Many, many people each year get involved in a home-based business, as a result of having seen a presentation, gotten all excited over the concepts of making money from home and signed up.
Most people, unfortunately, do nothing. Face it, if a person has little or no business experience it can be overwhelming to develop a personalized presentation, arrange marketing materials such as business cards and stationery and actually go out and contact people about their products.
For a seasoned business person it takes actual work. Beginners need much more than a starter kit and the advice to “make a list of all of your relatives and friends” to present to. Don’t do that by the way ( contact your friends and relatives).
If you are recruiting and sponsoring people into your business you owe it to them (and yourself) to make sure they have good training. This means going way beyond the “friends and family” advice.
The go-getter type is the one that will actually go out and contact people to sell their opportunity – even without none or with very little of your input. They don’t need you.
Concentrate your training efforts on the beginners or those that have been burned by their previous experiences. Provide a standardized training and resource package that will help them get the tools in place they will need to succeed.
If you set your sights on each of members getting a personal blog, a collection of articles to populate the blog with, an autoresponder complete with follow-up messages they will have a basic platform from which to begin their launch.
Follow-up training would teach them to drive quality traffic to their blog to generate leads.
Plenty of quality leads is a GOOD THING for your organization.
Fortunately the Perpetual20′s creator Ewen Chia already has this (and more) included as part of the membership, and in addition the owner of this review site (Anders Eriksson) will include tons of Master Resell Rights products, and even web hosting as part of the “signing up bonuses” if you signup from this link: Perpetual20 Bonuses
>> By Anders Eriksson – Your Perpetual20 team leader