http://www.grnwealthmentors.com Ron Medlin email@example.com 14043173925/nGlobal Resorts Network atlanta is a fantastic way to generate a huge income online, but thats just part of the story. One of the biggest questions that I am asked when talking to people about Global Resorts Network is, "After I sign up with you what's the next step?: What a great question. That is really what's important./nIt doesn't matter if you are marketing Global Resorts Network or any business at all for that matter. Its extremely important that you have a road map a plan of attack. When you are first getting started with a new business you are trying to get to a place you have never been./nThink about it this way. Lets say that for examples sake that you live in FL and you need to go to Portland Oregon you have never been there before in your life. If you don't have a road map or directions you can probably get there it will probably just take you 4 times as long as if you did. Why would you do that? You wouldn't because it only takes a couple of minutes to get onto map quest print out directions and throw the map in your car and be on your way./nWhy don't most people think like that when they are starting there Global Resorts Network Business? Why don't more leaders sit down with there people and help them set up a road map and give them directions based on where they are looking to go? It just doesn't make any sense to me. If every time one of my members makes it to Portland I get thousands of dollars a month passive wouldn't I want them to get there as fast and as effort less as possible./nThis business is no different. You can probably make a lot of money with out a game plan, with out direction with out tracking your results. However its going to be a hell of a lot harder and take a hell of a lot longer? Why not take the path of least resistance?/nThis is a video of one of the game plans (road maps) that I put together with one of my new team members with Global Resorts Network. If you want to be successful in business. I strongly suggest that you too start outlining your goals, put together a game plan and help each of your new team members do the same./nSome may follow it some may not. However that is out of your control. It is however your responsibility put them on the right track, to point them in the right direction. Sometimes slow is fast and fast is slow. SLOW DOWN take the time to outline a entire game plan for your self and your team mates and go back periodically and make adjustments because some time the direction might change. You might see that bigger things are more possible than you might of thought at the beginning./nI suggest setting aside 2 hours for each new team mate to set up a game plan. Then take 15 minutes a month and get together with your active people and do a review of there game plan. I challenge you to test this. Look at your results now and try this for the next 3 months and look back at your results. I think you will be more than amazed. This is common sense.