Who Is Your Ideal MLM Prospect?

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When you’re looking for someone to recruit into your MLM team, you need to know WHO your ideal prospect is, and what traits to look for when you’re searching for him or her?

Here are some traits to look for that can make a great MLM Leader:  They have an entrepreneurial mentality, integrity, they’re coach-able, ambitious, and have a positive attitude.

A prospect is anyone who can benefit from the opportunity your company provides.  Your goal is to ask questions to determine if there’s a need for what you have.   As you’re prospecting each day, you are looking for people who have a problem that your product or service can provide a solution for.

Who Could Benefit From What You Have to Offer?  

Typically, it’s someone who’s looking for:

  • Additional Income
  • Financial security
  • Improved lifestyle
  • Flexibility
  • Family Vacations
  • _______ (List your company’s benefits here!)

The product(s) your company offers may have health or legal benefits that may interest certain individuals. Whatever benefits your company provides…  commit them to memory.  This list of benefits will act as a catalyst in growing your business.

When you’re talking to someone, and ANY of these buzz words are mentioned, bells should go off for you! This person is a prospect. He or she can certainly benefit from what your company has to offer!

Exposing Them to the Solution

When you’re speaking to someone who can benefit from your product or service, it’s time to let them in on the wonderful opportunity your company offers. This is the time to say something like this:

“You mentioned that you’ve been looking for ________. I was in the same situation myself 6 months ago, so I know how you feel! It turned around when I began working with  ___________, which is the best thing I’ve ever done for myself.  This may or may not be for you, but would you be open to looking  at a short video?”

With this simple statement, you’ve let them know that you heard their “issue”, and you/your Company has a benefit that can solve it. You’ve now connected with a prospect.

You’ll find that not everyone is an ideal prospect for your business.  Whether they are or not, is what you must determine. If they’re not, they generally know someone who is!

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PS: If You Don’t have a Team, or Haven’t Recruited Anyone (or less than 10 people), THIS IS Where You’ll Want to Start.

If you’re satisfied in your business, that’s awesome!  If not, and you’re open to a business opportunity–  something you can build on the internet– I’d love to share what I’m doing with you.

To Your Massive Success My Friend–

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30 replies
  1. Kenneth Peavie
    Kenneth Peavie says:

    Listening closely to your prospect is key! It is all about what pains and troubles they are tired of living with and by you listening with intent, you will be in the position to provide the solution to their problem. Great post.

  2. Joseph Walker
    Joseph Walker says:

    I totally love the word track Demetri! It shows posture, compassion, and professionalism all at the same time. This way we can talk to those who want what we offer versus just those who need it.

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