Can Your Network Marketing Family be Successful? by David Feinstein

Can Your Network Marketing Family be Successful?

There will come a time in your MLM business, where you will wonder if you will ever be successful. The answer to the question is yes; if you put in maximum effort, study and develop your true potential. What about those with families that are in the MLM industry? The same applies to them but on a larger scale, every member that is directly involved with the operation of the business, must seek education, put in the effort and take risks that can either pay off or fail. While some families will struggle, the potential to increase the level of success is always there. It is important to learn from past failures and keep fresh with current trends of the audience that one is focusing on.

Get Everyone on Board, communication is vital for internal success

The greatest way to fail in this business is not to try.  The next leading cause is the lack of free-flowing communication. One person in the family may want to be Captain Blackbeard and run it they want, but the exchange of ideas can prevent disasters. The family within the business must be able to communicate on the professional level, like they do at LinkedIn. LinkedIn no longer has an office in San Francisco, but are connected through the internet and everyone talks to their appropriate section. Not saying that you must live in separate houses to communicate with one another. You do need to establish a professional style guide and behavior code to follow when people are on “the clock.” Keeping personal and professional lives separate is key to creating the right consistency to achieving the free flow.

Everyone should agree to the behavioral code and communication guide before committing to the “family” business. This should help generate ideas during meetings and put everyone at “ease.” Don’t knock an idea before its tried or at least heard completely. Some of the best ideas come from brainstorming, just look at Hubspot and their growth. They are an established leader in the Content Marketing Software world.

Patience is key, knowing your audience needs and lifestyle brings success

Patience is key and so is understanding what your audience “prospect” needs are. They may not always know, and so everyone within your family will have to be a troubleshooter to some degree. Developing specific knowledge based articles will help you nail down a niche audience. So, when working with your family, assign tasks based on strengths. This will increase your chances of success dramatically. This is where patience will come into play, as you move forward with your marketing and sales funnels. Best of luck to you and your family.

David Feinstein

David Feinstein

David L. Feinstein has been published by Pro-Publishing Company of California, for a series on Leadership books.

Exposure to business at an early age along with cultivation of artistic talent in writing is the background that David Feinstein brings to his business associates, prospective candidates and audiences alike. His experience throughout his career in sales and marketing and having owned and operated his own international accounting & financial management services company, is a key success factor in helping develop his international notoriety in the network marketing industry.

David and his wife, Ann have been significantly involved in direct marketing and direct sales for 21 years, serving as a distributor (team member), speaker, trainer, Top Leader, and author in the industry on a worldwide basis. Working together, they coach, mentor and train those seeking empowerment, greater self esteem and branding image, and training people seeking financial success and personal life freedom. David and Ann have grown their business that today spans over 40 countries with over 65,000 team members.

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Mr. John Fogg of MLM/Network Marketing, author of “The Greatest Networker in the World” has said the following about myself and wife/partner Ann:

“It's been a looonnngg journey from their "weird" first exposure to network marketing where Ann— a Park Avenue Research Consultant, and David— the owner of an entertainment management firm handling the careers of rock stars such as (the early) Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Michael Bolton, Cyndi Lauper, Phil Collins, and other famous others, found themselves at a meeting full of strange "new agers" from Sunrider— that was 21 years ago— to where they are today: Significant six-figure income earners with Agel Enterprises leading an organization of more than 65,000 people in 40+ countries around the world.

Above all else, Ann & David are focused on mentoring and leadership. Their combined expertise in recruiting, coaching, training and international development has made Ann & David much sought after direct sales business experts.

The Feinstein’s approach marries both classic MLM and the technology advances of the Internet and social media. The first people they have their new people speak with are family and friends, they do meetings, build for and around events and David even unabashedly asks people, "Do you keep your business options open."

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