Saturday, May 23, 2009

The 7 Deadly Sins

1. Relying on One Marketing Medium

- get to know your prospects

- be versatile with mediums

- be balanced don't just use one medium, use a variety

2. Expecting Tools to Do all the Work for You

- don't expect your web site to do all the work

- it cannot take the place of a live, personal relationship

3. Expecting Upline to Build your Business

- three-way calls may be helpful, but you don't want new people to think they have to always rely on their upline

- your sponsor can help you develop and identify your skills

- your upline can help you with challenges, but don't expect them to always be there

4. Overloading with Too Much Information

- when you overload, you're overwhelming

- listen to the prospect's needs, take notes and repeat back to them

- be natural, don't just make presentation

5. Stuck in Show and Tell Mode

- make a dialogue, not a monologue

- be natural, don't make it sound like a presentation

- your underlying thought should focus on your prospect's needs

6. Not Following Up

- don't let people fall through the cracks

- even though someone says no now, they may say yes in the future

- keep notes so you can followup

- show compassion

7. Having too many prospects

- if you don't get results you might think you need more prospects, but quantity doesn't mean quality

- you need a variety of mechanisms to do a quality job

- it is better to focus on one person well than many prospects and lose track of them

- reach out to your target market and find out what they really want

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Old or New What Works for You?

I listened to a terrific call on May 13th by Diane
Hochman. During the call she covered the pros
and cons of old school versus new school

Most importantly though, as Diane mentioned, is
to listen to your heart when building your own

What works for YOU?
What are YOU good at?
What is it about YOU that makes you different?

This is what you should focus on, what you like
and are good at, not what you don't like!

Discovering your own talents and abilities and
learning to improve yourself in those areas is
critical to your success.

Please Note:
If you are serious about network marketing, I suggest
going to: My Private Classroom

**Please be sure to put my name, Jill Bromwich, as the
person whom referred you.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Are you an Attraction?

Network Marketing has become 'the' big show.

Have you ever wondered how to succeed in your network
marketing business and why some succeed while others
do not?

It is the attraction factor.

You must become an attraction in order to have people
follow you or be attracted to you. It is important that
you set yourself apart from everyone else, try not to
appear like all the others.

Think about what you have that is different and
why others might be attracted to you.

Strength and confidence are two essential characteristics
that will increase the likelihood of others following you.

People will follow those who are interesting and have
something to offer.

So if you want more check out the Million Mind March.

The Million Mind March


Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Success is in Your Hands

What do you think about your current business? Is it going forward and as successful as you want it to be, or is it falling behind?

Are you happy with your business or disappointed? Is it what you expected?

Are you looking to your sponsor for support and they are nowhere to be found? They are not even returning your calls?

What does the missing sponsor syndrome mean to you? The missing sponsor syndrome might mean simply that your sponsor is missing. You signed up with a sponsor whom you thought was terrific, you felt connected to this person, but now they are not returning your calls and you are feeling misled and disappointed.

Do you think you should be keeping up with the Jones' so to speak and placing $5,000.00 ads or designing postcards like your sponsor, but feel you can't afford it right now?

But think about your success dependent upon your sponsor?

The truth is you don't have to do what your sponsor is doing, you just have to keep up with you. You must have the confidence in yourself to see yourself as a success. Make your goals and plans now for your success.

Your success is NOT dependent upon your sponsor it is dependent upon YOU! So the cure for the missing sponsor syndrome is you.

Don't put your success in the hands of others. Gain the experience and confidence in yourself, then the success will come.