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Building a
GLOBAL
business
“If you care about people more than
you care about money – money
will eventually find YOU.”
Greed = making money by using others.
Ambition = making money by being in service to others.
YOU should be the first one
to believe in your company,
its products, and your dreams.
Formulate a complete business
plan for at least the next two years.
Be a consistent user of your
company’s products.
Believe in your company’s product
to the point where any person whom you
talk to about it, would want to use it.
Record your progress in writing
on a regular basis.
Do not forget – listen 70% of the time,
talk only 30% of the time.
Immediately address any questions or concerns.
Ask your clients: “Do you know
anyone who may be interested in this?”
Ask for 5 references from each
of your best clients.
Work with 20 new clients in addition to the
existing goals defined in your business plan.
Do not accept “no” as the final answer – attempt
to offer slightly different types of information to
a potential client at...
Send out marketing information to your
clients every month.
If you remember them, they will remember
you.
Be enthusiastic when speaking about your
business, your products, and your future
with the company.
Organize your files in a way that allows to
locate any needed information within 30 seconds.
Utilize an answering machine, and return all
messages within 24 hours.
Set daily, weekly, monthly, and annual goals –
and do everything required to reach them.
Re-invest the earnings from your business
into its further growth and development.
Motivate yourself. Believe in the fact that
if others can succeed in this business, so
can YOU!
Create a system of rewards for the goals you
reach, and penalties for those you fall short of.
Receive maximum enjoyment from your
business – so others will want to join after
seeing your shining example.
Spend 90% of your workday interacting with
your distributors, clients, and “newbies”.
Present the business opportunity and
products to at least one person every single
day.
Advertise yourself.
Let anyone and everyone know what you do
for a living.
Do not allow negative information to
infiltrate your team. Always do the fact
checking yourself.
Value the people who share in your
enthusiasm of MLM more than those who
are only knowledgeable about the product.
Double your efforts in educating
distributors on how to become truly
independent.
Every month, motivate your team with
verbal recognition and awards for having
reached specific goals.
Consistently reach out to successful
distributors, to learn what they do to be
successful, and how they do it.
Be persistent. Understand that only 1 out of
every 10 people you approach may become
interested in your product and/or
bus...
Lead by example. Consistently sponsor and
educate new distributors on good business
practices AND generate retail sales.
Simple business model is best – that way,
it can be easily replicated by your team.
Keep in touch. Communicate with your team
using fliers, meetings, weekly phone calls,
greeting cards, E-mail and voicemail...
Conduct simple, quick and expressive
presentations – they will get better and
better each time you do them.
Focus on what you can do for your clients
and distributors – NOT on what they can do
for you.
Exceed your clients’ expectations by giving
them more than they anticipate.
Everyone likes to receive free gifts.
Try to fulfill a client’s order within one day.
Better yet, attempt to provide direct delivery
of the product from your ex...
Let clients and distributors know you
appreciate their support and partnership.
Establish 7 top priorities, working on which
is likely to result in the greatest returns.
Maintain a daily list of business encounters
with people – these are milestones en route
to achieving leadership.
Approach representatives from other multi-level
marketing firms who are no longer active with their
old company – they may...
Try to address the needs of potential clients
by explaining the benefits/advantages of
our product and/or business opportu...
Sign up to receive FLP newsletter and read
all books on multi-level marketing that you
can find.
Use the time you spend in a car on listening
to audio recordings that teach you about
multi-level marketing approaches.
Think BIG. As soon as you are able –
expand your business around the globe.
Tell people about what is likely to interest
them – NOT what you think they need to
hear.
Invest your resources in the area which will
have the greatest return – namely,
developing your mindset.
Plan important activities for time of day
during which you are at your peak
productivity.
Delegate! Do the things you can only do
yourself, and constantly teach others
everything that you know so they can
eventua...
Read biographies of successful people, and
become empowered with their life stories.
Regularly discuss your business meetings
and experiences to train others. Become great
at doing so.
Never, ever, EVER give up!
Build a
GLOBAL
business
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Every business person has dreams of being able to develop a global business, especially in today's global econonmy where people from around the world are only a mouse-click away. In this presentation, Boris Mezheritsky, one of the many very successful business owners and entrepeneur's in the world of network marketing, shares some of his development strategies that will help you build a successful business, not matter what your business happens to be. For more information contact me at careers@healthylivingmall.net or http://healthylivingmall.net

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  1. 1. Building a GLOBAL business
  2. 2. “If you care about people more than you care about money – money will eventually find YOU.”
  3. 3. Greed = making money by using others. Ambition = making money by being in service to others.
