You, my friendly neighborhood PlanNet Rep, are POWERFUL! Every word that you say, type, post, blog, vlog, and chat (you get the point) is a representation and extension of PlanNet Marketing.

When you’re sharing your personal opinions and feelings on your social media feed one minute, and sharing an upcoming PlanNet Marketing Business Opportunity meeting the next minute – people associate your opinions and statements with PlanNet Marketing. Is that a good thing? Or a bad thing? Depending on how you’re representin’ it could be a scary thing, a dangerous thing.

When you have a prospect who decides they aren’t interested in enrolling as a Rep nor purchasing an ITA – how do you respond? Do you wish them well and let them know you’ll still be waiting with open arms if they ever change their mind? Or do you tell them they don’t matter ‘cuz you got bigger and better places to go and people to see?!  You said WHAT?!

This month is all about growth – Project 20,000! Every person you meet or encounter while doing PlanNet-related business should walk away from you talking about how professional you are, and they should be amazed at your level of integrity. We don’t want people talking about the nonsense PlanNet Reps are posting on Facebook or the profanity always popping out of their mouths.
You can attend every meeting, participate in every phone call, follow the PS3 system ‘til you’re blue in the face – but if you are rude and unprofessional, you will never come out on top.
Show respect. Be kind. Make people WONDER at your friendliness. They’ll have no choice but to keep coming back to you for your encouragement and support.
PlanNet Marketing prides itself on the quality and character of our Reps – make me proud ya’ll.
-- Policies and Procedures Section 1.1  located in your Virtual Office in the Information Center (go to Resources, then Policies and Procedures).
~Amanda Restivo, Vice President, Compliance --