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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The need for capital is in inverse proportion to your ability to recruit.

The need for capital is in inverse proportion to your ability to recruit.

This is the million dollar question. The need for capital is in inverse proportion to your ability to recruit. Your network marketing company will either have hired that talent or you will bring on a vice president of marketing to help search for key first leaders, typically under some type of Presidential Founder Program, which will include protocols for products and rewards to key first leaders.

Distributors should first search their “warm market,” that is to say, family, friends, work, church, clubs, etc. Surprisingly, if one looks at the top distributors of many companies, it will be noted that they did not have experience in MLM, but rather their success was driven by their passionate bonding with product, management, sales leaders, and vision of

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As a consultant, where did you first begin selling your products/services?

It is often said that direct selling/MLM/network marketing is about first sharing your product and services within your spheres of influence, that is to say, first harvest the low lying fruit. This means calling upon your friends, family, social acquaintances, co-workers, members of your church, religious group, fraternal organizations, etc. In other words, sell where you are the most comfortable. Generally, this includes territory close to home. Generally speaking if you sell products/services at a distance then it is because you have connections. As you mature, you may venture into other territories, but it likely will be through social networking or by having an online presence.

As a consultant, where did you first begin selling your products/services? How would you rate your success during your first year as a consultant?

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Shills operate not only in in-person situations but also online.

Shills operate not only in in-person situations but also online.

A “shill” is a hired person (or organization) who publically assists in inciting enthusiasm for a company and/or their products in order to encourage the general public to join a MLM company as a consultant or to purchase products/services. “Shills” are typically very closely associated with the company who hires them to deliberately give spectators (for example in an audience scenario) the impression that they are a passionate consultant or customer, when in reality they are secretly working for the company they pretend to endorse.

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