Bronze Academy Vision 2020 Afternoon Highlights

Marc Wilson

Marc had some inspirational stories about his NFL career along with lessons that guided him in business. Here are some unforgettable takeaways from Marc's presentation:

  • Gene Upshaw - You gotta love it, baby!
  • Find the bright spots, include everyone, make everyone feel valued – each person belongs.
  • You gotta want it!
  • Successful people want it more than others. You can never judge someone until you see how they handle adversity.
  • Do you really want to put in the work to be successful? Or just the trappings of success. Are you willing to do what it really takes to be truly successful?
  • You gotta do it!
  • The game isn’t won in a day.
  • It’s not the will to win. It’s the will to prepare to win that matters.
  • Are you willing to put in the work?

“Work harder than anyone else, it’s the secret to success.”

Frank Filippone

Frank was upfront about being the support member of his partnership with Mariel in their Q business. Frank lives Q Sciences and even though he's not the main builder he has become a builder himself and a huge part of the team.

How can I help?

With Q:

  • Be a product of the products. Example: He talked about how the hemp products and ALIGN have helped his elbow pain.
  • Tune in, plug in and know the info about Q.
  • Download the app, familiarize with it, and show it off.

With Family:

  • Have a good attitude when partner works.
  • Help around the house to pick up slack.
  • Be the travel agent/accountant.
  • Sync calendars each month/week/day.
  • Use earnings to pay for help.
  • Use earnings to pay for dates.
  • Go along on travel every now and then.

“Be nice to people and you will start attracting people to Q.”

Bengt Emanuelsson

Bengt gave incredibly value information about the Europe markets, launching new markets, and building with patience from afar. Here are some of his main points:

  • All countries are not created equal. (Different rules)
  • Pre launches take commitment and require momentum, excitement and the right leaders in place to set the stage for growth.
  • Timelines (Not Deadlines).
  • Different pricing and products in different countries.

"We commit to doing it right or we don't do it at all."

Mariel Filippone

Mariel's presentation was about taprooting and how to dig deep and build a strong team. Here are some key takeaways:

  • Get to know who they know, before they go.
  • Launch people right. Be there in person as they reach out to all their contacts.
  • Have you personally called all of the new starts on your team?
  • What do I need to do right now to get to the next level? Ask the right questions.
  • Leaders take responsibilities for production, promotion and payouts.
  • Do you know your daily run rate? Know what to expect on a daily basis.
  • You do what you ask your team to do.
  • Your reputation is your repetition.
  • Look for motivated people. Don’t try to motivate others.
  • High touch over high tech.

“Some of you are more focused on rank than the relationships you have developed through Q.”

Jake Spencer

Jake ended Bronze Academy with a bang! He was not afraid to ask the tough questions and gave vital information on presenting your Q business. Here are some of Jake's key points:

  • Persuasion does not work when presenting Q.
  • How bad do you really want this? You can be right or you can be rich.
  • Present for the masses.
  • Know your target audience. Number one error: Addressing the wrong crowd.
  • Have a simple system that can be duplicated.
  • Skill can be learned, skill can be duplicated, skill can be built upon.
  • Your testimonials give validity to your systems.
  • Your system should be accentuating and taking advantage of everything Q has to offer.
  • It doesn’t have to be perfect before you do something.

“It is our goal at this event to make everyone in Q feel special and loved.”

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