In this week’s show, Eric talks about how the last month of the year is a very introspective time. It is a time to look back at the previous year and look forward to the coming year.
In this week’s video, Eric talks about Thanksgiving week. Even if you’re not in the U.S. and don’t celebrate Thanksgiving, it is a good time of year to take a look at our lives and give thanks, appreciate the opportunities we have been given, and be grateful for the life we live and the relationships we have.
In this week’s Leader Interview, Eric catches up with Whitney Husband, a majorly successful young entrepreneur and mom. Whitney is from a small town in Texas with only 2,000 people. At the age of 28, Whitney has become wildly successful and is the definition of what Network Marketing can do for you.
In this week’s video, Eric talks about the upcoming holiday season and how too many people become lax in their business during this time.
Eric starts off by providing some math for everyone. View your business like a retail store that’s open for 365 days of the year. If the store is closed for one day, you lose one-third of 1% of your revenue. If you have to close your store for six days, then you lose about 2% of your revenue. What if a semi-truck runs into your store, and you have to close it down completely for 60 days? Then 20% of your revenue is gone, and there is no way you can get it back.
In this week’s interview, Eric sits down with Montana cowgirl, Deni Robinson.
In this week’s show, Eric does the most dangerous thing a person can do: talk politics…. Have you heard about the new Broadway show, Hamilton? Eric recently saw it with his family, and it reminded him that politics is a dirty business. Eric’s take on politics is that you should vote for the candidate of your choice and then practice the serenity prayer. Control what you can deal with and let go of everything that’s outside of your control.
In this week’s Million Dollar Interview, Eric sits down with Joe Occhiogrosso & Frank Marone. Both these men always wanted to own their own business and had the entrepreneurial spirit. Frank grew up in Stanton Island and worked on Wall Street for 25 years. Joe grew up in New York also and was in the insurance business. Between new technology and the economy failing, both Joe and Frank were living month to month hoping their businesses wouldn’t crash.
In this week’s show, Eric talks about how you can supercharge your learning! What is the number one fastest way to learn? It’s activity; you’re going to learn faster than anything by “doing.” What’s the second most powerful way to learn?
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.
In this week’s Million Dollar Interview, Eric speaks to powerhouse earner, Margie Aliprandi. Margie has been in the Network Marketing Profession for 28 years and with the same company. Her success in Network Marketing has allowed her to travel all over for business and pleasure. She currently lives in San Diego and does a lot of business travel to Salt Lake City.
In this week’s show, Eric Worre talks more than minimum wage activity!
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.
In this week’s Million Dollar Earning Interview, Eric sits down with Kyle and Kierston Kirschbaum. Kyle and Kierston are Las Vegas natives and a power couple in the Network Marketing profession. This couple is fun, vibrant, and full of energy that stems from their entrepreneurial nature. Kyle and Kierston have always shared similar goals that allowed them to reach this new level of success together, but not before Kierston set the standards in Network Marketing first.
Recently I sat down with Tony Robbins at his Business Mastery event to talk about how to use his ideas and concepts to live a better life and how Network Marketing can help a person achieve their dreams.
In this week’s training video, Eric Worre pushes entrepreneurs to let go of the word “need” and instead take on self-independence. As one of Eric’s mentors, Jim Rohn, once said, “Life doesn’t respond to need. Life responds to deserve.” Not many people want to admit that they are dependent upon something or need someone in order to find true success. The future and the now depend on entrepreneurs to be different and most importantly to think different.
This week Eric gives you 10 Strategies to Become an Event Promotion Machine, and ideas on how you can be a world class promoter. Promotion in network marketing is the number one highest paid skill. The people who can get people to make a decision to go and attend an event, they get paid bigger than anybody else in network marketing… When people go to events, their vision changes, their game plan changes, and their view of the future changes. In this video Eric is discussing event promotion for the promotional partners of the upcoming Recruiting Mastery event, but the concept is the same regardless of the event or company.
In this week’s Million Dollar Interview, Eric interviews Network Marketing leaders, Tom and Denice Chenault. Tom and Denice have been in network marketing for over 18 years and their biggest passion is helping people achieve the life of their dreams.
This week Eric Worre takes on Dave Ramsey… Recently during Dave’s radio show he had a woman call in regarding her opportunity in network marketing. Mr Ramsey’s response to this young lady’s questions were filled with misinformation about the profession and Eric Worre is here to set him straight on the truth about Network Marketing …
In this week’s video lesson, Eric tackles a very controversial topic in the profession, and that is Should You Lead with the Product or the Opportunity? Many don’t focus on customers, they just focus on recruiting, whereas some focus on gaining customers and not recruiting, and the question Eric gets asked all the time is, 'What should the emphasis be?'
This week Eric hits on a topic that is really important to anyone in network marketing and that is learning and growth, but even more important is taking that learning and turning it into action.
This week Eric gives us some straight talk about choosing your hard, especially if you are an entrepreneur or want to become one. People tell him all the time, 'building a business is hard. Network marketing is hard. Motivating myself is hard.' But what most people want to do, is they want to avoid 'hard.' They want to avoid the things that are difficult, the things that are challenging them, the things that are pushing them.