Business For Home

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Randy Donahue

APL GO (United States)

Since: September 3, 2020

Business For Home defines a leader and a professional networker in Direct Sales as follows:

"A leader and professional networker is the one who has the ability to guide and at the same time is able to motivate team members, inspire respect and confidence and explain the power of the compensation plan".

But they should also have:

  • Effective communication: They must transmit the needed information suitably. It’s fundamental for leading.
  • Vision: A leader needs to have a vision, which means not only thinking in a short term, but trying to see a bigger picture.
  • Balance: Give importance to team members’ opinions.
  • Art of Feedback: In order to produce good feedback it’s important to keep it impartial and objective. Criticism must bring solutions and improvement.
★★★★★ (5 out of 5 stars based on 1 review)
Curry Russell2021-06-15 00:28:19
★★★★★

APLGO is hands down the most incredible opportunity! With a compensation plant that pays 10% on 6 generations on the unilevel and 30% on the binary… It is incredible seeing the effects the products have had on my life and our families lives! Our kids have not needed an allergy pill in a year thanks to APLGO! I am absolutely thrilled to be part of this company! If you've not taken a look, You should absolutely reach out to any of the recommended distributors and have a one on one conversation! Now is the best time to get involved.

👉9 year old company
👉 just launching in the US and Canada
👉 Unique products, one-of a-kind, first to market 🍬🍬🍬
👉 over 50k testimonies
👉 a 500 page science guide for credibility and reference
👉15 ways to get paid, $.63 cents on every dollar into field compensation plan
👉 already earned 2 cruises, and heading to Panama in August-
All in just 10 short months
NO WONDER PEOPLE ARE FLOCKING TO OUR EVENTS AND OUR OPPORTUNITY!

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