The Most Important Thing You Can do in any Business
I know from experience that people need time to think things over. They need more info to look at: Facts and figures. Testimonials. Proof. They need to decide whether or not this is something that they want to commit to.
When it comes to this biz opp (and any other) you HAVE to learn the art of the follow up. This is practically Direct Sales 101, but you would be amazed at how many people don’t implement this important step when relationship-building with both (potential) customers and recruits.
Whether or not you follow up with people can actually make or break your business.
Let me tell you how I got started in a couple of my direct sales companies that I joined. I was looking for a biz opportunity and I requested information from several different companies. Only two companies had representatives that actually contacted me back. I asked hundreds of questions to both of them and they answered and said that they would follow up with me in a week.
Guess what happened in a week? No one contacted me back. When I was introduced to my current direct sales company, the person worked the system that is in place and called me back. I’m so glad she did or I wouldn’t have this business or the freedom to do what I want.
Do you see where I’m going with this? If the other women would have followed up with me, I might be doing a different direct sales company right now.
The fortune is in the follow up
Don’t let a valuable team member slip through your fingers, people!
That is why I take the time to write to you. I have an interest in you. I want to tell you all about this company and the amazing biz opp that it offers. I want you to know that I am here to address any questions or concerns you may have. Reach out to me either here or on Facebook. I will reply.
Make it a Happy Day!
P.S. Don’t look back a year from now and regret that you didn’t get started today?