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Qualities of a Good Leader

Qualities of a Good Leader

Qualities of a Good Leader

These are the qualities of a good leader. These qualities are all equal in importance. A good leader must excel in all of these areas before they can be deemed worthy of the title.

I personally however, believe that there is one that stands a bit above the rest. I believe the pinnacle of ones leadership quality is communication.

If you think about it, if you don't have communication none of the rest of your qualities mean anything at all.

If you don't communicate you can't inspire, give your team recognition or any of the traits you see above.

You must stop and realize that your job does not stop soon as your lead becomes your sign-up that's when your job really starts!

Over the years I can't tell you how many times I have talk to people that were someone's down line and they will tell me, "I have never even spoke with my sponsor."

Qualities of a Good Leader

There have even been a couple that have told me that the sponsor chased them around everywhere to get them to sign up, they finely did then...

The sponsor never contacted them again, even with them (the sign-up) emailing and trying to contact them.)!

You see...

Getting an email saying, "Congratulations you just had a sign up!" Does not make you successful.

However getting a call or email from a sign up saying,

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DOES!

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Susan J Boston

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  • Excellent article Susan.  I totally agree with you here.  Liked and Shared. It's very frustrating....

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    Hi Judy,

    Thank you so much for the comment :)

    Susan

  • Great Susan. 

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    Hi Sandy,

    Thank you that means a lot to me.

    Susan :)

  • Hi Susan, this is a good article. I have liked and shared so more can see it.

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    Hi Merle,

    Yes, it happens really more than you might think. There are times that the sponsor might have already dumped that program but many times it is just the sponsor hasn't been trained right.

    I am so happy to hear you hung in there and I know that you will continue to grow and do fantastic things.

    Thank you for your comment,

    Susan

  • You are so right Susan.  I joined a number of opportunities going back to 2002 and after 10 years wondered why I never made any money.  No-one contacted me or told me what to do !!  Bearing in mind at that time I only knew how to turn a computer on and type LOL  Things have been so different over the last couple of years.  Thanks for sharing.

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    Yep, there ya go :) (thumbs up)! I agree with you Kat!

  • Yes, you pay money to earn more money and then sometimes get that treatment.  Another thing that has happens sometimes is a person signs you up and then they harp and harp on  you to hurry and bring in more members....literally nagging you  almost every day  and yet they give no support and no help.  They then act like you are stupid if you have not brought in tons of members.  LOL So many people need to learn the basics and if they are nagged but do not know how to sponsor members they have lost their money.   

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    Hi Kat,

    Exactly, there is nothing more irritating than when someone does this to you and if you are working in a business then it really does ruin your rep. and fast! I can't tell you how many times people have told me this and wanted to join with me instead but I have an issue with down line integrity and would not want to break that you know? So I just try and help them best I can.

    Thanks for your comment :)

    Susan

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