They Pick You

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One of the hardest things I had to come to grip with was that I don’t pick my team.  And neither do you.

You get to seek them, you get to invite them.  But they have to pick you.  Even more importantly, they have to pick themselves.

So don’t beat yourself up.  Model the behavior.  Make the invite.  Follow up.  And do enough of all this.

But stop waiting for that one person.  Stay busy and keep offering the opportunity.  And ultimately the right people will pick you.

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29 Comments on “They Pick You”

  1. Nam says:

    Sounds good to me Randy! Will keep planting seeds and attend events!

  2. I agree with Nam. I will continue to plant seeds, attend events, assist people as I go forward in reaching my goals, dreams.

  3. Raymond says:

    Raymond. June 17,2011 at 06:42 am

    I will have to keep myself busy ever than before in inviting,rather than beating myself up and frustrated.

    Thank You Randy.

  4. Great point Randy, we have to focus on being the person they will want to pick and then it will happen

  5. Monica says:

    OMG Randy you are a mind reader, this is EXACTLY what I needed to read today!!!


  6. GlennJ says:

    Outstanding philosophy, this.

  7. Paul Kemp says:

    That’s the way it works, Randy. You’d be foolish to drag them into your business even if you could.

  8. Lisa says:

    Thank you for saying that.

  9. rene says:

    Since I went to Eric Worre’s MasterMind Event I am no longer looking for distributors; I am creating opportunities for them to find me.

  10. samuel adesanya says:

    I wont look back again but increase the tempo of invitation,thank you Randy

  11. eletta says:

    …stop waiting for that person!!! RIGHT Rangy I agree it highly!
    Have a nice day.

  12. eletta says:

    ..sorry!!! RANDY!

  13. Magomed says:

    Super, thank you Randy

  14. Great point, Randy!! Thanks


  15. GUILLERMO says:


  16. Lea Sedan says:

    Hey Randy,

    Eric Worre said in one of his many videos”Talk to the people”,communicat them,so at lastthe right people will pick you.

  17. Bill says:

    Most people NEED to join my organization but I am looking for the associates that WANT to join my organization.

  18. Darlington says:

    Very profound philosophy RG. It’s so true that as i type this, i’m still thinking about it!

  19. Rhema Flowers says:

    Great insight. Even though you know that, you find yourself routing for individuals. Pick yourself, c’mon, pick you, pick you! :)

    Thank you for sharing!

  20. chris says:

    Sometimes you know what to do but you get sidetracked by frustration and you need to hear certain things at the right time. Thanks Randy!

  21. Gabesuarez says:

    OK. Sensei! Thanks. Gabe

  22. Ben says:

    Priceless lesson. Indeed, I needed it. Thanks a lot Randy.

  23. Hi, Randy.

    Great post! As network marketers it’s imperative to “keep moving forward” and be “consistently consistent”. This is and always will be a numbers game and the key is to connect with and identify your interested, qualified prospective partners as soon as possible and minimize your time and efforts spent on the so called “tire-kickers”. Have a great day!

  24. Merab Muligisa says:

    Hi Randy, Great post! I must develop myself further to suit what they have seen in me. You have made me feel great. The efforts of invitations are somehow bearing fruit. God bless you.

  25. Dino says:

    Your words are very true! Only sadly to say it’s not for everyone and you’re right about that five years. It will let you know it’s not for you as well…after a ton of money spent (close to 10,000) on a- z, but I enjoyed the meager sucess and people in that time. Good luck and work hard to those who are beginners. The concept of MLM is great…I wish people would believe in it.

  26. Dr Madhav Maithani says:

    comment is just what i needed to keep myself up

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