We’re at the lost post on our series of the seven actions that separate average team members in network marketing from team leaders. (If you missed the first six, you can find them here.) Action number seven is…
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Beliefs are a fascinating thing. The right ones can empower you. The wrong ones can enslave you.
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Let’s talk about culture. Not the opera, ballet, and tuxedo type of culture. But the culture you must set in order to create a powerful, energized team…
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So you have some interesting business-building theories you want to train your team on. But that’s not going to work…
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If you want to be a leader in our profession and build a large team, you have to kill distractions. Relentlessly.
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If I wake you up at 3 am, shine a flashlight in your face and ask you to do a 30-minute training on inviting skills – could you do it?
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Okay you earned a free bonus car. Your mother is proud of you. But we don’t really care.
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Let’s continue our series on the latest challenges we are facing in network marketing, and my self-proclaimed “new rules” for how we have to do the business. (If you missed the first four, make sure to go back and read them here.)
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Let’s pick up where we left off, on the new rules for how we need to conduct and promote our business. (If you didn’t read New Rules One and Two and New Rule Three yet – I suggest you go back and read those first.)
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Let’s pick up where we left off last post, on the new rules for how we need to conduct and promote our business. (If you didn’t read that yet – I suggest you go back and read that first.) As most of you know, the company I worked with for the last ten years was sold. And I wasn’t comfortable with the direction the new owners were taking it, so I walked away.
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