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Feb222010

How To Avoid The Struggles In Network Marketing

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In this article you will identify with the typical struggles in network marketing. You will discover why independent training that is NOT from within your network marketing company will lead you to becoming more productive and successful.

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Your success and avoiding the struggles in network marketing comes down to 2 very simple things.

  1. You: What actions you take or don't take. Your frame of mind, and your consistent, productive marketing strategies or lack there of.

  2. Training: The training that you follow. Are you getting good advice, great information, and help when you need it?


Lets break that down: If you are working diligently, putting in the effort and the hours, and being consistent then the only reason you are having struggles in network marketing is within the training that you follow. If your network marketing business is not seeing steady growth ( I'm not talking about leaps and bounds) and you are implementing the advice given to you; then the training that you are getting is ineffective and lacks leverage.

Its a well known fact that the typical training that people receive from network marketing companies lacks core business and skill development fundamentals. This article is not about being judgmental and there is a good chance that the training you are receiving does in fact work. Its just that whatever you are doing that is not working needs to be tweaked. Most MLM companies are not staffed with trainers so the information that you receive is outdated.

This means you have to rely on your upline or sponsor. Most people who join an MLM company will follow the advice of their sponsor and, sad but true, the majority of distributors do not have success. If you are lucky and have a sponsor who is up to date and active with their downline then you have a winner. On the other hand, if your sponsor is not up to date or possibly one that drops out of the MLM business (Big numbers do) then you are left high and dry. Who do you turn to? That is why you need....

Independent Training To Avoid Struggles In Network Marketing

Why Independent training? Typically you are taught in network marketing to get out there and hit the pavement. Talk to more people. Don't come home until you've talked to 30 people, wear your pin, hang flyer's on car windshields, have a grand opening, etc., etc. Their approach is based on face to face confrontation and using the phone to contact leads that you are encouraged to purchase from them or a recommended source.

This is called prospecting. What they fail to teach you is how to position yourself in such a way that pre-qualified prospects seek you out because they want to hear more of what you have to say or offer.

One of the reasons you are experiencing struggles in network marketing is because you are not being taught the right skills and marketing techniques. Skills that position you as a professional to attract quality prospects to you so you can help them get what they want.

Instead you are being taught sneaky sales tactics to lure potential customers or prospects into possibly being interested in your offer and then they take it a step further and prepare you for the big NO. The rejection.

Sit back and think about this for a minute. When you were being prospected into doing business with your network marketing company what was the sales pitch? What carrot did they dangle in front of you? How were you lured into signing up?

Could it be this is easy anyone can do it? We will help you build your business. Or maybe it was the freedom that you will have to do what you want, when you want to, and have financial independence. If this is so easy and anyone can do this then why prepare you for rejection?

These sneaky tactics are nothing short of you building your network marketing business on a hope and a prayer. Your struggles in network marketing start right here. There is no way that everyone you know or talk with needs what you have to offer. But distributors are taught this and they most times believe that this how it is done.

Which means most of the people that you talk to about your opportunity see you as just another sales person trying to sell them something they don't need or want rather than being a solutions provider. Everyone is not your prospect.

You don't need to struggle in network marketing as long as the product, service, or opportunity is really good. And it should be if you are using it as your source of income. When you learn how to position yourself so prospects come to you when the time is right for them; there will be no need to ever prospect people into your business. No names lists, no flyer's, no surveys at the mall.

Independent training will teach you how to position yourself in the marketplace by educating you on the necessary skills and core fundamentals of real business marketing. Attracting prospects to you who are interested in what you have to offer because you hold the solution to their problem or needs.

One resource that I highly recommend and one that I continue to refer back to because of the sheer volume and pure value can be found by reading this special report. The Attraction Marketing Manifesto.

Success has a simple formula: do your best, and people may like it. Sam Ewing

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