ZriiWeekly December 3/09
Contents 2 // Executive Support 3 // Communications 3 // Sales 3 // Corporate Calendar 4 // Ask Dr. Simon
Executive Support Start Kit Promotion Update As a clarification, new IEs who sign up before December 31 will receive a free start kit. However, please note that a $5 charge will be added for shipping & handling. We apologize for any confusion.
References Executive Support: 866.349.9911, firstname.lastname@example.org
Because of some changes to our incentive program, the Orion and Gemini clubs have been discontinued. We are continuing to revamp the program and incorporate some new ideas for even bigger and better incentives that we will announce in 2010!
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Have you Reached the Founder’s Bonus?
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This is the last month to qualify for the United States Founder’s Bonus? You must reach 7 Star in December to qualify.
Sign Up for the NutriiVeda Challenge Have you seen our websites lately? Zrii.com and Zriiproduct.com, along with our newsletter, have promoted the winners of the first NutriiVeda Challenge in November. The next competition will take place at the first 2010 RSA in March. Do you want a chance to win $5,000? Sign up to take part in the next Challenge competition at Zrii.com.
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ZriiOffice Charges Begin February 1 Because of all the back office rollouts and upgrades, we’ve wanted to ensure that ZriiOffice is in working condition before we start to charge for Premium services. Upgrades will continue, but the majority of the system is to a point where you can navigate the back office successfully. Therefore we will begin to charge for Premium beginning in February 2010 and will continue to provide reminders for the next few months.
ZriiAware: Grow Younger, Live Longer Looking for a great gift this holiday season? Give the gift of good health and awareness with ZriiAware: Grow Younger, Live Longer. Available for $65, ZriiAware three-month subscriptions have a unique login code so you can purchase as many as you’d like. Each subscription is personalized to help the receiver reach his or her specific health goals. Call Executive Support at 866.349.9911 to order!
Communications Dr. Suhas Earns Ayurveda Award Last week we issued a press release about Dr. Suhas Kshirsagar, a member of the Zrii Scientific Advisory Board, who was awarded the 2009 Charaka Award for Exellence in Ayurvedic Teaching. We’d like to again congratulate Dr. Suhas on achieving this honor and being associated with Zrii! > To read the release, visit Zrii.com/Company/ Zrii Story & News/Zrii News
Sales Ways to Increase Your Referrals and Make More Money
Calendar December 6 // Zrii Nation Training & Update Call 7 // CEO Update Call with Bill Farley 13 // Zrii Nation Training & Update Call 14 // Zrii Prosperity Call All calls scheduled at 6 pm PT, 7 pm MT, 8 pm CT, 9 pm ET Call-in number: 712-338-8196, Passcode: 234577# Don’t forget to visit ZriiCalendar.com to locate other events near you. By putting the needs of her customers first, she demonstrates that she truly cares about them. When people sense that you care, they tend to want to return the favor. In fact, you may find that many of your customers are genuinely surprised by a question like this, because no one has ever asked them that before. And that’s why your follow-up question is equally indispensable: “You’ve helped my business grow by becoming part of our family network. I’d like to help your business grow, too. So let me ask you – what type of people do you want to meet to help increase your revenue?”
(Zrii editor’s note: Because of the length of each tip, we will feature one tip per week to give you adequate time to apply each to your business!) 2. Develop a culture of referrals Another approach that can help you develop a steady stream of referrals is to ask questions that benefit your customer first. One engaged customer doubled her referrals simply by asking the following client-focused question at the end of every client meeting: “Now… how can I help you?”
Ask Dr. Simon Dear Dr. Simon, Our first little baby is 7 weeks-old, and the medical profession is strongly insisting on immunizing her. The thought of this is making me nervous as I would like to make an informed decision.
Because of concerns that immunizations have played a
The good news is that as long as the majority of children
role in the increased incidence of autism, many parents
receive vaccinations, the phenomenon known as “Herd
are understandably anxious and confused about the
immunity” reduces the risk that those who haven’t been
risks and benefits of having their children immunized.
immunized will become infected. In other words, your children will benefit from the immunity developed by others. Speaking personally, my kids have been immu-
David Simon, M.D. is the medical director and co-founder of the Chopra Center for Wellbeing in Carlsbad, California, and is a member of the Zrii Scientific Advisory Board. To ask Dr. Simon your questions about physical health, emotional wellbeing, and self-empowerment, However, the scientific evidence to date hasn’t revealed
please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
a clear association between immunization and autism. Although there has been a great deal of controversy over the chemical compound thimerosal (previously
nized, and the Chopra Center medical staff has deter-
used as a preservative in vaccines), vaccine makers in
mined that we will take the H1N1 immunization and
the U.S. haven’t used thimerosal in vaccines since 1999.
make it available to all Chopra Center employees. I can’t
Against the questionable link between immunizations
give you a more definitive answer but trust that you will
and autism, parents must weigh the known risks of their
make the choice that’s best for you and your family.
children being infected and developing a preventable illness. Previous generations of parents were well aware of the disabling—and sometimes fatal—complications of diseases such as polio, rubella, measles,
With love, David