10 irrefutable laws of Network Marketing:Part 2

10 irrefutable laws of Network Marketing : Part 2

Yesterday, we read about first 5 irrefutable laws of Network Marketing, today we are going to talk about remaining 5 laws. You can refer to previous article here

6.Show them the way.

Once someone is motivated to move, they will take direction. Why not? Your wisdom, experience and position in the organization is what they need to get what they want.
Take advantage of your posture and show them exactly what they need to do. Use examples people who they know who can do well.
Show them their plan. Show them their money. Show them what they must do to get their money. If you don’t show them, they will not do what they need to do and you have wasted their time and yours.

7.Wait for no man or woman.

Make unreasonable requests. This will sort out who will work with you and who will not. You must ask people to do what must be done. Stretch them. Give them the opportunity to succeed or fail out of choice versus merely decaying over time right in front of you. Some people would rather whine than work. They would rather tell stories than succeed. They would rather keep you waiting on them as they “get around to it.” These are the Vampires of Network Marketing. They will suck the life out of you with their procrastination and excuses and brilliant ability to find ways for things not to work.

It is much easier for them to justify their commitment to mediocrity if you stay down with them. Cast them off. And if they happen to be friends and family, keep them as such—and out of your business.

8.Manage your motivation.

Motivation is the secret to success. When you are on fire about the inevitability of your quest you will be enthusiastic, courageous, energetic, persistent and creative. These are the fundamentals of get-ting things done and attracting the things you need. When you are in a funk, you repel what you need and you do just the opposite actions from what you need to be doing.
When you are on fire success is easy, natural and fun. You get lucky and stay lucky.

9.Get your car over the hill.

There is a lot of inertia in launching a network. The analogy is like pushing a car up a hill. It takes proportionally far more energy just to
get it rolling than at any other time, and it takes a continued Herculean effort to keep it going uphill. And what happens if you stop to rest?
Right, you get run over and have to start over. And what happens when you stay after it and do whatever it takes to get to the top of the hill? Right, it starts rolling on its own and it would take another Herculean effort just to stop it.

10.Lead like your life depended on it.

And the rest of your life—the part you may have been missing up to now—does depend on it, too. In a successful Network Marketing
career, first comes massive action and development, then comes massive money and then comes … Life Beyond Money. A life where you are present to those you love; life with the freedom to do what you want, where you want, with whom you want and the peace of knowing that you have crested the hill and although there will still be bumps in your road you are on the good slope.

Network Marketing is like herding cats. Your job is to inspire a whole bunch of people to do something they are not normally inclined to do on their own and keep them doing it—thousands of them. Imagine herding thousands of cats to the Promised Land. You would need to be one heck of a trail boss yourself, and you would also need a lot of good hands to help you. Your leadership and your
ability to inspire and develop it in others will determine how far you go and how self-sustaining it is when you get there.

Network Marketing is a brilliant career choice whether you choose it at the age of 20, 40 or 80. Done smartly, you can be done in Four
Years and then you get to design your Life Beyond Money. Dreams Found.

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10 irrefutable laws of Network Marketing

10 irrefutable laws of Network Marketing

1. Use and love your product.

Although you must focus on enrolling others in the opportunity in order to build a large network, a large portion of your credibility and integrity in doing so will be your passion for your products. The more you love them, the more you will talk about them and the more your whole network will use and sell them.

2. Own the concept of Network Marketing.

Most prospects have a strong opinion about this concept. They own their perception of what it is. They have conviction about it. If you are weak on your ownership of Network Marketing they will influence you versus you influencing them. One too many times of them influencing you and you are out of the game. You must have some successes – and have them quickly – to shore up your confidence.
Study everything you can find on exactly how and why Network Marketing is an extraordinary wealth-building concept. Study those who have done it. Master their stories and their strategies.

3. Learn to believe that everyone is a prospect.

They don’t think they are. They are probably not even looking for anything. But ask yourself this question: If everyone knew what you knew, would they get involved? The answer is: Of course. So what is missing? They just don’t know about it. What if you could let them peek into your mind and into your heart to see it how you see it? Would they get involved? Yes, most of them would, and the ones who
would not would pass in a way that championed you (not rejected you) and appreciated you for offering.

4. Ask easy curiosity questions.

The more you know about your prospects, the easier it is for you to design an offer they will not choose to refuse. Find out what is important to people. What do they love? What do they want more of in life? What do they want less of? Start with where they live (if
you don’t know). What do they like about it? What don’t they like about it? Where would they live if they could move? What is holding them back? Ask about their work. How long have they been doing it? What do they like and dislike about it? What is holding them back from doing something they love?

5. Ask them to imagine.

Walt Disney was probably the last one to inspire them to imagine. It is our ability to imagine some-thing that is not actually present in our lives that allows us to become inspired. Imagining a more peaceful, fun-filled, loving, abundant life changes our body chemistry immediately, whether we want it to or not. Imagining something specific that we like and don’t now have gives us a positive energy (motivation) to act; to choose to prioritize, to change and to embrace something like a new business that just five minutes ago we would have sworn we would never do. Ask them to imagine getting a check for $1,000 (or whatever amount you have learned will motivate them) every month like clockwork.

Remaining five laws will be discussed in the next post. Stay tuned.

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How To Separate The ‘Diamonds’ From The Glass ?

 How To Separate The ‘Diamonds’ From The Glass ?

How do you identify serious builders for your network marketing opportunity?

Simple.

Interview your prospects, ask them questions and make them convince you that they’re someone you should be investing your time and effort with.

