Is it Possible for Anyone Achieve MLM Success?
Well, yes and no.
It all boils down to your personal “why” and why you want to become a Network Marketer.
If your “why” is bigger than your “why not”, you can succeed. If it’s big enough to make you stay the course, you can succeed.
If your why is big enough to make you change the things that need changing in your personal life, you will succeed.
MLM success, comes through personal growth. Positive internal change creates positive external change.
During your due diligence stage, you will read that approximately 95% of new marketers fail. Personally, I believe this statistic is totally skewed. It is misunderstood and should be qualified.
The majority of network marketers don’t fail, they simply quit. Unfortunately, most newcomers to NM suffer from the “microwave mentality”, the need for instant gratification. According to top level distributors and income earners, building a successful network marketing organization can take a minimum of 4 years.
Failing vs. Quitting
Failing and quitting are very different. First of all, failing implies that a person implemented some type of action that didn’t produce an intended result. Failing is a short term action that tells us to redirect specific efforts.
Look at Thomas Edison. He wanted to invent the light bulb. He failed thousands of times. These failures led to his invention of the light bulb! Thomas Edison had a huge “why”!
Quitting, on the other hand is a choice. It’s final, you’re done. No “why” needed.
You can fix failure, but you can’t fix quit. Once you understand that network marketing is a business, and not a “get rich quick business”, you’re halfway home!
The ultimate goal of all network marketers is to generate residual income. Residual income is the reward you receive for the time, energy and commitment you expend in the early days of your business. Although you may “fail” many times during these early days, be persistent and make the changes needed. You will eventually fail your way to success.
So, can anyone achieve MLM success? I believe it’s up to you. How big is your “why”?
To your success,
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