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My Why Worksheet

Create Your Mission Statement Think about what you want to have and do in your life & who you want to become. Ask yourself the following questions and make a mental note of the first things that come to mind. Don’t censor yourself! Next, jot down some of those thoughts

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Goal Setting

What is the first goal you had when starting your business?

Memory Jogger
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Make a list of everyone you know. Use this tool to help you identify as many people as you can in your inner circle and beyond. Write down every single name that comes to mind. Don’t pre-judge. This should be a fun process, so sit down and start writing! Don’t overthink it

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Onboarding Checklist

Use this checklist to guide you through the Getting Started: Onboarding For Your Business training program.

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Inviting Formula Worksheet

Spend some time thinking about the people you want to invite to your Friends and Family Event. Use the formula to craft personal invitations to your event

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Vital Behaviors Tracker

Set your strategy and goal, Focus on income producing activities!

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New Member Follow Up

Following up with your new Members is one of the most important types of follow up you’ll do. Check out these great Follow Up tips to give your Members the best Shaklee experience:

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Navigating Common Concerns

Know your customers! Ask their concerns and offer solutions!

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Qualifying your Dream Team

Looking for the right people to join you as customers/business partners will really help you grow your business and create a community you enjoy being a part of. Does it seem kind of crazy to care about the type of customers you bring on?

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Social Media Calendar

Plan for the month! If you don't have a plan, you are planning to fail