Insult Recruiting

I was so tickled with this approach I was exposed to that I figured I would blog about it. I was insulted by someone that I thought was a professional in the industry but not so much. I would never join up and partner with this person even if I was paid to join the opportunity just because I do not like his approach at all. You can’t force or insult your recruits to join with you. That’s just not setting yourself up to win.

You know once you find your perfect network marketing company to promote and you get baptized into that companies philosophy, it may be a bit hard for you to hear someone tell you “No its not for me.”

Get over it! Everybody you talk to, in fact 9 out of 10 of them will not want to join your business so get over it. One thing I’m going to suggest that you don’t do is to try to insult the person or make them feel like an idiot or that they are nuts etc. for not joining your business. Everyone has their own ideas and values that attract them to certain businesses and yours may not be the one for them.

Another point is insulting the person or making them feel like they are an idiot for not joining with you will only leave a bad taste in that prospects mouth about you and your professionalism and possibly your company as a whole.

One of the things I do when prospecting with people is leave the door open for another chance to talk with them in the future. something like this “Well hey John I see the timing is not right for you right now, do you mind if I follow up with you in a few months to see if anything has changed and to also update you on my success?”

This will let your prospect know you are professional and plan to be around and having success with your business. Now its your job to go out and have some success with your company :)

 

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