When recruiting becomes your mission, you are unstoppable.
I shot this in New York, a few days after training a the recruiters for the Connecticut Army National Guard. They were already sold on recruiting being their mission.
What they wanted help with was finding the best ways to penetrate the market where their best recruits are…in high schools.
The Army National Guard believes in its mission. It knows what it is. The men and women who make up the National Guard can name it when woken up from a sound sleep at 3:00 in the morning.
So to them it’s not just signing up people for the next program.
It’s investing in the future of our country, with the right people who can be trained to take on the responsibility that goes along with it.
What are you doing?
Are you recruiting into a program so you can make some money?
Are you putting people into something you don’t think is good for them, but it helps you so you’re willing to go along with it?
Are you trying to please your upline, or downline? Or get your spouse off your back after investing so much money and time away from the family?
Or are you itching to get new and fresh blood into something that’s good and important?
Are you dying to bring someone into something that will make a positive and lasting change?
Are you comfortable with the idea of them investing time, energy, skill and money into something great?
Are you ready to do the good and important work of recruiting?