Distributors should attend MLM company sales and recognition events.It’s always a good idea to keep yourself encouraged and engaged in your career by participating in company training events that enhance your sales skills. A good network marketing company will offer you tools and seminars to help you improve and grow your business. Some companies offer training tools in an online- back office environment, while others will host elaborate events in select cities.

You can always find ways to improve your sales and business skills online, either through your company’s training or by simply searching the web for articles and books on business growth and sense. However, MLM company seminars are particularly encouraging for MLM entrepreneurs. At company events you’ll be able to meet other like-minded, business-oriented individuals who will inspire you. Networking at company training events enables distributors to meet other distributors within the company. Distributors can learn from others about how

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business womanWe have all heard the following claims in the zeal of promotion and recruitment.

  1. Multi-level marketing (MLM) classes are taught at Harvard Business School.
  2. Network marketing has produced more millionaires than any other type of business.
  3. MLM will dominate the economy in the 21st century.

Unfortunately, these statements are “urban” MLM myths that are over the top and damage the credibility of distributors and companies, as they promote the truly positive opportunities of direct selling.

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MLMLegal.com’s most requested FAQ this month answered in a video by MLM expert Attorney, Jeff Babener: How Many Level Deep (in the compensation plan) is it Legal to Go?

The issue of depth of levels seemed to be a major focus prior to the internet and other non-postal (mail) means of communication. In the late 1980’s, the U.S. Postal service examined the numbers of compensation plan levels to make a determination, whether or not, in its opinion, the depth of levels created a “lottery” element under U.S. Postal lottery laws, that forbid payment based on chance.

Various cases and consents sorted out a safe harbor (at least from the U.S. Postal Office standpoint) for at least four levels (not necessarily agreed to by the direct selling industry). Separately, the Postal Service looked for evidence of “supervisory requirements.” Most companies adopted specific supervisory requirements of sponsors to demonstrate some managerial activity by distributors.

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