I admit it. I wasn’t as diligent as I should have been building my network marketing team. I wasn’t diligent in following “the plan.” You know. “The Plan” that included making a list of everyone I knew. Call them. Get them in front of their computer and watch a video. And, I wasn’t supposed to answer any of their questions. I learned techniques that felt very much like manipulation. I felt like Conniving Connie after making a call or two. Then I’d go to a training event and I’d think . . . It is a good product. One that everyone needs. I would have said no before I watched the video. Yada. Yada. Yada.
It was an excellent example of attraction marketing. It led me to the mentoring and training community that has nurtured me as I grow as an attraction marketer. It said something like
Want to write more effective Facebook posts and ads? …the kind that demand attention, encourage your audience to take immediate action, and warm cold prospects into hot, ready-to-buy customers? Well, you're in
No I didn't want to join one of those things to supplement my social security when I retired to care for Mom. But God had other plans. So, I made my list
I was an internet introvert. I admit it. I ignored friend requests. I created a minimal Linked In presence but then ignored it. And Twitter only allowed how many characters??? They didn’t
Family and friends can be hurtful when they say no.What a relief it was to learn that there is a way to build a business without ever calling them.My good