How and WHY you need to Emeediately start attracting real leaders today

How and WHY you need to Emeediately start attracting real leaders today

We’ve all referred someone to a program or team before. (I hope so)

We’ve all started off from the beginning, and had to work our way to where we are now.

Of, course.

 

Now, thinking back to your first referral, did that person

immediately invest?? I know my first didn’t when I began marketing years

ago, my first 10 didn’t even!

 

And we all know what happens when your referrals don’t take action.

You make $0, your team member learns nothing new, and also earns $0

 

I’m just curious, would it be okay if I were to show you exactly how to get

team members that will invest every time, and become a leader as well??

 

Would that help you earn more today??

Your steps are here in 3…2…1… (Important Note* Use these to build any team, however, we used them to build our #1 Ranked Team over at NLS)

 

  1. Immediately Contact all of your major and serious marketing friends and associates throughout… Your main affiliate programs. Any current teams you’re the leader of.  Social media sites, and anywhere else you may have friends in your industry and fellow team members.
  2. Build rapport with each of these people. Which means connect, ask them questions, and warm them up.
  3. Ask questions that lead to a current issue they are facing with their marketing.
  4. Ask if it’d be okay if you gave them a tool you used to solve that problem.
  5. Give them your main opportunity/team link.
  6. Enjoy, sit back, and watch your team grow.
  7. Teach your team this series of steps and duplicate!
  8. More relaxation!:)

 

That’s the first #1 major series of steps to build literally any team, with any program or company.

Use it now!

For those of you who are already on our team, or are interested in learning more training like this,

login and get started now with these steps to immediately recruit others!

 

http://jonnywebes.com/nls3/team.html

 

With my kindest regards

John Weberg

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