We have all heard the saying Location, Location, Location as the Real Estate call. I briefly want to review the Joint Venture call as now, Collaborate, Collaborate, Collaborate. On the surface, Joint Ventures don’t sound really complicated. Most people understand the idea of working with others.However, when you’ve been around awhile in business, there is […]
Sitting through a rather large training with Instagram this week, got me thinking about business today and what would I do differently, knowing what I know now. Curiously, I dug deep through my books to find a great marketing training I attended some time back. As I read these lines from this marketing book…and it […]
Have you heard the quote from one of our greatest business leaders Eric Worre… We Have A Better Way! Yes, Eric is referring to our growing powerful industry of Network Marketing, which we all know has been around for years and years. It may also be referred to as Direct Sales, Networking, Referral Marketing, MLM […]
And then it dawned on me…. The quality of your life is in direct proportion to your ability to communicate. This was a lightbulb moment for me…Too often we think everybody is a prospective customer or prospect. As I was reading those words and speaking with my coach as he looked over my marketing, I […]
The other day when I was walking my dog Scruff, I realized quickly how much I had zoned out. Yes, I was thinking about all the money I have spent, learning to build a business online! And then it hit me! One of those damn Bougainvillea branches growing like a wild octopus tentacle over […]
In MLM, it’s not what you know, or even who you know. It’s actually more about who knows you. If you’re at all serious, you’ve got a list of subscribers to your blog, an RSS feed, an email newsletter or other services. Whether 10 you’ve got just 10 people on your list or 10,000, the object of the game is to build your list! After all, you’ve probably heard a thousand times…
Building a profitable MLM business to earn a steady $500 to $1000 every month can be difficult. You’ve got to consistently sell products and recruit new team members to make that happen.
Do you think that your low sales and inability to recruit new team members are a product of someone interfering with YOUR efforts? Are you constantly blaming other people for your own failures? Is it your sponsor’s fault? The product’s fault? The company’s fault?