Three Things You Need to Grow Your Network Marketing Business Online

Now, if you want to build your network marketing business online, here’s what you need to know…

First of all, the benefits are YYYYUUUGE!

You can generate fresh, qualified leads from wherever (and whenever) you please
You can end rejection forever by only talking to people who are highly interested in your offer
You don’t need to drive long hours, your startup costs are low, and your business works for you 24/7—without you ever having to pick up the phone!
The best part is that you don’t need to be “techie” or particularly good with computers to get started.

Three Mindset Gaps that Will Keep You Stuck and Sabotage Your Success

The 3 BIG, show-stopping mindset gaps are…

1. Thinking success is automatic.

Stop it! Right now!

It doesn’t matter who you are, where you’re from, what color you are, I don’t care.

Success is not going to come easy.

It’s going to take determination, hustle, drive, and consistency.

2. Focusing on your own problems, instead of the needs of your market.

Make it about them.

Become the education-provider, rather than the spammer.

3. Not thinking like a top earner.

You must start thinking like a top earner, even if it makes you uncomfortable.

Don’t worry if you don’t feel like you have value or anything to say.

Because like we’ve said…

Everybody has value to share!

Eight Ways You Might be “Torpedoing” Your Own Success

You’ve been building your network marketing organization, generating some leads, getting some sales, plugging right along.

There’s at least a little evidence you’re doing something right.

But your cash flow could be better, you could use a few more high-performing reps on your team, and predictable, consistent results are still elusive.

If that’s accurate, let me ask you a serious question…

Do you ever feel like there’s something preventing you from being as successful as you could be?

Look, even the heavy-hitters in this business ask themselves that very question, realizing that…

Are Facebook “Likes” Important for Marketing Your Network Marketing Business?

Okay, here’s the deal…

Likes are CRITICAL to you when you first start your page!
You might know you need about 100 likes on your page before you can start advertising.

Now, the reason for that, if you’re not aware, is there’s a lot of dodgy people out there in “Internet land.”

They’ll set up a page and want to advertise straight away.

It’s a huge red flag to Facebook if somebody sets up a Facebook page and starts advertising straight away, yet they have no fans or followers. 

So, you want to make sure you get those 100 likes first before you do any advertising!

The misconception that can happen, however, is an over-emphasis on how important likes are.

Do We Need More “Yes Men?

Our decision to join a network marketing business was a daring decision.

We were aware of what many people think about our profession. In fact, many of us still harbored some of that mindset when we joined.

And even though we knew what others thought, we joined.

That takes courage and strength. But most likely we have exhausted our reserve of courageous strength after calling a few of our family and friends who turn out to be no-men.

So, we need to hang out with more yes-men.

Freedom Lies in Being Bold!

Instead of trying to make your life perfect, give yourself the freedom to make it an adventure, and go ever upward. Drew Houston
No one is perfect. Those who succeed understand that and forgive themselves for their imperfections and “go ever upward.”

How do we do that?

Making calls to your best friend and the person on the top of your “chicken list.”

Doing a Facebook Live.

Going to the front of the room and doing a presentation.

Creating a business/fan page on Facebook.

How do we do those things? By doing them! We won’t be perfect – ever. And it’s okay. Plenty of imperfect people have become huge successes.

So can you. Get in your balloon and release the tether that holds you to the ground.

How to Effortlessly Attract More Prospects

He sat dead tired at the bar.
The last thing he wanted to do was to strike up conversations with strangers after a long day.

As he was sitting there, a guy started talking to him.

Jay thought to himself…

“Oh man, I don’t know if I can muster up the energy to carry on a conversation.”

So he just asked the guy a question…

“What do you do for a living?”

And then he just shut up and listened, genuinely interested in what the guy had to say.

He didn’t talk about himself at all.

When the guy finished answering, Jay would just ask another question.

And the guy would go on for another ten minutes.

After 45 minutes, Jay finally said…

“You know, I need to head up to my room and get some sleep, because I have another full day tomorrow.”

The guy said…

“I have met a lot of people in my travels, but you are one of the most interesting people I have ever met.”