We like to say that success in MLM is about your list. That’s true, but probably not in the way you think. Because the objective here is not to have a big LIST, but to have a big TEAM.
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It’s 4:30 am in Prague. I should be sound asleep, resting to present to 1,500 people tomorrow. Instead I’m on California time, so after laying awake for two hours, I got up to write you. On a very important subject: How you breakthrough and reach new ranks.
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Let’s be real: The Network Marketing business isn’t easy. It’s actually pretty simple, but it’s not easy.
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This is the final post in our series about overcoming fear. If you haven’t read the first three articles, they are on overcoming fear of success, fear of failure, and fear of rejection. Now let’s conclude with three very important points I want to share with you about fear in general.
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You’re afraid to call. You’re afraid to bring it up in person. You’re afraid to approach those really powerful prospects on your candidate list.
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Okay you’re scared. You’re afraid you’ll fail in your network marketing business. But just how rational is that?
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So what scares you the most? Fear of being rejected? Fear of failure?
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Here’s something you may not know about actor Henry Fonda: He had tremendous stage fright. When he was starring in Broadway shows, he would literally vomit in a bucket backstage, clean up, then go out and deliver a virtuoso performance.
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So what makes you an MLM Rock Star – a team leader who has active duplication going on, new leaders bubbling up, and group volume that increases? What makes you great in this business?
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It’s that time of year again. People are reflecting on their lack of progress, the goals they didn’t meet, and looking for why it wasn’t their own fault.
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