The Numbers Don't Lie in Network Marketing
I love numbers. When it comes to network marketing, it’s important to know your numbers. What I want to do is share some realistic numbers with you about what to expect in your business. This is what I have found from my 16+ years experience in the industry.
As a quick disclaimer, I legally have to tell you that individual results will always vary, based upon your skill-set and work ethic, and even a little bit of luck.
Let me start by telling you that your ultimate goal is to find three to five rock stars. I once heard that three will make you free and five will make you rich. I should clarify that a rock star is someone who will go on and build a big business with or without you! They’re leaders, doers and they produce results. They’re part of the one percent.
Your ultimate goal is to find those rock stars as quickly as possible. Depending on your circle of influence and your skill-set talking to people, the amount of time it will take you and the number of people you will have to talk to will vary by person.
What I want to share below is what I consider a conservative estimate of what you will need to do to find your rock stars.
• About 1 in every 5 people you talk to will sit down and listen to a presentation
• About 1 in every 5 presentations will join your team
• About 1 in every 5 people who join your team will do ANYTHING at all
• About 1 in every 5 who do anything will be a ROCK STAR
In order to five your five rock stars you must:
• Talk to 3125 people
• Show 625 presentations
• Sponsor 125 people
• Find 25 who do anything at all
• Find 5 rock stars!
This might sound crazy or extreme at first, but you could accomplish this goal in about 10 MONTHS, simply by talking to just 10 people a day. If you talked to just five people a day, you could do it in about 20 months. That’s less than TWO YEARS.
How exciting is that? How exciting is it to know that by working 1-2 hours a day for 10-20 months you could find your five rock stars and go on and build a huge network marketing business?
What are your thoughts? What have your numbers been like? Leave a comment below to let me know what you think. I look forward to hearing from you.
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