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Aug 06, 2004 6:27 pm re: Why I started..
Jason Clark
Hi Myra,

All you can do with these people is plant a seed with them and keep them plugged into the system.

If you've shown them the business follow up every 6 months to see where they are at and if their need is great enough to join your business. This should be done until they either join or are no longer alive!

We are looking for people who are sick and tired of their current situation.

Good prospects are those who are already getting off the couch and making some spare cash like at flea markets or self employed.

Send people who didn't join your business a postcard next time you're away on vacation and plant a little seed ;)

You should never forget the importance of your customers because if you look at any downline report you'll see they will make up 80% of your business.

The 80/20 rule!

All the best,

> Myra Achoe wrote:
> I started my business because I have seen what it can do and what it has done for other's. It can build you wealth if you just stick it out. I want to build wealth so that my family can live comfortably, not check to check. I want my children to be about to go to college, that is my goals. I believe in the products that I sell and alot of people like the products, but I have a hard time recruiting new consultants. I usually get "I don't have time to start my own business." I try to give them examples of when they can make time but I just can't seem to get the closing I want, which is a new recruit. That is why I joined this board to hopefully learn what it is that I'am missing.

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