about 12 hours ago
Do business with integrity. Do not promise the heaven & the sky to get a customer. Show facts, advantages and the good points of our entire offering instead.
Sell products. Yes we sell hope, dreams & success. We do so to inspire and uplift our distributors' spirit, but above all, selling the company's products is a must. We can all be motivated but when there is no product movement, there can never be income flowing in.
Recruitment is an option, it is one of the privileges of being a distributor. It is a very important skill to learn but it is NOT the business per se.
Learning is part of the process. No one could skip this process & make a sustainable income. Learning current strategies and best practices will not only put you ahead of your game but it will also teach you to stop asking random people to have coffee with you, much more greet every prospect you meet "good morning" even if it is already afternoon or evening.
Be the product of our products. Be the best endorser of our products by using them, by knowing what they are for and by showing how to use them. Study how to demonstrate our products and get used to it.
Do not mislead. Differentiate what you do from the results that come with what you do. Be sure to caption your post properly so you won't unnecessarily turn them off or mislead the market.
Do not misrepresent. MLM is into distribution, not investment.
Be an aspirational leader. Do it by all means without comparing how well you did than those who are not into this business neither should you bash others who are making less than you do. If you are making great, be grateful.
Live and let live. Coexistence is the balance of equilibrium. Be happy with the success of everyone in this industry even if he is from another company. Mudslinging and nitpicking a rival company is the way of the insecure and uneducated. It is high time that we put respect in our craft & our deeds. This is where whatever it takes principle exits and whatever right it takes comes in.
My mlm ideology & ways may have been totally unorthodox, but hey, isn't that one of the reasons why we are in this business? To be extraordinary! - Juluis Allan Nolasco, NWorld CEO