One of the worst mistakes you can make if you’re a Vemma marketer is not training your team how they need to be trained to succeed. Too often, Vemma distributors assume that they can just get started, recruit a bunch of people, and that they will automatically start getting huge monthly residual checks.
Another common mistake is that people take too much time training their new team members, and as a result their personal production falters over time. The biggest message you should get from this article is that when you’re training your new Vemma distributors, you need to learn to have a balance between personal production and training or you’re not going to acheive dramatic and lasting success with the company.
Vemma has a binary compensation plan, which means that you only need two strong teams to make it to the top income levels in the company. Just because you don’t have to recruit hundreds of people doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t, however. Most Vemma distributors who reach the top will recruit 100 or more frontline distributors. In this brief article I wanted to give you a few insights that will help you stay on task and produce a dramatically more prosperous business at the same time.
1. Focus 80% or more of your attention on personally sponsoring new Vemma distributors. If you’re focused on anything but recruiting, your team will copy you and stop recruiting themselves. The single most important thing you can do to train your Vemma organization is to produce personally as much as you can.
2. Focus 19% of your attention on training your new people to get them up and running. If you focus too much of your attention on new people, you won’t have time to be productive in your business, but if you don’t put enough energy into them, they’ll never get the details of the business and they’ll quit before they start. Most of your training should revolve around proven methods to sponsor new distributors, since that is the lifeblood of your whole Vemma business.
3. Less than 1% of your focus should be on unproductive activities, and you should outsource as many details as you can to people who will take care of them for you. For example, in Vemma you have an excellent customer and technical support department, and you should leave the details of orders, etc, up to them. You’re not a customer service department. In fact, you’ll find that the only way you can stay on the right track is to only focus your attention on things that matter, and when people call you about unimportant details, outsource it to more capbable individuals.
Notice that 99% of all of the attention I have allocated is towards productive activities that increase your bottom line. You need to focus in Network Marketing if you ever intend on creating long term, residual income, and training your Vemma distributors by being productive yourself is no exception to the rule.