Network marketing that works

Many network marketers struggle early in their careers.

One reason they flounder is because they lack focus. Sometimes they don’t know what to do. Sometimes they don’t do what they know.

Network marketing is a business, but most networkers don’t treat it that way. One good way to start is to treat it like a job. Here’s some tips on how to do that.

Go to work like you’re getting a paycheck. Many networkers don’t take action. Even worse, when they act, they often take incorrect actions. It’s best to learn the right actions, and do them consistently.

Punch the clock. Decide when you can work, and work during that time.

Find a good sponsor and treat them like a boss. You need to learn the proper way to do the business. Find someone’s who is successful and learn from them. Tell them to tell you what to do. Then do it.

Don’t quit. You wouldn’t leave your job after a short amount of time, so don’t give up on networking so quickly. It takes time to be successful. Be patient. You’ll be rewarded.

5 Responses

  1. Gary McElwain

    Steve your exactly right, more people would be better of in their network marketing business, if they did treat it like a job.

    They would then have a structure to work in. Not just well I have a business now what!

    Thanks for your insight

    Gary McElwain

  2. Gary McElwain

    Steve your exactly right, more people would be better of in their network marketing business, if they did treat it like a job.

    They would then have a structure to work in. Not just well I have a business now what!

    Thanks for your insight

    Gary McElwain

  3. SteveDeVane

    Gary,

    I agree. Networkers just need to plan the work and work the plan.

    Thanks for the comment.

    Steve

  4. Debbie Hudson

    Steve,
    This info would have saved me a ton of frustration if I had gotten it sooner. Being a “Blue” I try to do too many things at the same time. Hard to FOCUS, like that. Thanks for sharing how to become focused.

    Debbie Hudson

  5. SteveDeVane

    Debbie,

    Network marketing does take focus, doesn’t it? It’s so much better when you concentrate on doing the right things.

    I appreciate the comment.

    Steve

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