Five Reasons Not To Recruit Your Dear Mother or Brother

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 Five Reasons Not To Recruit Your Dear Mother or Brother

I don’t mean to really single out your mother or your brother as being poor choices as prospects that you may want to recruit into your business.  In reality, I am referring to anyone that joins your business for the wrong reasons.

According to Robert Kiyosaki  that includes ALL people who are not involved in networking marketing with the express purpose of helping other people achieve financial freedom. He actually goes further than that to suggest that we should only recruit those people who are committed to helping other people move to the B and I quadrants.


The danger of signing a recruit who doesn’t have others best interests at heart is the damage that they can do to you and your organization through some inadvertent activities.  Listed below are five actions that the novice recruit can undertake that will undermine the value of what you and others in the field of network marketing are trying to do.

Five Cardinal Sins of The New Recruit

1. Overselling the business opportunity

2. Bringing up business in social settings

3. Giving off the impression of desperation

4. Fawning over and catering almost exclusively on new recruits, thereby ignoring existing customers

5. Exaggerating or inaccurately portraying aspects of their business

Sadly, these sins are not isolated to new recruits and you can find veterans with several years experience who still commit the same offences.  It is fairly easy to train the new recruit even if it is your mother, friend or brother. All that’s required is to kindly point out what damage can occur and it’s almost a sure bet you won’t see it happen again.

That may not be the case with the ‘experienced’recruit unless it has become an ingrained habit that they aren’t even aware of. Once again, if that is the case, simply pointing it out will likely be enough to correct the issue without any hard feelings or lasting damage.

You need to look very closely at the people that you bring onto your team. These are people that you are going into business with, and in some cases they will be conducting your ‘business’ in your absence.

If that gives you a queasy feeling or leads you to feelings of misgiving, then you likely have the wrong recruit.  It takes a lifetime to create a good reputation and only a few days to destroy it. Remember,  you get to decide who you want to work with and you can say NO.

Why take chances?

Till Next Time….

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2 Responses to “Five Reasons Not To Recruit Your Dear Mother or Brother”

  1. Damayanthi Says:

    Another excellent post Sigrid.

    Yes you are right, when a person join a Network Marketing Company they are made to believe that the products and opportunity is so great that everyone NEED them therefore everyone is their prospects.
    Yes may be it is the truth & probably people need to use them, but the point is do they WANT to use them?

    Love what you said here -> “If that gives you a queasy feeling or leads you to feelings of misgiving, then you likely have the wrong recruit. It takes a lifetime to create a good reputation and only a few days to destroy it.”

    Appreciate you sharing your insights to this topic.

    Damayanthi
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    sigrid Reply:

    I agree Damayanthi, there needs to be more education for new NM entrepreneurs that not everyone will want what they have, or even to look at it. For example, not everyone wants to wear high heeled shoes!

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