5 Reasons Not to Quit Your MLM Company

Many people think the grass is greener on the other side.

They see other MLM Companies and business opportunities every day and think that if they join another company, or pursue a different type of business all together, success will be so much easier and quicker.

As a result, they quit their MLM Company and move on to the next shiny object.

They become MLM Junkies.

Unfortunately, most people who follow this approach end up failing again and again.

I learned a long time ago that the grass is greener where you water it!

Put some focused time, effort and money into any enterprise and there is a good probability you will succeed.

Success in ANY type of business requires hard work, commitment, patience and perseverance.

Rome was not built in a day and there is NO legitimate business opportunity out there that is fast or easy money.

The sooner you realize that the better off you will be.

Today, I want to share five reasons not to quit your current MLM Company.

These are simple reasons why sticking with your current company is the best option.

# 1 You Owe it To Your Team to Stick Around

If you’ve sponsored even one person into your business, you OWE it to them to stick around.

When you brought them into the business, you made the promise that you would help them succeed and help them reach their goals.

And when you found your customers you promised to provide them good customer support and service.

You can’t do either of these things if you quit.

I should also chime in and tell you about the countless stories of people who only sponsored one or two people and then quit the business.

In some cases, those people they sponsored went on to build HUGE businesses.

Had the person simply stuck around they could have earned a very nice monthly residual from that person.

# 2 Good Things Take Timequit

Good things take time.

Rome wasn’t built in a day.

I’ve said that at least 100 times on this website.

Most businesses (in any industry) take two to three years just to make a profit.

In other words, no business is fast or easy money.

I know this isn’t what you want to hear, but it’s the truth!

You must pay your dues and develop the right mind-set and skill-set, before you will achieve success.

Besides, the company itself is not the real problem.

You are the problem.

And you are also the solution.

So work on you!

If you study most top earners in our industry you will quickly discover that most of them have been working consistently with ONE company for minimum five to ten YEARS before they made it to the top ranks.

Read more about how long it takes to be successful in MLM!

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# 3 You Will Lose a lot of Credibility with People You Know

Do you remember when you first got involved with your current network marketing company?

Do you remember everyone who laughed at you and told you that you would never make it?

If you quit, you will prove that all of these people were right.

You will prove that you are a quitter and that you don’t have what it takes to succeed in the business.

I don’t know about you, but that would be pretty good motivation for me to stick around.

What you will quickly discover is that your friends and family are always watching you, simply to see if you stick with it.

Sticking with it will really pay off in the long haul.

In a few years from now, many of your friends and family who initially told you NO will eventually join your team as a customer or distributor, once they know you are committed.

# 4 You Lose Momentum

Momentum is a powerful thing.

Even if you don’t see much growth in your network marketing business, you still have momentum in your favor (assuming you are doing something to grow your business on a regular basis).

This means that you are developing new skills, learning new things, meeting new people, developing product knowledge, learning about the compensation plan, the company, and the industry.

When you quit, you lose this momentum and you have to start over again.

Once you get momentum going in your favor, things really start to happen.

While it’s easy to maintain the momentum once it’s going, it’s very difficult to build up momentum.

# 5 No Company or Business is Easy to Build

Here’s something you might not have realized yet.

No business is easy to build!  

Just ask any entrepreneur. 

They’ll all tell you the same thing.  

Success is never easy or fast.

Starting and growing a business of any type requires money, time and TONS of hard work.

There is no such thing as easy money.

If you’re going to be a successful entrepreneur, you have to work like an old, worn out dog and stick with something minimum three to five years, and probably much longer.

The business is simple, but not easy.

You know what you need to do to succeed.

The only real question is “will you do it?”

Final Thoughts

Rather than quit your current MLM Company, I suggest you do something different.  

Why not pick a different approach to building your network marketing business?

If you’re struggling to succeed, or aren’t making the money you desire, why not stay with the same company, but do something different?  

To me, that would make much more sense than quitting the company.  

Besides, if you quit your company and switch to another company, you will get the same results you are getting right now with your current company.  

Remember, your company is not the solution to your problems.  

You are the solution.  

So work on you, if you want something to change in your MLM Business.  

Don’t quit!

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11 thoughts on “5 Reasons Not to Quit Your MLM Company”

  1. Anything of value takes time to build. If you do your research in MLM you’ll find that all major MLM companies or all people who have obtained major success in MLM were in the industry for years before they reached such large levels of achievement. In doing your research you can also learn how these individuals reached success and use it as a template for achieving success of your own. Then not only will you have the tools you need but you’ll also have a realistic timeline so you know what to expect and won’t be disappointed when things don’t work out as quickly as you’d like.

    1. Ain’t that the truth. I’ve never met a successful entrepreneur in any industry who built a successful business in just a couple years. It takes time, patience and a lot of hard work. There are no shortcuts to success.

  2. Number 3 is a good motivator for me! I hate it when people say “I told you so”. 🙂 I also love how you said “You are the problem. And you are the solution. So work on you!” I am determined to go to my next team meeting, and start working!

    1. Jessica,

      I liked that too. We have far more power over situations than we think we do. We so often try to blame others or our circumstances rather than taking responsibility and doing the things we can do to make the situation better. If we work on making ourselves more knowledgeable and better people then we would probably find that a lot of our issues resolved themselves shortly after.

  3. If you aren’t making money in your business, there’s no reason to stay! Even with the tax breaks and “opportunity” to earn residual income, PROFIT talks! It makes no sense to keep doing a business that constantly loses money.

    1. I agree with you some what. Most businesses do lose money their first year or two. At least 9 out of 10 entrepreneurs I know, in a variety of industries, lost money their first year or two in business before they eventually succeed. Yes, profit does talk. But it takes time to build up a profit in any business.

  4. If you’ve ever sponsored even one person onto your MLM team, you should never quit. I’ve read hundreds of stories of people who sponsored a couple people and then quit, only to have a couple people become top earners in the company. Had they stuck around they would have earned a very nice residual check.

  5. Remembering why you got into the business in the first place is important as well. You owe it to the team, but you also owe it to yourself to make the business really yours and to experience success. Allow the investment that you have made to pay off. Quitting before you’ve run the course in probably one of the biggest failures you could deal yourself, and that will stick with you for a long time.

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