5 Ways To “Up-Level” Your Network Marketing Business

Network marketing is not just an excellent way to add an additional stream of income to your life, but it also gives you the amazing opportunity to be a part of a strong community of like-minded, passionate people! This business concept has been around for decades and is exponentially growing on a global scale year after year due to the fact that … It works!

The residual income and dual business model that most companies provide offer individuals the opportunity to make it either a full-time career or a substantial second income. With all of that said, in order to be successful in this business, it does require hard work, stepping outside of your comfort zone, and being persistent.

Thankfully, once you set up a solid network of relationships, your business becomes MUCH less time intensive, and it’s almost like going on “autopilot”. As I’m sure you can imagine, the key is to get to this crucial point as fast as possible! 

1. Use Your Products Regularly

This is number 1 for a reason! This is the most ignored part of almost every network marketing business. How do you expect your business to succeed if you will not even use your own products? Having a first hand testimonial story from your product is HUGE. Being able to expertly answer your customer’s questions, post photos of yourself with your products, and educate people on the benefits your product may deliver are all keys to great making the repeat sales.  If you are not already, make a commitment to start using your products this week and see where your business goes! 

2. Educate Yourself Constantly

This is very important! Business and self-help books are a great way to start. Many industry leaders or stand-out CEOs have written books about how they got their business started and how they reached the top. Following the path of successful people before you is always a smart way to start in any business. Reading books on cultivating a positive attitude and a business mindset will set you up for success when you are facing a lull in your business or feel like you don’t want to keep going. Successful people are constantly working on their self-development and expanding their horizons. I recommend reading a mindset, business, or self-help book for a minimum of 15 minutes each day, preferably in the morning, to set the day off right!

3. Duplicate Yourself By Making Your Team Independent Of You 

This will help to multiply your time and make you and your team more effective. Always lead by example. Never stop recruiting, training, and retailing. Remember the KISS formula – “Keep It Simple, Sweety” I know, I know, I changed the last word, but you get the meaning. You do this by conducting simple, brief, yet dramatic presentations and teaching your downline to do the same. Help your team with their personalized “elevator pitch” so that they feel comfortable sharing the products and the business opportunity as soon as possible.

4. Focus On Your Customers’ Needs 

You must give customers more than they expect, and always satisfy your customers’ complaints immediately. Try to listen 80% of the time, and talk only 20%. Asking questions and choosing products based on their individual needs will keep them coming back. When posting, don’t just post about your product; post about the problem that your customer has and why this product will help. Focusing on people’s pain points is what will draw them to you and the solution you have for them. As stated above, your customers can be a huge source of future referrals and/or business. You must earn and maintain their trust. Once you have their trust, you can always ask for referrals, which leads to even more business and a larger downline. 

5. Set Daily, Weekly, Monthly, & Yearly Goals – and Write Them Down!

Goal setting is essential, and creating achievable goals so as not to get overwhelmed right off the bat, is important. Breaking up a larger goal into smaller, more easily attainable goals is the key to success. You cannot just jump to the end. You have to make progress every day. Writing your goals down will help you succeed. A goal is just a “passing thought” or “wish” until you put it in writing. That is when it becomes concrete and real. It is also a great idea to keep a business journal of your daily activities, as it will help you to become more productive and time-conscious. 

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