May Reliv Contest

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Helping others bring out their best is what Reliv is all about. In May, we challenged you to offer your best piece of advice for someone just starting their Reliv business.

Should they set specific goals, try new products or make lists?

Here are the winning responses!

Be honestly interested in your customer/distributor’s best interests. Whomever you’re dealing with, make it a genuine connection, even if you’re “just” sharing your story.
-Bobbi Killinger 

DON’T do it alone! USE your upline!
-Rosanna Heatwole 

Like an American Express card, don’t leave home without your sponsor. So whether it’s in person or over the phone, use that connection every day!
-Dee Ann Lucks 

Make calls every day! Connect someone to your upline or a story every day! Make it happen! Make it a habit! Make calls!
-Deborah Williams 

Set and write down daily, weekly and monthly goals! Don’t be afraid to ask for help on how to reach them either!
-Roger Rodriguez  (@rgrrabbit1 on Twitter)

Talk to everyone. Exchange numbers. Listen for a need and the desire to do something about it. Get them stories. Listen.
-Peggy Liedtke

Believe in yourself and your ability to make a difference. Don’t let anyone stop you from helping change people’s lives, one life at a time.
-Judy Friend

You have questions, doubts, just ask your upline! Your upline is the key!
-Anne Gutierrez 

Prizes are a reward for what you would do anyway. Sponsor incredibly wide. Lead by example. Always try for a Dr. Ted award each month.
-Betty Blazic 

Find someone who knows more than you, who is achieving what it is you want to achieve, and make yourself their shadow for 90 days.
-Sherka Dougherty

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