A personal message to my Rain Family

Helloooooo Team ExSEED!!!!!!!
If you are working your business and have recently reached out to me you are probably already aware that I am leaving tomorrow to visit my son in San Antonio and take him on  a Caribbean cruise. I haven’t seen my son since last Christmas, so I am VERY VERY excited to see him.
When we are on the ship I will be off the internet grid. Most of you know who to talk to in my absence. I’m sure you’ll miss my emails and text messages. 😉
I’ll think of all of you while rejuvenating and ready to hit it hard upon my return.
Trevor and I will visit the Cayman Islands, Cozumel, Mexico, and Jamaica. I’ll be talking to everyone within three feet of me about Rain as it’s what I do!!!!!!!
Be sure to stay plugged in and use our online supports in my absence.
Plant team plant! The best IS yet to come! I’m SO SO proud of the growth that we’ve seen and 2017 is going to surpass everything we’ve done thus far.
Here’s an Opportunity Webinar to plug your prospects into tomorrow. It is at 10pm EST. Please convert to your time zone.
For Science buffs and medical persons whom you are introducing our products and business use the replay of http://iTeleseminar.com/93131544
Our tools are SO SO plentiful now! It makes our job easier! I look at it as a smorgasbord. Use what speaks to you and know your prospects.
I’m grateful to be on this journey with all of you.
Tammy

 

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Personally sponsored distributor #95 is alive. Seeking #96.

Tammy

Congratulations on your new Rain Partner

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It looks like your team just got a little bigger. Now is the time to begin the process to replicate this growth. You remember how it was to be a brand new Rain Partner. They’ve taken a big step and are sure to have some questions and concerns, so give them a call within the next 24 hours to make sure they know you’re there to help them.

Your goal is retention and replication. How can you take these brand new Rain Partners and turn them into loyal, hard-working partners that make your team grow? Below are some things that can help you prep your partner for the great things ahead.

  • Give them a call within 24 hours of their enrollment. Answer some of those questions they have, make sure they can log into their back office. Let them know and feel that they are part of a family that is ready to help them at all times.

  • Follow up and make sure they get their product in good time and condition. The best customer support team we have are our partners. This will make them feel cared for, which will increase their loyalty.

  • Invite them to different events that you may be going to. This will help in their Rain education.

  • Speaking of education, make sure they have all the necessary materials to learn about our products and compensation plan at a deep level. Another thing that increases loyalty is knowledge: the more they know about the products they are taking and selling, the more excited they will be to share it.

  • Talk about and sign the commitment letter together.

  • Make sure their autoship is set up correctly, and stress to them the importance of trying and being familiar with all of Rain International’s products.

  • Think about things you wish you would have known when you were in their shoes. Then, talk to them, guide them, and help them set goals so they can get started the correct way.

These next few days and weeks are an important time for your new Rain Partner, and getting them started the correct way can help guide them down the path of self-sufficiency. The leadership you provide to new partners will affect the success of your team in an important way. As you continue to lead by example, your Rain Partners will develop into powerful, lasting leaders. We’re here to help as well, so let us know if there’s anything we can do for you. Thank you for all you do.

Congratulations on your success, and keep going!

Sincerely,

Rain International Executive Team

Who will be my 96th personally sponsored distributor added to #TeamExSEED? Apply at:

http://tallseedlady.com

With Much Gratitude,

Tammy

(724)953-6454

 

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Rain Weekly Line Up January 9-14, 2017 (I typed 2016 and had to change it)

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Here is your Rain Weekly Lineup!

You won’t want to miss our Science Webinar tonight at 8:00pm MT!

Make sure you’re plugging into the training you need and your team does the same.

Last weeks replays can be found here: http://training.rainintl.com/raintalks/

MONDAY the 9th- Rain Talk Noon MT – 425-440-5100 PIN 186827# OR http://iTeleseminar.com/93131292

-8:00pm MT Science Webinar Link Dr. Christina Cook – Health and Wellness : http://iTeleseminar.com/93131544

TUESDAY the 10th – Rain 101 Call (intended for prospects) 7:00pm MT – 425-440-5100 PIN 186827# OR http://iTeleseminar.com/93131607

WEDNESDAY the 11th – Rain Talk Noon MT – 425-440-5100 PIN 186827# OR http://iTeleseminar.com/93131670

-8:00pm MT Opportunity Webinar Link (intended for prospects): http://iTeleseminar.com/93131733

THURSDAY the 12th – 8:00pm MT Compensation Plan Training Webinar Link: http://iTeleseminar.com/93131796

FRIDAY the 13th – Rain Talk Noon MT – 425-440-5100 PIN 186827# OR http://iTeleseminar.com/93131859

SATURDAY the 14th – 9:00am MT Back Office Training Webinar Link: http://iTeleseminar.com/93131922

-10:00am MT Intro to Rain Elements Webinar Link: http://iTeleseminar.com/93131985

Forward to YOUR TEAM!!!!! We are growing, making a difference WORLDWIDE!!!!!! How cool is THAT!!!!!!!

With Deepest Gratitude!

Tammy

 

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Monday + Science Day!

 

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Something I recently found out about Bone Health and Rain products. Mind Blown. Here are some articles which I know you’ll find interesting!

http://naturalsociety.com/10-black-seed-health-benefits-kn…/

http://chiropracticmaui.com/disease-does-not-stand-a-chanc…/

 

More for the Science buffs here:

Science Webinar Link Dr. Christina Cook – Health and Wellness  http://iTeleseminar.com/93131544

Click the link and hear the replay. Indisputable! Seed nutrition is THE way to go.

