How To Create Duplication and Momentum – Even If You’re New

How To Create Duplication and Momentum

 

 

It’s exciting to grow your team. Such high expectations with each new person… Thinking to yourself – Is this person the one that’s going to take us to the top? You take yourself out of prospecting mode and start prepping your new person or people to be “The One” whether they like it or not.

This is a very familiar place for most marketers. To be honest, for most, it’s the excuse they’ve been looking for to get out from being uncomfortable. Though it is easier to help others grow and build their business, putting all your eggs into one basket is a recipe for disaster.
You end up putting too much pressure on your new teammate, causing resistance and soon enough, they’ll quit.

In the Video Below, we discuss How To Create Duplication inside your team and increase your retention rate.

From what you just saw, it’s actually a very simple process. Something you’re most likely already doing. Got Value? Spread the love with a Comment Below and a Share
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13 thoughts on “How To Create Duplication and Momentum – Even If You’re New

  1. Kenny Santos

    It’s not how well you do that works. It’s how you can duplicate. If there is not duplication it’s very frustrating.
    Get in the trenches and lead from the front.

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  2. Rory Singh

    Some people may feel like they are in a dictatorship when they have a manager type leader. Then their are others who like (and need that type of leadership). Each team member learns in their ‘own’ way. And some are not going to do a thing no matter how good of a leader you are. We can only do our best to work with those who are ‘willing’ to take the help. In the words of Jerry McGuire…”Help Me to Help You’.

    Thanks Steve for bringing up such a vital point. Thanks for the video!

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    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Boom, awesome Rory.
      Most of us still have the employee mentality and need to have instructions

      Reply

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