In Direct Selling, success is not just a destination, it is a process. The first step and most important step of that process is prospecting like a professional direct seller because that is the true key to success. Identifying and qualifying the right people is the cornerstone of success at QNET, and yet it is often the most neglected step.
Here’s how you can build a strong foundation from the get-go rather than putting things right later.
Be Consistent And Prospect Daily
Think of prospecting as starting a new relationship you need to nurture to get the best out of it. The best way to do this is to set aside the time and energy you need to prospect every day. Create a timetable and follow through. You will soon see the results.
Get Rid Of Distractions
Often when we know we have a big task ahead of us, we tend to procrastinate and get into a huge rabbit hole of research or YouTube videos. Before you know it, the day is over. Instead, make it a habit to turn off your distractions for a few hours a day while you prospect. When you’re done following through your plan, reward yourself with as many cute baby animal videos as you want.
Be Truthful About The Opportunity
If you are looking to prospect, it means you are a firm believer in the QNET Opportunity. This means that if rightly presented, the QNET Opportunity should do all the talking for you. As tempting as it is to just tell people what they want, shortcuts never work out in the long run. Here are some things you shouldn’t do if you want to continue being successful.
- Don’t sell potential prospects on the idea that a training venue is an official QNET office and that you are a QNET employee.
- Don’t present the QNET opportunity as a job or an investment opportunity.
- Don’t make promises you can’t keep – like offering board and lodging and a consistent return.
- Don’t register duplicate or multiple accounts, especially if they are from different teams or line of sponsorship.
Don’t Overpromise Product Benefits
Taking a product that works well and giving it “magical” powers is not the way to go if you want to find the right people to build your team with. If a product is good, sell it on its actual merits and the benefits and sales will follow. Be a QNETPRO.
Some people think that money is the most important resource in Direct Selling. Some would argue and say that actually, it is time. But the reality is that the most valuable asset you can own is a strong network of likeminded people who are just as passionate about the QNET Opportunity as you are. So take your direct selling game to the next level with these simple tips on prospecting like a professional direct seller .