Just because someone is “interested” doesn’t mean they’re a good prospect.

When companies hire for key level positions, the don’t just hire people who walk in the door and say they’re “interested” in working there, or willing to listen to the offer the company has for them.

No.

They interview those candidates hard, and so should we.

Ask questions and invite prospects to convince you why he (or she) would be someone you would want to work with. If they’re not, you are more than willing to disqualify them and move on to your next prospect. How to attract more prospects, learn more here

 

 

 

 

So what kind of questions should you ask?

Start off with background questions to get a feel for who they are… then begin digging for why they want a business at this time in their life, and what a successful business is going to do for them.

1) What do you do for a living? How long have you been doing that? How do you like?

2) Have you ever owned your own business?

3) What kind of income are you looking to generate?

4) Beyond money, what’s making you investigate a business venture at this time in your life? (this is tough for some people to answer, but it’s important. I want to know what’s driving them)

5) What kind of time will you put into working your business? (If they’ve got big goals but can only put in 3 hours a week, then you gotta seriously doubt their commitment level).

These questions a just examples and not meant to be a script. The whole idea is to uncover who it is you’re really talking to. Are they curious or serious? Do they have goals and if so, how committed are they to reaching them? What’s driving that commitment?

Are your prospects giving you “pat answers“? If so, challenge them! Say, “you know Dave, you’re giving me all the right answers but I’m not hearing any real commitment behind them… what am I missing?”

Put it back on them… remember, they have to convince you that they’re a good prospect for your team. We’re not in the convincing business, we’re in the interview business. Watch free video on how to sponsor 20-25 people per month.

Learn to be a great listener and listen to what they’re really saying, not just what their words say.

It’s “what’s driving them” that matters the most.

Listen for that and ask questions to uncover it.

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Mindset : Foundation of success in Network Marketing

Mindset : Foundation of success in Network Marketing

I want to share something that can instantly impact your sponsoring success. This is a foundation called: Mindset

When it comes to sponsoring, MINDSET reigns supreme.

All strategies work like a charm, but for them to work they must be applied with the proper mindset.

It’s what separates the amateurs from the pros and the good news is: mindset is something you can rapidly develop even if you’re just starting out.

First, let’s take a moment and define “mindset” as it applies to sponsoring.

Mindset is simply your “state of mind” (what’s going on in your head) when you’re speaking with a prospect.

It’s what you’re saying to yourself… and the good news is, with a little practice it’s easy to control it and make it work for you.

Let me explain.

Many people approach prospects with the wrong mindset.

They’re thinking: “I hope this guy will be interested in what I have to say”, or “I hope I can get this person into my business”.

Not good.

Your prospect will instantly sense your desperation.

And it gets worse: many networkers actually verbalize these thought and say things to prospects like: “Dave , will you do me a favor and look at my opportunity”?

What??

Think about it. Why should they do a favor?

Such an approach virtually insures you’ll fail.

Here’s a better way:

Instead of thinking “I hope I can get this guy”… try adopting a mindset like: “is this someone who deserves my time?

Instead of: “I hope I can get this person for my business”, you want to be thinking something like this: “if this gal qualifies, she’s going to be very glad she met me.”

When speaking with prospects, never ask someone: “will you do me a favor?”

Why the heck should they?

Instead, your mindset should be: “Dave, you’re a sharp guy and someone I feel I could work with. I’m going to do you a favour and give you access to some information. Take some time this afternoon and review it carefully, and let’s talk again this evening”.

Your mindset should always be: you’ve got the cookie (that is to say, you’ve got what they need – i.e. your product, your service, your opportunity that can change their lifestyle), and your prospect needs you more than you need them.

No matter how many (or few) people you have in your enterprise you must NEVER come across desperate. If you do, your prospects will sense it and run.

So, how do you avoid coming across desperate? Learn effortless sponsoring here

Simple.

Stuff lots of prospects in your pipeline. How many? More than you can possible call or visit on any given day or week.

Keeping your pipeline full insures that no one prospect becomes so important that you project need or desperation.

There are many places to find/develop high quality prospects for your venture both on and off the net, learn the sponsoring secrets here

When it comes to mindset, remember this: you have the cookie.

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The Power Of Stories

The Power Of Stories

What is it that triggers a prospect’s desire to join us in our network marketing venture?

  • Our company’s stellar growth?
  • Is it compensation plan?
  • The amazing facts we can sketch out on a white board?
  • Is it the money ?

No. It is not.

It’s emotion. Emotional appeals win out over “factual” presentations time and time again.

Even diehard “skeptics” (who you’d think would be the most likely to be “won over” by the facts) end up responding to emotional appeals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marketing Expert Seth Godin writes:

“…You must tell a story, not give a lecture. Mere proof isn’t enough. You win when the juror proves to himself that your version is the correct one. The process of discovery is more powerful than being told the right answer – because of course there is no right answer, and even if there were, the [juror] wouldn’t believe you! During opening statement, tell a compelling story. Arrange the facts in such a way that the jurors reach your conclusion on their own.”

Facts are important, but they’re used by our prospects later in the process to justify the decision that they’ve already made.

Here’s how we can use this information to increase our sponsoring:

When speaking with prospects, we can share with them how our business has impacted our life. If you’re brand new in the business, talk with them about how it feels to be on the road to financial independence or lifestyle freedom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can also share your upline’s story with them or better yet introduce them to your upline and let them hear their story first hand.

Stories help us inspire others and give them hope.

Use them. They can and will make all the difference in your sponsoring success. Here the secret to skyrocket your sponsoring.

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