After how many NO’s do you give up?

Posted by Gediminas Grinevicius on Thursday, January 23, 2020 Under: Personal Development

I want to talk about recruiting good quality people in your business. And the title of this blog says, “After how many no's do you give up?” So why do I ask that?

Well, the reason why I asked that is because good, strong, quality people, very often they will say no, at least the first time you asked him to join your business or the first time you asked him to take a look at it. They'll go, “No, sorry.” Why? Because they already successful at whatever they do. They are busy and for most of them, they just laser focused on whatever they do.

So if it's an accountant, it's a lawyer, it's a barista, it's a doctor or whatever, they're going to be busy with what they're doing already because they're successful people, because they're good quality people. So that's the reason why the title of this blog is after how many no's do you give up because most people will ask somebody once and if that person says, “No, I'm not interested.” They'll stop, they'll just give up on that person and they'll move on.

Now, there's a distinction here because very often I get people who are addicted to this one person joining the business. So they’re like, “Oh my gosh, how do I convince this one person to join my business?” Like, hey, look, you can spend too much time just like one person and just I'm really hoping this one person join. You have to do your numbers, you have to get enough people on a daily basis you're reaching out to and offering your business opportunity. And because at the end of the day, you're not convincing people, you're sorting for people.

However, the distinction here is good quality people, if you know that the successful person, they have great potential to be in your business, and maybe even hopefully even know them personally. Then what I would say is, don't just ask them once and stop, follow up with them time after time, right? So maybe every couple of months, you reach out to them and say, “Hey, we've got a business opportunity meeting happening. Maybe you'd like to attend?” Maybe a few months later, “Hey, hope you doing? Well, I've got a home party happening; maybe you'd like to come? I'd love to have you there.” Again, maybe a couple of months later, “Hey, hope you’re doing fantastically well, we've got a national conference going on.

I'd love to invite you as my personal guests, for you to see some successful people in our business.” And so on, you know what I mean? You have to be persistent. Because at the end of the day, the person who says yes to everybody, and says yes to every business opportunity, very often will not do much because they join your business and two days later, they already joined another five companies, you know what I mean? But the person who says no to everybody, once you get them into your business, they are solid, they're going to focus and they're going to work their butt off in order to achieve results, because they are that type of the person.

So the idea for today's blog post, the tip for this blog post, is that when you’re going after great quality people, one, don't expect them to say yes, right away, most of them will say no to you. So prepare for that.

Number two, you have to be persistent with them, you have to show them that you are serious about your business. And one of the ways you show people that you're serious about your business is by key following up with them. Because if you reach out to somebody was they'll go yeah, whatever, no, not interested. But if you reach out to them twice for each times, four times, five times 6, 10 times, they're going to go, “Oh my gosh, this person is really serious.

This person is really committed, this person is really consistent. I need to give them a chance. I need to have a look at the business.”And you know, I've heard so many stories in our industry of super successful people who now are making really, really good money. You know, some of them six figures and some of them even seven figures who said no to the business five to 10 times before they said yes. So don't ever give up on somebody who has great potential. Keep following up with them and you'll be surprised how many people will join your business in the end when the time's right for them.

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