Monday, September 6, 2010

Action Day

Hey everyone, just thought I would write a little about action in your business. What good is a dream and plan if there is no action? As long as you have a dream, a plan to make that dream come true and put it all into action there is no way you can lose. In network marketing companies I have learned there is what they call the 80/20 rule, which basically means that when you talk to 100 people you may get about 20 people who are interested. Don't let this discourage you though. Because as network companies go, people have become millionaires or bigger with helping those 20 people do the same thing they are doing. Now I have also learnt that a good way to start is by doing 75 calls, from the training that I did I had learnt that out of 5 people you call you may get 1 person interested or who deserves more time to take to the next step. Then you'll need to call 5 more sets to find 5 people who qualify for more time out of those in the end you should find 2 people who are interested in product use and 1 who will build the business like you do.

Your numbers may vary but it is a good start to see where in that 75 you are and use that as a guideline to get better. As long as you run the numbers there is no way to lose! If you are having problems with finding people who qualify for more info call more people, it's all about the numbers. Don't be upset if you start calling people and you find that you aren't getting anyone right away. I have talked to quite a few people who are now making over $1,000,000/year and they have all told me that they had to go through 100 or more sometimes 500 calls before they started to get people to look at their business and get comfortable making the calls. So if your company has some cheap lead calls you can get start with those first. Get comfortable with the calls then as you get more successful and more comfortable move up to the more expensive ones. Good Luck everyone I know you can do it! feel free to comment on my blog, and also visit my website at

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