7 Steps To Becoming A Monster Recruiter In Network MarketingHow would you like to become a monster when it comes to being a Recruiter In Network Marketing, not just average and Building a Legacy for your Family.

I just finished a webinar by the Network Marketing Pro, Eric Worre that was incredible and he laid out his seven steps.

I wanted to just share the highlights of his steps in hopes that you will want more and change your recruiting.

How would you like to become a Recruiting Machine for your business?

7 Steps To Becoming A Monster Recruiter In Network Marketing

If you only get one thing out of this post, it should be to connect with Eric Worre and start ingesting all of his training.

So, here is a summary of his training on becoming a Recruiting Monster.

1.   Decision

The decision is the first thing you need to do is make the decision to become a recruiter.

It seems so obvious, but you would be surprised how many people just can’t make that decision to go all out.

Once you have made the Decision, you can get to work

2.   Mindset

Mindset is one of the most important steps.

If you are approaching your prospects with a mindset of “They probably won’t want this anyway” you is quite right.

Your mindset has a very big part in your success and how others see you.

You need to work every day on building and changing your mindset for the better.

It takes work to develop the right habits in our lives.

3.   Collect Friends

One thing you will find in all the successful recruiters in Network Marketing is that they are always gathering more friends.

Network Marketing is a business of relationships, period.

So, spending time making new friends and building relationships is what your business is all about.

4.   Positive Daily Habits

We all have daily habits; the key is, are they positive or negative?

Positive daily habits are a must if you are going to take your recruiting to the next level!

I try ever day to start with an attitude of gratitude and pump myself up for the day.

The more positive habits I can have the better.

5.   Always Be Prepared

The “Boy Scouts” tell us, Always be prepared and it’s a great motto.

The pros will always be ready to recruit the next prospect.

They will have their story ready and their presentation available.

Don’t go out if you are not going to be prepared

6.   Enthusiasm

I have never met anyone who’s been a top recruiter who isn’t extremely Enthusiastic about their business.

Imagine how the person you are talking to feels if you are just humdrum and not excited about what you do?

So, get excited about your business and what you have to offer before you chat with a prospect.

If you are not enthusiastic no one else will be.

7.   Think Bigger

So, the one thing I always hear from the top recruiters is if they had to do it over again they would think bigger and faster.

If you really want to step up your recruiting and join the Big Dogs you need to start thinking bigger today.

Bigger and Faster equals explosion in your business!

7 Steps To Becoming A Monster Recruiter In Network Marketing – Summary

In conclusion, if you want to change your business and step it up to the next level then you need to implement these 7 steps.

Finally, if you want to see his full webinar on this topic you can do that here.

So, read this post again the next time your recruiting takes a halt.

I would love to hear about your recruiting experiences and how you are doing.  Please share that with us in the comments below.

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