People respond differently to competition in Network Marketing. Some people view competition as a negation, and they don’t want to engage in it at all. Other people, I would say most in Network Marketing, are highly driven by competition. They want to win, create an advantage, and measure themselves. I view competition as market share.
I saw a quote recently that said (excuse the language), “Eat shit for two years. Eat caviar for the rest of your life.” This reminded me of a similar idea inside of Network Marketing that says you can work hard and sacrifice for 2-4 years, and then you can spend the rest of your life on the beach. This type of expectation is a problem.
Your hot market can be an intimidating group to talk to, especially when you’re just starting out. These are the people who love you and know you. But they know you so well, that they won’t respect you at all in Network Marketing. So, I’m going to give you a strategy to approach your hot market in a way that is comfortable.
A common emotion for people inside Network Marketing is that you feel like you’re bothering people. Well, if you are worried about that, then I have some advice for you.
What is one thing that separates the average person in Network Marketing from the superstars? Most people think that superstars are these silver-tongued professionals who have an answer for everything, can deliver the facts with passion, and inspire people with their incredible knowledge and wisdom. But they’re wrong. The thing that differentiates the superstars from the average is their ability to ask questions.
If you want to accelerate your growth and success, then follow an old principle that has worked for me and many top earners. This principle is the most powerful force on earth—your imagination.
People are always asking me, “How do I sponsor long distance? How do I find people in other countries and build an international business?” The first thing to do is identify which countries your company reaches. Then, make it your mission to start asking people every single day, “Do you know anyone in…?”
I am going to share with you something that will help you grow faster and improve in every area of your life, especially business: reading. And I mean, actually reading books. Reading what other people have learned and shared.
Today, we’re going to discuss comparing yourself to others. There’s a good side and a bad side to it, and it all depends on how you’re wired.
If you’re highly competitive, comparing yourself to others can be a good thing. It’ll inspire you to increase your activities, results, etc. Comparison can be a driver, a model of success, or a cause for you to take more action.
How do you solve challenges with your upline? Here are some challenges you might have with your upline and my advice for dealing with them.
Tomorrow, some day, next week… These are common words people say when they are going to do something. In Network Marketing we have to make sure we don’t fall into the trap of just saying we are going to do something, we need to take action.
Walk away from tomorrow and into action!
Do you have a close friend or family member who either hasn’t joined Network Marketing or has joined but never really does anything? You get so frustrated with that person because you know that they have so much potential. They know a lot of people, have natural skills, etc. If they would just dive in, they would do so well. You feel like you’re letting them down, and you try everything to encourage them, kick them in the butt, or flatter them. But they never quite do it.