Tuesday, November 3, 2015

5 Powerful Tips For Building A USANA Business In Indonesia


What you need to know before you start your USANA business in Indonesia.





Tip #1
  • Essentials - Mega Antioxidant & Chelated Minerals supplements 
  • Procosa - Joint health supplement. 
  • Proflavanol C - Vitamin C supplement
  • BiOmega - Fish Oil supplement
  • CoQuinone 30 - Coenzyme Q10
  • Visionex - Eye Health supplement
  • Active Calcium - Balanced levels of calcium, magnesium and vitamin D
  • Active Calcium Chewable - Active Calcium in chewable form
    

Tip #2
USANA Compensation Plan 

The compensation plan is quite simply…how you generate income with USANA.

USANA compensation plan pays on sales volume. So when product is ordered from a new customer, retail sale, your downline, or part of a new order from a new team member, you get paid on that volume.

So it doesn’t matter who orders product, customer or distributor, you get paid the same for the sale volume generated. This enables you to build a solid customer base as your foundation and get leverage by recruiting associates.

Commissions are paid in Commission Volume Points, which are then converted to your local currency. This allows you to build your USANA business in Indonesia and get paid without worrying about the conversion.

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  1. Uganda 
  2. Thailand
  3. Brazil
  4. Cameroon
  5. Vietnam
  6. Angola
  7. Jamaica
  8. Botswana
  9. Chile
  10. Philippines
  11. China
  12. Indonesia
  13. Ecuador
  14. Burkina Faso
  15. Guatemala   


Tip #3
Level of training and support

Of all the components, training is where you have the most control over when starting your USANA business.

You can’t change the compensation plan or tell USANA what products to manufacture, however, you can make sure you’re in position to receive the best training and support.

Something that is a significant part of the training and support is a good mentor. The right mentor will train you, assist with future team members and hold you accountable. 

Here’s what you need to look for:
  • It can be easily duplicated so you can train others to do the same thing.
  • The training includes communication skills. If your mentor tells you to “just go out and talk to people”, that should be a red flag.
  • Training should be available using a variety of ways such as webinars, YouTube videos, Skype and podcasts.
  • To make the most of down time, it should be accessible via iPad, Smartphone or tablet. 
Make sure you’re on a team that offers cutting edge training.


Tip #4
Contact and Leads

Contacts and leads are the lifeblood of your business. You want to work with leaders with actual experience generating leads and not “gurus” that are all hype. 

  • Know your target audience.
  • Generate leads efficiently and get the most out of your money.
  • Have a business plan.
  • Be in control 100% of the marketing.
  • Have a system that tracks your contacts/leads for consistent follow-up.


Tip #5
Benefits

  • You are able work it anywhere or any way you want.
  • You can chose to will your business to your children. 
  • You can expand your business globally.  

One of the amazing benefits to me is that there is no education requirements to have your own business. A solid training system and personal development will provide you with the necessary education and skills to run your USANA business.


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