When You Should Stop Following Up With Your Prospects

As you are building your business, you probably have heard that the fortune is in the follow-up. In this article, I am going to talk to you about when you should stop following up with your prospects.

As you are working as a network marketing professional, you have most likely reaped the benefits of following up with the people in your pipeline. People that have known you for a while and trust you are more likely to do business with you. While you understand the importance of following up with people, you probably do not want to be an annoyance either.

Perfecting the Art of Follow-up

Your prospects shouldn’t know that you are calling them to purposefully follow-up with them. When you follow-up you should call to touch base and see what’s going on in their lives. While the conversation is going, they will most likely ask you questions related to your business and life. This is unless, of course, you have already set a follow-up time and are calling about a specific matter of business.

We all want to feel important and special and when you think of people as more than money or numbers, you are going to see much better results. This all starts with your mindset and vision.


Many times in network marketing, you are going to hear the saying “Follow up with people until they say yes or they die.” While this may sound a little harsh and we don’t like to think about death, this is the truth of the matter. Keep relationships with people and continue to follow up for the best results.

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