Our team members:
The following is a simple solution.
Here are some great benefits to this simple solution. Our members will:
Too good to be true?
The Weekly Zoom Report.
Organize a once-a-week Zoom team meeting. The Zoom team meeting will be only 20 or 30 minutes at the most. Why?
What will be the Zoom team meeting format?
We want to give our team members an easy assignment that will build their business. As we know, lessons and notes are good for memorizing skills. But results come when we put the skills into action.
No action = no results.
So what would be this easy assignment?
To say one simple sentence, once a day.
This sentence will be an ice breaker sentence that gives prospects choices. When prospects reply to this sentence, they make a choice. That makes closing automatic.
We must make sure this sentence is rejection-free, and there is no chance of embarrassment. We want our team members to say this sentence once a day. Here are some examples of this sentence:
These are just a few examples. Basic ice breakers that compel people to make an instant decision. And did we notice that all of these sentences were safe?
Every team member will pick a sentence they would like to say. Make sure they pick something comfortable so they will be happy and relaxed when talking to prospects.
Let’s do our 20-minute Zoom team meeting.
First, welcome everyone.
Next, we give our personal report first. Why? Not to impress the team members, but to help everyone relax. No one ever wants to go first.
Our report will sound something like this.
“I chose this as my sentence this week: ‘If working out of your home sounds better than commuting to work, let’s talk.’ I said this sentence six times this week. My results? Three people wanted to have a conversation immediately. And here is another great thing that happened to me this week. My son came home with his first passing grade in math. His tutor is doing a great job.”
That’s it. Our report might take 30 seconds. Our personal report will have these four things:
Here is why we do these four things.
Well, we volunteered to go first. Our turn is finished. Now it is the next person’s turn.
Everyone on the Zoom Team Meeting takes their turn and reports. For some, this will help them overcome their shyness. They are with a group of supporters, and this may be the first time they’ve spoken in public or to a group. It’s great personal development.
After each team member finishes, we should compliment the team member for participating in reporting. We make no judgment if they didn’t tell their sentence at all, or if they couldn’t remember how to report these four things. We encourage everyone.
After the reports from everyone, we will give a word or two of motivation. After all, we are the leader of this meeting. We could say something like this:
And finally, we can make any announcements.
And now our weekly call is over.
For our team members, this is a chance to catch up and see what their friends are doing every week. They will look forward to the meeting. And at the end of every call, everyone wants to do better the following week.
Use this simple 20-minutes-a-week investment to put life back into our business. This is one way to get everyone on the team active and involved.
Now, here are some resources to make this a lot easier.
The only hard part is coming up with enough great sentences for the team to choose from. Pick one of these books to gather the sentences you need.
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His passion is marketing ideas, marketing campaigns, and how to speak to the subconscious mind in simplified, practical ways. He is always looking for case studies of incredible marketing campaigns that give usable lessons. As the author of numerous books and audio trainings, Tom is a favorite speaker at company conventions and regional events.