December 5, 2016 Category: Business Opportunity Leads, Home Based Business Leads, Identifying an ideal Home Business, MLM Leads, MLM Success Tips, MLM/Home Business Training, PhoneBurner, Tax Advice for Home Businesses

We all look forward to the holiday season, to spending time with family and friends, nice meals, gifts, excited kids – people are a little more laid back.

How does that impact your business? However you let it!  Here’s the deal.  Building a successful MLM business is all about one thing: continuously filling your ‘pipeline’ with prospects until you grow a team big enough to suit your financial needs. Have you heard it said there is no problem in MLM that can’t be solved by recruiting?  It’s true.

And, while people don’t necessarily make decisions in December, they make RESOLUTOINS in January, so setting prospects up with information in December is ideal.

Here’s the way to handle your holiday season prospecting – fill your pipeline so you land a lot of business when the new year rolls around and people are thinking about how they’ll make 2017 better than 2016. In January, we think about change. Thinking about change is GREAT for your business. It’s time to make new plans.  Time to roll up our sleeves and get back to work.

Plus, people have racked up debt over the holidays and along with the credit card bills comes thoughts like “I don’t want to be in this situation next December, how am I going to change it?”

What does that mean for you?  It means that if you’ve planted a lot of seeds during December, you can harvest the results of your efforts in the new year.  The more people you put in your pipeline during December, the more opportunity you have for those people to say yes and become business partners in January.

Don’t use the “everyone’s busy” excuse (even your own busy-ness). Or, I’ll talk to them in the new year. No. Talk to them now. That way when they start thinking about resolutions, and new ideas, they’ll have a big new idea already in mind.

Make it your goal to talk to as many people as you possibly can. Go on a two-week prospecting marathon. Make twice as many calls. Load your pipeline. Go for the numbers and you’ll have more prospects than you know what to do with.

I’ve always liked the “measured push” approach where you challenged yourself to go full out for a certain period of time. It’s manageable, it has an end point and it gets results. And, if you can get your team members to do the same – WATCH OUT – you’ll all have a killer 2017.

Just do it. Don’t procrastinate. Don’t look for excuses. Everyone’s busy. You’re busy. But, if you want to set yourself up for success, just make the push. You’ll be thanking me. You will. Really!

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