Don’t Make It About You

Posted by Gediminas Grinevicius on Friday, January 10, 2020 Under: Personal Development

I want to share with you how to recruit more people into your network marketing business and how to get better at it. Okay, so the title of this blog post is don't make it about you.

One of the biggest mistakes that people make in network marketing and I see it especially brand new people do that is when they get started in network marketing in the home based business they excited, it's an amazing opportunity, they're going to make all of this money and they're going to become successful and everything. And because they’re so excited, they just want to go and talk to everybody. They want to talk to their friends, they want talk to the family, they want to tell everybody about their business, their work colleagues and without realizing it, they are shooting themselves in the foot.

So without realizing they are doing something completely wrong, because they shouldn't do it. What they're doing, actually, they making it all about them. There is a saying that you can't be a prophet in your own town. What does it mean? It means that people will know you the most who are closest to you will not listen to you. So if you go to people closest to you, and you start explaining your home based business, you're going to lose a lot of them. Because they're going to go like, well I know you as a sister, as a cousin, I know you an accountant, not as a business person.

What’s that going to do is it’s going to actually do more damage than good while as instead, what you should be doing is using third party tools. So yes, you still have to talk to your friends, family, and work colleagues. But all you have to do is ask them, if they would be open to take a look at an opportunity to earn extra income, to take it a look at opportunity to develop a stream of passive income, to take a look at an opportunity where they could get some great quality products at a low price. And if the person is open, they don't do the explanation, you don't do the explanation.

Instead, you use the tool to do the explanation. So a tool could be a video, right? You know, you sit down with them. And you say great, because you're open let me play this video. So you let the tool do the talking, and they will most often will listen more to the tool than they would listen to you. Another third party tool that you can use is an event.

If there is a webinar that's happening, or if there is a local business opportunity meeting that you can take that person to, again, they'll see somebody else present the business, they listen more to them, they'll see other people around, which is social proof, which proves that you're not the only crazy person doing this business, that there's other people involved in it and again, it will do a much better job explaining the business.

And the third party tool is to introduce them to another person. So again, if there is no meeting happening, maybe sometimes you speak to somebody who might be interested and instead of trying to explain it yourself, you just introduce them to your sponsor, you introduce them to your leader, and you let them do the talking. What if they're not close to you? No problem. You can do a freeway call, you can do a video call on WhatsApp on Facebook Messenger, on zoom, on Skype, and put your leaders in on one end in front of a camera, you and your prospect at another end and they talk.

But you should not do the talking and I see this mistake all the time, especially brand new people who start in the business very often they'll do that, you know, I'll speak to them and I go, “Well, how is it going?” And they go, “Oh my gosh, like nobody's joining my team. Nobody's interested in my business.” And I go, “Well, I haven't spoken to anybody. How are you explaining the business? How are you showing them the business?” While I'm trying to explain to them, that's where the problem because you shouldn't be, you shouldn't be explaining it.  You should use a video, you should use an event or you should use another person, you should not be explaining the business yourself because that's how you’re going to lose those people. That's how they not going to be interested.

So you always have to use a tool. And when you use the tool, they will also see that they can do it. Because if you explain the business very well, they might say no to you, because they are thinking, “Oh my Gosh, I could not explain the business like that.” But if you showed them a video they’ll go, “Oh my Gosh, I could play a video. That's not hard. That's easy.” So there's so much value in using the third party tools. So remember, whether it's yourself if you're still new in the business, or you recruit a new person, tell them don't tell anybody anything, put those people in front of me and let me do the talking and I will recruit them for your team.

This is going to give you a lot better results and if you get three, four or five people in your local area they're bringing their friends, family, work colleagues to you, oh my Gosh, your business is going to explode, your team will start growing and you have more work than you can imagine. So that's a great way to explain to somebody about the business and the great way to introduce somebody into the network marketing industry.

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Yours in success


In : Personal Development 

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