Craig Bryson is the founding distributor in Nu Skin Enterprises and he is quite perhaps the most successful distributor of all time with Nu Skin, right up there with Mark Yarnell, Tim Sales, Nathan Ricks, John and Gisellse Sexsmith, and Kenton Worthington.
Here are a few things I recently learned about him from watching several of his YouTube training videos:
- At one time he had more than 700k people on his team.
- He was contacted by Nu Skin when it first started to be its founding distributor.
- Craig was born and raised near San Francisco, California.
- He and his wife have 11 children.
- Mr. Bryson is a Team Elite member and is part of the the Ten Million Dollar Circle Club.
- He has earned more than $60 million with Nu Skin and is the # 1 all-time producer.
- He is VERY product focused and teaches his people to get people using the products.
- Craig is a very nice and likeable guy.
I’ve never met him personally, but I have watched most of his YouTube videos. I like that he is down to earth, funny, and nice.
I think he is a class act, an awesome trainer and great role model for any network marketing professional to emulate. Although I am not affiliated with Nu Skin in any way, I think very highly of Craig Bryson. There’s no doubt in my mind he deserves the success he has achieved by helping thousands of other people become successful.
Craig Bryson Quotes
Here are a some Craig Bryson quotes I found from some of his training videos I found on YouTube. Each quote is in bold and italics. After each quote, I share my own thoughts about it.
There is no long-term business unless the products find a home where consumption continues.
If the products don’t make sense, neither does the business. You must find a company with high value consumable products that people order, use up, and then reorder. This is where the big profits and residual income come from in any business.
If you want to succeed in network marketing, or anything else, on a grand scale, you must put in the time and develop your skillset and mindset. When you are new to the industry think of yourself as an apprentice and work with a “master” network marketer. This is the best way to learn and develop your skills. Be patient, work hard, learn everything you can, and stay the course until you succeed.
For all the skills it takes to be successful in business, there’s also another ingredient. That ingredient is luck.
Success in any business boils down to a good idea, a good strategy, hard work, persistence, and even a little bit of luck. From my own experience, I’ve found that the harder I work the luckier I get in my business.
In the demand of leadership, you must spend time with the people you sponsor.
If you don’t spend time with the people you personally sponsor, you will have a revolving door in your business. It’s not your job to make anyone successful or drag anyone across the finish line, but you should help your new people get started right, if they are coachable and willing to work. This might represent five percent of your team, if that.
Great athletes are not always great coaches because they cannot convey their skills to their team members.
This business is a teaching business. Your job is to teach people to teach people to teach people. Sometimes it’s difficult for highly skilled people to be great teachers because the people they are teaching don’t have the same skillset they do. While you are out and about sponsoring people, look for teachers. These are normally your best prospects. Why? Because this is a teaching business.
Who you spend your time with and how much time you spend with them is the art of the business.
This is my favorite Craig Bryson Nu Skin quote. You must be strategic about who you work with, help, and support, especially as your team grows and matures. You should spend your time where it is deserved, where you will get the biggest return on your time investment.
In conclusion, this is everything I know about Nu Skin Team Elite Craig Bryson. That being said, there are a lot of things that I don’t know about him, but would like to find out. If you could answer any of the questions I have below (just leave a comment) it would be really beneficial.
1. How did he build his business? In other words, how did he meet prospects and sponsor them?
2. Who in his downline is successful?
3. Is he still actively building the business?
4. Have you ever worked with him in the business and if so what was your experience like?
I look forward to hearing any insights you have about Craig Bryson, the top producer in Nu Skin. Just leave a comment to share your insights.
Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with Nu Skin in any way. Nu Skin is a registered trademark owned by the company.