THIS WEEK’S TIP: Create a habit of talking about Stampin’ Up!
Talking about Stampin’ Up! shouldn’t be something you do just when you’re trying to find new team members; you should form a habit of talking about Stampin’ Up! so that no matter when somebody is ready for the opportunity, they’re bound to hear you talking about the many benefits of being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator. Below is a list of Stampin’ Up! benefits that you can talk about.
- The generous demonstrator discount (20-25 percent).
- Flexibility in setting your own hours and working from home.
- Support from creative resources like a quarterly magazine, a demonstrator website filled with training, Stampin’ Connection, and Demonstrator Business Web Services.
- Beautiful, exclusive artwork and high-quality products for you and your customers.
- A low-cost, high-value Starter Kit.
- Opportunities to see and purchase new Stampin’ Up! products first.
- The Quick Start program, where you can earn FREE products.
- Stampin’ Up! events, where you stamp, learn, and have a blast with your fellow Stampin’ Up! lovers!
- A worldwide stamping family!
In addition to creating a habit of talking about the many benefits of being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, there are a few additional resources we recommend:
- The Starter Kit Flyer
- The Join for $99 e-card (DBWS)
- Recruit packets
Recruit packets are a nonthreatening way to invite people to learn more about Stampin’ Up! Packets should be simple and affordable, and you should use them to supplement your conversations with potential team members. Recruit packets could include a recruit brochure, project idea, and any of the documents in the Recruiting section of the Print Lab. Be sure to schedule a time to get together and talk about what they thought of the packet.
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