New distributors’ orientation

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  • Robert Allen
  • Henry Ford is known as one of the richest men in history. But five times in his life, the man failed in business and became totally bankrupt. But Henry Ford didn’t stop. He kept doing the hard stuff. Finally, he built the Ford Motor company—now the second biggest carmaker in America. What made Henry Ford succeed? Commitment.Rowland Macy failed in 7 businesses. Can you imagine how depressing that was? But he had commitment. He didn’t stop. Finally, he built a store named Macy’s in New York. The rest is history. Macy’s is now the largest department store in the world. It has 800 giant stores in America. What made Rowland Macy build his store after failing 7 times? Commitment.Col. Sanders was rejected 1009 times by restaurants who didn’t like his fried chicken recipe. He later built KFC, which has 20,000 restaurants all over the world. What made Col. Sanders go knocking on the doors of 1009 restaurants, selling his fried chicken recipe? Commitment.Stephen King submitted his book manuscripts to 30 publishers. All rejected his book. He was so discouraged, he threw away the manuscript in the trashcan. But his wife picked it up and mailed it to another publisher. They accepted it. Today, Stephen King has written 49 books and has sold 350 million copies. What made Stephen King submit his manuscript to 30 publishers? And what made his wife pick up the manuscript from the trash to submit it to one more publisher? Commitment.
  • Story of the goose that lays golden eggs
  • New distributors’ orientation

    1. 1. NEW DISTRIBUTORS’ ORIENTATION How to Succeed in your USANA Business
    2. 2. F EALSE XPECTATIONS A PPEARING R! EAL • Is normal, but keeps us from venturing out. • WHY DO WE FEAR? – Because we are afraid to go out of our COMFORT ZONE!
    3. 3. COMFORT ZONE is the MOST DANGEROUS PLACE!
    4. 4. TO CONQUER FEAR & DOUBT...• ASK!• DO YOUR HOMEWORK. RESEARCH! • If you don’t ask nor research, there will be NO ACTION = NO RESULTS!• HAVE COURAGE. TAKE THE RISK!
    5. 5. • FREEDOM: financial & time• You are your own BOSS.• Law of LEVERAGE.• BIG MONEY vs. small money• Deepest WHY and PURPOSE in LIFE• COPY business
    6. 6. HOW TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN USANA1. 100% ABC Attitude Belief Commitment2. MASTERY of SKILLS
    7. 7. ATTITUDE
    8. 8. Attitude: what is it?• The way we look at things• Requirements for success in USANA: – 80% Attitude; 20% Skills – Fulltime attitude = fulltime results – Parttime attitude = parttime results
    9. 9. 1. PMAPMA fights against CORD
    10. 10. How to develop PMA• Everytime you think of something negative, just SHRUG IT OFF & SAY “THANK YOU FOR SHARING”.• Change your words. YOUR WORDS CAN CHANGE YOUR WORLD. – Thank you Lord for the prospects and the pay ins that you have prepared for me today. – Money flows to me in great abundance. – Everything in need comes to me. I am a blessing magnet. – I am a millionaire! I am wealthy! I am healthy!• Read books on self-development.• Listen to audio books, talks of successful people.• Have an ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE. Be thankful in all circumstances• Focus on the goal, on the destination. Be very clear about your goal. Know what you really want.
    11. 11. 2. GLLA (Good Learning & Listening Attitude)
    12. 12. Nan-in, a Japanese master during theZen Story - The Meiji era (1868-1912), received a empty cup university professor who came to inquire about Zen. Nan-in served tea. He poured his visitors cup full, and then kept on pouring. The professor watched the overflow until he no longer could restrain himself. "It is overfull. No more will go in!“ "Like this cup," Nan-in said, "you are full of your own opinions and speculations. How can I show you Zen unless you first empty your cup?"
    13. 13. 3. “YES, UPLINE!”Rule #1. Your upline isalways correct.Rule #2. If you thinkyour upline is wrong, goback to rule #1.
    14. 14. 4. HUMILITY.• No AKNY, NKNY• Always be open for criticism.• Have a room for improvement.• “Pag yumaman, ang pera ilalagay lang sa bulsa at sa banko, wag sa ulo.”
    15. 15. 5. PERSISTENCE
    16. 16. How do you persist?• Be ready for people who will reject you.• Every time you feel low, go back to your deep why.• Avoid procastination. JUST DO IT! Pay now, play later.• Make that BIG DECISION today. Base your decision on your dreams, and persist to LIVE YOUR DREAMS EVERYDAY!• Attend trainings.
    17. 17. We should develop belief in...1. The industry & the company2. The products3. Marketing plan4. Upline, mentors5. Crosslines6. Leaders, downlines7. GOD8. DREAMS9. SELF
    18. 18. BELIEVE THAT YOU CAN BREAK THE CHAIN OF POVERTY IN YOUR FAMILY!
    19. 19. COMMITMENT• 2 types of people in this room – Those who wish to be wealthy – Those who commit to be wealthy!•Doing the HARD STUFF!
    20. 20. What COMMITMENT means to these people Henry Ford Col. Sanders
    21. 21. Three types of commitment• I’ll try.• I’ll do my best.• I’ll do whatever it takes! – These people have internal MOTIVATION. – 100% COMMITMENT – They take charge of their business. They say “ako na ang bahala.” – Bawal ang “kase...”
    22. 22. MASTERY OF SKILLS
    23. 23. ABC RuleAdvisor – uplines, mentorsBridge – YOUClient - guest
    24. 24. IMPORTANT SKILLS TO MASTER• Prospecting • Training – MAN, MAC – BIG EVENTS• Inviting – PRODUCT – KIDNAP – HEALTH & FREEDOM – DIRECT – NDO• Presenting • Goal-setting – POSTURE – PPS – GOLD DIRECTOR & ABOVE
    25. 25. Simple formula to succeed in USANAATTITUDE + SKILLS = RESULTS
    26. 26. YOU REAPWHAT YOU SOW.
    27. 27. Thank you.

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