Are you Leading Unconditionally?

Are you Leading Unconditionally?

In order to be a great leader, there are several ways to become a success in training others. Many approaches can be used, but there is one standard key that fits every student and any subject. I have learned from the best and mastered a few great tips that have been proven to work.

First and foremost, you must comprehend the learning style(s) of whom you are mentoring. The major ways we as people learn is through our senses. Sight, hearing and touching are the foremost. Some people will learn in social environments, while others may prefer self-study.

Listening and understanding others will help in targeting the exact learning style(s)to implement. This summarizes the standard key that fits “every student and any subject” I mentioned above. Once you practice and have mastered this approach, you can teach anyone with ease and expertise.

An Important Note…

Do not be afraid of the great success your students achieve. You must lead unconditionally. A true leader brings followers to the top with them. Many times, some will shun and become afraid that their pupils will be better than they are. Some may withhold steps and vital information. Do not hold back on any training tactics or sources.

This becomes an issue that involves pride. When one is in a leadership role, pride and any other issues should be thrown straight out the door. The greater the pupil becomes, so does the leader.

For all to become successful, duplication must be put into practice by the leader and directly followed by the student. Finally, the student becomes a successful leader and mentor, who then produces what he has become. Share all that you learn. Always remember, there is no real success without duplication.

 

Glenda Coker

Network Marketing Professional

 

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[pullquote align=”left|center|right” textalign=”left|center|right” width=”30%”][/pullquote]I want to welcome you to this post. Are you serious about building a thriving and profitable¬† business?

Do you know that 90% of network marketers make less than 10 bucks a week?

There are 2 main problems that face network marketers.

1. Lack of leads

2. Running out of money

By learning the proper ways to market and generate leads you can overcome the 2 obstacles above. Below, I have listed a few ways to get you started. These tactics often are overlooked but are great starters. If you are new, start off by trying only 1 or 2 of these ideals.

A great place to start gaining leads is at your nearest chamber of commerce. Often overlooked as mentioned above but this organization is designed to promote networking within local businesses.

Industry conventions are perfect to meet and greet potential contacts. Everyone there is a potential customer.You may meet contacts from a few companies that compliment yours. What a great way to connect and start a  conversation. It works!

The last one I will mention here is volunteering. It is a wonderful way to meet and help out people. Volunteer for industry-related groups, mentoring programs, non-profit organizations, churches and community outreach programs.

There are dozens of local and national organizations who will appreciate you offering your help and time. Volunteering allows you to meet and build rapport with people you might otherwise have not reached. I personally like this one! It is very effective and I have generated many leads volunteering.

Call your contacts. Keep in touch regularly. Email them and offer your help if needed. I can’t say it enough, there is no need to be pitch your business offer. I know it may be tempting at times. Practice good marketing tips and prospects will come to join you.

Glenda Coker

Network Marketing Professional

 

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