Why You Go

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Last post we talked about why you tell your story at events.  Now let’s look at another issue:

Why you go.

You go because that’s your job.  That’s what successful people in the business do.

It doesn’t matter if the only prospect you had coming canceled.  The room needs your energy.  Your team needs to see you there.

Sometimes you need the meeting.  Sometimes the meeting needs you.

– RG

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  1. Edifying the Team
  2. Have a Meeting!
  3. Paint the Picture of Good
  4. Time for a Checkup

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9 Comments on “Why You Go”

  1. Vicki says:

    I call it commitment!

  2. How true….we need the meeting when we are feeling down. When we are up, others need us. That’s the nature of MLM.

  3. Joe says:

    When the times get tough, the tough get Going….. To EVENTS!!!!

  4. ROBERTO says:

    I call it my job. my

  5. If you r in MLM business Thats part of your Job.Period!

    You need to be there the same as when you need to go to the office every day!

  6. Dan Rice says:

    Never have only one prospect coming. The rule of thumb that has served me well is invite 3 times as many as you want in attendance.

  7. Raymond says:

    November 21,2011 at 8:26 PM

    My Moto is ‘Keep Matching On Lad’


  8. Lea Sedan says:

    Hey Randy,

    We continue to go even if have only one prospect coming,because when this
    prospect chose to come, he dedicated his time,give up another of his alternative
    in rhis time, and came,because you had invited him.Because of this
    the meeting needs you

  9. suzanne says:


    This business with meetings, events bundled in, is a marathon not a sprint.
    I kind of look forward to be there because I am afraid I’ll miss something important to my life or business. Sometimes, I need to prioritize as we are all living in this busy planet.

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