Choosing the right Jamberry mentor and sponsor is a big decision in starting your Jamberry business. Yes the wraps are awesome to share with people, but ensuring you have a good support system in place can really help make the difference in your success. Having a great Jamberry mentor means you will have access to training and support that you may not get otherwise, and yes with the right attitude you may be able to succeed anyway, but isn’t it nice to have someone cheering you on? Isn’t it great to have someone telling you they believe in you? That they know you can do it? Encouragement, belief and the great coaching a good mentor can provide will undoubtedly make a difference to your business and your career in direct sales. Now a mentor can’t do the work for you, but she/he can guide you to the most efficient way to achieve your goals.
Here’s some things to think about when chatting to your prospective Jamberry mentor or sponsor:
- What is their background?
- Do they have Direct Sales experience?
- How did they hear about Jamberry?
- Who is their sponsor and why did they choose her/him?
- What kind of training is provided by Jamberry and what is provided by them?
- What do they use to provide their training? Webinars/Phonecalls/In person trainings etc
- How available are they to answer questions and help you individually?
- Are they familiar with every aspect of running your Jamberry business? For example, in wholesale jerseys home parties, Facebook parties, events, 1-2-1s Album etc etc
- Do they help with graphics for use on social media?
- Do they have a Facebook Group for their team to chat and collate resources?
- Do they invest in their own training? For example going to corporate events cheap jerseys like the annual convention.
- Do they like working as a team and helping each other out so the whole team achieves great things and not just one person?
- Do they offer social media training?
- Will they offer guidance on how to ‘sell’ without pestering your friends?
- Do they have training to help you start sharing the business right away?
Team BossBerries has all of those things…. Just so you know 😉
I do think it is important to ‘interview’ your prospective mentor/sponsor, and it is free likely that she/he will be interviewing you. They will want to establish whether you are doing this to earn a little bit of extra cash each month, or want to completely change your life both financially and personally, or somewhere in between. Whatever YOU want from this is what is important, and it will help them know what kind of support to offer. Whilst interviewing you may even chat to a few different mentors, and taking into account their personality and the culture of their team is important too. You also need to think about whether you need someone local to you who can offer you regular in person support, or whether online is perfectly OK. With the way modern technology is a lot of trainings are done online, and so you need to think about whether that is suitable for you. Many teams also offer trainings in person so you need to understand what is available to you.
Take some time to get to know your prospective mentor, chat on the phone, in person, or online, and ask yourself:
- Do you like them?
- Does their personality align with yours and what you want in a business partner?
- Are they honest, friendly, approachable and fun?
- Do they know Jamberry’s procedures and policies and work in line with them?
- Are they knowledgeable about Jamberry, both the business and the products themselves?
- Do you feel inspired by them?
- Are they enthusiastic?
- How successful are they?
- Do you like the sound of the team?
- Does the team Facebook page sound like a great resource and somewhere you’d want to visit regularly?
Your mentor is there to be your coach, ally, business partner, cheerleader and most of all your friend. It is important that you feel you can have a good working relationship with them. Think about what qualities are important to you and see if they have them. Find out if they are working their business, doing training, coaching their team etc, because you want that from a mentor. You want someone who is doing what you’re doing and not just watching from the sidelines. You want someone who has started at the bottom and is working their way up, someone who started with nothing and wants everything. Someone who makes you want everything too, and believe that you can achieve it.
Choosing your Jamberry mentor, as I said, is an incredibly important decision. You want someone who cares about your business as much as you do. Mentoring and coaching my team is one of the reasons I love working in direct sales. Seeing people achieve their dreams, and knowing I had a hand in it is so incredibly fulfilling. It’s a huge part of my ‘why’ Welcome as people really are my cheap jerseys passion. I would love to chat to you and see if I am the right mentor for you, I might not be, and that’s OK. If not I will probably be able to put you in touch with someone who would be a great fit for you. You can cheap jerseys message me on Facebook or email me and we can chat there or I can give you a call on the phone or via Skype. Together we can discuss your Jamberry business and help you get started on the pathway to success and fulfilling your dreams!