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Star Achiever Interview Series— Alicia Yarbrough

Executive Director, Ms. Alicia Yarbrough Becomes a Super Star Achiever For 3 Consecutive Months! 🌟

Becoming a Super Star Achiever is a major goal and Ms. Alicia Yarbrough was able to impressively accomplish it not once but three times! Continue reading to learn about her business strategies.

How did you start your Super Star Achiever journey?

"I Got with my mentor, Emerald David Gilty and he guided me to what I needed to do to be not just a Star Achiever, but a Super Star Achiever. So, I applied, modeled, and duplicated his business strategies and I became a Star Achiever First.

Then, I began to educate others on what it means to be a Star Achiever and why they need to invest in themselves and their business. Also, I explained how important it is to saturate the marketplace by following the 100 rule: using 100, Selling 100, and Sampling 100."

What was your business strategy for building your team & becoming a Super Star Achiever?

" I don't want the 300 minimum PQV to be our maximum. That's why I started educating my team members and focusing on employing all of the PRIB verticals, so we can consistently hit and exceed Star Achiever. Also, giving boxes from my personal Zence to those who are committed to becoming Star Achievers. Another important strategy is to always share our passion about what we have to offer to everywhere we go."

How many Star Achievers do you have in your team?

"In February, I had 6 personal Star Achievers. 8 Star Achievers in March and so far I have 5 in April. After Xccelerate, I expect more and my goal is to get others to also become Super Star Achievers."

What advice would you give to those who aspire to become Star Achievers & Super Star Achievers?

"Understand how to build, take ownership, operate, and maximize all aspects of your business and the PRIB.

"Always ask yourself what percentage of your team do you want to be inside the PRIB. Stay ready, so you don't have to get ready!"

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