Networking has changed, are you changing with it? There is an estimated 20 million people in network marketing in the US and substantially more worldwide. This is an exciting statistic if you look at what it really means. What I think it means is that there are a whole lot of people who believe in MLM as a means of doing business or a means of creating an income stream.
The real problem is that about 95% never make any money. But do you know why? I do. Its because the old methods do not work in 2009. When you approach your friends, co-workers family and even perfect strangers about a business opportunity most are not interested. Here’s why. With your friends, co-workers and family you have no credibility even if you are doing well. They know you, or at least they think they do. Its even worse with strangers, they don’t know you and how do you know what they are thinking. They may have zero ambition whatsoever. But your up line tells you to contact anyone and everyone. Not only is this stupid advice it doesn’t do anything but create huge amounts of frustration for you and make people try to avoid you because they have no desire to change. The startling reality is that most people want more but very few are willing to do anything about it. So your job as a networker is to find those people. This can be an impossible task if your are networking with the old methods. I am going to give you a secret. People are looking every single day for opportunity. Why not have those people find you instead of you looking for them. It sounds simple and is if you do it right. World renowned author and networker, Ann Sieg has done it again with The Network Marketer’s Manifesto. Ann wrote the free e-book The 7 Great Lies of Network Marketing and The Renegade Network Marketer which sold hundreds of thousands of copies. But now you can see her latest work for free but you can only get it this free for a limited time. You can Click Here or on one of the banners on this page. Contact me with any questions you may have at firstname.lastname@example.org