Building Financial Security & Time Freedom with Your Javita Business: 8 Methods that Become Your Goals
Excerpted from Colleen Stiles & John Ryan’s TeleTraining March 24, 2014
Your #1 Goal is to 1) build a distribution network and 2) to sell product!
1. Get a conveyor belt going so you are not waiting on people to decide. Keep 20 people in an active educational process sending them a trickle of 3 Way Calls, interesting research, articles and videos etc. Generally takes 3-5 exposures for people to say Yes or No. What info do they need? Need to try product? Find out what “they are thinking” don’t just keep coming “at” them with what’s important to you; find out what’s important to them and then keep asking questions until you see the puzzle piece of Javita starting to fit into their goals, dreams and/or lives.
2. Using 3-Way Conference Calls – 3WCC – your upline either adds to your credibility or gives you the credibility you may not have yet, i.e., monthly income and/or health benefits and results.
3. After every key exposure conduct a 3WCC – Conference Call.
4. Small group gatherings – Table for 4. Lunch. Breakfast. Coffee.
5. Coffee Tasting Party for family, friends, colleagues and/or Public Business Receptions PBRs -for reaching out to community businesses.
6. 1:1 Conference Calls – “When can we do ‘virtual coffee’?”
7. Making use of the Javita Corporate Webinars on M & W evenings.
8. Webinars of your own: Social Networking & Internet Methods of connecting and contacting i.e., LinkedIn your target market / industry.
What to do with people who say they are not interested.
Not interested simply means not now – keep them on the conveyor belt and reconnect every 30 days – making it light: “It’s me again is it still not a good time?” Keep present with them on a monthly basis.
This is a business of duplication – so focus on the method.
We need to give a stronger voice to ALL the methods
used to build this business.
Remember to Keep It Simple & Straightforward and to HAVE FUN!
First Follower: Leadership Lessons from Dancing Guy
Uploaded on Feb 11, 2010 Official transcript at http://sivers.org/ff
If you’ve learned a lot about leadership and making a movement, then let’s watch a movement happen, start to finish, in under 3 minutes, and dissect some lessons:
A leader needs the guts to stand alone and look ridiculous. But what he’s doing is so simple, it’s almost instructional.
This is key. You must be easy to follow!
Now comes the first follower with a crucial role: he publicly shows everyone how to follow.
Notice the leader embraces him as an equal, so it’s not about the leader anymore.
It’s about them, plural. Notice he’s calling to his friends to join in.
It takes guts to be a first follower!
You stand out and brave ridicule, yourself. Being a first follower is an under-appreciated form of leadership.
The first follower transforms a lone nut into a leader. If the leader is the flint, the first follower is the spark that makes the fire.
The 2nd follower is a turning point: it’s proof the first has done well. Now it’s not a lone nut, and it’s not two nuts. Three is a crowd and a crowd is news.
A movement must be public.
Make sure outsiders see more than just the leader. Everyone needs to see the followers, because new followers emulate followers – not the leader.
Now here come 2 more, then 3 more. Now we’ve got momentum. This is the tipping point! Now we’ve got a movement!
As more people jump in, it’s no longer risky. If they were on the fence before, there’s no reason not to join now. They won’t be ridiculed, they won’t stand out, and they will be part of the in-crowd, if they hurry. Over the next minute you’ll see the rest who prefer to be part of the crowd, because eventually they’d be ridiculed for not joining.
And ladies and gentlemen that is how a movement is made!
Let’s recap what we learned:
If you are a version of the shirtless dancing guy, all alone, remember the importance of nurturing your first few followers as equals, making everything clearly about the movement, not you.
Be public. Be easy to follow!
But the biggest lesson here – did you catch it?
Leadership is over-glorified.
Yes it started with the shirtless guy, and he’ll get all the credit, but you saw what really happened:
It was the first follower that transformed a lone nut into a leader.
There is no movement without the first follower.
We’re told we all need to be leaders, but that would be really ineffective.
The best way to make a movement, if you really care, is to courageously follow and show others how to follow.
When you find a lone nut doing something great, have the guts to be the first person to stand up and join in.
Original video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GA8z7f…