Duplication Secrets


Guys, last night while do some cleaning of my room and also my notebook. I found this great notes from my online guru, Daegan Smith. So I would like to share some of his secrets and also my personal experience here that will help you out along the way in networking.

The home business industry isn’t so much about the big numbers you or I could pull in, it’s about what you or I can help the next person do, so let me share a few secrets that you can use today to help your partners succeed at a higher level.

1. Knowledge duplication: Make sure your knowledge duplicates to it’s fullest extent. What you know will go a lot farther if the guy 10 levels deep can have access to it easily, so make sure everyone on your team knows what you know.

How?

Start a blog (like this one 🙂 ) and post all your home business experience for your team to learn.

Create a team marketing guide with your best practices and be sure to pass it along to all your partners and have them pass it along to all their partners.

Hold live meetings (online via skype or YM) and show and tell. Once a week bring the team together and show them what’s working for you instead of just telling them. A picture is worth a thousand words, and this can be easily achieved these days with webinar software.

2. Make everything super simple: I used to think giving every last detail of everything I knew was important to duplication. It’s not. If you give to much you risk confusing your new team members, so I stick to just sharing the exact PROCESSES and NOT strategies (these are different) to make things easiest for your team to succeed.

Let me explain the difference.

Processes are what to do. Strategies are how and why. Your new team member doesn’t need to fill his or her head with every contingency of what you know to succeed. Keep things simple for them and they will succeed faster.

I try, but sometimes fail, to keep all videos that I share as training less than 5 minutes to make things super simple. You should strive to do the same.

3. Invoke Passion: For your team members to know you care you’ve got to show them. Don’t be afraid to put your heart on the line. Put yourself out there. Leave yourself vulnerable and you’ll gain strength. In all your messages to your team share why what you’re doing together with them is so important.

What it really means to you and, in that, they’ll discover what it means to them.

Be yourself and give all you’ve got. Have a team mission. Share your story and remind your team members of it often.

This business isn’t totally mechanical. It’s built around living human beings just like you, and we need a flame, we need a spark.

You’ve got to be that spark for them. Find the strength in them they didn’t even know they had.

Do these things and you and your partners will thrive.

They’ll carry your energy and sense of community down deep and you’ll have an organization empassioned to grow. When that happens look out . . .

The exact technical strategies behind what I’ve shared with you today that have grown my team in just a few short months are found here:  http://vur.me/Rosli/online-mlm/

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4 Comments so far

  1. Chris @ MLM Spot on November 18th, 2008

    Having a blog for communicating with your MLM team and put training material for them is a very good idea. Besides for helping the people in your organization it may also help you to recruit other people into your opportunity that found your teaching helpful and want to join your team.

  2. roslimh on November 19th, 2008

    Hi Chris,

    Thanks for visiting and commenting here. Agreed with you, in whatever business…servicing and teaching your team is very important to sustaining in the business.

    You have an awesome blog on MLM. I may introduce to my team as well 🙂

  3. Daegan Smith on November 20th, 2008

    Thanks for paying it forward my friend.

    To the top,

    Daegan

  4. roslimh on November 20th, 2008

    Hi Daegan,

    You are great mentor and guru…

    Have a great day.

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