Today Max and I walked past a neighbor who asked, “Who’s walking who?” “Oh definitely, Max is taking me for
We are fearfully and wonderfully made. What do you suppose made King David say that in Psalm 139? He didn’t
I am waiting for God to work as I continue to work. I have sought His direction and now I wait for Him. I take my strength from focusing on God. Knowing that I am in the right place, doing the right thing, I confidently wait to see the results. Even though the last person said “no”, the next person will say “yes.” Even though someone else rank advanced, I am confident that God is working to bless me.
You don’t need to develop a crazy unique selling proposition
You just need to be the person who’s willing to stand for the needs of other people first.
And to be the person who’s willing to hop on the phone and actually listen to people.
Because guess what?
Even though there are other networkers using this strategy…
There aren’t many willing to hop on the phone, who are building online
You’ll very likely be the first person who’s ever hopped on the phone with your prospects, so you’ll automatically be different from everyone else in their mind
I find an unexpected benefit from using the internet. Because I have that resource, I don’t feel like I need to sign up anyone.
I feel free to talk to people about what they were interested in. As I do that I can truly focus on what they need without being influenced by my need.
The fact is the bigger your list is, the more you are free to focus on the needs of the people you talk to. The more you focus on their needs, the more likely you are to find the people who need to join you.
Building a business is hard enough without the baggage some people have. Certainly, there are heart warming stories of network marketing transforming people; you may want to cut someone slack if you see a diamond in the rough. Just keep in mind that you are the one who will have to work with them through the process.
Consider this. Be strong and courageous has been spoken to people taking on a huge challenge over and over.
Moses said it to Joshua as he was handing over command of the nation of Israel. Deuteronomy 31: 6, 7; Deuteronomy 31:23
God said it to Joshua as he was taking command of Israel. Joshua 1:6, 7, 9
The leaders of Israel said it to Joshua as he was taking command of Israel. Joshua 1:18
Joshua said it to military leaders after they had defeated five enemy kings and were facing the future challenge to gain the promised land. Joshua 10:25
David said it to Solomon when he was about to become king of Israel. 1 Chronicles 22:15; 28:20
King Hezekiah said it to military leaders when the Assyrian army attacked the nation of Israel. 2 Chronicles 32:7
After your commute, work day, cooking, cleaning, taking care of the kids, walking the dog, and maybe squeezing in a few loads of laundry, working out is the last thing you want to do. Getting to the gym just eats up more of your day: you’ve got to change, drive to the gym, do your workout, drive back, and then shower. We get how impossible and frustrating it may seem to squeeze in a workout routine, but luckily there are options. And they don’t involve the gym.
Andrew Draughon is the Director of Content at Elite Marketing Pro. Yet not long ago Andrew was hauling shingles and hanging drywall for paltry wages in the frigid winters of upstate Pennsylvania. Making the decision to never wake up before sunrise in sub-zero weather again, Andrew moved to Florida, discovered his passion for marketing, and has been working via his laptop ever since.
When I have a customer thank me I share that on Facebook. I consider it one of the best perks of what I do.
I have a customer who believes my product saved his life. Another thanks me for sharing it with her; she says she can do what she does to help others because of it.
Those kind of comments are every bit as good as the commissions.