Here’s the truth…
MOST personal development gurus are ridiculously ineffective at helping you get the results you want in your network marketing business.
There, I said it.
(Yeah, this includes whoever you’re thinking of right now when I say the words “personal development guru.”)
I know this is controversial and flies in the face of what even their followers might want to believe about them.
But here’s the bottom line…
It’s common for new people in our profession to innocently and naively ask some version of this question, which on it’s surface, seems like a reasonable question to ask, and you may think you know what the answer is…
“What do I need to do now to earn money quickly!? Just tell me what to do; show me step-by-step, ’cause I need to make money now.”
However, to a seasoned network marketing leader, this question actually reveals a lot about your new team member and their frame of mind, and if answered effectively, it could be sowing the seeds for creating a new, loyal, never-quit type leader in your organization.
But if you answer this question in the wrong way (as most will do), you will most likely be guaranteeing this new recruit will eventually fail at network marketing and quit on you, as most network marketers do.
So what is the right answer? Here’s a hint…
Network marketing has a hierarchy.
People who have built massive organizations and reached Platinum, Triple Diamond, or whatever they’re calling it, are at the top.
The middle of the hierarchy contains people like my friend – putting in the time, building their organizations one rep at a time, and experiencing some degree of success.
The bottom of the hierarchy consists of new reps and all those who aren’t actually doing anything to build or grow their businesses.
The question is this…
Do those lower levels of the “pyramid” actually subsidize their upline’s success?
Do people succeed at other people’s expense?
The answer might surprise – or shock – you.
You might be sitting there self-righteously thinking, “My success will never come at other people’s expense.”
And here’s my answer for you…
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…the kind that demand attention, encourage your audience to take action, and warm cold prospects into ready-to-buy customers?
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You’re about to learn why blindly implementing your upline’s formula for success (and taking their advice) is statistically likely to result in miserable and humiliating FAILURE.
Unfortunate, yet true.
Luckily it doesn’t have to be this way!
Click “Read More” to watch the video below and you can learn exactly how to AVOID this happening to you…