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Ellen Rohr's Advice on Network Marketing

By Clip Syndicate
Raise your hand if you have been approached by a Network Marketer, also known as Multi-Level Marketing? Perhaps you've even jumped in and become a distributor or a representative?

http://eplayer.clipsyndicate.com/view/12513/6974715 Video: Ellen Rohr's Advice on Network Marketing
Raise your hand if you have been approached by a Network Marketer, also known as Multi-Level Marketing? Perhaps you've even jumped in and become a distributor or a representative?
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12513/6974715?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Mon, 26 Jun 2017 11:25:01 +0000 Ellen Rohr's Advice on Network Marketing Raise your hand if you have been approached by a Network Marketer, also known as Multi-Level Marketing? Perhaps you've even jumped in and become a distributor or a representative? http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12513/6974715?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KOZL The Dos and Don'ts of Network Marketing Raise your hand if you have been approached by a Network Marketer, also known as Multi-Level Marketing? Perhaps you've even jumped in and become a distributor or a representative? There are success stories…people who've made fortunes or achieved their ideal lifestyle. There are lots of others who have lost money or gone into debt before abandoning ship. Let's look at dos and don'ts of MLMs! o The Successes are possible. o The watermelon principle. The universe is expanding. Prop: Watermelon o The Stats are against you. ttps://www.thebalance.com/the-likelihood-of-mlm-success-1794500 o The bottom can drop out. o The first year, 50% drop out. o Within five years, 90% have left. o You can stay or you can go…win or learn. o Small investment…however, not usually eligible for a loan. o Watch the credit card financing. o Careful not to stockpile for the "car" - you have to maintain the car. Prop: Car Keys o Treat it like a real business. o Watch the money, honey. A great MLM company will have a good Point of Sale (POS) software and/or financial training to help you manage Sales, Expenses, Profits…and maintain a real balance sheet for your company. o Is there a product? Love the product…not just the model. Are you willing to sell the product to people who don't want to become distributors? o Do you feel good about bringing others to your downline? Will you tell them the truth? o The myth of the party. o A party is a chance to mingle and talk about interests and politics and life adventures. A great party introduces you to new people who may become friends, and friends who become close friends. MLM is a sales presentation and a lot of alone time in front of the computer. It can be fun to invite friends, but there is a tipping point where they won't come anymore. Or answer your call. Prop: Oven Mitts o The odds are ever NOT in your favor. o Do your research. Talk to people who have left the organization as well as those who are still in after 5 years. Ask what their Expenses are, as well as their Sales. o Look for great training and support. Your expanded sales, financial, business skills go with you even if you leave. o Note that a single level sales job - you sell a product or service in exchange for a commission - is another way to make great money. You might also explore a business of your own, or a franchise. Know what YOU want and explore multiple options before you sign on. Prop: The Weekend Biz Plan One of my favorite business mentors/mavens is Mary Kay Ash. Burned by her job, she wrote a letter telling her boss what was wrong with him and the company. Instead of sending it, she used it for her business plan. At 55 years old, she started a billion dollar empire. She was at the top, of course. However, there are million dollar producers…for real. Note: Her book, "Having It All", is terrific.





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