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Saturday, April 9, 2016

Saturday April 9, 2016 - Value of Having An Army of Volunteers

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Click Here to Listen to David Jones be interview by Vance. "If there’s anyone who can see the impact of exposing the body to what’s good and what’s bad, it would be a Physical Trainer. David Jones discovered Nikken could be a compliment to what he was already doing to improve the well-being of others. He had no idea that it would take him down the wellness journey that he’s been on.

From simple energy tests to a more intensive physical re-boot, David has seen the power of Nikken products first hand on several people. His arsenal of stories is fantastic and some of the simple ways he utilizes our products will leave you dumb founded."

Click Here to Listen to the Announcements and Training Discussion Session.

"The call starts at 7:00 am (PDT) and the number to dial is 218-548-1536 code 1536#.

If you miss the call live or simply want to listen to it via your computer or I-phone at a different time, check out the recordings at: Scroll down to see each call by guest/date & click on the bold red title. Once it’s playing, you can copy and paste the link right into an email for a friend who couldn't join us live."

Vance's Tip of the Week

"April 7th, 2016

Army of Volunteers

I learned this term from my dads cousin a few years ago. Over Vietnamese soup one day, he compared the similarities of working in Nikken with serving at his local Rotary group. ‘We’re all volunteers because none of us have signed a wage contract guaranteeing that we’re gonna get paid a set amount’, he said. ‘Working with my Nikken group is almost the same as working with my Rotary group. No one is guaranteed anything so it’s more like serving’.

I couldn’t agree with him more.

Now we all know that when we introduce someone to the Waterfall we can instantly generate $50 from a Customer sale. This takes the volunteerism out of the equation. What puts it right back in is when we expect people to share our enthusiasm for Nikken at the same level we do.

I think the biggest key to not being bogged down while sharing Nikken is to keep the ball rolling. As long as we keep adjusting our goals and registering more Customers, then we won’t necessarily be dependent on the activity of others. We can build an army, but we must remember that they are volunteers and may not share our passion. But then again, if we expose them to the same things that get us fired up, it could very well be contagious. And what better way to build an army than be serving.


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