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How Do You Treat New IBO Associates?

Published on 12/14/2015
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How Do You Treat New IBO Associates?

    Yesterday I sent a message to a the Featured Member of the Day, Michael Alvanos, who'd become FMOTD after only having been a member here on IBO for a little over one week. I'd sent him a message to commend him for having learned and applied so much so quickly about how to properly use IBO. I let him know it was likely that it would only be a matter of time before he'd be named FMOTD a 2nd, 3rd, and more times.

    This morning I got a message back from him, in which he wrote:

Thank you so much for your Friendship and advice. I really appreciate and value this. Plenty of Associates now, so I need to set an example!

How do you handle Associates that lead with their business and not the hand of friendship and building a relationship?

I get so many of these and I do not want to ignore them....Is their a way to let them down nicely and educate them at the same time? I don't think I've found the right words yet...   What do you say?

    I've written back to him to share my thoughts on the matter, but right now I'd like to respond to his question with this press release that he inspired me to write.

    When you get a new associate here on IBO Toolbox, does your first or even second message to them include a sales pitch and link to the business you are promoting? Have I ever done that? Well for however many times any of us have done that, SHAME on us!

    Nearly all of the people who have either joined IBO recently, or have been here for years, already have a business they want to promote. They all want the business they are in to become more profitable. Sure, they might get talked into jumping into something new, but if they're that willing to abandon what they're already in to join something else, it is quite likely they'll be just as quick to give up on whatever next thing they get talked into into joining.

    So let's stop introducing ourselves to new associates by conveying to them that we're here to lasso them into our next-great-wonder-of-a-money-maker. Let's find out who they are, and what they want, and then try to be of whatever help we can be to them.

    You want to tell others about your great business opportunity? Then write a good press release about it. Those who willingly choose to read it, and are really interested in what you've written, will contact you to join, or to ask questions about your business.

    If you honestly and sincerely demonstrate that you seek to help your new associates here on IBO, some of them will want to know more about your business. Some won't be interested, but so what? Are you primarily after trying to get their money, or do you want to actually help them be successful in whatever business they want to build?

   Let's do what is right. Let's do what is truly helpful to others. In the long term it will be what is both best for them and best for us.

    I will conclude this press release with a link that I won't include in my messages to my new associates (unless they specifically have written to ask me about what I am using or promoting). The link goes to a web page that tells about a free service designed to help people get referrals for whatever business they are already in.

    If that sounds like something you'd like to know more about, just click here to go to Wealth From Home Team, or click the banner below this press release. In any case, I hope what I've written here has provided you with something worth thinking about.



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