So let me take the chance of offending some of you today. Let me suggest that some of you don’t have a big enough dream.
Now we talk about dreams a lot in this business. And of course you’ve heard, “When your dream is big enough, the facts don’t count.”
Because when your dream is big enough, it pulls you through the action necessary to get you there. So how do you tell if your dream is big enough?
I believe it is a lot simpler than you may think. Here’s my take on this…
If you have been in the business at least 60 days, you should have at least ten personal enrollees signed up. Not retail customers, but business builders. If you haven’t enrolled at least ten people in that time, your dream isn’t big enough. If it was, you’ve have called more people, or you’d have been more compelling to the ones you have called.
Think I’m wrong? You can argue below. But you won’t convince me.
Now let’s deal with the other issue: some of you that have been in for six months or six years and you’re not growing. Yet over time you have sponsored 20 people, or 60 people, or 116 people.
The fact is, some people do it now, some do it later, and some do it never. That’s the nature of human nature. So our business is about bringing in enough to find the serious ones. Then working with them developing depth.
Now for you long timers, how do we tell if your dream is big enough? I think this is simple as well. You need to have at least four serious lines that are actively building. If you don’t have them, then your dream isn’t big enough either.
Because if it were, you’d have talked to more people, talked to more qualified people, or kept around more serious people.
So based on my criteria, is your dream big enough? Do you buy my definitions or do you want to argue and tell me how big your dream is but there are special extenuating circumstances that absolve you? Please share your thoughts either way below. Then on the next post, we’ll look at how to grow your dream.