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Why You Need to Be GENUINE to Get Recruits

If you really want to rank up in your jewelry business, you’ll need to pursue recruiting – that’s just the nature of direct sales businesses.

Now you might hear that term “recruiting” and get a twinge of nervousness in your gut. Recruiting? Does that mean you have to go around bothering people and “selling” the business to people?

Not necessarily!

The best way to get recruits is to simply be genuine. If you genuinely believe that joining the business is in people’s best interests, then recruiting will come much more naturally. It becomes more about them and less about you.

This shift in mindset could really help take the pressure off of recruiting – you’re not “selling the business opportunity” to someone. You’re simply sharing what you think will be a benefit and blessing to them.

In order to be genuine, you need to get your business to a level at which you can legitimately say, “I enjoy this and it’s working for me and I think it’s a great opportunity for you too!”

If you’re not at that point yet, you may want to work on that first before you get too much into recruiting!

What you’ll find is that success breeds more success, and attracts people to you. And the opposite is true too – If you’re struggling in your business, your recruiting efforts will be a struggle as well.

So our advice for recruiting is a 2-step process.

First: If you haven’t already, get your business to a point at which you’re excited about how it’s working for you. This doesn’t mean you have to have reached all your goals or be making a lot of money – It just means you’re overall happy with how things are going.

Second: As you’ve found the business opportunity to be a blessing for yourself and your family, be genuine and share that with others.

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