No, I’m not telling you about my experience with Julie Evans from Kindergarten so don’t even ask! ?
Have you ever had someone say “I’ll take a look at your network marketing company if you’ll take a look at mine?”
It’s a question I got the other day from one of my customers asking if he should partake in this type of back-n-forth pitch process.
Here’s my take on it.
Don’t be a Kindergartener!
If someone wants you to join under them…
But is also open to switching companies…
How would you feel about them as your leader?
Does their flakiness inspire confidence?
I don’t think so.
What words come to mind, instead?
Just understand, if you partake in the whole “I’ll show you mind if you’ll show me yours B.S.” you are being a poser.
Instead, be a professional.
Kindly let them know you’re not recruitable. Show strength, show confidence, show leadership.
And just in case you’re thinking…
I know I’m not really recruitable so I’ll just pretend to be interested in their deal and maybe I’ll recruit the other person…
First, if you’re pretending to be open, but you’re not, you’re out of integrity. A lack of integrity is not going to lead to you becoming a powerful leader.
Next, even if you do recruit the other person, all you’ll get is a poser who is open to being led by a weak leader willing to go through the “I’ll show you mine if you’ll show me yours” game.
Be strong. Don’t be a poser. Elevate yourself to a higher level.
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