It’s been said that “The only thing you need to remember is how to get to Director rank, because after that you’re just doing the same thing again and again.” Pretty accurate statement.
What is that “same thing”? It’s about “3 & 10 Do it Again.”
Starting any business, (especially your own) can be an overwhelming thing. We get that. It’s tricky to know where to start. If you’re like most people, life can get complicated and your time is limited. Like any new business effort, it takes a minute to understand where to use your time most effectively. It’s important to work hard and smart, rather than hard only.
At Shaklee, we’ve learned a few things over the past 50 years. We’ve learned what works, what doesn’t, and what is most important to focus on to get your business growing and thriving.
You might be wondering, “Who dreamed up this “3 & 10 Do It Again” concept anyway?” Simply put, Shaklee has “intellectual capital” that very few companies of our kind have. We really do. Just look at all the successful people in Shaklee. We picked up this mantra for success from them; no sense in reinventing the wheel.
Shaklee literally has generations and generations of consistently successful leaders that have allowed us to consult with them, probe, question … even interrogate (in a good way of course) so we can give our new independent distributors a few tips on the best way to build their businesses.
The 3 & 10 Do It Again concept is the result of the Shaklee home office asking field leaders one thing …
“What is the single most important thing a new business builder should focus on to grow their Shaklee business?”
Of course there are many ways to build a Shaklee business, but the majority of leaders agree on one thing…when you focus on attracting three business builders first, at least 10 product customers will emerge in the process.
So, if you don’t remember anything else remember “3 & 10 Do It Again.” It’s a powerful concept. It’s simple. When you have your dreams in sight, and you add a healthy dose of “3 & 10, Do It Again” … well, good things happen.