4 Tips for Keeping a Team Motivated

Written by Kara Kelso

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4. Contact your downline on a monthly basis Personally contact everyone and see how they are doing. This is a good idea even if some in your team are making sales without your help. Just check in and see if anyone has questions or problems - they may be afraid to ask for help.

These are just a few things that you can do to keep your team motivated. Be creative and personal, this is alwaysrepparttar best way to go!

About the Authors: Kara Kelso & Anita DeFrank are two busy wahms, and the owners of Direct Sales Helpers. Learn how you can be successful in your company by visiting: http://www.DirectSalesHelpers.com

Becoming A Talent Scout vs. A Recruiter

Written by Sue Seward

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Folks if you really want to become very successful in this business you've got to developrepparttar habit of becoming a TALENT SCOUT!

Ok this does take time. You must first develop yourself as a leader. Hang out with talented leaders, listen to them, learn from them, read books, listen to tapes, get on conference calls...all of this is very important.

Getting wealthy in this industry very quickly is a myth. It just doesn't happen that often folks.

You've got to pay your dues!

Allrepparttar 105667 sacrifice,repparttar 105668 time,repparttar 105669 hard work it's taken to develop myself into a leader and a talent scout has been well worth it because people are coming to me now. Some very talented people are contacting me and I'm constantly keeping my eyes and ears open for talented women and men that I would like to work with.

I've gotten torepparttar 105670 point now where I can be very selective in who I choose to work with and folks that's sweet!

I've developed into a top talent scout.... looking forrepparttar 105671 most talented people I can. What is talent anyway? Does that mean they have a Ph.D. or are very successful already? Well, some of them are.......

But forrepparttar 105672 most part what I look for are people that are highly motivated, folks with a winning attitude....I look for ordinary people that can do ordinary things extraordinarily well! And it's about not being fearful of speaking with extremely successful people about what you're doing. Remember you're a talent scout not a recruiter. When you have this attitude these type people will know it and they will gladly speak with you because they realize that you are not out to recruit them.

Will they join you? Maybe, maybe not. But I think you getrepparttar 105673 point right? When you get to this place you will be absolutely amazed atrepparttar 105674 people that start to contact you andrepparttar 105675 success you will have when you start to seek outrepparttar 105676 right people. Try being a talent scout not a recruiter and just watch what happens!

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Sue Seward is an Internet Business Consultant, entrepreneur, wife and mom, and has been earning an income for five years from home. She is also a published writer and speaker.

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