Imagine the following scenario:
You’ve recently joined or have been involved with a home business opportunity. In order to get your business off the ground, you need to recruit others . You start your recruiting campaigns (by email, phone calls, online/offline marketing, etc.) and you begin to build your organization. You are initially excited when people join you in your business opportunity, but as time goes on, you discover that some of these people eventually quit and drop out or become inactive.
If this happens, then you have most likely recruited tire-kickers and/or deadbeats into your business. Recruiting these people should be avoided as much as possible because based on my experience, getting them to be active participants is a huge waste of time and energy. Continue reading