One thing to protect against in Network Marketing is having fits and starts and reversals in your business. You want to have systematic growth.
So how do you do that?
Consistent activity. And not just any activity, but the right activity. Surfing the net, calling the same tired team members over and over, and organizing your product shelves is not the right activity.
The right activity is meeting people, inviting, and getting to presentations in depth. The benchmark seems to be attending at least 15 presentations a month. Because doing that means you are “taprooting” in depth, working with the new, most-excited people, driving depth down your lines.
Now this doesn’t have to be all in person. In fact, most of the home presentations I do these days are via Skype and phone, because my organization is in 65 countries. But for your local group, that’s going to mean more of being there in person. Do that for the ones within driving distance and use technology for the rest.
If you are there for at least 15 presentations a month, you’ll keep systematic growth happening in your group. So that leads me to the next question…
June is almost over. How many presentations have you been at this month?