For some of us, a quick trip down memory lane is sure to inspire colorful images of cosmetics and plasticware neatly displayed in suburban living rooms. These “parties,” as they were called, were the predecessors of today’s massive network marketing events and conventions hosted all over the world. As the expression goes, everything starts at home; marketing is certainly no exception.
I don’t think anyone actually looks forward to criticism when they are on the receiving end. But we should to a certain extent. Giving constructive criticism helps us learn and grow. And on the flip side, the leader who looks forward to giving criticism makes me question their ability to lead. Because it really isn’t
Everyone wants to be a great boss while still motivating their employees towards their goals and the goals of the business. Your company’s success will rely on the passion and talents of the people around you, especially if you are an entrepreneur.
#1: Question, Question Everything! Why? Because they say that the only stupid question is the one that isn’t asked; and this my friend, is 100% true. Asking the right questions will create a huge impact in both the short and long-term by fostering critical thinking skills
What does it take to become a global network marketing leader? Join Tyson Zahner as he interviews Kosta Gara one-on-one about this and the most important topics in network marketing. As you watch, you will learn some of the major foolproof techniques he used to build successful teams with over $550 million in sales
As the upline to your team, you play a huge role in your team’s success. Can you motivate your MLM team? Are you committed? Are you persistent? Have you found success? These are questions your team is asking day by day, regardless of if they explicitly ask you or not. Thus you must realize that as
So you’ve learned how to overcome your fear of prospecting. You’ve reached out to numerous prospects and now it’s time to reflect. Did the initial meeting go well? Was your prospect interested? Then, what are the next steps? It’s called the follow up— and it can be considered more significant than prospecting itself.
It takes seven seconds to make a first impression, and what you choose to wear, make up a huge part of that impression. You have probably heard it many times before: “dress to success”. Indeed, this phrase gets repeated so often because it’s true. As you grow your own business, it is extremely important you make