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Do you ever find yourself stuck in an all-too-familiar cycle?
You recruit a team member who seems incredibly enthusiastic and passionate, only for them to go radio silent soon after.
It's like they've vanished into thin air or entered some witness protection program.
One moment, they're the brightest star in your team's sky; the next, they've disappeared, leaving you wondering what could have possibly gone wrong.
Sounds familiar, doesn't it?
Rest assured, you are far from alone—this is a recurring issue that many network marketers face and often struggle to understand.
Why Do Recruits Disappear?
So, what's causing these promising recruits to evaporate?
Multiple reasons could be at play, but the most common one we encounter is that people feel overwhelmed.
New recruits frequently feel as though they've bitten off more than they can chew.
You'll often hear them saying things like, “I can't do what you do,” or “This is way too complicated for me.”
Consequently, they offer a laundry list of reasons and excuses, cloaking their unwillingness or inability to continue.
We’re going to give you a ‘duplication hack,' a simple yet highly effective approach to break this cycle.
This solution addresses the root cause of the problem and ensures that your team doesn't just expand in numbers but also in motivation and productivity.
Step One: Be Selective in Recruitment
The first actionable step to this ‘hack' is to get more selective with your recruitment process.
Instead of recruiting anyone who's willing, be more discerning.
Aim to assemble a team of people who genuinely want to be there, those whom you'd describe as your “perfect prospects.”
These are individuals who not only share your vision but are also willing to put in the work to achieve collective goals.
For our teams, adopting this focused approach to recruitment has paid dividends.
We consistently manage to onboard individuals who are both motivated and competent for our high-level academy program.
And the best part?
These people don’t need hand-holding. They are self-driven and ready to contribute.
If you're scratching your head wondering where one finds such rockstar team members, we offer a complimentary course titled “Social Influencer Formula” to guide you through the ins and outs of this selective recruitment process.
Step Two: Generate Momentum for New Recruits
The second step revolves around momentum—specifically, generating it for your new recruits.
To prevent the sense of overwhelm that often leads to dropout, get them started with small, quick wins.
Keep them away from intricate plans and exhaustive documentation that would only bog them down.
To this end, we have designed fast start guides that are short, actionable, and free from overly complicated compensation plans or exhaustive product details.
These guides primarily focus on driving activity on social media platforms and engagement within personal networks.
Simple tasks, like cleaning up social media profiles or initiating engagement by posting an interesting question, can make a world of difference.
Steps Three: Empowering Recruits to Build Their Teams
Moving on to steps three, the focus shifts to giving your recruits the tools they need to start building their teams.
You don't have to introduce them to complex marketing strategies right from the get-go.
A softer introduction to their ‘warm market'—comprising friends, family, and acquaintances—is a sensible place to start.
The key is to make the process easily replicable, enabling them to duplicate your recruitment success with minimal fuss.
Applying these principles can fundamentally transform your team’s dynamics.
Being perfectly ready is not a pre-requisite to kickstart your recruiting process.
Even if you're a novice, with this robust ‘duplication hack,' you're paving a path for sustained success, not just for yourself but for every individual who takes the plunge and joins your team.
By implementing this structured strategy, you're not just solving the issue of disappearing recruits; you're setting both yourself and your team up for long-term, sustainable success.
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