Prepping for the Network Marketing Industry
If you watched the video you got the idea that I am eluding to the fact that hundreds and thousands upon thousands of people are in an industry they are not ready to be in yet. So, what do we do about it? How do you keep those in your downline from "QUITTING?"
And Jesus said unto them, Come ye after me, and I will make you to become fishers of men. - Gospel of Mark 1:17
The answer is you back track a little while they are trying to go forward. Lay the foundation and begin the prepping process. Help them migrate from what they are to what they need to "become" in order to survive in the network marketing industry. I am talking about something deeper than training on lead generation, follow up, or closing the deal. More on this in a later video. But, first, here is a good definition on what I was talking about in the video about prep cooks.
Definition of Prep Cook
"A prep cook is an entry level kitchen position ideally suited for an aspiring chef. An aspiring chef will gain invaluable experience as a prep cook that will, in time, prepare him or her to advance to the next level of the kitchen ladder, also known as the chef hierarchy.
Although a prep cook receives a great amount of on-the-job training, it is often useful in landing this type of job to have already taken some basic training courses in the culinary arts. Prep cooks usually work under the command of a senior member of the kitchen staff. In light of this fact, it is important for a prep cook to be able to accept constructive criticism, even when under pressure, as is often the case in a busy kitchen.
Yes, a kitchen can be a high-pressure work environment, and a prep cook will need to have a skin that is thick enough to deal with the inevitable complaints – from customers as well as from more senior chefs. A prep cook must also accept that they will inevitably make a lot of mistakes in this entry level position, and must be able to view those mistakes as invaluable learning experiences as opposed to setbacks.
Despite being at the bottom of the kitchen ladder, the prep cook is an integral member of the kitchen staff. Although a prep cook has less responsibility than other kitchen staff members, the work that they perform is nevertheless crucial to the overall success of the kitchen. For this reason, the successful prep cook will learn how to work well in a team, will take responsibility for their actions, and will consistently pay attention to details..." read full article here
The purpose of this reference, as said in the video, was to stir your mind to thinking about the needed prepping stage in network marketing and how important it is to your success. Do not overlook this stage and try to jump on the line and start cooking!
Hope you enjoyed!
Joseph J. Young