The online tools are diverse:
- A downline manager that's pretty robust - I can track the sales activity of thousands of people sponsored by me and others below them.
- A website hosted on their servers, with a template - nay, a hundred templates to choose from, variables and even raw HTML capability. This means I don't have a lot of technical limitation on creating the presentation. The new site is at http://supergeek.usana.com. You'll see that not only can you find information about the products and business side, but sign up and buy the products without depending on me to act quickly and get your name spelled right.
- What appears to be hundreds of downloadable sales tools, brochures, and guides on setting up my new business for fastest success. Not just "get out there and sell" but even including a step by step process on which to build a real business. I can see how the company's grown so well over the past decade.
- Training on the products, USANA's history and foundations, the business and compensation model. A reading list to help develop the business instinct. (Yes, Carnegie and Covey are included)
- Motivational stuff like reward programs and evidence of others' success.
Interesting... I'm noticing that I'm more motivated now, even so far as to blog about this, than almost anything in the recent past. I'll probably ignore the reasons why until they smack me upside the head, but for now I'm rolling with it.