What’s a new team mate to do?

Let’s say that you are new to this fun, crazy, inspiring, loving group of leaders called the Team and you became part of an opportunity called LIFE. Now what? Simple:

1. Read – Start with “The business of LIFE” in pack 1. If you’ve read it, ask the person you’re working with; What next?

2. Listen – Start with the 2 CDs in pack 1. If you’ve listened to them, ask the person you’re working with for pack 2.

3. Associate – Start with Tuesday night open/challenge group and meet your team mates!

For the record: We now have a business that pays us to read, listen and associate! Prior to LIFE, that was unheard of! If you want to make more money, get with the person you’re working with and ask them; How do I make sure I am being compensated in all 3 areas of education?

Want to make more money faster? Listen to the Team training system CDs and read the Team Builders Textbook. As you do that, let the person you’re working with guide you through the “5-step pattern” and be the best student you can possibly be. That will put you on the fast track for getting the life you’ve always wanted!

It’s that simple.

Sincerely,

John Graff

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7 comments on “What’s a new team mate to do?

  1. rjfisher1 says:

    Nice! Short, sweet and to the point – the best way to get the life you’ve always wanted!

  2. Thanks for the overview John. Is there anywhere I could learn more about these steps to living the life you’ve always wanted?

  3. John I love how short and to the point you made this post! You break it down so well for a new person! God Bless you and Penny on your journey! See you on the roads!

  4. Kevin Hamm says:

    Hey John,

    Just stop by to see what you had to say and that was a great post that exemplified “clear and concise”. Thanks for your great example.

    Kevin Hamm

  5. David says:

    I’ve always really appreciated clear, concise, simple and to the point instruction manuals. After reading your post, I sat back, smiled and am reminded how clear and concise some challenging instruction ideas can be made. Thanks John.

    David

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