GDI marketing tips and more!
If you fail to plan you plan to fail, at least that's how the saying goes. Here are some tips to help you plan your Income for Life building strategies.
1. GDI is a gift, not a bunch of services that you need to convince someone to buy. It's information you have that could help someone. It poses no risk to anyone else and offers lots of potential. Some will be interested in learning about it and these are the people you want to find. People with bigger goals, like you.
2. Explaining GDI from scratch or without first using presentations will not help you. You don't have to convince anyone of anything. Its your position to simply give them the information (presentation), let them go over it and then make a decision for themselves. No sales, no tricks. You should always follow up afterwards to see if they have questions. If you want help doing this you can have your upline do this with you and your prospect together.
3. Treat GDI like a real business. Of course you can have fun and be your own boss but believing that you can become a millionaire by tomorrow on your couch in your pajamas is not a realistic plan. You'll need to consistently put in effort to improve and as Jim Rohn would say, "Work harder on yourself than you do on your job." Try to remember your first day at a job. You probably didn't know much about it but as you consistently put in hours you got better and better and developed a routine. GDI is no different. Work on improving until you have a routine then work on improving your routine. It takes time and discipline but the results can be very rewarding.
4. Attend all possible trainings! Stay active. The more effort you put into improving the more results you will see. Engage yourself in being surrounded by like-minded people. This helps you stay focused and you pick up great tips along the way. See the GDI conference call & webinar schedule. There's even an option there to view past webinar recordings.
5. Develop a full understanding and appreciation for the following words: Goals, freedom, residual income and effort. First look them up and get their real definition then jot down what they mean to you. Apply them to your business and develop a plan that involves all of them. Figure out how much it would take for you to notice just a slight change in lifestyle. Don't envision your final goal just yet but picture milestones along the way. Consider earning enough money from GDI at first to take care of your cell phone bill every month, then your utilities, then your car payment, your house payment and then start to think about how much it would actually take on a monthly basis for GDI to be your main source of income. Develop a drive and an aim to make it to these milestones and don't get distracted.