If I could wave a magic wand right now, what would your ultimate Mary Kay goal be? What is your epitome of success in this business? WRITE IT DOWN!
Who wrote down Sales Director and above? WRITE DOWN YOUR UNIT NAME!
You must have a vision.
A leader who has a mission gets there faster.
Does the vision make the leader or does the leader make the vision? MK had the vision first.
You need a vision to share with customers, prospects, and team so people will want to follow you.
4 Vision Levels
1. Never see it – “wanderers” Good customers who never become consultants
2. See it, never go for it – “followers” Personal use consultants
3. See it and go for it – “achievers” Perpetual Court of Sales, never recruiting
4. See it, go for it, help others see it – “leaders” Developing offspring, Nationals
Share your vision with you prospects and team. Even at classes. Directors….whatever your goal is your entire unit needs to be introducing themselves with your unit goal.
“I’m Angela Foreman and I am so excited to be here to share Mary Kay with you and represent my unit that is earning their first Pink Cadillac!”
Increases awareness of my vision and I keep pursuing it.
Leaders can’t take others farther than they’ve gone themselves.
Do the right thing and set a good example.
In your vision…what you see is what you will get.
Losers focus on barely making the minimums.
How to win BIG – be successful with significance, focus on other people.
Visions start in your heart.
Dreams are the children of your soul – BIRTH THEM!
Leaders get the vision and then find the people. Don’t bring down your vision to meet the quality of performance you have today. Increase the quality of your performance to match your vision.
Credibility of vision is determined by leader.
Vision gives you more belief in yourself.
Visions need to be owned by the leader and by their people.
Have, believe and share your vision.
Remove all limitations.
There is nothing I am capable of wanting or desiring that I’m not capable of achieving.
Write your vision in the present tense. Describe the people – the customers, the consultants, the Directors.
Read “The Dream Giver” by Bruce Wilkinson