Recruiting can be a scary word, especially if you’re in the Direct Selling industry. You’ve probably heard it countless times, but let’s be honest, it’s still not the most comfortable topic. Fear of rejection, lack of authority and the daunting task of convincing people to join your dream can make recruiting feel like an insurmountable challenge.
But what if I told you there’s a way to overcome these fears and become a recruiting master? Welcome back to our podcast, repeat guest, the amazing Christine Tylee! She’s not only a million-dollar achiever for over a decade but also a Harvard and Yale graduate, where she studied positive psychology.
Christine’s got a story to share that will inspire you to overcome any fears you have about recruiting.. And more! She’s going to dish out some valuable tips on how to master this essential skill so you can grow your Direct Selling business with ease, and let us in on how the valuable lessons we learn through our business can also have huge positive impacts on our everyday lives!
I know you’re going to love hearing from Christine as much as I do. Get ready to tune in for an exciting and engaging conversation that will transform the way you think.
We’ll be talking about:
➡ [0:00] Introduction
➡ [3:43] Second time around
➡ [5:54] Getting to know Christine Tylee
➡ [13:25] Proving everyone wrong
➡ [15:00] Having self determination
➡ [19:19] Common recruiting mistakes
➡ [22:54] Share your stories
➡ [25:46] Get the motivating factor
➡ [31:40] Hints and tips for people just starting out
➡ [35:47] Using old school tools
➡ [39:30] Using technology to better recruit
➡ [43.45] Top 3 tips to build bigger, better teams
➡ [46:31] Score Christine’s book
➡ [47:38] Christine’s favourite book
➡ [49:42] Christine’s dream superpower
➡ [50:35] Christines’ favourite quote
➡ [50:58] Christine’s advice to her past self
➡ [51:07] Final thoughts
➡ Growing Your Direct Sales Team by Christine Tylee: https://linktr.ee/christinetylee?fbclid=IwAR0pA8CQBxBtuAQcyov65c8WlxZdp2xrnIFzORklsxcA51LzYF_uAG01KSY
➡ Christine Tylee previous episode: https://youtu.be/Hd4HggzGGYw
➡168 Hours by Laura Vanderkam: https://bit.ly/3UAQ5Sv
➡5am club by Robin Sharma : https://bit.ly/413K9UD
About our Guest:
Christine Tylee is an award-winning leader and has been in the Direct Selling industry for 19 years with a 20+ million dollar global organization. Being the founder of Direct Sales Inspiration, she loves helping people in the industry achieve bold, daring dreams. Christine uses her experience in the industry with a Masters Degree in Education and recent certifications in Positive Psychology, through Positive Prime and courses through Harvard and Yale to teach others to be wildly successful Direct Sellers!
Her powerful story starts from when her 6 year old daughter was diagnosed with acute leukemia. From then on, she took advantage of the industry’s flexible hours. Christine brought her work to her daughter’s hospital room, keeping the business going, providing income for their needs, and being with her little one.
Christine is proud to have been awarded with the Direct Sales Association Distributor of the Year in 2019. She is also the first person to achieve the top career-plan rank in her company in Australia. She’s also been in the prestigious ‘Million Dollar Club’ for over a decade.
Connect with Christine:
➡ Christine Tylee LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christine-tylee-8a4b9a2/?originalSubdomain=au
➡ Christine Tylee Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TBSAHChristineTylee/
➡ Christine Tylee website: https://directsalesinspiration.com
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