Good Network Habits Lead to More Split Placements

I’ll soon be sharing a series of blog posts about how to approach Network membership in the optimum way so that you can enjoy more success.

These blog posts (and that success) revolve around what are known as The 5 Stages of a Networker in Top Echelon’s recruiting network. Knowing what the stages are and identifying the stage in which you’re currently in can help you leverage your Network membership to a greater degree.

Good Habits = More Network Success

At the root of this endeavor is the belief that good habits within Top Echelon will invariably lead to more Network success.

Why is this? We’ve found that good networking habits lead to higher dollar revenues.

I want you to achieve the highest financial rewards that can be gained by networking. To do so, you need to recognize the stages through which you must evolve. Of course, the speed at which you progress through these stages is your decision.

To give you a visual representation of this process, we’re using the familiar growth and development of a tree, as it grows from a single seed to a full, fruit-bearing tree.

You could compare this to the growth of a networker who just has the idea that networking can work (the seeds of thought) and develops into a networker who has significantly increased their income by making more split placements (the fruits of their efforts).

Developing Like a Strong Tree

That being said, a networker develops through five stages, which we could compare to a tree’s stages of development:

1st Stage — Planting the seeds of networking
2nd Stage — Sending out roots
3rd Stage — Branching out in the Network
4th Stage — Growing strong and healthy
5th Stage — Bearing fruit

Be sure to keep an eye out for this upcoming series of posts in The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog. In the meantime, think about the stage in which you might currently reside and what you’ll have to do in order to “move up the ranks.”

If you have any questions about your membership or about how you can enjoy more success in our recruiter network, please contact me.

You can do so by calling 330.595.1742 or by sending an email to

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