A myriad of competition, e.g., other opportunities, the internet, TV, video games, iPhones, sports, romantic interests, family activities, and church to name few, are merely outward symptoms for what’s going
As in any profession or industry, there are always exceptions to the rule . . . MLM notwithstanding. Every company has its “Poster Child” so to speak, that makes it to the top tier of the compensation plan. In many cases though, the poster child is chosen, helped, and exploited as a deceptive way to attract new,
Your prospects are going to ask, “Is this one of those pyramid thingies?”.
When I started out as a newbie back in 1987, I gave a totally wrong answer — “Well, it works like that, except we have a real product and….”. That didn’t work out very well and I quickly revised my approach to defending the MLM profession (and the company
The first five of ten commandments of MLM were posted last week over here. Here are the rest:
6. Thou Shalt not Blame your Company or your Upline
You and ONLY YOU are responsible for what happens in your business. If you have built solid skills over time and continue to improve yourself, your business will improve. Now I can hear you saying, “But Au contraire Mike, I promoted XYZ MLM company for 6 months and they went out of business (or got shut down)”.
Last week’s Rodeo Drive post showed why building rapport is important. Today, let’s take a skill taught by one of the world’s best copywriters, John Carlton. He calls it digging deep and uses it