Unit #11 – Strategy Session – 90 Day Run to Momentum with Richard Brooke.

I’ve been re-listening and re-listening to each of the segments in “90 Days Run to Momentum” with Richard Brooke. Here are some flashing lights from #11 – the Strategy Session.

For a new person “One invite a day” may be premature!

That new person is a brand new Apprentice.

  • They haven’t experienced answering questions.

  • Do they even know ‘how’ to present the book?

  • Do they have a clear presentation to give if someone says ‘yes.’

  • Do they have their one or two chosen ‘start with these products’ packages for their candidate to begin ‘testing’ ?

And they can barely have a idea of a business development pathway. They’re too new!

So what’s our job?

  • Lay out these steps for them and model them while working together.

  • Work with them directly. DO the calls with them. DO the presentations with them until they have the model.

And “TAPROOT.” It’s what we’ve always referred to as ‘working in depth.’ Like 7 Generations in depth.

So ‘one new invite a day’ is NOT always the best strategy for everyone. Depends on where you are in the business.

Doing one Shaklee Activity a day — now that’s something else. Look at your own Organizational Goal Chart. Working in depth may be your most important focus. Check the Stat Tracker and see where you are.

Consistently Review the 90-Day to Momentum Course and the extra resources. If you’re intending to create a business, enrolling in this resource is a first investment and it’s a reference place for a lifetime. Facebook/90-Day Run to Momentum – Master’s Edition. Understand why this is high on the checklist in working with someone serious about developing a solid Four Year Career. To enroll:

Another place, and possibly a very first place to start, is enroll in the brilliant online webinar hosted by Richard Brooke on March 23. It addresses the fundamental steps, and wisdom, on gettnig started. and is actively supported with it’s own private Facebook Group for those enrolled.

If we’re looking to achieve the results of a Four Year Career, invest in the skills and experience to be a professional — just as would be expected in taking on any new venture.

See “Checklist for serious Four Year Career Builders”

See “Looking to embark on your Four Year Career?”