MLM Recruiting Success Training- The 5 C's of MLM Recruiting

Written by Doug Firebaugh

Man. That project is finally finished! And what would it be worth to you to have a LOT of answers to what is working in network marketing recruiting today? A LOT!

We did a 14 month study on what makes successful MLM recruiters tick, how they recruit, what they do, what they think, what they don't do, when they recruit, when they don't, and many other situations and traits and tactics that are working out inrepparttar marketplace.

Many folks we chatted with were very open torepparttar 145363 questions. A few were "too important-too successful" to do anything like this. Yeah, right. It's called massive ego.

But a lot ofrepparttar 145364 million dollar earners that we chatted with were great with their time and answers, and most truly wanted to be a part of this survey.

Their were some interesting findings, and some were shockers, butrepparttar 145365 education was staggering we got from it. And it really opened my eyes to a lot of talent out inrepparttar 145366 industry. We will start with what we callrepparttar 145367 "5 C's" of a great Network marketing Recruiter.

All Million Dollar earners hadrepparttar 145368 5 C's and also thought that it was impossible to succeed in MLM without them.

What are they?

The 5 C's of MLM Recruiting.


Every MLM Millionaire I chatted with had an incredible Conviction for their Product, Program, and Path they were taking. They were flat maniacs about what they were doing.(CLUE!!!!!)

They knew that they knew that they knew they hadrepparttar 145369 best company and product out inrepparttar 145370 field. And it was felt in their recruiting.

They had such a strong Conviction that negative Responses were a sign of stupidity. And one top earner said,"I don't have patience to work with stupid people. I'm glad they told me NO."

Now THAT"S a Paradigm shift! Andrepparttar 145371 Conviction also was about other things in their life, what they went after. They blazedrepparttar 145372 trail and set it OnFire!

At PassionFire, we call it OnFire Passion! The Passion to make something happen no matter what, no matter what is said, done, or not done. A Passion that is so Hot that it is consuming.(CLUE!!!!)

How is your Conviction and Passion for what you are doing when you recruit.? As One top earner said, "If you cannot get passionate about what you are doing in MLM, then you must be passionate about mediocrity."

Well said....

2) "Communication".

The Millionaires I interviewed all had one thing in common: They were ALL Master Communicators! They had an uncanny ability to get their message across and also to be FELT! They had a Power in their Communication and a Power in their Words.

Their Focus was alwaysrepparttar 145373 OTHER PERSON. And they keptrepparttar 145374 conversation flowing in that direction, always focused onrepparttar 145375 other person and what they wanted. Yes, there were some exceptions, whose ego demanded center stage, but again, they wererepparttar 145376 exceptions.

They also Communicated more FREQUENTLY thenrepparttar 145377 most, as they talked to a whole lot more people. And they were very friendly in their Communication, and personable, and well liked. As one top earner said,"We get paid to talk to people. If you mess that up, your check is Toast!"

MLM Recruiting- The Top 10 MLM Prospecting Gold Mines

Written by Doug Firebaugh

You gotta have people to talk to in MLM Prospecting!


You drive by more people in a week than you could possibly recruit in a year!

So - here isrepparttar question:

Do you have enough folks to talk to?

If not - READ ON!!!!

These tactics are what we have found to be extremely effective in creating leads and consistent people to call on. There are hundreds of ways to Prospect. These are just a few to get you started and on your way. Take one which appeals to you and start immediately.

1) 'People that care about you.'

A warm or Hot market is a great place to start. But ask yourself a question:

Who really cares about my success and future? Start there and ask for their help.

You will be surprised how caring and emotions can be of benefit to you. If they do care about you- they will listen to you and try to help.

2) 'People you truly care about.'

Who do you truly care about and want to see have a great life? Start there.

Your compassion and caring will come through and impact in a positive way.

People liked to be thought of, and this is a way to make that happen, and also to

show your feelings towards their future and Life.

3) 'People that you know that care aboutrepparttar 144999 same things. '

Who has a commonality with you in caring forrepparttar 145000 same things? Maybe in a club or church, or an association. You have already established that you have something in common that matters to you both. And your business would be a great way to expand that relationship.

4) 'Follow your Dollar.'

Who do you do business with? Who do give money to on a regular basis?

Whether it is shopping or getting something repaired or simply paying to have something done, that is who you want to target. Who did you buy your car from? Who sells you your clothing and groceries?

Follow your dollar. There is a gold mine their in contacts and potential sales. They may be hesitant about joining you , but ask for referrals. They owe them to you

5)'The Goldmine on your desk.'

Most folks have some form of a Rolodex or card case on their desk, or in their planner. But most have a listing of who they have gathered cards from. Even in their palm pilot. Most Business owners have a great Rolodex but less than 10% ofrepparttar 145001 cards produce revenues for them.

Turn your or their Rolodex into a Goldmine that produces a secondary revenue source for them, by contactingrepparttar 145002 cards inrepparttar 145003 rolodex, and increaserepparttar 145004 value of their contacts.

'What percentage of your rolodex is currently producing you any type of revenue source?

2%? 5%?

If there was a way to increase that to 15-20% - would you want to know about it?'

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