Remember; don’t try to prospect everyone for your business because unfortunately not everyone is ideally suited to be in business for themselves. It’s sad, but true. So in order to find the right people for your MLM Business simply focus on a target market. Look for people with a track record of success and possess good business skills.
You have desires and wishes. Maybe you’ve had a time where there was no hope, and how empty that made you feel. What would have been the thing that made you perk your ears up and pay attention? I can tell you that it’s always benefits rather than features. The benefits of your products will tug at the emotions of a prospect, and through the emotions is where people truly make their decisions. We all want more good things, more good health, and more good feelings. If you can make someone see that on the horizon then you’ve tapped into their hope.
If you are one of those people who always feels you are capable of more, feel the lack of real job satisfaction, and most importantly under-compensated, it is hard to feel successful.
This hope is the driving force of life. In fact you may remember that a Presidential Election was just won on the basis of hope. It’s up to you to decide if that promise of hope has been kept but the fact is that you can learn a lot from that campaign.
None of us are born with Internet marketing skills. However, if you possess average intelligence you can learn everything you need to make as much money as you want online.
The first thought comes – pyramid scheme. However, this thought is judging books by the cover and not by the contents. On a personal note, I believe the information that a home business opportunity can give you on how to create a successful business is worth its weight in gold, but people don’t see this benefit.
Believe it or not, but unfortunately more than half the population isn’t “wired” to be in business for themselves. Your goal is to find people with a “track record” of success. These are the only kinds of people you need to help build your business, not strangers (any ‘ol Joe Schmo you see walking down the street).