Updated: Feb 20, 2021
As an entrepreneur, having more customers is the life blood of any business.
Now just imagine you're an entrepreneur building a team, you're recruiting, leading and building leverage through a team of people bringing in customers.
It goes right along with this quote:
"I would rather earn 1% off a 100 people's efforts than 100% of my own efforts." John D. Rockefeller
But what does that really mean?
To me it math. Let's say you work and can get 100 customers each paying you $10. So you have $1,000. Now let's say you build a team of 100 people teaching them exactly what you are doing to get those 100 customers and they each are able to get 100 customers. And since you taught them and trained them, you earn 1% of their earnings. 10 people getting 100 customers each = 1000 new customers. What does that look like as far as your earnings? It's $1,000 in your pocket that you didn't have to work for. So in sense, if you continue to work and use your methods of getting 100 customers each month, you've essentially doubled your income. That is the power of leverage.
Today I wanted to actually share secrets of getting those customers and building a team to create that leverage.
The ATM System
If you've been around the world of network marketing, this concept is most likely one you have heard about, but for those that aren't familiar, we're going cover how it works exactly and how you can use today.
The ATM system is a system of Adding, Tagging, and Messaging.
Teams use this system to expose prospects to the company they're working with and to products they want to sell.
The basis of this is to create curiosity around your business/products to have people reaching out to you to find out what you are doing or by going out and actively talking to people regarding the business/products and asking if they are open to taking a look.
The last part of that is incredibly important that you understand. You are asking if they are OPEN to taking a look, not assuming that because you love your company/products that everyone will as well.
Now that you have asked and they are open to checking out the business/products, you invite them to a Facebook group.
In this group you Tag them in a post, usually set up in the announcements or posts that you think they will find useful and give them enough information to consider joining your business or trying out your products.
After tagging them in posts, you then return and Message them regarding what they saw in the group, which means you should give them a few hours or days depending how busy they are to poke around in the group.
From here it would a great transition to a 3-way chat/call.