Entrepreneurs are great thinkers, but they never ponder over their thoughts, their ideas for long. They are risk-takers who challenge their mind and go ahead with their dreams, to see their ideas flourish.
Entrepreneurial journey is tough for sure, but the good news is that there are always fresh opportunities to feel good and to be happy. In today’s time, there is no dearth of opportunities! In fact, anytime is a good time to embrace each opportunity that takes you closer to your dream.
Persistence is the key to success. Network Marketing is a numbers game. You have to be willing to work thru the numbers in order to be successful. To recruit one person you may have to talk to 10,20,30…why stop there talk to a million people. You are going to hear the word no. The more people you share the opportunity with the better your chance of success. You have to believe in yourself. Be consistent, Be persistent, Give it time and Be Patient
The earning potential in Network Marketing is unlimited. You have to be proactive and willing to give it time. All you need to do is share…don’t worry about yes or no, in time it will pay off. We like to turn it into a game and see how many “no’s” we can get. We find it easier to hear the rejection when we try to see how many we can get. You have to believe in yourself and act like a top earner in your company.
Who is a Prospect?
Everyone is a prospect. You always need to be prospecting….you will never run out of people. Keep your eyes open, everyone around you could be a potential business partner. This doesn’t mean Network Marketing is for everyone, however you don’t want to pre-judge and rule anyone out. You don’t have to be pushy, strive to be someone that others are drawn to. Network Marketing is about building relationships.
It is never too late to start dreaming again and following your dreams.
Never forget to give time to your family and friends as they are the ones who trust your instincts, support you unconditionally and guide you in your lowest point.
“The mantra is to keep putting one’s foot in front of the other and keep going!”
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