When someone joins you and your business, what’s the first thing you do?

    Hopefully, you pick up the phone and welcome them. So what’s next?
    Find out their goals, their dreams and their visions for their new business.
    Together, design an action plan to start reaching those goals.

    Responsible sponsoring means developing a relationship, a partnership.
    And this evolves over time.

    It doesn’t mean you build their business for them, but you can empower them
    by providing tools, resources, ideas and guidance.

    Check in once a week for the first couple of months. Reassure them that you are
    there and are available for questions and guidance. This also let them know
    what is expected of them as they develop into a leader and a sponsor. And it creates
    duplication within your organization.

    Some will require more guidance, some will require little. Be flexible and willing to adapt to different people and their needs.

    Sponsoring and sharing in their excitement is one of the best things about Network Marketing. So, approach each new distributor with positive energy and help them become wildly successful!


    BELIEVE Success!


    Lisa Willard
    Flag as inappropriate Posted by Lisa Willard on 8th September 2008
  • Great post~!, most sponsors are not there for their downline and then wonder why they didn't make it. This is the very reason I feel it is important to keep in touch and offer support and training. Again, great advice~!
    Flag as inappropriate Posted by Crystal on 8th September 2008
  • I love it Lisa! When we bring in a customer, only once a week is fine to stay in touch. When we bring in a business builder, we talk AT LEAST once every day, and usually MUCH MORE OFTEN. Three way caqlls ROCK! That's the best part of mentoring!!!

    HUGS!! Linda/CMAS, BS, RN
    Flag as inappropriate Posted by BizNurse on 9th September 2008

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