In today’s post, I want to share some of my best Regenalife leadership tips and secrets. Regenalife is a network marketing company specializing in natural and organic products. I am an independent affiliate with the company.
These tips are listed in no particular order. All of these tips and secrets are designed to help you grow your business. Enjoy.
Top 27 Regenalife Leadership Tips & Secrets
# 1 Many of your best prospects might tell you NO 10-20 times over a period of 1-2 years before they eventually join your team.
# 2 Happy customers typically make the best business builders.
# 3 Not every good leader starts out fast in the business. Just because someone isn’t doing a lot with the business right now doesn’t mean they won’t eventually. Your job is to get them in, keep them in and move them along. Never pressure people to do more than they are ready to do.
# 4 The key to success is to consistently sponsor 2-4 new distributors EVERY SINGLE MONTH, over a period of a few years.
# 5 Most of your income will come from just 1-3 people, even if you’ve sponsored hundreds of people.
# 6 Your key is to sell the appointment and let the appointment sell the presentation and opportunity. The less you say on the initial contact the better. Do not puke your opportunity over your prospects. Your goal is to say enough to sell the appointment. That’s it.
# 7 Not everyone likes network marketing, but everyone likes to buy stuff. That’s one good reason to lead with the products.
# 8 Always maintain 2-10 retail customers every single month and teach your team to do the same thing.
# 9 If you are working the business part-time, you should be making minimum 2-10 contacts per day, 5 days per week. If you are doing the business full-time, you should aim for 30 to 50 contacts per day, 5 days per week. Part-time or full-time is not dictated by how many hours you work your business, but instead by the number of new prospects you contact daily.
# 10 You must have confidence and posture when talking to people. No one wants to do business with someone who is needy or desperate. This is why personal development is so important.
# 11 Over 80% of all sales happen after the fifth closing attempt, yet only 10% of salespeople have enough techniques and skills to ask for the sale more than five times.” ~ Brian Tracy
# 12 The 80-15-5 Rule – This rule was first taught by Larry Thompson, the MLM legend, and taught to me by my good friend Anthony Frye. This rule states that 80% of your team members would be happy earning $1,000 per month, 15% would be happy earning $3,000 to $5,000 per month and only 5% want to make the big bucks: $20,000 to $30,000 per month (or more).
The moral of the story is that not everyone wants the big bucks. If you can show most of your team how to make $1,000 per month they will be very, very happy, and stay in the business forever. And if you only talk about the big money, you are really missing the boat, since only a small portion of your team is interested in the big money.
# 13 In most cases, the best leaders in your organization will come in depth! The odds of you personally sponsoring your best people are very slim. Think about it this way for a moment. Let’s suppose you have personally sponsored 50 people and your group has 500 people in it. In this example, there are 9 to 1 odds that your best people are not your personally sponsored people (450/50). Does that make sense? Your goal when you meet someone is to get in their sphere of influence as quickly as possible. As my mentor says, “make a friend and meet their friends.” Let people lead you to other people. People are either leaders, potential leaders, customers, or doorways to other leaders!
# 14 The only thing that you can control in this business is what you do! You have absolutely no control over what your team members do. Sometimes that is a good thing and sometimes it is a bad thing.
# 15 “Most people in network marketing spend their time looking for leaders rather than becoming the leader they are trying to attract. If they would just become the person, then the leaders would begin to migrate to them. ~ Steve Fisher
# 16 In the beginning of your business, it will just be you doing all of the work. For most people, it will take at least six to twelve months to find their first leader. Sometimes it will take even longer! This is the period of time where most people give up and quit.
# 17 Once you find other leaders in your organization, it’s a beautiful thing. You have duplication, momentum and consistent growth. Your team grows without you. But up until that point in time it can be frustrating.
# 18 You have to remember that you are no one else’s boss. You can’t force anyone else to produce. You really can’t count on anyone else to help you get that next rank advancement.
# 19 Instead of sitting around waiting for your team to get you to the next level, I highly suggest you stay in the trenches and focus on what you can control. Focus on your personal production until you find enough leaders in your team to mentor and work with.
# 20 I am a big fan of being a servant leader. I think one of the biggest mistakes network marketers make is they have dollar signs in their eyes when they are talking with prospects. And their prospects know it! I think it’s much better to lead with your heart. That means that you truly have a genuine interest in each person you talk to. It means you are concerned about their wants, needs and desires. It means that you want to help them solve their problems and improve their quality of life. Once you take your eyes off yourself, and start focusing on other people, you will be amazed at what you could accomplish in your business.
# 21 Your job when sponsoring someone is to simply get them started. It is not your job to manage them. Each person who joins you is an independent business owner and is responsible for his or her own business. If you plan on managing thousands of people you will have a big problem. There are not enough hours in the day. The formula for burnout is the belief that you must manage your whole team. ~ Jordan Adler
# 22 Always keep your eyes and ears open for leaders. Look for people with good people skills, a large sphere of influence, who are already successful, and are looking for some extra income. Ultimately, look for people with leadership qualities. Look for people who are good at what they do, work hard, and are respected by their peers. These are the folks who would do very well in the business.
# 23 The best way to learn something is by doing it. You can learn more about how to talk to prospects by talking to 100 prospects than you can by reading a book or attending a workshop about it.
# 24 I’ve learned a lot in the last two months and have reached out to a lot of people, and signed a lot up.
Adding a simple phrase when you reach out like “this may or may not be right for you” can take the pressure off at the beginning and increase your chances of getting a reply.
You must be indifferent about whether or not someone joins or buys from you. If you are desperate and sellsy, people can smell it. Even through messenger, lol.
Other things I’ve learned are: In the beginning, I did not know what I was doing and listened to my sponsor. We have great, supportive leadership in this company and that is not always the case in network marketing companies.
Also, almost NO ONE will join your business the first time you talk with them about it. You MUST follow-up. A follow-up should not always be about the business or products, it can just be a post like, a pm of “how are you doing” or happy birthday on their birthday. Trust me, they won’t forget you shared a business opportunity with them. The more you keep in touch and truly get acquainted with them, the higher the odds are they will join your team or buy your product..
The pipeline is everything. Focus on adding people to your list every single day and don’t worry about one person who said no. Be so busy adding people and following up, that you don’t have time to worry about a no.
We have an outstanding product and business opportunity. Believe it. You truly are helping people and doing them a favor by sharing what you have. People want to join someone who’s excited and moving, so just work the numbers! ~ Landee Martin, Independent Regenalife Affiliate
# 25 Teach people to teach people to teach people. That is the goal.
# 26 When you are talking with people, appeal to their emotions. Focus on the benefits, not the features. That is the smartest way to sell.
# 27 Work and you can compress a lifetime of earnings and beyond into just 2 years in network marketing, but you have to commit!! Learn everything you can about this business if you want to be successful!
There is no profession that exists that allows someone to succeed without training. Real estate agents, doctors, lawyers, nurses—They all go to school! Well, enroll in network marketing school for a couple of years and see what happens! Treat it like a business; it will Pay you like a business.
On the same token, if you just wanna chill and have fun; it will Pay you like a hobby. That’s fine too! We all must prioritize according to what works best in our own lives. 😊 But we cannot be disappointed when we don’t get paid for work we didn’t do. ~ Landee Martin, Independent Regenalife Affiliate
There you have it folks. These are my top 27 Regenalife leadership tips. I hope you got some value from this post. What are your thoughts? What is your favorite tip on this list and why? What is one tip I didn’t cover, but you would recommend? Leave a comment below to share your thoughts.
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