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Selecting a Direct Sales Sponsor

Selecting a Direct Sales Sponsor

Its interesting to watch the ambulance chasing that occurs on the forums when someone pipes up and says, Im thinking about joining. Immediately the grand scramble begins. Its actually quite pathetic to see the vultures come out.

Just because someone PMs you first or happens to be a lead that corporate gave you does not mean that you have to sign with that person. Also just because someone has emailed and/or snail mailed you some information does not mean you are committed to joining under that person.

Take some time, do your due diligence and find the right sponsor for you. I would strongly discourage you from looking for the best offer. It wont take you any time at all to find offers for free this or that if you join this team or that team. Or you can even find someone who will provide a way for you to join her team for free.

Consider this, if the company you are considering joining has a quality product and a compensation plan you can live with, then the only other element missing is finding support from a strong up line. Those who offer deals are essentially saying that they do not believe in the company offering or in her abilities to recruit and therefore feels the need to bribe you to join.

Company sponsored forums are chock full of consultants begging for help and asking the most basic questions in a public forum because they do not have the training and support required to be successful from their own sponsors. Yet these same people clamoring for help, are the ones who jumped on board with the person who offered the best deal. Go figure. She started her first home business in 1988. As a single parent, Laurie has supported her family by working at home as an Independent Consultant and Star Director with Scentsy Wickless Candles. She enjoys helping others start a candle business. Read our full Terms of Service.