Building your Mary Kay Team or Mary Kay Unit can be very profitable and very fun. Here your will find ways you can get new team members (recruits) to build your team with Mary Kay and grow your business.
Build Your Mary Kay Team by Letting Others Know About the Opportunity
The first step in growing your Mary Kay team is to let people know about the business. Mary Kay has many great things to offer and many people aren’t aware of them. It’s your job to tell them. Simply telling people about the business and what Mary Kay has to offer is enough to make them want to join your team.
Many people are under the consumption that you must recruit to make money with Mary Kay. This of coarse is not the case and some need to know that. Be sure that when you are telling people about the opportunity you tell them the FACTS. Be as precise as you can and answer all questions honestly. If you aren’t sure, call your Director, she will know.
Mary Kay is Great Opportunity for Those Who Need an Extra Income
Many women could use the Mary Kay opportunity help them overcome financial situations. Stay at home moms/women, single moms, college students, retired ladies, those looking for extra money, and those needing a full-time job can all benefit from the Mary Kay Opportunity. If you know someone who may need additional income share the opportunity with them. Help the to see the wonderful things that Mary Kay has to offer.
Facial Boxes Can Also Be Used to Build Your Team
Don’t throw out those old leads just yet. Be sure to contact everyone who checked “interested in the Mary Kay opportunity” on their entry form. Tell them about the business and ask when they would like to get started.
Find Great Team Members at Mary Kay Parties
Mary Kay parties are not only a great way to get new customers but, are an excellent way to get new team members as well. During the Mary Kay party give your ‘I’ story and tell them what you love about Mary Kay. Let them know about the opportunity and have each one fill out a survey about selling Mary Kay. The “Women of the Millennium” and “Have You Ever Pondered Pink?” sheets are both great surveys to use to find out if anyone at your party is interested in selling Mary Kay. Don’t forget to ask the hostess if she would be interested.
While these are only a few weeks to get more Mary Kay team members, there are several other ideas out there. Search the web or check with your director for any suggestions she may have.