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Join a Team

  • What does being on a team mean?
  • Are there different types of teams?
  • What are typical team splits?
  • Will teams give me leads?

Different Types of Teams

Dependence spectrum

Dependant

  • Typically very structured (Often close to a w2 job)
  • Often great training/get off the ground fast
  • Typically splits are lower 30-50%
  • Can usually depend on receiving good lead volume & steady income
  • Much more dependent on the team for your success

Independent

  • Typically NOT very structured
  • May or may not train well
  • Typically splits are 50-80%
  • Usually do NOT receive many leads/ Taught & expected to build your own business
  • Sink or swim based solely on your own production

Interdependent

  • Usually fairly structured
  • Good Training and lots of Collaboration
  • Splits are 35-70%
  • Typically receive leads from team if you want them, but are also taught to grow your own business.
  • Rising tide raises all ships.  Everyone shares their skills to better the team as a whole

Structure spectrum

Some Teams are vastly more structured than others.  You’ve got to decide what style fits you and will help you succeed.

VERY STRUCTURED

SEMI STRUCTURED

NO STRUCTURE

Freedom vs Security (structure)

Structure follows the same principle.  Typically the more structure (less freedom) the more security (regular pay checks)

Youv’e got to decide which type of team feels like a fit for you.

 DEPENDENT – Very Structured

PROS

  • Most Secure (Very Likely to succeed)
  • Much Less Risk
  • Proven Plans to Follow
  • Team Provides Leads
  • Feels More Like a Job With Guaranteed Pay
  • Highest Level of Accountability
  • Can Have Great Family Feel
  • Lot’s of Training/Coaching

CONS

  • Least Freedom
  • Typically Mandatory Hours
  • Lower Profit Potential
  • Leadership Makes the Decisions
  • Typically Harder to Grow Your Business
  • Typically an Earnings Ceiling
  • Lowest Splits

INTERDEPENDENT – Semi Structured

PROS

  • More Secure (likely to succeed)
  • Some-Good Freedom
  • Proven Plans to Follow
  • High Profit Potentia
  • Opportunity to Build Your Career
  • High Level of Accountability
  • Team Collaboration on Ideas
  • Lots of Training/Coaching

CONS

 

  • Some Risk
  • Expected to Lead Generate
  • High Level of Accountability
  • Lower Splits then Independent
  • Expected to Contribute to Team
  • Team Might Not Adopt Your Ideas

INDEPENDENT – No Structure

PROS

  • Lots of Freedom
  • High Profit Potential
  • Highest Splits
  • Most Opportunity to Build Your Business
  • Freedom to Test Your Ideas
  • More Freedom to Build Personal Brand

CONS

  • Highest Risk
  • Typically Less Training
  • Least Accountability/Structure
  • Must Generate Your Leads
  • Typically Less Help From Team Members

 

 

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