When approaching people about your new Network Marketing venture, we can sometimes be intimidated by the notion that we don’t have any credibility. After all, we’ve had no results let alone successes to support any argument for your prospect to come look at your presentation. Continue reading “What to do when you don’t have credibility in your Network Marketing business”
In Part 1 of this series we explored the notion that it really doesn’t take much more than a bit of creative thinking to figure out where to meet new people and “grow your list”. But what do we do once we’ve put ourselves in situations of potential interaction?
Typically what I’ve seen in the past and what I myself have been guilty of is a go for the jugular mindset when “prospecting” – pitching every stranger within reach on your products and business. And of course without having developed any rapport, results are nothing short of abysmal. Continue reading “Prospecting Tips: Part 2 – What to say to Prospects”
When it comes to getting the word out about your network marketing products and opportunity, I believe wholeheartedly that there’s no such thing as having talked to everyone you know and exhausting your “list”. However, I also strongly believe in the need to continually growing that list and adding new people into your circle. Our profession is called NETWORK Marketing after all.
Now if you’re anything like me, the idea of having to meet new people and make new friends is enough to trigger cold sweats and night terrors. But it’s a reality I had to accept if I really wanted to succeed in this profession. Was it difficult? Sure. But I wasn’t willing to let my weaknesses get in the way of my goals. And you know what? Facing those fears has most definitely been worth it.
So, where to start?
You hear it everyday in Network Marketing. Your new team member giddy over having caught the interest of a “high-value” prospect, a “super-qualified” individual, a “very influential” acquaintance, a friend with a “large network” – a BIG FISH. Continue reading “Profile of the Ideal Network Marketing Prospect”