You have a teammate you believe is capable of so much more, but she's not willing to put in as many hours as you are or do the same things as you are. You know that doing online parties work, but she just won't do them. There's a whole system in place for prospecting and recruiting but she hasn't tried. You're getting so angry and frustrated with her that you want to rip your hair out! ARGGGHHH!!!!
Who said she had to do everything exactly as you? Who said that she wanted the exact same things as you out of the business? She doesn't work for you. We're all here on a voluntary basis!
We all think differently and have different aspirations. Maybe she is being active with her business but trying her own methods to generate results. Perchance, she just wants the fulfillment of being a part of something and making new friends. Maybe she joined because she liked getting discounts on all her favorite products. Perhaps she joined because she loves her full time job and doesn't plan on replacing it. She just wants a part time gig.
Whatever her reason, just be thankful that she trusted you to join your team. She's still gaining something great out of this, even if you see huge potential in her for being more than what she is now in the company. Also, we don't know what other priorities she may have in here life that may require her utmost attention right now, and it's amazing that she can give any time to the business at all!
In one of Jim Rohn's CD that I own he spilled so much wonderful knowledge and life lessons. One of the topics he discussed was letting people be. I'm paraphrasing here but basically he explained that you should just embrace people for what they're willing to do. If one team member wants to perform at 30%, let them work at 30%. If another works at 60%, let them! Don't do the work for them or pressure them into doing anything if they're unwilling. As he said, "you can help a thousand...but you can't carry three on your back!"
Back to your teammate. So, should you give up on her? No! Still check in with her from time to time and see how's she's doing. Be a friend first before a mentor. Who knows, maybe somewhere along the way her mind or priorities will change and she will be available to put in more work. Just be a guide, a consistent tether to the company, and a good listener!
On top of doing this, to overcome the slack in your downline business, never stop recruiting and gaining customers. Keep busy, continue to spread the word on your opportunity and help more people. The new blood will keep your business going and it's always great to lead by example. Your member(s) may not be producing as you so desire, but they're always watching!
Unleash your inner warrior and slay your goals!