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Network Marketing and Prospecting

Have you heard of the three foot rule? It comes from the idea that you should talk to everybody. Now, I think that is correct.  Talk, not pitch.  The idea of pitching to everyone within three feet assumes that everyone is a prospect.  That is not true.  Everyone is a suspect.  You suspect they are […]

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Network Marketing and the Sales Mindset

In network marketing, customers buy products or services. Distributors could be said to sell the same products or services. So certainly in one sense, sales is part of network marketing. The distinction comes when we consider what most people mean by the word “sell”. The most common definition is to persuade or induce someone to buy […]

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Network Marketing and the Lottery Midset

Network marketing is unlike any other business model. It requires a new paradigm in your thinking. When you begin a network marketing business, you are not an employee, but neither have you bought a lottery ticket. In a lottery only a handful of people win the big prize and everybody else buys a losing ticket. In […]

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Network marketing and the employee mindset

Last time, we talked about the cash flow quadrant. Most of us learned how to be an employee through our formal education. Because of that, we often carry the employee mindset into network marketing. An employee needs direction. The employee is told what to do, when to do it, and how much they will be […]

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Network Marketing and the Cash Flow Quadrant

Robert Kiyosaki , author of Rich Dad / Poor Dad, believes network marketing is a means to achieving wealth. In the Rich Dad’s CASHFLOW Quadrant: Rich Dad’s Guide to Financial Freedom , he explains the four income styles used by people today: The quadrant looks like this: E | B __|___ S | I The E stands for Employee, […]

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Networking is Working

What is the essential ingredient for a network? People. Meet people. Discover their needs, wants, pains and desires.  How?  Ask questions.  Become interested in them and their lives.  Care about them and be ready to help them avoid the pains and get their desires.  Remember that questions are the answer.

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Network Marketing 101 – Recognizing an Opportunity

How do you recognize a good opportunity? Is it based on the product? How about the compensation plan? Or maybe it is the company. Together these three are usually referred to as PPC or product, plan, company. Some people say that PPC is not important. I beg to differ. Let’s talk about the product. Just […]

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Network Marketing 101 – Getting Paid

When you work at a job, you perform your given tasks and get rewarded a week or two later. If you continue to perform, you continue to get rewarded. That is called linear income.  As long as you do the work, you get paid.  When you stop working, your pay also stops.  If you take […]

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