In this episode of Larsen Global’s USANA Podcast, Collette joins Ryan to talk about getting out of your business rut.
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Following is the sample letter that Collette refers to in the podcast. It is written for those who were once involved with USANA, and who now, for one reason or another, are no longer active. Please feel free to change this sample letter to meet your needs.
Second chances are hard to come by. I am writing to you and 24 other specific individuals with one clear intention. My partners and I met today to clarify our direction for the coming year. We are determined to find four individuals who want to team upwith us; individuals we believe have the potential to rise as leaders in USANA.
We know you were once involved with USANA; that you had a vision of where USANA could take you and that at one point you earned USANA income. We don’t know why you’re no longer active, but we believe it might be because you were left without leadership or direction. If that spark still burns, and if you’d like to partner with Larsen Global on a leg we will maximize this year, we want to hear from you.
If you are not interested in USANA or in working with us, do nothing. We will not continue to contact you. If you find this message intriguing we would like to personally visit with you about the details and possibilities. We will follow up with those that respond by May 1st on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you would like to discuss this further, please contact us by email at _____________ or directly by phone at _____________.