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Pampered Chef: The Art of Recruiting

  1. DebPC

    DebPC Legacy Member Staff Member

    The Art Of Recruiting
    by Kathy Towne
    Sharing your opportunity, or recruiting, is the most rewarding part of the business, both personally and financially! When we truly believe that we have the best product, the most fantastic hostess program and the most lucrative income-earning opportunity in the industry, we can’t help but share it with others! So... where do we find prospective recruits? Successful direct sellers are recruiting at all times, everywhere they go! Every person we know or meet is a potential recruit. Recruits are truly everywhere we are. All we need to do is talk, ask and plant seeds of desire. Be prepared to take advantage of every opportunity to recruit at your shows, at the supermarket, at the doctor’s office, beauty salon or club meetings. Wherever you are, there are recruit prospects waiting to hear what you like best about your opportunity with your company. Your shows are one of your most lucrative recruiting sources. WHY? First, customers and hostesses are already sold on your product and the concept of living-room shopping. Second, they have had an opportunity to observe up front a money-making opportunity that is fun, easy and can hardly be called "work". It’s been said that there are prospective recruits at every single show... but there isn’t always a recruiter there! So, be sure to share your opportunity with every guest (and hostess) at every show-and watch your business grow! Recruiting is merely having a positive attitude and expectancy. Recruiting is caring - about who we are and what we do. We care about the opportunity we enjoy, the people we help and the growth and benefits that lie ahead.
    Nov 15, 2004
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