April Team Tip | 5 Steps from Start to… JUMP!

Beyond Organic Jump StartOn Thursday, we recorded an incredible weekly team call with Family Wellness Coach and the creator of the Beyond Organic Jump Start Pilot Program, Angelle Batten. If you missed it, listen NOW.

Field Training Call 4.03.14 – “Five Steps from Start to… JUMP!” with Angelle Batten, Jenni Smith, and special guests.

Screen Shot 2014-04-03 at 3.53.57 PMIf you’re more of a visual person, below are Angelle’s notes from the call. She’s provided step-by-step instructions on how to keep your new Jump Starters pumped up and prepared for their upcoming round of Get Real, Get Fit, or Get Well.

Remember, once you’ve shared your personal Jump Start story and have invited a friend to join you, you owe it to them to hold their hand as they get ready for their 14-day health plan. So keep reading, and find out the 5 steps you need to take to get your new Jump Starters from Start to… JUMP!

Ready to Jump Start your business using
the Beyond Organic Jump Start Program?

Read on for 5 steps to do just that…

Step 1: Participate.

Make sure you have gone through one of the Jump Start Plans yourself. You will be able to share your authentic experience – the benefits, the challenges and most importantly your results!

Step 2: Keep Track.

Make sure to keep track of who in your organization has already done one of the Jump Start Plans AND who is registered for the next session. You can keep track by logging into your back office. Go to Business/Sponsor Report. Sort by date or personal volume {PV}. Use the date sort to look for new customers. Use the PV sort to look for the PVs of the three Jump Start Plans: 92.63 for Get REAL; 140.63 for Get FIT; and 168.75 for Get WELL.

Step 3: Reach Out.

A strong business is built on authentic relationships. As soon as someone registers for Jump Start, continue building that relationship by congratulating them for prioritizing their health. Make sure to:

  1. Remind them of their official start date.
  2. Let them know the eGuide will be in their inbox the Tuesday before their start date, along with the invite to the exclusive Facebook Group.
  3. Share your experience with the 14 Day Plan you participated in, along with testimonials of others in order to build up some excitement and hope.

Here’s a great email template Angelle created that you can use to reach out to your new Jump Starter:  Click for email template

Step 4. Support:

Let your new customer know they will be supported every step of the way, including while they are waiting to get started. Make sure to:

  1. Let them know that the week before their start date, they will receive preliminary emails with tips to help them be most successful with the plan.
  2. Share simple things they can easily start doing now that will help with their results and lessen any detox symptoms, i.e. start crowding out coffee and soft drinks {regular & diet} by drinking a lot more water; start cutting back on sugar and processed grains; get to bed 10 minutes earlier every few nights until you are in bed by 10 p.m. {or early enough to get 8+ hours of sleep}.

Step 5. Connect.

Continue to grow your relationship with the new customer before, during and after their Jump Start experience.

  • Before: Use the ideas above to get your new customer excited and engaged.
  • During: Participate in the FB group, supporting your new customer. Email or call a few times during the 14 days to ask them how they are doing. Get together in person to encourage and problem solve. Be empathetic to what they are experiencing and help them to follow the plan and trust the process.
  • After: Connect afterwards to find out how things went. Ask them what parts they are planning on continuing with. If they had great results, ask them for their testimonial. Let them know when the next start date is and ask if they know anyone else who would love to have a great experience like they did, reminding them about the $25 product credit they receive for each referral or $25 cash if they upgrade to Mission Marketer.

    A few other suggestions:

  • Make sure your new customer knows where to shop for REAL food and offer them some suggestions for stores/websites that you shop at and brands you can suggest for better quality food.
  • Help them with how to plan and prep food ahead of time – even if it’s just for the next day.
  • Share one favorite recipe from the eGuide along with an article or suggestions about a topic like the importance for digestion of sitting down and chewing food well.
  • Offer a list of detox items to have on hand or better yet, give one or two as a gift! i.e. skin brush, Epsom salt, Celtic salt, non-caffeinated herbal teas, etc.
  • Tour a local health food grocery or farmer’s market. Give them a short guide they can take home.
  • Help them set a goal for the week ahead with diet, exercise or self-care so they feel like they are ahead of the game.
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About jenni smith

Jenni Smith is a recovering fast food addict and a reformed couch potato who swore she'd never be a distributor... until the day she realized the only thing holding her back from reaching her true potential was her own stubbornness. And maybe a bit of fear. When she finally decided to put on her "big girl pants", Jenni (and her rock star husband, Paul) went from founding distributor to top earner in two years, and is now a Youngevity Vice Chairman Marketing Director. With a 15-year career in marketing and two little girls at home, Jenni raises her kids and her family's income at the same time and is passionate about coaching anyone who has: A) a desire for better health; B) a need for better wealth; C) patience for sass.
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One Response to April Team Tip | 5 Steps from Start to… JUMP!

  1. Gloria says:

    Thanks Jenni! This info is very helpful.

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