Saturday, January 15, 2011

7 Laws of MLM Success

Here’s an interesting post today. No long lesson, but some things that have been bouncing around in my brain all week. I believe these seven things are critical foundational principles of what we do.

1) Building long distance isn’t an expense, it’s an investment. The expensive thing is not doing it. You don’t have a viable business until it is diversified in many different markets.

2) People don’t expect you to be perfect, but they expect you to be pursuing excellence. If you model that, they’ll want to run with you.

3) Everyone has a sponsor that thought highly of you. Now your job is to think highly of yourself and pay it forward to someone else.

4) People don’t join our business because of information. If it was that simple, all we would have to do would be handing out DVDs at the mall. They join because they believe in you as a partner for their success.

5) People don’t stay in just because they like the products or are even making money. What keeps people in the business is when they see you working down in their group, partnering with them for success.

6) When your dream is bold enough and real to you, outside factors no longer matter. But you are surrounded by people that give you permission to stay where you are. So you must feed your dream daily.

7) The business is not easy; it is not supposed to be. If it was, there would be no one left to work the jobs. But the business is simple. And the simpler you keep it, the faster you will duplicate. Millions of jobs are being eliminated today. So stay true to a simple duplicable system, build your way out of your job, and leave it for someone that doesn’t have a dream.