Want to know the pivotal point for having a good network marketing system?
It’s discovering which of 2 categories you fall into, and then acting around that accordingly.
I’ll explain further…
See, there are 2 categories of people out here in the world:
Planning a good start and planning your approach in the multi-level industry requires you to fully understand which of those 2 you are.
Now, some don’t know the major difference between those personality types, so I’m going to list out some of the good qualities and some of the struggles each of them have.
As you read through the descriptions here, you’ll see how each type needs the other type, and each type has somewhat of a shortcut (in their own way) to making it big in a good network marketing system.
They just need to overcome the struggles to really succeed.
Although the extrovert may seem like they’ve got it all together, they don’t. You’d be surprised just how shallow some of their relationships and acquaintances are, once you get to know them. They DO typically have the “gift of gab” and can be very talented at talking to lots of people in the offline world. What they struggle with is the follow up and building any of those relationships very deep. Keep this in mind, as they may be signing up lots of people, but those people don’t remain with them very long.
Although the introvert may not socialize with and talk to as many people, they love to build deep relationships and have a 1×1 with those that choose to remain friends and colleagues with them. This is good for the introvert, because in a good network marketing system having sponsors and upline that care personally for you and want to help you can benefit you greatly.
Continuing this series, I wanted to delve into the #2 top mistake that will immediately make you a terrible networker…
Mistake #2: Talking to your warm market BEFORE you’re prepared and
If you’re like me (and most people in the civilized world), you were told as a child to never talk to strangers!
Parents usually told us this with every intention to
Clint is a consultant, blogger and online marketer that lives in Texas with his family.