Friday, December 1, 2017

Top Ten Leader Activities for Retention

Top Ten Leader Activities for Retention
As shared by Al Fornier "Big Al's Top Ten for Retention"

  1. Retention starts on Day 1.  When they get their kit, make it a big deal!  Encourage them to do a live unboxing and share pictures on social media and in your team page.
  2. 24-48 hours, follow up by phone with all new team members in your team to connect and answer questions.
  3. KISS Keep It Super Simple.  Make it as easy and as fun as possible.  When it's fun. people stay longer!
  4. Listen to your downline.  They will tell you where they need help.  Be there to support them and help them find resources.
  5. Set weekly, monthly and quarterly goals.  Business is built 90 days at a time.  Break it down into chunks.  Focus on what's coming, set goals and help your team do the same.
  6. Recognition, written, verbal and electronic recognition is as important as financial compensation.  As a leader you are in the recognition business!
  7. A positive attitude goes a long way.  The attitude determines the altitude.  People like to be around others who are enthusiastic and positive!
  8. Not everyone who recruits is a good trainer.  Do your part to fill in the gaps.
  9. Always follow the golden rule: Treat other people the way you would like to be treated. Always aim to meet or exceed your team's expectations.  If you miss the mark, no worries - just endeavor to do better next time.
  10. When we do our part to improve retention, we will have happier consultants.  Happier consultants are more productive.  Productive consultants are active and will stay longer.

Sunday, September 24, 2017

Using garage sale groups to generate leads


This idea was shared by a fellow leader originally.  She posted in a local Buy Sell Trade group and got 124 comments in less than 24 hours.  Here's what she posted:


I posted in 3 local groups... Here's the text I included:

Friday, September 15, 2017

Vendor Events - You Don't Need Inventory!

Since originally posted in 2016, this post as had nearly 600 comments!  I thought I would share it here in our training blog for easy reference.  This is the fabulous Debbie Bird, a fellow Founder with Jamberry.  The training info below the photo is hers <3 p="">


I was tagged last night on this picture and asked, "How do you do an event with so little?" Because the best EVENT season is upon us! 

Here is my reply.
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Friday, August 11, 2017

Fundraising Packet

The lovely Sarah Marsh has updated the Jamberry Fundraising packet for the 2017 fundraising season.

You can use this with any group that is looking to raise funds. Schools, youth groups, sports teams, churches, missionary groups and community organizers are all great people to approach for a Jamberry fundraiser.

This packet should be used to manage and run the fundraiser, not for marketing and trying to secure a fundraising opportunity.

Link to dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/olz0b6zyc6xg47o/AAD6vC-7L5QwvV9WPY1aUB1wa?dl=0

A Jamberry fundraiser is a fun and easy easy to raise money for any cause. 
If you are not a Jamberry consultant and would like information on raising money through a Jamberry fundraiser, please call it text 469-583-4604 to speak with me, Noel Giger. I can help you connect with a team member in your area of arrange an online fundraiser for you. You can also email me at glowgirls@noelgiger.com

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Sunday, June 4, 2017

How to Find New Customers

No matter what business you are in, we all need one thing… new customers.
But, how do you find them? How do you get outside of your family and friends and find people who WANT to do business with you?
The way to find new customers is to make new connections. This can be done in a variety of ways.
One way is through online and social media marketing. The benefit of this type of marketing is that it can connect you with people from anywhere in the world.

Friday, May 19, 2017

Write A Compelling #BecauseOfJamberry story


We all have amazing stories to tell, and the formula below will help you clarify your testimony.
It's also a good idea to have a focus on one area at a time.  It's perfectly fine to have more than one testimonial to share! 
Financial
Flexibility
Building a Community - Network
Personal Development
Recognition Leadership
Here's mine, using the formula below and focused on flexibility:
#BecauseOfJamberry noel giger jamberry sahm wahm success flexibility work from home jobs