To whom it may concern:
I've been told that they only to consider a visitor to my chapter is the likelihood that they join my chapter. If this is true, I find this counter productive to the philosophy that we are part of a bigger network and family since the organization has an International reach.
I believe that a guest is someone who is already a part of the BNI family and is visiting a different chapter. However, a visitor should be someone who is new to BNI and not a member. With the philosophy of giver's gain, would it be beneficial to introduce all prospects to BNI and get credit for the visitor? My introduction to someone outside of my chapter to another region that can benefit someone else in BNI isn't that a great example of Giver's Gain?
My point is that every person that is not a member of BNI should be recorded as a visitor. Everyone who is already a member of BNI that attends a different chapter is a guest.
What's the likelihood that this will be adopted and the process?
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