New Distributors – Early Objectives

Use this list to guide you through the Early Objectives
in as short a time frame as possible.

First 24-48 hrs:

  1. Build a list of 50 Coffee Drinks and 50 Opportunity Seakers
  2. Listen to Cash Cow, by Holton Buggs
  3. Book 4 Coffee Jazz Mixers (CJMs) with your Upline

 

First Week:

1.  Get 10 Retail Customers (using the Script)

[CUSTOMERS]
(this helps build confidence and allows you to demo to your new team)
 

2.  Get ‘DUAL TEAM’

[PEOPLE]
(As soon as you ‘Sponsor’ 2 People, you can begin earning Dual Team Commissions)
(if your enrolled with Bronze Pack – you earn 10% on Dual Team Bonus)
(if your upgraded to Silver Pack – you earn 15% on Dual Team Bonus)
(if your upgraded to GOLD PACK – you earn 20% on Dual Team Bonus)

 First Month:

3.  Get 5000 Volume
(Platinum Achiever Award)

[BUSINESS]
(Getting 5000-10,000 volume in your first month will ensure you have a mix of
Distributors and Customers  and sets you up for Sapphire the following month)
(It also sends a clear signal to Team Leaders you are serious about growing your Business)

 Month 2:

4.  Sapphire

[LEADERSHIP]
(by achieving Sapphire you have demonstrated your ability to both
Generate Business and Develop People)
(this gives you Team Status, Higher Commissions, Company Car Program
and Direct Support from Crown Ambassador – Jose Ardon)

GET THE SKILLS

from day 1 all the way to Sapphire and beyond
you must be developing the new Skills needed to become a more
Professional Network Marketer and Leader
 

Early Skill Focus:

 
1.  Getting Customers
Desensitising to using the Retail Call Script
 
2.  Building and Growing a List
 
3.  Inviting People
(to CJMs, Launches, Events, to view a Video)
 
4.  Showing the Plan
(Presentation, 1on1, Conference call)
 
Further Skill Focus:

1. Launching New Distributors for Success

2. Managing Team Successes

3. Finding and Attracting other Leaders

 


 


There are not many to learn, but MANY resources to help you
The absolute 2 Best on the Market are:
 
A – Cash Cow, by Holton Buggs
B – Go Pro, by Eric Worre
 

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