In this week’s show, Eric talks about a philosophy he has used to turbo charge his success in Network Marketing and in life. Eric shares that as a very competitive person, he always wants to win. Sometimes you get involved in Network Marketing and you feel like you’re always losing. Somebody says no, somebody quits on you, somebody gets to the next level before you; these are all reasons why we may feel we are losing. For a competitive person, it was frustrating until he was able to change his thinking and view losing in a different way.
In this week’s show, Eric talks about how to bust out of a plateau and really get the results you are looking for to grow your business. The advice Eric gives all the time is to engage in a blitz day! A lot of people are slow and steady in Network Marketing. They don’t have momentum and they aren’t getting great results. You have to up the intensity for a short period of time to get your business to another level!
In this week’s show, Eric shares concepts to get people involved and to also get them to stay in your Network Marketing business.
There’s always going to be people coming into your business and leaving your business. The reasons will vary: it didn’t meet their expectations; they weren’t willing to face their fears; they felt a little piece of rejection. Every organization experiences this fluctuation and this profession is no different. It is the responsibility of the leader to improve attrition and reduce the number of people that quit.
In this week’s Million Dollar Interview, Eric interviews Susan Sly. Susan is an athlete, a mom, an author, an entrepreneur and is the do it all woman. At her peak, Susan has racked in an overwhelming 2 million dollars a year in commissions!
In this week’s show, I share with you about a principle that is very important in Network Marketing–How to increase the number of quality and qualified presenters in your organization. I am a huge fan and big believer in third party presenters, but looking within your own business can be the answer you need to help grow your team.