Are You Available or Invisible?

In network marketing, sponsors tend to fall into one of two groups:

1) those who make themselves readily available to assist and support their team members

2) those who are all but invisible to their team members.

Available sponsors are true team leaders. Each week, they let everyone on their team know the days and hours they are available to assist with one-on-one presentations, three way calls, group presentations, etc. Personally, I email a copy of my schedule for the following week to all team members on Sunday afternoon.

Invisible sponsors are just that – invisible. They sponsor and promptly forget about new recruits and rarely communicate with their team. They have a “if it’s important enough they’ll call me” attitude toward team management. How wrong they are. That’s a sure fire way to watch your organization dissolve in a matter of months! As the saying goes, out of sight is out of mind.

We all know not every person we sponsor is going to be active and want to build the business. That’s a fact. But some will. Those team members will need our guidance and support.

Let them know you are open and receptive to helping them. Being available, not invisible, will help you accomplish that.

Plus, you’ll be setting a good example for your future team leaders to follow and duplicate downline.



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