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    Default New Consultant requirements?

    When I joined I was required to do 6 shows as a part of signing my contract. I have looked on consultant corner and not found any specific requirements listed. Where do I find what is expected once someone signs? I would like to know the answer to "what am I required to do?" Thank you!
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    In the consultant agreement it specifies 4 show dates....dont see anything else about requirements. It was 6 for me also when I signed.

    Its #6 on pg 6 of the agreement.....

    hope this helps.....

    Please someone correct me if I'm wrong.

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    I always tell people they are "required" to qualify by submitting $1250 in sales.
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    It hasn't been 6 for a while - when I started it was either 4 or $1,250. Then they switched to $1,250 (it was too easy to do a $600 show as your kick off and submit it as 4 shows which is what my director told me to do at the time!)
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    Technically, you aren't 'required' to do anything. You can be a kit-napper and suffer your own conscience or sell at least $1250 and be a qualified consultant .
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    I have not been as successful I could have been in my first 90 days and did not meet the $1250 in sales (short by $400). I have been active every month - just not a lot of sales. Besides not earning the 200 PC dollars, is there anything else I missed for not meeting the goal?

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    Not unless there was an incentive for the month you signed up. The best thing about this business is you can do as little or as much as you want!
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    I know their are some recruiters who tell their new recruits they are "required" to sell a certain amount or do "so many shows" when they sign their contract...I think this is misleading and can come back to "bite them in the...you know where!!!"
    I try to be upfront and honest with my people before they consider signing their agreement about what I would like to expect from them for "their own sake"....
    I think this is better business ethics that way instead of "telling them they have to do so many shows or amount!
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    Quote Quote by kreaser View Post
    I know their are some recruiters who tell their new recruits they are "required" to sell a certain amount or do "so many shows" when they sign their contract...I think this is misleading and can come back to "bite them in the...you know where!!!"
    I try to be upfront and honest with my people before they consider signing their agreement about what I would like to expect from them for "their own sake"....
    I think this is better business ethics that way instead of "telling them they have to do so many shows or amount!
    Just my thoughts
    I agree. The agreement used to say that the consultant agrees to sell $1250, but I was looking at the Terms online, and it doesn't say that. Maybe I'm missing it, or maybe it's been removed.

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