I know you probably got into the MLM or network marketing industry because you are sick and tired of living paycheck to paycheck. And I’m sure that you would prefer to have the time freedom in your life to spend your days doing what you want to do.
I understand because I too had those same frustrations when I got started. Once you got started in network marketing, you soon found out that it wasn’t going to be as easy as you were led to believe.
Why is it that you aren’t making hundreds of dollars a day? Why are you having so much trouble generating leads for your business? Why can’t you sign up anyone into your primary network marketing business?
You are starting to doubt this entire industry and you are wondering if there is some secret. What does the guy or girl walking across the stage at the company events know or have that you don’t?
Well, don’t doubt yourself or your business because I want to share something with you today that may change your perspective on your MLM business.
The Best Kept MLM Secret
Well, I’m going to let the cat out of the bag. There is no secret. Seriously, it’s really that simple.
Now, I know. You’re thinking that there is no way that is going to help you build your network marketing business. It will if you listen to me with an open mind!
This industry IS extremely lucrative and it will indeed provide you with that critical time freedom. However, there is a lot of work to be done if you are not there just yet.
Let’s say for example that you were going to medical school to become a doctor. Would you spend an hour or two here and there going to classes and studying and then expect to excel?
Of course not!
The same goes for the network marketing industry. If you want to have success in network marketing, you will need to obtain certain skill sets.
It will not take 4 years of “college” to acquire them, but you will have to put in a whole lot of effort.
It is going to take a bit of sacrifice on your part and how much you are willing to sacrifice is indicative of how successful you are going to be.
I remember when Chad and I first got started in this industry, we didn’t watch any TV for the first 6 months…literally!
The point I am trying to make is that you are going to have to work hard and learn these skills yourself, no one else can learn them for you.
It is critical that you learn how to prioritize both your leisure time and your other responsibilities so that you can spend consistent time on your business.
There is so much good information online, good training and amazing resources. However, if you don’t take the time to learn and then apply what you learn to your business, you simply will not see results.
And be consistent and hold yourself accountable. It’s easy to give up after a couple of months and say “See, it didn’t work.”
It’s tougher to stick with it, make no excuses, and do whatever it takes until you become successful. I honestly believe that if you really want it bad enough, you will have success in this industry.
Quitting before you become successful is the only sure way to fail.
The sacrifices you have to go through now may be hard, but the rewards you will have will be worth it!