One of the most common objections that prospects like to throw up when you introduce them to Network Marketing is “I don’t have the time.” Don’t believe that, and here’s one reason why…
If you’re involved in Network Marketing, if you’re an entrepreneur, you can’t afford to mow your own lawn. Let me explain…
I have been mentored by a few different billionaires throughout my Network Marketing career. I sought out my first mentor and asked him how do I make more success for myself? I want to make a million dollars a year! My mentor said, “To make a million dollars a year you have to earn approximately $500 an hour in order to meet your goal. Is there a task you can do in your business that will earn you $500 an hour over time?” I said oh yes, in Network Marketing, there actually is.
Today, Jayne Leach talks about how network marketers can overcome one of their biggest fears – the word “no.”
Objections are the one thing that strikes fear into the hearts of most Network Marketers. How would you like to be excited when a prospect gives you an objection? How would you like to convert more prospects? How much better could you prospect if you knew what to say to every objections? What if you felt confident and not scared?
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Today, I want to talk about one of the fundamental aspects of an entrepreneur—how to think like an entrepreneur. The longer you continue to think like an employee, the more you will be frustrated as you try to build your entrepreneurial business. It requires different thinking.
I wanted to share with you a quick message about procrastination. They say that people can teach what they struggle with the most. And that is certainly true with me.
Today, I’m giving you the Magic Question in Network Marketing. This is the one question that I’ve learned and used throughout my career that will create more results in growing your business than any other question.
People tell me all the time, “building a business is hard. Network marketing is hard. Motivating myself is hard.” Most people want to avoid “hard.” They want to avoid the things that are difficult, the things that are challenging them, and the things that are pushing them. They think that the hard part of their life is over, so now they want things to be easy.