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How far should you go to help?

Sep 7th 2010 at 4:24 PM


At the MasterMind V event in Houston last year, Jordan Adler shared this tip.

A new distributor may ask you, "Please jump on a plane and come to my city to do a meeting. I can have 100 people there."

We all know what happens. Sometimes the over-enthusiastic new distributor has over-estimated the attendance. Sometimes almost no one shows up.

But we can't just say "No" to the request. So how can we estimate how successful our trip will be?

Jordan recommended this. He would tell the new distributor:

"Let's do a teleconference with your prospects first. And then I will come and do an opportunity meeting."

If the request was legitimate, the teleconference would be well-attended. And if the new distributor over-estimated the local enthusiasm, the teleconference would show that very few real prospects exist.

If the new distributor can't get 20 or 30 people on the teleconference call, what are the chances that 100 people would drive and show up for an opportunity meeting?

What a great way of servicing the new distributor's request, while avoiding unproductive trips to faraway places.

Sometimes our new distributors can be found right in our own  back yard. There have been times when I have made things more complicated instead of sticking to the simple skills that work.

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Looking forward to helping you!



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Sep 11th 2010 at 7:51 PM by onqglobal
Location, Location, Location in the past was true for brick'n'mortar business, and the knowledge of just where to be within the perfect place is to test... and in testing would be to ask other the right queries for the Needful answers into just where to be or surveys being an advanced measure of inquiry. Bringing about the desired end result. ___ Now, the follow-up in similar practicable activity will bring about your Needed outcome. Again, in simple terms the Need to canvas, to survey, to test, et cetera. Whatever terms work for you. I'm totally in-line with your points of interest. tuvm, Continue Prosperously,
Sep 7th 2010 at 9:58 PM by GTBulmer
Hello, Ingrid: Great article! We all want to help others along the road to success, but before we give them too much, they must first demonstrate the ability to be productive on their own. Our help can be relative to their level of commitment and ability. It's like the prospective distributor who says, "Pay my way in and I'll pay you back when I'm earning money." Sorry. That's not how it works. You must invest in yourself first or you will have no sense of commitment. :-)
Sep 7th 2010 at 5:29 PM by TerriLPattioMLMmento
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