MLM Scripts: 30 Network Marketing Recruiting Questions


30 Network Marketing Recruiting Questions… FREE for the Taking!

 

network marketing recruitingYou wanted em, you got em! In this post are 30 network marketing recruiting questions to empower your MLM sponsoring. I have found that great recruiters ask great questions. These are questions I have used to recruit a lot of people and now you can have them for free. :)

Why Questions Boost Your Network Marketing Recruiting

One of the reasons people struggle with Network Marketing Recruiting is they think it is about selling someone a kit or package when the essence of network marketing recruiting is about finding positive minded people that want more in their life. How do you find out if people want more? You ask them the right questions.

How to use these MLM Scripts

You may want to print this blog post out and if you have a team, share this blog with them. Having these questions close to your computer when you are talking to prospects on the phone is a good idea as if you ever get tongue tied or are at a loss of words, one of these well placed questions will get you out of there and get the prospect talking.

Here you go! 30 Network Marketing Recruiting Questions!

  1. Would you be open to a side project that didn’t interfere with what you are currently doing?

  2. Would you be open to exploring another avenue of making income part time?
  3. What has recently changed in your life that has you open to a home business?
  4. Ever wonder if there was a way to make money on Facebook?
  5. Ever get the feeling you were meant to do something great?
  6. If you had the money, would you jump at this opportunity?
  7. I know you don’t know but if you did know, what would you really like to have in life?
  8. How long will you have to continue working that many hours?
  9. Ever wish you could travel more?

10. Ever think about how you would like to spend more time with your family?

11. If someone were willing to show you how to make money from home, would you be coachable?

12. Did you know there are ways to create income that flow into your bank account whether you roll out of bed of over in bed?

13. If you had a magic wand, what would your perfect job be?

14. If you had a magic wand, what would your perfect life be like?

15. When you said you wanted to spend more time with your family, were you serious about that?

16. Do you keep your options open when it comes to making extra money?

17. Know anyone that has been affected by the economy that might be open to making some extra money?

18. I am looking for a good financial planner/realtor/whatever to work with in the home business I am doing part time, do you know any?

19. Do you like helping other people and would you be interested in getting paid to do so?

20. Do you see yourself doing what you are doing 20 years from now?

21. Have you found what you are looking for that will provide ultimate freedom for you and your family?

22. If money was not an issue, what would you do for fun?

23. If money was not an issue, how would you help people?

24. What is it you would like to see in a home business?

25. What do you like about what you are currently doing?

26. What would you like to change about your current situation?

27. What challenges have you faced in the past?

28. What are your goals for this year? Why?

29. What made you join a home business in the past?

30. What did you hope to get out of your last home biz that you didn’t get?

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Which of these Network Marketing Recruiting questions have you used? Which one was your favorite?

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  1. says

    Excellent List Ray,

    Your list focuses on finding out what people want, desire, need or the problems they have, not on trying to sell them something.

    You’ve got this down to a fine science.

    Thanks for the info.

  2. says

    Great post Ray! You always provide such valuable information that we can use right away! It’s nice to have a list to help us “get it”. Thanks!

  3. Murray says

    Top notch. You continue to bring it. I can’t think of anyone who has such consistently solid tips and advice. Thanks!

  4. says

    Great list, Ray. One extremely efficient alternative (can be done at 3am even) is to research people online, armed with the above questions. Thanks to blogging, articles, videos, and social media platforms, it’s amazing how easy it is to simply UNCOVER PEOPLE who have already answered many of these questions, and are basically telling you they NEED what you have. So go get em!

  5. says

    I’ve used the “Do you see yourself doing what you are doing 20 years from now? script before and it works great at opening a dialog about why they don’t like what their currently doing. The reality is most people are not happy or fulfilled with what they’re currently doing and this one can open them up to share their pain.

    I prefer to open up with a time constraint like, “Excuse me, I only have a few seconds but I need another persons (a females, a younger persons, an older persons, etc.) opinion on something real quick. My friend and I were just having a discussion about…

    A good segue into most of these questions is, ” My friend and I were just having a discussion about____________and I was wondering if I could get your opinion. Or “I think we need a female’s (or male’s or another persons) opinion.

