Whether you’re new to the profession or a seasoned veteran, you’ve heard about duplication in your business—so this week, we’re sharing some insights on the topic!
With a combined experience of 25 years and a thriving global team, we’re passionate about serving others and simplifying the art of duplication. Often, people overcomplicate it, but we’re here to streamline the process and get your business spinning with momentum. So let’s get to it!
1. Use Your Own Products
This one is critical. Surprisingly, many people don’t use their products regularly, which hinders their ability to share authentic stories and genuinely advocate for them. If your company offers a range of products, it’s especially essential to create diverse experiences that you can share passionately!
When someone new joins your team, don’t leave product exploration to chance. Encourage them to dive in immediately—smell, touch, and use everything, and share those experiences right away. This approach fosters confidence and belief, which are the cornerstones of an unstoppable business drive.
2. Create An Actionable Business Plan
Like guiding a child through their bedtime routine with easy steps, keep your business blueprint straightforward for your team. Overloading people with too many tasks can overwhelm and paralyze them. Aim for one or two key activities that are easy to execute and replicate.
3. Utilize Third-Party Tools
The power of third-party tools cannot be overstated. They allow your prospects to learn without pressure, and give you the credibility of a well-established system. In the early stages, when someone might not have all the answers, these tools can be a lifeline, offering confidence and supporting their pitch.
These tools excel in explaining your products and business model better than a newcomer might, and they work wonders for those who are a bit more reserved. Show your team the benefits—third-party tools do the talking, easing the pressure and boosting confidence for everyone, especially newcomers!
4. Present Your Business The Same Way Each Time
Whether it’s through Facebook parties, online events, or face-to-face meetings, create a simple, repeatable process that everyone can follow. Consistency in your approach is crucial; it could be a singular event each week that everyone builds toward. Uniformity in action across the team is essential for duplication.
5. Tap Into The Power Of Weekly Leadership Sessions
It’s so easy to blow these off, but weekly leadership sessions keep your team engaged, offer a platform to celebrate successes, and provide regular training. This business can feel isolating despite the community aspect, so these sessions are a lifeline to many, fostering a sense of belonging and establishing the rhythm of your business operations!
6. Make Sure You Get To The Events
Lastly, the importance of major events cannot be overstated! Promoting and attending major events can significantly impact your income. Events recharge your passion, provide networking opportunities, and deliver invaluable training. They are the milestones of our profession, and we attribute our longevity in this industry to our commitment to attending them.
As you look ahead, consider the major events on your calendar. Drive your team’s attendance to these gatherings—like the upcoming GoPro event in December and our company event in February. Events create the ‘stickiness’ that keeps people engaged over the long term, through all the ups and downs.
We hope these insights into duplication have been valuable! Stay connected, and let’s make this week, especially with upcoming Black Friday sales, incredible. We’re here to support you in making this holiday season truly remarkable. If you want to join us at the GoPro event in December check it out at SarahandTony.com/GoBig. Take care!