Do MLM leaders know something you don’t? Are there insider systems only top producers know? If this is so, how can you learn these secrets?
News Flash: MLM leaders do not have a kind of hidden secret that they share within a secret order of other MLM leaders. What they have got in common is how they have got to where they are now.
So how did they get there?
First, they treat their business like a business. They don’t consider their business to be a hobby or something they joined on an impulse. They treat their new business like a million buck investment, even it if cost only $500 to get started. They’re entrepreneurs. Very simply. And the secret is they are are devoted, insistent, and they do not give up.
MLM leaders begin with a goal in mind. They know precisely where they are going and have plans to get there. They have written goals and a written plan. And they are practical enough to understand that success is not going to occur overnight. They are prepared to work diligently and do whatever is mandatory and acceptable to be successful.
Building a rewarding social marketing business can take a good amount of time. And while these top producers could have tried many other techniques of earning and lost their shirts more often than once, they knew that if they could find just the right thing for them, they could make it. So they endured. Despite the odds. In spite of the setbacks.
MLM leaders work. They may “work from home” but they do, indeed, work. They may give the illusion they do nothing. Except the reality is most top income earners have simply put in more hours and have made more presentations to more folks than those who are still struggling to make money in the business.
MLM leaders understand recruiting and sponsoring is the only true cash making activity in the internet promotion arena. So they spend 80 to 90% of the time they have available to work in their business sponsoring and recruiting. Think about it. You only get paid to move product, and the best way to move a lot of product is to have a lot of active distributors both consuming the products (autoship) and promoting the products.
So can you be an MLM leader? Of course. But here are a few things you need to consider. Are you pleased to invest 3-5 years to build your business? Are you content to schedule time, each and every day, to move your business forward?
Do you have a destination in mind? A goal? What about a written action plan? How do you plan to promote the products, service, and business opportunity, and train your new team to do the same? What will you do if the economy takes a dip or if your company shuts their doors? What is your plan B?
True MLM leaders will build a big successful business regardless of what problems or obstacles stand in their way. Failure is simply not an option they entertain. They concentrate on promoting. They concentrate on presenting their opportunity to new prospects on a regular, consistent basis over an extended time period. They focus on turning into the leader folks are looking for and actually lead their team members to success.
So have you got what it takes?
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