A woman in a “sales director only” group on Facebook wants to know Jamie Taylor’s secret to getting to NSD. The responses do not disappoint. They give great insight into how it’s done. If you don’t want to have to read the entire article, it’s this: churn recruits really fast with big orders and have a lot of luck because the stars need to align *just so.* Jamie says trial and error, which means she kept getting her downline to recruit and pull big initial inventory orders, but she had to get the configuration just right to qualify for NSD.
Here is where Jamie talks about 2019-2020 being a bad year because she “wasn’t doing trip numbers.” (i.e. $650k retail) Unit size of 120 is not enough to do $650k or get a national area. So Jamie’s unit needed to sign up 100 new consultants in 6 months.
Virtual parties and recruiting calls? This works for some.
It was all trial and error. In other words, how do you get enough bodies, with enough initial inventory orders, in the right configuration? Remember that “promotions” in MK are not done with consultants who sell. It’s done with consultants who do large initial inventory orders. So it is all about recruiting and frontloading. Period.
5 offspring this seminar year propelled Jamie to national. She says “we did trip too, and our unit wasn’t big.” Well of course. WHen you have 5 offspring, they each have large production to finish DIQ. That DIQ production goes toward Jamie’s annual total, which is what pumped up her numbers and commissions. So the unit size isn’t large because sales directors keep spinning off, but she keeps getting big production every time someone does DIQ.
Here it is: IT’S ALL ABOUT MORE PEOPLE. Recruiting, recruiting, recruiting… and the big orders that go along with it. What more do you need to know about this pyramid scheme? IT REQUIRES LOTS OF NEW AGREEMENTS. You get about 1 new director for every 50 new recruits.