Just got back from the 2012 SendOutCards convention in Las Vegas and one of the highlights for me was talking to Richard Brooke, who the last time I had met him was back in early
1990’s at the Upline Mastermind Event in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Here are just a few of the notes taken by Richard Brooke speech that night.
Richard Brooke said, “You are sitting on a goldmine with SendOutCards!”.
He sat down with 3 of our SM’s at the Skybar at Mandarin Oriental. He was asked, “What does it take to Blow it Up”?
He told them:
“If you’ll sponsor 100-150 people in the next 2 years (50-75 per year) and then let time take its course you’ll have a huge SOC income. Because we’re in Vegas, I’ll bet you $1000 that you won’t do it. If you do it, I’ll pay you $1000. If you don’t do it, you pay me $1000!!”
He later explained on Facebook in more detail: that if one did personally sponsor 75 a year for two years that within 4-5 years they ought to have a $100k a month business making the business worth $20M and each of the 150 you sponsor worth $133,333,333 in asset value.
Even if you stepped all over yourself with lousy leadership and only earned $10k a month each of them is worth $13,000 making each of the “invites” ( one new md out of ten invites) worth $1,300. Reframing….if SOC paid you $1,300 for everyone you invited to look at the program but you had to invite 2 a day or your were OUT, how many would you could you invite?
Here are the reasons why Richard believes that SendOutCards is the next
Billion $$$ Giant:
1. SendOutCards was founded on a vision of love.
2. SendOutCards has a visionary and committed leader whose actions match his story.
3. SendOutCards is a company over the hump, in the clear with nothing but upside. Most companies don’t survive their first 5 years.
4. SendOutCards has a product that makes everyone feel their deepest positive emotions just thinking about it.
5. SendOutCards has a comp plan that has proven to produce run rates of a billion dollars a year or more.
6. SendOutCards has the finest field leadership that any company owner could ever hope for.