Let’s talk for a moment about our habits as networkers and how we ourselves can make the industry a little better. Sometimes we may lose our enthusiasm, and there are habits that don’t benefit us personally as networkers, as well as other colleagues or ours.
This goes about how we convey what Network Marketing means in our own words and or with our actions. And I say this because it’s true that your colleagues in the industry may at some point have said something not very beneficial for encouraging people to take the business seriously. Even I probably made some mistakes at the beginning, like everyone else. You may as well.
– Don’t overpraise.
Network Marketing is wonderful, I know. I know it because I live with it every day, and it is one of the best decisions I could ever make. It changed my life completely, and now I have a life that I couldn’t not even have dared to dream about.
But I didn’t achieve it in the first month. Neither in the second. Neither in the third… What I mean is that you shouldn’t say that it’s easy, because it’s not. Network Marketing is something wonderful, but for those who are willing to invest time, patience, a lot of effort and desire to learn for months. It may be worth speaking about the harsh reality and to frighten those who won’t be able to cope with it so as not to keep discouraging people who don’t realize that they are only in the process of learning, that they are not doing badly or this business is not for them.
– Meet people, but don’t chase them.
You must be open to meeting many people, creating contacts and building relationships. But both you and the person should be open to it. So if you see that someone is reluctant to the idea, it’s better not to insist. It may be difficult for you at first to distinguish between someone who has really been busy the last three times you were to talk and someone who don’t want to talk. A clue: if you are really interested in something, you’re never busy enough to dedicate it a few minutes of your time. In addition, we must differentiate between being persevering and being annoying, which is something we don’t want to be.
– Don’t argue, it doesn’t work.
You know that your business works. When you find someone who, besides not having any interest, insists that it’s not a real job or that it’s not a legitimate business, it’s better to turn away and spend your time doing something more productive. Because that person will not change their mind, no matter how much information you give them.
This type of narrow-minded people focused only on their own opinion exist in almost any subject. There are people who can deny that gravity exists, even if you keep dropping things to the ground in front of their own eyes. You’re not going to get them to change, but you might lose your temper, which doesn’t suit you at all. You know that they are wrong, so that’s all, keep living your life and building your business.
– Online and Offline Control.
Basic manners: Don’t enter into arguments, don’t disqualify or rage against another company of the same sector. And don’t post things on the Internet without control and in a massive and invasive way. I know you want to make contacts, but that will only scare them.
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