  4. 4. YOU should be the first one to believe in your company, its products, and your dreams.
  5. 5. Formulate a complete business plan for at least the next two years.
  6. 6. Be a consistent user of your company’s products.
  7. 7. Believe in your company’s product to the point where any person whom you talk to about it, would want to use it.
  8. 8. Record your progress in writing on a regular basis.
  9. 9. Do not forget – listen 70% of the time, talk only 30% of the time.
  10. 10. Immediately address any questions or concerns.
  11. 11. Ask your clients: “Do you know anyone who may be interested in this?”
  12. 12. Ask for 5 references from each of your best clients.
  13. 13. Work with 20 new clients in addition to the existing goals defined in your business plan.
  14. 14. Do not accept “no” as the final answer – attempt to offer slightly different types of information to a potential client at least 5 times.
  15. 15. Send out marketing information to your clients every month. If you remember them, they will remember you.
  16. 16. Be enthusiastic when speaking about your business, your products, and your future with the company.
  17. 17. Organize your files in a way that allows to locate any needed information within 30 seconds.
  18. 18. Utilize an answering machine, and return all messages within 24 hours.
  19. 19. Set daily, weekly, monthly, and annual goals – and do everything required to reach them.
  20. 20. Re-invest the earnings from your business into its further growth and development.
  21. 21. Motivate yourself. Believe in the fact that if others can succeed in this business, so can YOU!
  22. 22. Create a system of rewards for the goals you reach, and penalties for those you fall short of.
  23. 23. Receive maximum enjoyment from your business – so others will want to join after seeing your shining example.
  24. 24. Spend 90% of your workday interacting with your distributors, clients, and “newbies”.
  25. 25. Present the business opportunity and products to at least one person every single day.
  26. 26. Advertise yourself. Let anyone and everyone know what you do for a living.
  27. 27. Do not allow negative information to infiltrate your team. Always do the fact checking yourself.
  28. 28. Value the people who share in your enthusiasm of MLM more than those who are only knowledgeable about the product.
  29. 29. Double your efforts in educating distributors on how to become truly independent.
  30. 30. Every month, motivate your team with verbal recognition and awards for having reached specific goals.
  31. 31. Consistently reach out to successful distributors, to learn what they do to be successful, and how they do it.
  32. 32. Be persistent. Understand that only 1 out of every 10 people you approach may become interested in your product and/or business opportunity.
  33. 33. Lead by example. Consistently sponsor and educate new distributors on good business practices AND generate retail sales.
  34. 34. Simple business model is best – that way, it can be easily replicated by your team.
  35. 35. Keep in touch. Communicate with your team using fliers, meetings, weekly phone calls, greeting cards, E-mail and voicemail – select appropriate method depending on the type of information you want to pass on.
  36. 36. Conduct simple, quick and expressive presentations – they will get better and better each time you do them.
  37. 37. Focus on what you can do for your clients and distributors – NOT on what they can do for you.
  38. 38. Exceed your clients’ expectations by giving them more than they anticipate. Everyone likes to receive free gifts.
  39. 39. Try to fulfill a client’s order within one day. Better yet, attempt to provide direct delivery of the product from your existing “inventory”.
  40. 40. Let clients and distributors know you appreciate their support and partnership.
  41. 41. Establish 7 top priorities, working on which is likely to result in the greatest returns.
  42. 42. Maintain a daily list of business encounters with people – these are milestones en route to achieving leadership.
  43. 43. Approach representatives from other multi-level marketing firms who are no longer active with their old company – they may be open to new opportunities with our company.
  44. 44. Try to address the needs of potential clients by explaining the benefits/advantages of our product and/or business opportunity.
  45. 45. Sign up to receive FLP newsletter and read all books on multi-level marketing that you can find.
  46. 46. Use the time you spend in a car on listening to audio recordings that teach you about multi-level marketing approaches.
  47. 47. Think BIG. As soon as you are able – expand your business around the globe.
  48. 48. Tell people about what is likely to interest them – NOT what you think they need to hear.
  49. 49. Invest your resources in the area which will have the greatest return – namely, developing your mindset.
  50. 50. Plan important activities for time of day during which you are at your peak productivity.
  51. 51. Delegate! Do the things you can only do yourself, and constantly teach others everything that you know so they can eventually be delegated to.
  52. 52. Read biographies of successful people, and become empowered with their life stories.
  53. 53. Regularly discuss your business meetings and experiences to train others. Become great at doing so.
  54. 54. Never, ever, EVER give up!
  55. 55. Build a GLOBAL business

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