The Truth About Network Marketing

In this post I talk about the truth about network marketing.  The good, bad and the ugly.  Network Marketing is one of the simplest, yet hardest businesses out there. Most people spend more time figuring out feel good stuff that doesn’t help build their business then doing the work.  If more people spend more time reaching out to people and seeing if they are open, and not caring on the result, a lot more would be accomplished.  Don’t worry about the next level things until you recruited a few people.  The key is not becoming attracted to the outcome and to focus on the numbers every single day.  Talk to 10 people a day, add 10 more people every day. Keep on filling the pipeline. Pros don’t care if someone doesn’t join, it just means they are closer to getting someone to. Once you get one person you can get one thousand, its just about your mindset and persistence.

Just to put things into perspective in the truth about network marketing… Major Baseball is worth approximately $36 Billion dollars.  The coffee industry is worth approximately $100 billion.   The video game industry is worth approximately $107 billion.  The Network Marketing industry is worth $178 billion.  So that being said, don’t think that just because people have a bad taste or haven’t been taught the right way to do it, that is doesn’t work.  It is one of the biggest industries in the world!  Invest in yourself and become the leader you need to be to get a piece of the pie.  Network Marketing is personal development in disguise.  If you found the truth about network marketing helpful, please feel free to share and like.


Keep on growing,


Michael Faller


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