Every good network marketing sponsor wants to train their people to succeed and achieve goals together so that everyone succeeds – it is in everyone’s interest. But what kind of network marketing training is available and is it worth wasting time?
In many cases, the first training for a new distributor it is to meet up and go through the products and the marketing system together with the sponsor – important matters themselves. Then it is time to teach how to talk to people about the founder of the company, where the company is placed and how long it has operated and all that kind of stuff.
Then it follows the next phase of education. The most important thing for success is to write a name list. This will continue as homework – at least 100 names but better to have 1500. You have to find out all the names from your past and present. Ready to start working? Call at least five people every day, ask for meeting for business presentation. – You will be soon busy!
Uncomfortable? NO – You WILL do it! You just have to believe in yourself and remember that every NO answer brings you closer to YES!
After a couple of days you’re frustrated. It seems that this is not about me – what is wrong with me I cannot do this? Where my dreams disappear? Why am I doing this? I want to stop the whole thing, but the sponsor will prompt to continue. Where can I find people who are willing to join the network?
What if some people join me – Am I able to help and train them?
Better Network Marketing and Leadership training
Would it be better to find another kind of network marketing training? Where you do not have the name list and play with friends and relatives. Learn how to get people to come to you and ask for help. The kind of people who really want to succeed in network marketing.
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Success In 10 Steps e-Book is a good start. You will find that failure MLM is not your fault!
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