 

 

I’m thrilled and honored to be on this journey with each and every one of you. I’m PROUD to be the tallseedlady.

You GO Team! Reach out when I can help you and I will be there.

With Much Gratitude,

Tammy

 

Plug in, ask for help when needed, and grow your business. WIN WIN WIN!!!!!!!
With Much Gratitude,
Tammy

 

 

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My Revri was FREE! Let’s get you yours free TOO!!!!!!

 

Oh I LOVE what I do! When I sponsor someone into the Rain business my first goal is to help them earn free product. My Revri was FREE this month. Let’s get you yours free TOO!

Hello Tammy ,

Your product is on its way!

Thank you for your order. We want to let you know that it has been processed successfully and your seed-based nutrition will be shipped soon.

Here is your order information:

User ID:
Order #: 2133972
Order Details:

Quantity Item Price Total
1 Revri- 3 Step Pak 224.99 224.99
1 Spent Rewards -224.99 -224.99
Discount 0.00
Subtotal 0.00
Shipping & Handling 9.99
Sales Tax 0.00
Total Price 9.99

HAVE YOU EVER TRACKED YOUR ORDER?

You can view the status of your shipment at myrainoffice.com by clicking on the “Orders” tab, then going into the “Order History” category. You’ll be able to see your most recent order, as well as a history of your previous orders. Please allow at least one business day for tracking information to be uploaded.

If you have any questions please contact us at 855-724-6606 or email us at support@rainintl.com.

We sincerely appreciate your business,

Rain International

 

 

I’m thrilled and honored to be on this journey with each and every one of you. I’m PROUD to be the tallseedlady.

You GO Team! Reach out when I can help you and I will be there.

With Much Gratitude,

Tammy

Plug in, ask for help when needed, and grow your business. WIN WIN WIN!!!!!!!
With Much Gratitude,
Tammy

 

 

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Interesting Facts about Seeds

Interesting Facts about Seeds
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Seeds are ingenious. Not only do they provide protection and a food source for the embryonic plant, they have evolved to be eaten or carried on the wind to a new location. This helps spread the plant’s range. Also, they can stay dormant until optimum conditions for growth are reached.

Old seed

The oldest viable seed to have grown into a plant was a date palm seed estimated to be 2,000 years old (making it the only surviving contemporary of Jesus). It was discovered in 1963 when Herod the Great’s fortress of Masada near the Dead Sea was excavated. It was planted in 2005 and now Methuselah, as the plant is called, stands over 4 -foot high. Botanists believe the seed had managed to remain viable for so long because the Dead Sea area’s climate is exceptionally dry and stable.

Big seed

The biggest seed belongs to the coco de mer palm (Lodoicea maldivica). Their fruit usually contain just one seed, which can weigh almost three pounds.

They only grow on two islands in the Seychelles, and were identified in 1768. They were traded across the Indian Ocean as curios, and for use in Indian medicine. The name Lodoicea was a Latinised form of “Louis”, in honour of the reigning monarch at the time, Louis XV of France.

Maldivica refers to the mistaken assumption that cocos were native to the Maldives. In fact, they blew there across a thousand miles of ocean from the Seychelles.

For many years the Linnæan name was Lodoicea callipyge: the second word, “lovely-bummed”, derives from the seed’s resemblance to the said body part.

Apple seed

Plant a seed from your Granny Smith or your Red Delicious and the tree that grows will produce fruit that looks and tastes completely unlike the apple you ate.

Each apple seed produces offspring that are individuals, quite unlike their parent. Humans share this tendency, but to a much lesser extent.

Without grafting – invented by the Chinese 3,000 years ago – your sweet and juicy Cox’s Orange Pippin would have disappeared centuries ago. The first apples originated in the primeval apple forests of the foothills of the Tien Shan Mountains.

Almaty, Kazakhstan’s main city, means “Father of apples” in the Kazakh language. It seems that travelers on the great Silk Routes that cross central Asia developed a taste for these eccentric fruit and spat their pips out wherever they rested.

Apples are now the most popular fruit in the world, grown or traded on every continent.

Banana seeds

Domestication of bananas has produced plants that are sweet and tasty, but seedless. Most banana plants have not had sex for 10,000 years, but have been propagated by hand, from a sucker of an existing plant, whose genetic material has not changed in 100 centuries. As a result, bananas are susceptible to disease.

Lost seeds

Harvester ants eat more small seeds than all the mammals and birds put together. Like squirrels, they often forget where they’ve put their stashes, so are responsible for planting a third of all herbaceous growth.

Blown seeds

One dandelion flower head produces 200 seeds; 99.5 per cent of dandelion seeds travel less than 10m; 0.05 per cent more than 10m; and 0.014 per cent more than one kilometre. Hot weather is better than windy weather for seed dispersal as it generates updrafts, allowing seeds to rise higher and travel further.

Seedy

Originally “seedy” described something “fruitful” or “abundant”, but by the mid-18th century it had become a term of disparagement, meaning shabby, as in a plant that has “gone to seed”.

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Personally sponsored #94 joins Team ExSEED! Who’s #95?

 Yesterday Jay Adams of Florida joined our team. Jay will enhance our team and spread seed nutrition over Florida and beyond. I’m thrilled to add Jay to Team ExSEED!
Jay has 16 Years Experience in Telecommunications and will utilize that as a tool to tell the world what we have. Everyone needs our products and it’s our job to spread the seeds! Welcome aboard Jay!!!!!!!
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