Sep 15

How to approach people...


I have always loved this quote from Mr. Sagan because I can easily swap out the word "science" for "network marketing".  You are excited about your company’s products and opportunity, and you want everyone to see what you're seeing.

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Aug 15

So would you?

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Although already a year old, I just found this fantastic article from Forbes magazine contributor Robert Laura.  His article titled, Would You Join A Multi-Level Marketing Company For Retirement Income?, remains very relevant and hit close to home with me because of the "regular everyday people" Robert chose to interview for his presentation, but mostly because of his shift in perspective and transformation of attitude towards Network Marketing as a REAL solution for our times,  Mr. Laura no longer perceives these types of opportunities as money-making pyramid schemes.

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Aug 15

Warm Market Prospecting - Inviting Your Dear Ones

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One of the reasons I call Network Marketing "the hardest work" is because fundamentally, it is a "relationship business".  No one reaches the top of any company's ladder without building, working with and leading a team.  The promise is: Build the relationships first, the abundance will surely follow.  For actually doing "the hardest work", we are paid very, very well.

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Jul 15

3 Way Calls - Your Most Powerful Tool


The 3-way call is one of the most effective tools we have in our toolbox.  It is always shocking to me when one refuses the opportunity to do one!  When it is used correctly and in context, it is an incredible way to sign up more reps and customers, build better relationships and to train, 3-way calls are at the heart and foundation of this business model.

This important fundamental is probably the most misunderstood, over-looked and under-utilized tool in Network Marketing.  If I told you that this simple task would ensure the growth of a huge network, and allow you to help more people, wouldn't you want to know why?

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Jul 15

The Hedge Of A Lifetime!

[First published on Julie's Blog February, 2013 and still more relevant than ever.]


This past summer while enjoying a cold beverage in the shade of the backyard, my friend made a remark that I have thought about ever since. We were talking about business things and in a break in the conversation he made the statement, “there’s a LOT of MLM in this town.”

Without hesitation I replied, “It’s not a sign of the town it’s a sign of the times.”

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Jul 15

5 Steps For Success With Jeunesse


It Starts With The Tried & True Fundamentals…

Did you know that building a successful business comes down to just a handful of activities? It’s true of any goal.  If you were allowed to shadow a very successful person through their day, you would see that they are always practicing a few fundamentals with CONSISTENCY.   If you can master the five (income producing) activities below and do them consistently, you will find yourself and your Jeunesse team at the top.

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Jul 15

Working From Home In The Summertime

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Summertime....and the livin' is easy...

Summer is the most challenging part of the year for those that work from home. Read the rest of this entry »

Jul 15

The Importance of "Auto-ship"

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If I could open the top of your head, insert a "concept", close you back up and send you on your way with "knowing", I would give you the gift of understanding the power and importance of something we call "auto-ship", often a requirement in the multi-level playing field. Read the rest of this entry »

Jul 15

My Personal Reasons For Doing Network Marketing


The Top Five - David Letterman style:

Reason #5
I love the personal freedom that working from home provides.  The commute: down the stairs.  The grind: regular or dark roast?  I get to do what I want, where I want with whomever I want to.  Full-time income for part-time effort.  My Plan B became my Plan A eventually.

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