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  1. 1

    lisa

    Wait, you mean to say that NOT all the guests that come in everyday to sales centers nationwide are qualified?

  2. 2

    Rex

    Of course all sales guests are qualified; silly girl.

    Why just this very morning during our rousing sales meeting and while we were being screamed at told to tell our UPS that our club would enhance their marriage, that they’ll become more vibrant, that any illness they have will be cured and that they’ll surely live longer more invigorating and productive lives our SM also reminded us all that

    AN UP IS AN UP. EITHER YOU SELL THEM OR THEY SELL YOU!

  3. 3

    Barry

    People on the lower earnings’ end working for companies that don’t provide paid vacations are usually people who would also love to take vacations but simply can’t afford them so to answer the question; they are not good prospects.

    Same is true in our industry. To this day most developers’ don’t provide for paid vacation from work and sales peeps earning below 60-K per year, like our prospects’, can’t afford to vacation regularly let alone buy a TS.

  4. 4

    Paul

    “conflicting percentages”; and I just read some.

    The two that I came across: One said 32% of the US work force is comprised of adults earning at or above $75,000 per year.

    The second one said it was more like 50%.

    In either case, income qualifications for sales guests needs to be increased because there is no shortage of people making a good living.

  5. 5

    Cid

    I know what you’re talking about Rex.

    I currently work for a GREAT sales manager who does fantastic sales meetings and training but the last one we had was a real doozie!

  6. 6

    Anonymous

    Hi :-) love it

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