7 thoughts on “Chuck’s MLM Weekly Wisdom # 36 – May 13, 2015

  1. Greg Boudonck

    You mentioned finding the 5 most influential people you know and talking with them about the opportunity. This makes great sense, and after that find the next 5. I think the best places to really find the most influential people would be on your social networks. You can discover a lot about people on their Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and other accounts such as that.

    This made a lot of sense, because if you can have those type of people on your team, others will surely follow.

  2. Diamond Grant

    Your own passion about what you are doing is what truly drives the business so I’ve found. Wanting to succeed, and making money, and offering a good product are all great factors that help keep you motivated but there will be times when all of those things hold little importance to you. In those times it is your true love for the product and what you are doing that will carry you forward and keep you from getting discouraged or giving up. If I wasn’t passionate I likely would have given up a long time ago.

  3. Michael Kane

    Hey Chuck!

    This is a great post! Number 1, 2 and 8 really spoke to me! With treating your business like a job, that makes a whole lot of sense! I remember leaders in my former MLM company talking about treating your business like a business, so you can make business like income, but it never really stuck until I was building for a while! Having never built any kind of business, i was learning on the fly! Passion for the products and setting daily, weekly and monthly goals are spot on as well because if you are not a “Product of the Products” and don’t organize your time effectively around your current life, you will never grow your business and get to that future life!

    Thanks so much!!


  4. Greg Boudonck

    I just have to say Chuck, I love the first part of this. You are so right; if we treat it like a job, we will make sure we are on time and working steady. If we stay consistent, our network marketing business will succeed, but inconsistency can kill it.

    Another great batch of wisdom. Thanks


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