Everybody in the network marketing business wants to have quality leads and soaring sign-up ratios … but not everybody gets them.
One reason is many people get into multi-level marketing without knowledge or understanding of the concept and industry. They act on emotion — hearing that someone got rich in MLM, I can do it too! — rather than facts. Newbies often aren’t aware, or unwilling, to build the business, and they have a false belief that network marketing success “just happens.”
Reality: Network marketing is a unique business, but not unlike many others in that a little time and hard work are required.
Patience. This is something every marketer should have. There is no way you can reach as many prospects in a day as you fantasize about. Your prospects need to think about your product, and this will likely require more than a day.
Rational thinking. Act on facts and a belief system; don’t react to market conditions. If you are emotionally controlled, people will respect you more.
Research. Attain product knowledge and understand your market before you consider purchasing it or making commitments.
Communication. Try to have compassion for your downlines. From time to time they’ll need their upline to help them accomplish things. If you are unreachable, there is a huge chance your downlines will become disenchanted and leave. Thus, being a good up line in a network marketing will do no harm.