Developing Your Game Plan
There's nothing like a clear, detailed and concise game plan to guide your success in Network Marketing.
The following is a summary of some of the key elements to developing such a successful game plan. Based on your overall vision for what WorldVentures will ultimately provide for you, what are your income expectations and your time frame for achieving them? Start with a six-month schedule. Although your vision will require a more general plan, focus first on your immediate actions.
You’ll want to work with your upline leaders to find the answers to the following questions...
1. What is the next highest position in our compensation plan, and when will you achieve it?
2. How much earned income do you expect per month, and when do you expect it?
3. How much monthly volume will you need to create in your group to earn that income?
4. How many distributors will you need to partner with to bring this about?
5. What position will you attain by month six, and how much income will it provide?
6. What resources will you need to accomplish that? Time to invest per week, supplies to order, support materials etc..
7. Who will work with you to support you?
8. How will you develop your list of prospects? Will you advertise? When and where?
9. Will you build using three-way calling with your upline?
10. Will you build locally and in person, or long distance by fax, phone or the Internet?
11. How will you duplicate yourself?
12. What other resources will you need?
Determine a Single Daily Action to Support Your Goals
A single daily action is something you will do consistently and continuously to bring about your success. At minimum, it will include:
X number of prospecting conversations
X number of follow-up conversations
X number of packages you’ll mail or hand out
X number of hours you’ll spend on training and coaching your downline
Any other action needed, daily, to ensure your success
How Much Is Enough?
To determine how many people you will initially need to prospect, work backwards, starting with your goals. Use input from your upline to ground what it will take to reach your target in reality.