The first week is Target Week. You pick a target from the lowest tip receivers, or someone you never tipped before, and provide them with a tip the following week.
This is the wonderful Fiver Week. You bring a guest, you get $5. No guest, you pay $5. To add to the excitement, it is also the time to provide your Target from the week before a tip. No tip costs you a buck, have a tip, you get a buck.
It’s the incredible Twofer Time! That’s right, you give two tips, you get $2. If you don’t, it costs you $2. And you thought all this was just for fun.
To add to the enjoyment, it is also Visitation Day. You get to give a commercial for the member you visited. If you fail to visit the assigned member, you must make the walk of shame and pay that member $10.
It’s now time to dig into your client and family lists. This is the astounding Outside Tip Week. This tip has to be for a party other than yourself or your firm. No tip costs you a buck, have a tip, you get a buck.
This is Best Tip Week. The Best Tip will be about the quality of the tip you received, whether or not you did business, and how you were received.
Visitation for May 16th.
Why does LeTip require you to visit your fellow members?
To build trust, awareness and confidence. As a member of their sales force, the opportunity to visit with another member at their place of business will allow you to increase your tips to them.
When you give your visitation report, what’s expected of you?
To give a commercial for the member you visited. The commercial should include their name, business name and what a great tip for them would be.
How do you find out what a great tip for them is?
Here are some great questions for your LeTip visitation:
Why did you get into this business?
Who are your ideal clients?
Why would my customers, friends or family want to d business with you?
Who’s your competition? Why are you a better choice?