7 Deadly Pitfalls of New NetworkersPitfall #1: Reinventing the WheelAt its root, network marketing is a simple process. Th...
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7 Pitfalls You Face In MLM Network Marketing

  1. 1. 7 Deadly Pitfalls of New NetworkersPitfall #1: Reinventing the WheelAt its root, network marketing is a simple process. The simpler you keep it,the closer you stay to your real objectives. Nevertheless, inexperiencddistributors are always seeking ways to make the business more complicated.Instead of following the tried-and-true procedures taught by their sponsors,they waste precious time and energy trying to reinvent the wheel.Pitfall #2: A Small-time AttitudeMany network marketers fail because they treat their business like hobbiesor part-time jobs. They dabble, rather than commit. Most simlpy loseinterest in the business after a short time. Others lose control of theirbusiness as soon as it starts growing. To make it big, you have to thinkbig-right from day one. That means implementing procedures, policies andsystems appropriate for a multinational corporation-and sticking to them.Even if your the only one on the payroll.Pitfall #3: Making Yourself the IssueWhen you start out in network maketing, youre usually a poor advertisementfor your company. Your cash flow may be negative. Youre angry, fustrated,and discouraged much of the time. You dont have ready answers for the toughquestions your prospects ask. In that condition, your more likely to scareaway prospects than entice them. What do you do? Track upline......thatmeans find a successful person in the levels above you who is willing to actas your mentor. Then use that person as a lure for new prospects.Pitfall #4: Taking Rejection PersonallyYou will ultimately be compelled in your network marketing business to meetnew people, by phone or face to face, and pitch them on your opportunity.Many will say no. Novices all too often take such rejections personally.They immediately blame themselves or the opportunity. But the successfulnetworker understands that the problem is usuallynothing more than timing. Experience has shown that if people are at theright time in their lives, theyre going to get involved in this business nomatter how it is presented. Conversely, if the timing isnt fight in theirlives, I dont care how brilliant, skillful, and articulate you are. Theyrenot going to get involved. SW SW SW-Next! Some will, some wont, sowhat-next!Pitfall #5: Neglecting Your Retail Sales
  2. 2. In their rush to recruit a big organization, many networkers disdain sellingproduct at retail." Let yout downline do the selling," they say. But yourdownline will take their cue from you. If you dont sell, they wont either.One of the unique things about our business is that we have a product thatliterally sells itself.Pitfall #6: Listening to the Dream SrealersMany new network marketers make the huge mistake of listening to closerelatives, professional colleagues, or virtually anyone they know andrespect who tries to impose their dim view of network marketing on them. Youhave to learn to ignore the dream stealers and give the business a chance toprove itself.Pitfall #7: Abusing Your SponsorYour sponsor is your most crucial resource. He/She is there to advise you,encourage you, assist you in selling and recruiting. Lose your sponsorsgood will, and youve cut off your life line. Too many networking neophytesburn out their sponsors with endless complaints, lamentations, and otheremotional demands.

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