The truth is some 95% of people who
start a home business fail and there are
many reasons behind why this number
exists, but the biggest, in my opinion,
is blindly following what you’re told to
do until you’re broke.
It’s not so smart, but we tend to get
caught in the emotional struggle for
greatness and want to believe more than
see things for the way they really are.
It happened to me, and it wasn’t an easy
or fun lesson, but what turned it all
around was thinking outside of the box
and going with my gut instead of what I
was told. I urge you to the same now:
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In business, time quickly becomes your
most valuable asset.
How much is your time worth to you?
I mean . . .
Do you REALLY want to be chasing down
and cold calling leads that could care
less about you and your business or
would you rather spend your time dealing
with people that are not only interested
in your business, but actually take
action and join before you even speak to
I’ve done both, and take my word for it,
the second option is where the money is
It’s about working smart not hard, you
know that, but …
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Great question right?
I’m sure you’ve dealt with this
situation if you’ve had any sort of
tenure as a network marketer.
I mean you do all the research, you find
a business that you think is a perfect
fit for you, you do the research to find
a great sponsor, and then when you think
everything is matched up perfectly you
You get in and then you get very little
support from your upline!
You don’t know what to do or where turn
and you start to feel like you’re in
this thing all alone.
Well I’m going to tell you something
that I’m guessing you’ve never heard
Well as someone that was in a network
marketing company with a great sponsor
and in a network marketing company with
virtually no sponsor I’ve seen things
from both sides.
So let me explain why you’re lucky. . .
When I started with network marketing I
was sure to dot all my eyes and cross
all my tees.
I found a good sponsor and what I
thought to be a good system.
I did everything I was taught to do and
seven a half months later I had no
My second run in network marketing I
found a company I liked without regards
to the sponsor and joined.
(In fact, I’ve never spoken to my
sponsor once – I think he’s somewhere in
And now years later I’ve got a thriving
organization that grows by 10 to 15
people a day like clockwork without any
direct upline support.
If we looked at the situation
objectively based on my results the
obvious conclusion would be that going
in without a sponsor is the way to go.
Now I’m not going to say that is totally
true, but . . .
Going into a business without a strong
sponsor does have its advantages.
It forces you to go out into the world
without expectations and without their
system and figure it out for yourself.
You’re forced into a leadership role.
You have to find what works for you and
if you don’t there’s nothing to lean on,
so it’s really a do or die situation!
You’re forced to go to school and learn.
You have to buy books and information
from those who have been more successful
than you and then create your own system
out of it.
You have to be independent.
If you have a good sponsor you can get
You can rely to heavily on their system
and their promise of its effectiveness.
You have a scape goat for when it
So when you don’t see the success you
thought you deserved from all your hard
work it’s NOT your fault, it’s your
sponsors fault, it’s your company’s
(At least in your own mind.)
All I’m saying is, if you’re going to be
successful in network marketing your
sponsor has little to do with it.
He or she can shorten your learning
curve, but it’s up to each and every one
of use to define our path to success and
become our own leader.
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Just yesterday while checking emails I
“Why should I trust you?”
A few minutes later, a message came in
from a person so hungry to change their
life that they were willing to put their
house on the line to work with me.
Not 30 minutes later …
I got a message from someone who was, at
a time working 1 on 1 with who decided
to give up (in my opinion) a little too
soon, only to tell me about, you guess
About another great new business they
wanted me to look at that launches next
Yet here I am.
Doing the same things I’ve done since
Getting the same results. For the back
story go to:
If that doesn’t sum up the home business
industry then I don’t know what does.
At first glance these happenings appear
totally unrelated, but there is a secret
hidden behind them that if understood .
The ONE pink elephant in the room of the
home business industry that no one ever
talks about is that no one trusts
For the most part, most would be home
business entrepreneurs have “tried” so
many businesses, systems, and tactics,
that they’re in a total state of
They’ve shut down.
They feel slighted, they feel used, yet
At the same time they feel desperate to
Stop and think about THAT a second.
That’s a lot going on in a person’s head
ALL at once.
Conflict, a lack of focus, lots of fear,
and mental paralysis.
It’s not that much different than …
A puppy would act if you fed him and
scolded him simultaneously.
After a period of time, the poor puppy
doesn’t know what to think or do.
(HINT: That “might” be how some your
prospects look at you.)
What happens to people in this industry
over and over again?
“Hey buddy, we got the best biz on the
planet. Join us and we’ll take care of
The would be entrepreneur says to
“That guy seems nice, he’s got a great
product, he seems to have it all figured
out, and you sure can make a lot in the
business. I think I’ll give it shot.”
The entrepreneur jumps in, then is told
to call leads and immediately feels the
constant cold sting of rejection.
Next, our entrepreneur friend is told to
go to all the company gatherings where
everyone’s happy, positive, and excited
Back home again …
Our friend hits the phones for more
rejection while his pocket’s bleed of
cash with no praise and no profits.
It’s an emotional roller coaster.
Eventually he gives up.
He just can’t take it.
Clearly, that business wasn’t all it was
cracked up to be.
What happens next?
Someone else, another opportunity,
presents our entrepreneur with another
A PURE winner.
Our eternally optimistic entrepreneur
jumps in (this one has to be better than
the last), then …
A few months later the same exact fate
Eventually our would be entrepreneur,
get’s understandably gets hardened,
For 99.9% of us …
That’s what we go all go through, until
Remember, I told you about the three
different messages I got yesterday?
Can you spot the stages each person is
I can’t fault the guy that doesn’t trust
me for not trusting me.
He’s probably been burned so many times
all he knows is fear, anger, and
distrust, but that does raise an
interesting question . . .
“Why would he be reading my emails?”
After all, he’s not getting them by
He had to proactively opt in, become a
subscriber, read a few issues, and then
start to complain.
(Hmmm . . .)
Why did my “business musical chairs”
friend tell me about yet another one of
her new great opportunities?
Why was the third person dying so bad to
be part of my team?
No matter how many times a person’s been
No matter how many times a person comes
to you with a new opportunity for you to
look at …
No matter how many people are willing to
mortgage their house to join in business
with you . . .
On thing remains true.
The desire for more.
The fire that was originally ignited
never goes out.
Once a wealth seeker always a wealth
What changes a wealth seeker to a wealth
Instead of looking outwards for the
answer, you start to look inside and ask
But to be pragmatic about it.
Do the opposite.
If you’ve been in more than a few
businesses, then maybe …
Committing to one biz for the next five
years may be your answer.
If you’ve always followed the advice of
your sponsor as doctrine, then maybe …
NOT doing that anymore is the answer.
If you’ve been buying and calling leads
and it’s not working, then just maybe
NOT calling leads and instead giving
this a try is the answer:
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