It Is Your Fault If You Fail At Network Marketing!

I read a network marketing blog post earlier today that really was ironic. The title of the post was It’s not your fault if you’ve failed at Network Marketing.

Now why would someone be compelled to write this? From what I gathered, they are being taught this.

The truth is success or failure is all up to you. The sooner that you realize you are in control of your network marketing future the better off you’ll be.

Everyone seems to believe it is always someone else’s or the companies fault that they are not succeeding in network marketing.

It’s a whole different world when you are your own boss.

It’s now up to you to just suck it up and get the job done!

Network Marketing should be started with training first, so you’ll be able to identify the scams out there trying to separate you from your money!

So if your failing, the question is what are you going to do about it? If the only way you think you can actually make money is by strictly recruiting.

Then praying someone else will go out and sell the product, maybe it’s time you quit as you’ve already failed!

If you want to become successful you’ll need a few things:

  1. A company with a product that warm market, cold market and anyone else will want.
  2. A Strong understanding of exactly what your company has to offer, and where to find it.
  3. Training, that teaches you, prospecting skills, online marketing, offline marketing,
  4. The strength to carry one when everything seems to be going against you, because at times it will.

These are just a few of the things to look at I encourage you to go through out this entire site. You’ll will be amazed at all the information present here, hidden in many places.

2 comments… add one
  • Cheryl Lydston Feb 15, 2010 @ 16:43

    I agree that we are each ultimately responsible for our own success. But I also feel leaders (Network Marketing and otherwise) have a responsibility to their team as well. I believe effective leaders should reflect on their actions and what they could have done differently when they see someone not getting their desired results. (i.e. did you empower them or foster dependency? Where you honest in your recruitment process? Was the person really ready for this opportunity or did you pressure them into it?).

    I was absolutely clueless when I started out and really had minimal guidance (It was a new company and many of the leaders where learning as well). Most would consider my results a failure – I considered it a learning process. I met wonderful people and would not have traded it for the world.



  • Glenn Feb 15, 2010 @ 17:13

    Hi Cheryl,

    Your right leaders should have a responsibility to their team, yet in this industry that goes both ways. Of course with the title of your website I had to visit…

    …It’s a nice site until I ran into the post that had one of my former downline members. Probably the only person I absolutely detest in network marketing today!

    As, the person in question was only interested in how much money they could stuff into their pocket, at the expense of their downline.

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