Recruiting Tips That Work Wonders for Women in Network Marketing/Direct Sales

by SoniaStringer

woman on phone and computerDo you ever feel nervous approaching people with your products or business opportunity (and find yourself holding back, when you really should be sharing)? Many women feel uncomfortable when it comes to selling or sponsoring. Let’s face it  – none of us wants to feel like a used car salesman or be perceived as “pushy” or “sales-y”, especially when connecting with friends, family or other close contacts.

In reality, women can be POWERHOUSE recruiters, especially when we use an approach that feels comfortable and allows us to tap into our natural strengths and abilities.

Last year, I had the opportunity to interview a handful of extremely successful female leaders, and learn firsthand exactly what they do to attract new leaders and create phenomenal growth in their teams. Watch this short video to find out what’s working for  women when it comes to selling and sponsoring (and how to do this in a very classy, elegant way).

These simple strategies will give you the confidence to approach anyone about your business, and will make a real difference in your ability to make sales and recruit sharp new leaders into your own team.

magic-words-laptopQuestions or comments on this topic? I’d LOVE to hear them – please post below and I’ll do my best to respond promptly…

And if you want to learn some additional tips to recruit people (without being pushy or feeling uncomfortable)…

… join me for my next webinar training – “The Magic Words to Selling and Sponsoring” – a gift for those of you in the Savvy Women community.

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Sonia Stringer is a professional speaker, business coach, and popular mentor to over 500,000 women in the network marketing/direct selling profession.  Sonia is an expert in “elegant influence” and renowned for her ability to help women sell and recruit in a way that is comfortable, classy, and highly effective. Find out more about her free training resources, coaching programs, and live events at

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