When you encounter a Network Marketing "hater" it is very tempting to get into a heated discussion or argument. Trust me, I've been there! It would be so easy to show them how wrong they are. But what good comes from showing someone how wrong they are? Does that person ever end up joining you? I've never had a single hater join me after I beat them into submission. Yes, I may have been right and proven that Network Marketing is awesome, but I have now severed any possible
Have you ever wondered how the top earners make it look so easy? Do you think things just always seem to go right for them? Well, you'd be surprised to know that the bigger your team grows and the more successful you become, the more challenges and adversity you're going to experience. The secret is becoming bulletproof with your mindset and emotions so that the negativity you encounter doesn't deter you from achieving your goals. To accomplish this you have to sell out these
How many times have you seen someone post their Network Marketing opportunity pitch on Facebook?
How many times have you seen them post their replicated website? How many times have you seen them blast their company's logo all over their wall? Would you be surprised to know that they're doing it all wrong? WT??? I know what you're thinking, "But Ben, there are billions of people on Facebook. If I just put my link out there then millions are bound to see it, right?" Wrong!
If you're like me then you talk to A LOT of prospects while building your Network Marketing business. Don't you hate it when your prospects never really make a definitive decision? They don't say yes, but they don't say no either. They seem to be in this state of limbo. In Network Marketing we call it "being on the fence." In this video I share with you my 3 tips to becoming more effective at closing prospects in your business. Be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel wi
For many years I've lived by a certain mindset in Network Marketing: "Lead, Follow, Or Get Out Of The Way!" I didn't always have this mindset. I used to hang on every word of what my prospects said. I used to think, "Please join my business" or "Why don't they like my company/product/service."
I would spend countless hours early in my career trying to figure people out.
Finally, I adopted a new philosophy. I said to myself, "Prospects are going to ether lead, follow, o