An Easy Way to Sponsor Distributors: The Two On One Sponsoring System

Are you looking for an easy way to sponsor distributors?  Are you looking for a better way to help your new distributors get started right?  If you answered “YES” to either of these questions, you are in the right place.  I want to share a helpful lesson that has worked for me and I know will work for you.  Unfortunately, I can’t take credit for the idea.  I learned this simple system from Tom “Big Al” Schreiter.

To be quite frank with you, I’ve learned a lot from Tom “Big Al” Schreiter.  One of the most important things I learned from the guy is the concept of the the “Two On One Sponsoring System.”  This is a simple strategy any distributor can use to help their new team members get started right.  Here’s how it works.

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Step # 1: You Sponsor a New Distributor

Assuming you are already in the business as a distributor, you have to get some people personally sponsored.  You want to sponsor a bunch of folks (as many as it takes) until you can find three to five serious people who want to build a business and are willing to let you help them.

Step # 2: You Have Your New Distributor Make a Name List

Once you sign up a new distributor you help them make a name list.  Ideally, you want them to have 500 to 100 names, which is really easy to do.  You want them to prioritize their list by putting a star next to the most successful people they know (on their list).  These are the folks with a sales, marketing, business or network marketing background.  These are the folks you will call first (the best prospects).

Step # 3: Your Distributor Sets Up a Face to Face Meeting or Phone Call with Their Prospects

At this point your new distributor contacts their prospects and tells them they have something they want to show them in person or via SKYPE or Three Way Call.  They edify you (the upline) and tell their prospect that they want them to hear what (your name) has to say about something.  They don’t go into detail, but they set an appointment for you to do a presentation.

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Step # 4: You Do a Three Way Call or Face to Face Meeting with the Prospects While Your New Distributor Watches and Learns

When it’s time to do the appointment, you give the presentation.  Your new distributor just sits back and watches  (or listens) you in action.  This teaches them how to do a good business presentation while you help them get their team started (and build your own team).

Step # 5: You Help Them Get Their First 10 Distributors Signed Up

You repeat this process over and over with them until you help them get their first 10 people sponsored.  This might take 1-3 months to do.  Once you’ve gotten to this point, you will have shown them how to give a good presentation.  Plus, they now have a small team of their own and have something to lose, so there is a good chance they won’t quit.  Also, you will have grown YOUR team and identified a few key leaders to work with in your new distributor’s organization.

Step # 6: You Have Them Repeat This Process With Their New Distributors

At this point, you have them repeat this same exact process with their new distributors.  You have them partner up with the people in their downline who want to build a business and have them repeat this same exact process, just like you did for them.  If they aren’t willing to do this, you stop working with them personally, and you work with the serious people under them.

Final Thoughts

It’s really that simple!  I love this idea.  Of course, MOST people you sponsor won’t let you do this process for them.  Maybe 2-3 of every 10 people you sponsor will actually make a name list and let you help them.  Your job is to identify the people who WANT to build a business and work with them.  You can love on everyone else, but don’t sit around waiting for them to do something.

What are your thoughts about the Two On One Sponsoring System?  Leave a comment below and let me know what you think.

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4 thoughts on “An Easy Way to Sponsor Distributors: The Two On One Sponsoring System

  1. I think that it is a great idea to help the people you recruit in turn recruit others. I see many recruiters think that everyone should be a direct recruit, but they need to help those under them develop their own lines. (Those turn into deep lines for themselves, anyway.)

    It is so motivating to have someone above you take an interest in your success. The two-on-one approach is great. You should not want to give your new recruit directions and just throwing them out there. Teach them by showing them, and give them training and confidence before sending them out on their own.

  2. This is a great and very simple system you are showing here Chuck. I believe if Network Marketers would follow this system word for word, they will have great success. Ty mentioned being serious and I also believe this is a huge issue. I think that the being serious part needs to be explained harder to new prospects. If it is instilled properly, I believe many more will understand that it takes time, patience and endurance. Just my opinion. Any thoughts?

  3. A major problem I’ve had with recruits is getting them to take the business seriously after they become distributors. A lot of them don’t feel comfortable giving the names of their friends and family. They’re scared they will be unreceptive and that they will be embarrassed. It’s a lot of work. I think that’s why it’s important to talk to as many people as possible and get them to become distributors. The law of averages.

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