    Another segue may be “I’m working on a study and/or taking inventory of ” What people like about what they are currently doing” and/or “If money was not an issue, what would people would do for fun?”. What do you like (dislike) about what you’re currently doing? And “What would you do for fun if money wasn’t an issue?”

    I always try to use the time constraint so the people don’t think you’re going to be invading their space for too long. Works like a charm 😀

  6. says

    Hey, Ray, you must have been reading my mind. I was just reviewing your Master Mind Course on Sponsoring when this email popped up in my Inbox…..many thanks, Rsy…..John C Cole

  7. says

    Great ideas, Shane, thanks for sharing…I’ll be incorporating your approach into my prospecting adventures….sounds like a great way to approach total strangers(and other people too)…..John

  8. says

    Awesome Post Ray!!! Was once told that it is not about having all the right answers, but asking all the right questions. is that good advise?

  9. Melinda Caldwell says

    I am starting to ask a lot more questions in my business, learning what words to say and not to say as well. I'm learning how asking more questions is so powerful. It's funny because I'm also learning how to just shut up! I wish that I would have learned more of this a long time ago. Thanks a lot for this great post and giving me even more ammunition to use in my business and share with my team!

  10. says

    Great questions! Taking a true interest in others and their dream and beliefs and helping them achieve is what life and success is really about. By investing in others and building strong, true relationships that are not focused on getting something will always yield benefits greater than ever imagined. Just my two sense, yes I meant to say sense. Have a wonderful weekend unless you are planning otherwise.
    Happily,
    Margaret

  11. says

    Great post, Ray. I’ve learned to start asking a lot more questions when prospecting for my home business. I’ve learned what words to say and what words not to say as well. Asking the right questions is so powerful. It’s also important to know when to shut up. I wish I had learned this a long time ago :-)

    Thanks for sharing these tips, Ray!

  12. says

    Definitely sister, it's nice they way Ray out's this list together in the way he does. It saves you a lot of time in thinking about what NOT to say… -The Hip Hop Marketer

  13. says

    These are all great questions, Ray. You simply need to ask the person questions, listen to their answer, and try to qualify or disqualify them as quickly as possible. Don’t try to sell, convince or pressure. Have posture, listen and ask questions. It is that easy.

    Chuck

  14. says

    Asking questions and really listening makes this industry so easy. People pitch you with their answers and tell you why they should join.
    Keep on posting always great value.
    Maverick

  15. April Eichhorn O'Leary says

    Asking questions is always a great way to understand how you can help. Great list Ray Higdon!

  16. Romil Pelayo says

    I used no.1 a lot but no. 19 is gonna be my new favorite…lol.

    All of these questions are great, I’ll switch it around! I have learned so much from you and Jessica.

    Thanks Mr. Higdon

    Rom

  17. says

    Hey Ray. Some good ideas there. I like the script on do you see yourself doing what you are currently doing for the next 20 years for 2 reasons. 1 do you not have any bigger dreams and 2, will that job still be around in 20 years.

    But prob the best is would you be interested on making an extra part time income if it didn’t interfere with what you are currently doing.

    Thanks for sharing

  18. Soraya Nashir says

    Thanks Ray..I have used some of these questions and they do set them.thinking on the possibilities.

  19. says

    Thank you Ray . Asking good questions like these allow us to learn more about the prospect, about his need and why he needs to start a home based business. Pre-qualification is the key and these key questions help a lot. Thank you again.

  20. Lori Ware O'Maille says

    Thanks for sharing Ray! Just shared with our team of over 2000 people! Hope and pray that you and Jessica have a blessed day!!!!! XXXXXOOOOO

  21. says

    What a great range of questions covering so many dufferent situations. I have used No's 1,2 and 16 so far. I have found that these spark the interest of many. They prick their ears up at the mention of extra income.Thanks Ray. As usual, you give great advice.

  22. Eleni Mahagwe says

    Thank you Ray, reading the 30 questions is like I was actualy being asked these question there bye had to answer them as I went through at the same time broadening my understanding to the home business. Gained a lot and found it to be of great help.

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