We are in the business of improving lives! We serve others when we share the good health associated with FreeLife’s products. We serve others when we share the abundance associated with FreeLife’s Compensation Plan. We serve others when we replace fear and uncertainty with a sense of hope and optimism for the future. The more people we serve, the more lives we change. The more people you serve, the larger your organization, and the larger your income.
It’s simple to understand and highlights what I believe is the lifeblood of growth for your FreeLife organization; Enrolling new Marketing Executives (MEs) with a Quick Start Pack and new Advantage Customers (ACs) with one of our product packs.
Enrolling a new ME or AC begins with starting a conversation that can help you identify the areas in someone’s life that they would like to improve. Maybe it’s losing weight, having more energy or feeling healthier. Maybe you uncover a financial issue in your conversation such as job dissatisfaction, financial struggles, or a specific need, like paying for a child’s education. There are a myriad of needs you will discover from a conversation. By focusing on helping people, you can show them how FreeLife can be the answer to some of their needs.
3 Simple Formulas:
Enrolling is the lifeblood of growth. You simply cannot grow without it and one must understand that the speed of the group is the speed of the leader. If you enroll and consistently get into the Transformation Weekly Bonus Pool, you’ll be setting a strong example and tone throughout your organization that consistent enrolling is a top priority.
Not only will developing an enrolling culture in your organization have a powerful impact on your growth, but it will provide an enormous sense of fulfillment and joy as you see people’s lives improve!
Just look at a few ways that enrolling can have a positive impact on your FreeLife business:
So as you move forward each month, make it a goal to enroll a minimum of either two new MEs, two new ACs or any combination of the two. Enrolling is not only the lifeblood of growth, it’s the only way for your organization to grow.