Why is everything in the MLM profession so damn cheap?
The cost to “get started” as a distributor in most companies is under $500. Most come with no formal training, or training that simply is not enough and made to look to easy so it’s attractive.
If you want to learn how to do Internet Marketing, most of the quality courses average $1,500. Just to be trained on one of the popular tools, InfusionSoft will set you back
Everyone is competing for both your time and money. Yes, I’m all for learning new stuff (I read at least two books a week and buy tons of stuff). I am all for buying products and services from other people in the Network Marketing Profession, but not at the expense of generating new business for myself.
Here’s three areas you need to know when to say “No”:
Here’s a short interview with Jack Canfield, author of “The Success Principles” and co-author of the “Chicken Soup For The Soul” series. We cover three important tips for building your Network Marketing Business and a sneak peek inside the upcoming tenth anniversary edition of “The Success Principles”
Remember the good ole days when you can sell straight from an advertisement and instantly measure results?
Remember when you can spend $10,000 on a campaign and know right away whether or not it worked and what aspects to tweak?
Remember when the Guru’s of yesterday said,
Last night I was browsing one of my favorite (and extremely popular) Facebook marketing groups and felt compelled to friend someone in the group and start a private conversation. The thread had to do with mailing lists for direct mail.
The individual seeking advice was looking to do
This is going to be short, but very profound.
This past Saturday night I had the opportunity to chat with Ken Kragen (creator and organizer of “We are the World”, “Hands Across America”, and “NetAid” — just three of his long list of huge achievements).
What can we learn from one of the world’s
A recent survey from a sales and marketing research firm revealed that “how to master the telephone” was the single most challenging activity for direct sales and marketing professionals. For some, fear of the phone and telephone prospecting techniques are on par with
If you have been doing telephone prospecting for a while, you have probably used some variation of the thermometer close. It goes like this:
First, you establish a relationship with your prospect, then send them to your presentation (usually a video). At that time you
Let’s face it. We are not all the same. Some of you have more money than others (which buys you leverage for prospecting leads, systems, etc…), some of you have more experience (which lets you leverage that to quicker growth if you are starting in a new