Scott Levine Adds 5 Year Pin

In my mind, when you joined, Scott, you were at the very beginning stages of your own business.  That’s correct. When you first came to the table, what was your fear? I couldn’t produce enough referrals. What was your hope? That I’d build a run a successful business, and help other people on the way. What has happened that was better…

Amy Terry Has A 5 year Pin

Amy, you weren’t really a Member during CoreGroup, but you attended a lot of those meetings because you were subbing for someone from your office. The minute you got a chance, you joined this Team, so it feels like you’re one of the original Members. You have options, right? You could have said, “No, I’ll let…

Ryan Williams Adds a Gold Star

When I mentioned to Ryan that three of six people he has invited to check out a PowerCore Team either live in his home or work in his office, and asked if that meant they didn’t have a option! he said: I think they saw what kind of transformation it has made for me as…

Carol Jensen-Linton Earns Her 15-year Pin

The Peachtree City Team cheered congratulations to Carol Jensen-Linton as she added a 15 year pin to a brimming badge. Let’s start with math: 15 years, 50 weeks a year, that means 750 meetings at 7am- plus leadership responsibilities. I asked Carol if she’s gotten any value from this. A solid third of my business comes…

John Fortener Has a Gold Star

A Gold Star on a Member’s badge means they have invited 5 people who joined a PowerCore Team. My suspicion is that it took more than 5 invitations – so I asked John what he says when he invites someone to a 7:00 AM meeting “Well, usually I’ve noticed some characteristic in them that they’re…

Howard Silvermintz Joins the 20 Year Club

When the Candler Park Team celebrated Howard’s 20 Year Pin – yowza that is an achievement – I asked what had kept him engaged that long, and he said “The relationships, obviously.” I know Howard well enough to push back, so I said – what? not the money? Obviously, it’s the referrals.  You’ve always got to think…

Trent Phillips Earns His 15 Year Pin

Don’t you want to know what has kept Trent attending a Tuesday morning meeting for 15 years? That’s 750 seven AM meetings. I asked. He said: I actually just walked in the door 15 years ago, looking for referrals and really just kind of took to heart the concepts of referral marketing. And I’ve actually just…

Melanie Selcho Adds A 5 Year Pin

My question for Melanie was: did you know when you came to the very first planning meeting for this Team that you’d be at this table every morning for five years? “No, you tried to talk me out of joining.” That’s true. And you said, “I think I can do this.” What made you feel this would…

Louis Agudo Has A 10 Year Pin

Louis was an active Member – and then life took him in another direction. Still, he came back to his Team. When people come back, I’m always interested in why. So I asked: “I like the structure. I like the credibility, and I like the accountability that we hold each other to. It’s very important….

J.B. Kitts Has 3 Words For 5 Years

JB pinned his business card on a bulletin board at a gas station. Tommy Schlosser called, asked how that was working for him,  invited him to visit the Whitlock Team! Five years and five Officer roles later, JB added a 5 Year Pin. I asked why he’s attended this meeting every Friday for  five years and participated in…