Pungy: To address a common misconception, you are NOT recruiting, unless you actually get people to join. You do not get credit for trying, but failing.
Many of you are probably perplexed by this title, but I’ll have you know that it has to do with recruiting and growing GD.
9 x 2 = 18
18 x 2 = 32
32 x 2 = 64
64 x 2 = 128
So I’m not just doing my math facts in a post. At one of our recent recruiting sessions, we got a nice picture of nine people on CP:
Now this is not rocket science. What if every person in that line, recruited a new recruit to GD. We would have 2 lines and a total of 18 people. If every person, again, recruited one new person, we’d have 4 lines and a total of 32 people! That’s a lot and it would more than break our record number of troops on CP. What if this kept going until we had 128 people.
It would only take 2 more rotations. If we doubled our size in that picture 4 times, we’d have 128 people on CP. This sounds daunting, but it’s not.
Here’s What it Looks Like
If we work it up all the way to 128, it doesn’t even fit on the page.
Here’s What It Takes
- Less than 5 minutes looking for a possible recruit.
- Add them to your friends list and get to know them.
- PC them and tell them to come to battles.
It takes so little effort, there is no excuse not to do this.
Recruit one person. Change an army.
It’s not that hard. If you can’t do this, you’d better leave, because you don’t care.
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