Today, I want to educate you about who the most important person to recruit into your MLM business is.
Most people are dreaming of recruiting a superstar into their business who makes them rich.
In other words, they have a lottery mentality about their business.
Sad, but true.
From personal experience, I can tell you that everything starts with YOU.
That’s why YOU are the most important person to recruit into your MLM Business.
Until you have recruited yourself and “sold out” to the idea on what this industry (and your company) has to offer, you will never be successful.
Not on a grand scale anyway.
If you don’t recruit yourself you won’t have the conviction and belief in your voice when you talk to prospects.
You won’t draw a line in the sand and burn your exit strategy.
You won’t have the “I can, I will, I shall” mentality.
You won’t make the business your number one priority.
Simply put, you won’t be all in.
Instead, you’ll just be wishy-washy, tinkering with the business.
That’s what most people in our industry do.
They like the possibilities of what our industry offers, but they only dabble with it.
They never make the DECISION to build it big.
They aren’t sold out.
How many people do you know who make it to the top in any industry by “tinkering” with it?
No one I know!
In every industry, the most successful people are 100% committed to what they are doing.
You see, if you don’t believe in what you are doing, your prospects will know it.
They can sense it.
Why should someone else be excited about what you are offering them if you can’t even get excited about it yourself?
Who wants to work with someone who is half in?
Who wants to partner up with someone who isn’t sold out on the idea themselves?
Who wants to work with a weenie?
Or, would you rather work with someone who is all in, believes in themselves, is overly passionate about their company and product line, and has a plan for their future?
Personally, I would rather work with someone who is committed and all in.
I would rather work with someone who has recruited themselves.
If you were going to have surgery tomorrow, would you want it done by a doctor who doesn’t believe in themselves, or the best doctor money can buy?
Would you rather list your home for sale with someone who can’t sell a home, or with the top agent at the firm?
If you’re like most people, you want to work with the best.
I know I do.
To really recruit yourself and be all in, it’s going to take time.
It typically won’t happen on day one.
You’ll need some experience trying out the products or services and learning more about the company.
You’ll need some time to build your belief in the industry.
For most people, 90 days is enough time to figure these things out, so they can make a decision.
If the products and company make sense to you, and you believe in the industry, then make the decision to build it big and move forward.
It would also help if you studied the industry, read books, attended networking events and enrolled in automobile university.
All of these things will help you improve your skills and help you recruit yourself.
I would like to close out this article with some million dollar advice.
Luckily for you, I’m not going to charge you anything for it.
I learned this advice from one of my mentors many years ago.
That advice was: BELIEF leads to success.
In other words, you don’t become successful first and then have the belief.
Instead, you develop the belief first and success is a byproduct of having the belief.
I know this to be true.
If you truly 100% believe in what you are doing, you will find a way to make it happen.
If you don’t 100% believe in what you are doing you will find an excuse to justify your inaction and failure.
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What do you think about this concept?
Who do you think is the most important person to recruit into your MLM business?
Leave a comment below to share your thoughts.
I look forward to hearing from you.