Leads for your business are absolutely everywhere!
What is a LEAD and where do I find them? A lead is someone who’s life you can change by offering the opportunity to purchase, sell or build a team.
In our daily life, we meet people everywhere we go. If you’re like everyone else, you may feel uncomfortable stepping outside your comfort to talk to a stranger. Let me tell you this…those who face their fear and discomfort are successful because they do what you won’t. If you’re uncomfortable to talk to the stranger in line at the grocery store or pumping fuel-someone else will. There are people everywhere who are secretly just wishing someone would ask them to join their team or buy their product. I meet people every week who say to me “Gosh, I’ve been trying to find a rep for your company for months and I’m so glad you talked to me” All it takes is ONE lead to get your business moving! All it takes is one new sponsor to get your team growing.
Sure, you can go about your daily tasks and continue to sell products, but you can have such a big impact when you start branching out and sharing your business, by sponsoring. Sponsoring in this industry is truly where you can make the biggest impact on your household finances…and you’ll also be giving the gift of the company to someone else.
Identify potential shoppers or hostesses
- Grocery store
- Dr Offices
- Shopping malls
- Gas Stations
- Moms groups
- Sporting events
- Cannot afford to shop, offer the opportunity to host
- Wants lots and lots of items, offer the opportunity to host
- Has a large social network
Identify potential team members
Potential team members are, in most cases, easy to identify…if we listen and watch for cues. When someone is interested in joining your team, they will behave a bit different. Let’s talk about some ques to look for.
- This person is helping others decide, build, or explaining the product
- Behaved like a consultant at the party
- Lives by the same philosophy of the company
- Brought extra Guests to the party
- Is very helpful and friendly
- Spoke about having a lack of time for family
- Is a stay at home mom looking for an outlet
- Mentioned financial struggles
- Wants to help you pack up at the end of the party-this one is huge
- Asked a lot of questions
- Asked how you got started
- Is unhappy with their current job
- Talked about returning to work
- Talks about how something is missing in her life
- Shares her need to get out of the house
- Asks how much you earn
- Asks if you like what you do
- Has a spouse out of work
- Looking for work with flexible hours
- Is new to the area and looking to meet new people
What can you add to these lists?