After you become a new dealer of First Vita Plus, what is the first thing you need to do? Is it to go out and invite as many people as you can to the free Business Development Forum presentations or orientation?
No. There are a number of things you need to do first.
1. Try the product yourself.
After you signed up as a new dealer, you got the Vita Plus Power Pack, which is a yellow tote bag containing 12 boxes (20 sachets per box) of First Vita Plus.
Go ahead. Drink the product. One sachet a day. Taste it. And more importantly…
…be conscious or more aware of the changes in your health, or the way your body feels.
This way, you will be more credible when sharing your experiences with others, because the stories you share are not just the testimonials of strangers.
Some of the stories you share will be your own.
Are you diabetic? Do you have asthma? Do you suffer from headaches? Or tummy problems?
Did you feel stronger after drinking First Vita Plus after a few days? Go ahead and remember your stories, so that you can share it with others.
2. Avail of the free training.
There are so many things you can learn from the free training provided by First Vita Plus to dealers. Feel free to repeat those training sessions to refresh your memory.
Among the things you will learn are:
- Product info – What are the five vegetables in each sachet of FVP?
- What have been the observed health benefits of each kind of vegetable?
- Why are so many Filipinos unhealthy?
- What is the marketing plan of First Vita Plus?
- How do you motivate yourself and succeed in business?
- How do you gain more confidence and inspire others?
You might already know some of those topics, but do you know what helps a person learn something?
Yes, it’s the principle of REPETITION.
After you get to know your product better, plus gain additional knowledge in terms of marketing, personal development, and handling people, that’s when you go out and share what you know with others.
When you truly know your stuff, you will project confidence. And with that comes authority. And from your authority will flow respect and trust on the part of those you speak with.
Remember, prepare first.
This way, you will make your future efforts count. Try to cultivate the virtue of patience.
As the speakers often say, you are growing a mango tree. It takes time, but once the tree matures, it can weather storms and shower you with abundant fruits in the years to come.