Here's why. You'll go through that process and likely enroll a few people. After a few months though you've got a problem on your hands...those that were gung ho crazy about making tons of money have now dropped out of your business (cause they weren't making anything) and you can't recruit fast enough to offset those dropping out.
Think about it...if you wanted to be a pharmacist, an accountant, a fashion designer...or hey, even if you wanted to flip burgers, you'd partake in a formal training program that would show you the "ins and outs" of how to do what you're trying to do, right?
It took me several years to ultimately figure out that network marketing (or building any business for that matter) boils down to 2 basic things...constantly learning and constantly applying that knowledge into my business. Almost sounds too simple, but it's the absolute truth.
1. Create a list of prospects that are reaching out...wanting more information on what you've got cookin'.
2. Share valuable content/information with them (remember, marketing is about building relationships based upon their needs, then solving their problems).
3. Host periodic teleconferences or webinars - to share good content and recruit.
4. Recruit via email and/or video via the list you've created.
You must be positioned as a leading authority in your niche - prospects buy from experts and those they trust. Simple as that.
Once you master this formula, the sky really is the limit. Not only for yourself, but you'll then share your knowledge to your team so they can do the same.
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