The purpose of this blog post is not to get into a deeply philosophical discussion. In fact, I’m not even going to discuss the first group that much. Instead, I plan to focus on the second group, namely because it seems as though these types of people are rather representative of the Top Producers in Top Echelon Network.
They make things happen. They search the Split Databases. They reach out to other Preferred Member recruiters. And they attend Top Echelon Network events such as the upcoming 2012 National Convention. Speaking of which, the convention is scheduled for Thursday, March 22, through Saturday, March 24, at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tenn.
To further illustrate my point, click here to see the recruiters who have already registered for the National Convention.
Notice anything? I’d be willing to bet that many of the names you see listed are also among the Top Producers in the Network. Actually, I know they are. I did the comparison myself. And a couple of the recruiters who look as though they’re having limited success within the Network are making a boatload of money using the services provided by Top Echelon Contracting, the recruiter’s back-office solution.
So why are these people attending the convention? You’d think that if anybody could stay home, it would be these people, right? They’re already making money using Top Echelon’s tools and services—what more do they have to learn?
Actually, the question that should be asked is this: what do they know about the Network that you might not?
The answer to that question, of course, is a rather open-ended one. However, it appears as though one thing these recruiters do know is how to do is make things happen. They’re “taking the bull by the horns,” so to speak, and putting into motion a series of events that they believe will lead to more production, more revenue, and more profits for their firm.
And why shouldn’t they believe that? After all, it’s worked for them before on countless occasions.
That’s why we’re inviting you to join us in Nashville in two months for the convention. Meet new recruiters, talk about important recruiting topics, share ideas and information, and most of all, MAKE something happen!
At Top Echelon, we like to mix things up. The reason we like to mix things up is because that makes things happen—and making things happen usually leads to more business. That’s exactly what we want for you as a Preferred Member recruiter in Top Echelon Network.
Early Bird Registration for the convention is over at the end of the business day on Friday, February 10. Between now and then, you can sign up at the low price of just $399 per person.
Join us in Nashville. Make it happen. You won’t regret it.
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