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The 3 CEO's Formula For Building Success & Wealth in Network Marketing and Life. von Iverson, Spencer (eBook)

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 28.09.2015
  • Verlag: BookBaby
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The 3 CEO's Formula

You hold the key to your own financial freedom. Want to fire your boss? Start your own company? Take control of your future and create a lasting legacy? Whether you''re new to network marketing or a seasoned professional looking to take your business to the next level, The 3 CEOs Formula can teach you how to reach your goals!

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    Format: ePUB
    Kopierschutz: AdobeDRM
    Seitenzahl: 150
    Erscheinungsdatum: 28.09.2015
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9781483559292
    Verlag: BookBaby
    Größe: 260kBytes
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The 3 CEO's Formula

Floyd's View Leaders Build on a Solid Foundation It takes great leadership to build anything substantial and sustaining. Where would the Disney corporation have ended up without Walt? The Ford Motor Company without Henry? McDonald's without Ray Kroc? They might have been good businesses with decent returns, but chances are, without those dynamic figures at their helms, they would not have grown into the branded empires we know them as today. Great leaders use their influence to impact others and inspire them to accomplish more. They have the vision to see what's possible when others only see things as they currently are. A great leader uses his or her power of influence to help transform attitudes of doubt and negativity into attitudes of belief and great expectations. A great leader's influence will continue to have a significant impact long after he or she has departed. In network marketing, your goal is to be that great leader and build your own personal empire through dedication and determination. We've said it before and we'll say it again, both here and in the future: A great business doesn't happen overnight. It takes time to build up your own leadership skills and then use them to recruit and retain the best people out there-to build a strong, solid team that can go the distance. You will have to develop your ability to communicate your ideas, listen effectively and overcome objections as you present your opportunity to others. You'll need to learn to set goals for your business, track your progress and make adjustments along the way. The goal is to be like McDonald's, or Ford, or Disney: to have a company that will last for the rest of your life, and then just keep on going. The first step you must take toward building this sort of business is putting together a great team, one designed for stability and longevity. Toward this end, you must have stable people on your team-this means individuals who have learned to manage their time and finances, as well as the unexpected challenges that are simply a part of everyday life. Think about it: If half your team is dealing with overwhelming problems at home-with their families, for example, or with debt-how well are they going to perform at work? Distractions in their personal lives can lead to less focus on the tasks they need to do to make your business great, and that is a setback that, often, you cannot afford. Of course, no one's perfect, and there will come a time when you'll meet someone who seems as though he'd be a great rep-if only he weren't dealing with that messy divorce, or struggling to get himself out of debt. Are people like this worth recruiting? Often, the answer is "yes." Men and women with a little baggage can indeed become your best associates, with just a little guidance and training. Great leaders develop stability in their team members by setting up proper expectations with them from the very beginning. Here are several key ways to accomplish this: 1. Create a game plan with your new recruits immediately after getting them started, including how much income they expect to earn in the first thirty days, the first six months and the first year. Make sure it's realistic. 2. Find out how much time and effort they're willing to put into their businesses-and how long they're willing to keep it up in order to reach their financial goals. 3. Let new recruits know how much money they will need to invest in their businesses long-term to reach their financial goals. 4. Talk to them about unforeseen obstacles that may arise in their businesses. Discuss things that you have had to overcome in your own business. Talk about how these challenges served to make you a better leader and to make your business stronger. d

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