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SUCCESS: Do what's right, the right way, at the right time. Success occurs when your dreams get bigger than your excuses.
I don't remember who first said it because I have seen it in several leadership books, but the basic principle is that we need to make sure we never lose sight of those we are leading. Sometimes they need a hand to hold while there are other times when they need a swift kick in the rear to get them moving. If you stay consistent with your business, they will see what you do and those who want to succeed will ask you about your approach to the BUSINESS.
So here's what to do:
1. A leader is first and foremost an achiever.
We must walk the walk before we talk the talk. We must remember that what we do (or DON'T DO) speaks so loudly that what we say can't be heard. So we ourselves must set and obtain our activity goals and move toward our achievement goals. We then can coach from the best vantage point--our own experience--as we seek to duplicate what we do (that we've discovered works!).
2. We ALL MUST be engaged in participating in the team setting if we want a real income!
If you're new and reading this "listen" carefully. If you have a sponsor and/or upline leader(s) who are reaching out to you reply to them. Let them work with you. And apply what you're being taught!
I work hard at developing relationships with my downline team members. Unless you bring people in through some sort of person to person contact (chat/phone/or live in person), this is difficult and does require persistence and consistency! :) Eventually people will respond. Just remember, "People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care".
Once you open up 2-way communication, you can build a relationship. It is then that you can coach your team members and they're more likely to "listen. Simply don't give up reaching out in order to establish communication. You need to be appreciative!
"If nobody is following you, all you are doing is taking a walk."
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