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A Growing Trend: Creating “child” Teams

The popularity of CTP Teams is growing so much that some of the top teams are starting to spawn “child” teams or “sister” teams. This is great news as we want to see leaders grow from these teams!

It’s also a great way to have different “Tiered” teams. Say you want to have anyone on your team but still want to win, you can have a “Tier 1” team that is super competitive and a “Tier 2” team that is more about the fun.

The goal with the teams isn’t just to win a prize but it’s to have fun together and build each other up. Getting points for doing things that help you grow your business makes it fun, and addicting!

15 responses to “A Growing Trend: Creating “child” Teams”

  1. How many teams can one team leader create and will it be possible to join multiple teams as a member?

  2. Matt Badura says:

    I think only 1 Walter, you have to get creative with coordination πŸ™‚

  3. Sig says:

    Its F U N! And when you combo Fun into business.. then you will see growth!

    Good stuff

    Sig

  4. Barbara Erickson says:

    The reason, as I understand it for growing “child teams” is because there are so many members and the buzz is creating more! This is awesome growth!

    To have 25 on a team creates stability and strength of leverage.
    In order to get everyone in a “network” involved is going to necessitate the need for “child teams”. CTP and CSN both have many members, so this is a way to facilitate those members while creating additional growth.

  5. Virginia Herron says:

    From my experiences in online role playing games, these child teams are usually equally competitive. The leaders all team up to take over the top spots.

  6. This may also open it up to moving team players from team 1 to team 2 and ones from team 2 to team 1 if there are members in team 2 that are far better placed in team 1.
    somewhat creating a league of its own within the league.

  7. Traceylee Appel says:

    I love the idea of being in a team as also a great way to get to know the other members and learn little quicker !

  8. Lynn M says:

    I almost wish that if you’re Kore4, you could start a minimum of two teams and maybe split your points between teams, for the child teams thing. Then again I guess that might take away from the main point of the teams and points in the first place.

    Now I’ve confused myself. πŸ˜›

  9. John Brewer says:

    I think the child or sister team thing is a great idea. Especially since Jon always motivates us to take the lead in things. What if after joining a team we think “hmmm, maybe I SHOULD have started a team,” then creating a child team would be a great way of having the ability to be a leader of a child or sister team without leaving the team you joined and wish to remain dedicated to. Super cool idea!

  10. Glenn Witmer says:

    hmmm everyone wants to be a child team, except the founders..why is that?? lol

  11. Not everyone wants a child team. We’re still working on growing our first team, since most of my business team is not involved in TEs at all.

  12. Neil says:

    Speaking of teams, there are still slots to fill up ours. Kust look it up Dr Kelps Racers. We need you now! Thanks. πŸ™‚

  13. Success Coach Sara says:

    I have to admit, I don’t quite grasp the “child team” concept if the child team’s points don’t contribute somehow to the parent team’s points? It seems like if a parent team encourages KORE4 upgrades, which creates potential team leaders, the parent team should benefit from that somehow, rather than losing that KORE4 upgraded (and likely more active) member to a new team? What am I missing here?

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