In the traditional business world, people think having a BIG business with a bunch of resources…
…such as being able to hire the best, pay signing bonuses, issue stocks galore, cut enormous paychecks, and provide outrageous perks…
…all SEEM like unfair advantages large corporations have over the “little guy.”
But in actuality, being small has its own advantages.
I’m currently reading book titled, The Road Less Stupid, by a personal mentor, Keith Cunningham and a chapter in his phenomenal book has inspired me to write about this topic.
Keith, if you’re not familiar, is essentially the “Rich Dad” from the popular Rich Dad, Poor Dad books, and he is neither Hawaiian nor the father of Robert Kiyosaki’s childhood friend.
However, some of his teachings or a version of his original teachings—including what we know as the “Cashflow Quadrant”—were attributed to the fictional “Rich Dad” character in Kiyosaki’s books.
Anyway, in The Road Less Stupid, Keith talks about some of the advantages of being a small company…
How would you like to learn the all-time #1, time-tested social media post formula for attracting red-hot, ready-to-buy (or ready-to join) prospects into your business?
Because that’s what I’m about to reveal.
This formula works whether you’re posting on your personal Facebook profile, running an ad, or posting on your fan page.
Honestly, regardless of the medium you’re using to communicate…
Recently, I was invited to be a keynote speaker at a secret meeting, organized by a cadre of top leaders from a large and well-known network marketing company.
The training I was asked to deliver?
How to successfully build a network marketing business online…in a serious way.
More importantly, I revealed the current state of network marketing, and what it takes to be considered a REAL leader inside this profession today.
Hint: even strategies that worked a just few short years ago are no longer as effective…
If you want to be successful in network marketing, you must answer this dead-serious question:
Are you embarrassed to be involved in the network marketing industry?
It’s critical to be honest, because your answer has everything to do with the results (or lack thereof) you’ll achieve in your business.
Okay, so what’s your answer?
To put it bluntly…
It doesn’t matter if people are still successfully building their network marketing businesses using tired, old strategies like home parties and hotel meetings.
That simply isn’t a valid objection to online recruiting methods.
I’ll explain why it a moment.
And look, I’m not here to knock these old strategies or be critical in any way; I’m just making a rational argument for moving into the future (…and by future, I honestly mean the present).
In this post, I’m going to share some private conversations I’ve had with top earners in the industry.
And I’ll explain why…