It’s day 5 of the new year and I’m just getting back into the blogging groove. After taking New Year’s Day off, the past four days were spent catching up on the massive holiday backlog, scheduled appointments made in 2016, and welcoming aboard new members to our O2 Worldwide team. I’d like to wish all my readers and O2 Worldwide team a very happy and prosperous year ahead.
Before I dive deep on January’s O2 corporate update, I’d just like to spend a few minutes to bring to you up to speed on my own O2 Worldwide business endeavors which have already got off to a cracking start in 2017.
O2 Drops retail sales are being VERY buoyant, and the number of sign-ups looking to make extra income with their own side hustle is increasing.
It’s a busy time right now! If I had made any New Year’s Resolutions, then I’m sure the one about more early nights would have been broken already! Lol
But the amazing thing is, one big swig of O2 drops before bed soon has me in dreamland within minutes of my head hitting the pillow. Even when burning the midnight oil, I wake up feeling amazing after having slept so well. O2 drops are amazing when you get the dosage right for yourself.
On the biz side… I’m currently doing my first 16 day blitz of the year!
I’m pushing myself out of my comfort zone to achieve rank goals, and to look for more leaders to help expand my O2 Europe team — great things are coming to EU on the company end, so I hear… but for now, I will keep schtum on the insider secrets!!
So, I’ve no time to dilly-dally, procrastinate, worry about fears or make excuses for my own failings during 2016. I am laser focused, giving things maximum effort during the network marketing industry’s busiest period of the year.
But it’s definitely not unusual being swamped with more leads than I can possibly deal with at this time of the year, especially having laid the foundations for an outstanding 2017 in the weeks leading up to Christmas.
What’s more, being out there blogging and on the interwebs, I receive many cross line customers messages all asking product questions. If their sponsor was doing a proper job and not neglecting their product user, then those people would not have to search Google.
My advice to those reps take better care of business and your customers, or else, they’ll end up as my O2 customers through good relationship building. The topic of neglecting product users was kind of covered in “Tip #3 – Never Assume” of my guest blogger post: 10 Steps To Build A Rock-Solid Network Marketing Team .
Okay, that’s enough of me bleating on, let’s get onto what you’re here for…