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MLM Recruiting The Wrong Way Will Kill Your Social Status Part 1 of 3

MLM RecruitingMLM recruiting done wrong will burn bridges between you, your friends and your family. Take a closer look at your invite scripts and make sure you’re not doing these critical mistakes in your MLM recruiting process.

Allow me to paint a scenario so you can see what’s really going here.

Ok you just signed up in a new opportunity. You’re super excited, you just finished your MLM recruiting training and now pedal to the medal you’re out MLM recruiting and hustling to get your new MLM business off the ground.

You can see your future, you know your why, your vision is clear in your mind, you can taste the lifestyle and the residual income changing your life. You then go out in the “real” world then bang, your first rejection. It’s ok, you learned a couple new objection reversal and bam, second, third and fourth rejections and they keep on coming and coming and coming.

You go out and ask people to come to your presentation yet it seems to be so difficult, it’s just emotionally draining. After doing the rounds of your friends and family once, then you go a second time and plead your friends and family to at least come and watch it just to save face, not feel the guilt of not bringing anyone and show your upline that you’ve got some new faces in the room. “It’s a numbers game” they tell you, “for every 10 you bring, 1 will sign up” they say.

Well it’s not always the case, those stats are misleading and they’re not comparing apple to apples, maybe it’s the case for them as expert in the industry but as a beginner, those numbers are not supper accurate, everybody’s different, it’s not just a numbers game, it’s also a skill set.

It turns out to be a lot more challenging than it really is. People are busy, they no show and after a while you get discouraged, then you see all your dreams vanishing away, disappearing in the darkness. Does that sound familiar? Well, it doesn’t have to be that hard. Natural born leaders can make that method work pretty well for them.

They are people of influence and people follow their lead no matter what. Unfortunately, not everyone’s gifted in that MLM recruiting area. To know if the warm market approach will work for you, look at yourself in the mirror and compare yourself amongst your social peers and ask yourself: “Am I the leader of the group?” If not, then this approach will more than likely not work for you.

If you keep on insisting for your friends and family to show up to a presentation or to join, after they told you “No” a bunch of times, stop and think about it, how do you think that would make them feel? How would it make you feel to know that you are, not knowingly, applying pressure sales techniques by using the emotional card?

Now let’s say in the future, you try to reach one of your friends or family member; would they purposely try to avoid your calls thinking that’ you’re just going to try to do your sales pitch again?

This is how, without your knowing, your start burning bridges little by little.  Over time people will start to talk about you in your back saying how annoying you are and how you’re brain washed into something sort of cult. If you don’t pick out those social cues and body language soon enough, your wrong MLM recruiting ways will slowly kill your social status.

MLM Recruiting From Your Prospect’s Perspective

Now it’s important to understand why this is happening, and for that, we’ve got to look at it from the prospect’s perspective. So let’s turn the tables around. You’re a busy successful person, business savvy, you’ve been involved in network marketing for nearly 10 years and are a pro at MLM recruiting.

You know the modern 6 approaches (and counting) and that the warm market is only one of them. You know how to properly handle the warm market and know what’s socially acceptable in our modern society and our era of unlimited information at our finger tips.

You know that you have to qualify prospects to see if they are even open to see or hear about a business opportunity before you even make the invite. That will give you a qualified prospect. You’re working hard on your MLM business, you’re busy and got a lot of stuff on the go and then you get an e-mail from your niece out of the blue, that asks you if you’re open to see an opportunity and that if you’d be available to come to a presentation Wednesday night.

Because you’ve been around the block for so long, right away all the MLM recruiting red flags from the approach are kicking in.

Join me tomorrow to find out what those MLM recruiting Red Flags are and what questions really goes on in the back of your mind. Remember, stay in character, you’re still the successful network marketer and now you’re the prospect.

What about you, what do you think those red flags are? Share your thoughts, cheers!

MLM Recruiting Part 1     Part 2     Part 3

 

 

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