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  Isn’t it the most exciting time to be building a network marketing business? Millennials are jumping on board, seeing it as a “portable” way of living; Baby Boomers are recognizing it as a smarter way than 401Ks and superannuation plans; Stay-at-home moms are creating big business and even retiring their spouses; Professionals are capturing…

Like Hollywood actors, network marketing professionals put themselves and their companies on the line with every word—taking a risk in the hope of a favorable outcome. Just like actors, even the best, most experienced presenters can benefit from script review, rehearsal, and coaching. Here are the 10 most common mistakes we’ve seen network marketing presenters make and ways to avoid…

carrie dickie book

(Excerpted from  network marketing leader and top achiever Carrie Dickie‘s new book, Network Marketing: The View from Venus) Network marketing is 10 percent mechanics and 90 percent mindset. If you do not adopt a winning mindset, it does not matter how proficient you become at inviting people to take a look at your business or how skilled you are…

Contributors: Rob Sperry and Lance Conrad Read Psychology of Closing – Part 1 If you want to find out where your customer is mentally and emotionally at the end of your presentation, here are a couple of questions you can ask to take their temperature. What was it that intrigued you most about the business? What would be…

Contributors: Rob Sperry and Lance Conrad One of the hardest things for a new or experienced distributor to master is the close. It’s time to get over it. Do yourself and your prospect a favor and close them! Closing is an Obligation Let’s examine several reasons why closing is your obligation. Eighty seven percent of Americans…

Todd Falcone

Over the past few years I’ve had a large number of people ask me, “Todd…how do I become better at prospecting?” Or, “Todd, what is it that you are doing that allows you to sponsor so many new people into your business every month, while I struggle to get in one or two people every…

Contributor: Sonia Stringer In the last ten years, more and more women are leaving the corporate world to start their own businesses. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, the number of women-owned businesses grew by 44 percent between 1997 and 2007—twice as fast as men-owned firms. Given the state of today’s economy and the numbers…