Have you thought about Prospecting Older People in Network Marketing?
Consider this example when talking about prospecting Older People
ALONG the coast of California, U.S.A. is one of the world’s most photographed trees. It is known as the Lone Cypress. Reportedly, this tree is over 250 years old. Noted for its endurance, this beautiful tree has received attention in several ways. For instance, it has been fortified with supportive cables, and with stonework around its base.
If a mere cypress tree is noted for endurance and is fortified with stonework, and cables, how much more do the older people among us deserve to be recognized and treated with dignity and honor! Now, for prospecting older people, how do you recognize them to start a perfect business venture?
Did you know that the U.S. government considers someone “older” when he or she is 40 or over? So says the Age Discrimination in Employment Act. You can join the AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) at age 50. U.S. Social Security starts at 62 and 65.
Whichever age you take to mean them, take this note when prospecting older people:
What’s the largest growing demographic segment of the population worldwide? People over 65. The first of the famous Baby Boomers — all those post-WW II products of procreation that number in the millions or more in America alone — are now over 60.
Add up the downsizing (and capsizing) of corporations around the globe- who have found relief and instant profits by letting go the older people, higher-paid and more-expensively-benefited workers. The failures and inadequacies of, Social Security and Superannuation (SS Australia). The fact, quoted by Clinton advisor David Grogan, that this group of “older people” isn’t valuable just because it’s so big, but is all the more important because of its “vitality and outlook”. What smart Networkers have, is a huge pool of available, experienced talent needing, and wanting a perfect opportunity such as Network Marketing Sales. Here one can use the opportunity of prospecting older people for the business and can leave the rat race behind.
If you’re one of those smart-working Networking prospectors, especially with health, security, personal-care, or other related products, you might want to contact organizations that offer information on recruiting, managing and training “older workers.” Remember that the people in many cases have years of experience, and may be looking for opportunities to make effective use of that experience in their old age. So, it’s profitable in prospecting older people to become a founding member for the business.
Remember it when prospecting older people in network marketing that they are among us and they deserve to be recognized and treated with dignity and honor!