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Re: Are you recruiting quality partners?

Post by Adil_Shamim on Sat Mar 31, 2012 7:39 am

mlsanders wrote:It makes no difference where a person is from or their background. They come to you to learn. Your job now is the teach a new partner to change their lives for the better. Every time you reach one, teach one. Quality partners are trained and many may have come to you with no experience at all. They just want to change their lives and they look to you for that guidance and training.
Nobody would turn down a person who wanted to learn and change their lives no matter where they came from. You are helping them to achieve their goals. :idea:

Mario..Basic thing i look for in a potential partner is the RIGHT attitude..everything else is secondary..


Adil

Re: Are you recruiting quality partners?

Post by mlsanders on Wed Mar 28, 2012 10:33 pm

It makes no difference where a person is from or their background. They come to you to learn. Your job now is the teach a new partner to change their lives for the better. Every time you reach one, teach one. Quality partners are trained and many may have come to you with no experience at all. They just want to change their lives and they look to you for that guidance and training.
Nobody would turn down a person who wanted to learn and change their lives no matter where they came from. You are helping them to achieve their goals. :idea:

Re: Are you recruiting quality partners?

Post by Prostarprofits on Tue Mar 27, 2012 9:40 am

You recruit who you are in order to recruit better high quality of people you have to become more. I focus on recruiting already existing business owners real estate, insurance, gyms, dentist, ect..

They have money and know what it takes to run a successful business.

Are you recruiting quality partners?

Post by Adil_Shamim on Tue Mar 27, 2012 6:19 am

Always Qualify Prospects Using Short & Clear Questions in your conversation with them so that you are managing to get the required info you need to enroll/recruit them as partners and at the same fostering a relationship with them......Example of some questions are:

1. What do you do now?
2. What does that entail?
3. How long have you done it?
4. How are you being affected by what's happening with the economy?
5. How do you like what you're doing?
6. What did you do before?
7. Have you ever thought about doing anything else?
8. Are you familiar with the network marketing industry?
9. What experience did you have?
10. Why do you think you weren't successful?
11. Would you be open to looking at another company that didn't have those obstacles?

Do you make an effort to qualify prospects before recruiting them?? how important is a quality partner to you?? What kind of questions you ask to qualify them??..

Lets discuss and debate..


Cheers,
Adil

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