THE 4-STEP FORMULA THAT CREATES ACTION The network marketing industry is full of people that have all the answers but no downline. They can tell you everything about every company, but when it comes to actually doing the activities necessary to build a business they can’t seem to pull the trigger. I find that fascinating.
I have always believed that taking action starts with #1 identifying “Why” you are doing the business. Until you know “Why” the “How” doesn’t matter.
After you know why, you have to get plugged in, “engaged” into the business. When you first join a company you have to plug into every conference call, every webinar, and every live event you possibly can. NULL
If you are not “Sold Yourself” then trying to communicate your opportunity to others creates too much emotional friction. I have told many consulting clients you need to quit what you are doing, or sell yourself. There are really no short cuts in the process. Next you need to go for it for a specified period of time. 6 months, 12 months, 2 years, you decide.
However I really mean go for it, lay it all on the line, don’t stop and analyze your business every other day. Simple get through the numbers, and don’t get emotionally involved in the process.
Remember SW4: Some Will Some Won’t So What! Somebody is Waiting
When you have sold yourself, belief leads to action!
I have always believed that it is easier to build a business fast than it is slow. When you are ready to take action, you must take massive action. Your ultimate goal is team momentum. A network marketing organization is like an airplane, the hardest part is getting it off the ground. The formula is simple and proven. #1 Identify “Why” you are building a business #2 Sell Yourself first #3 Make a time commitment to go for it and not look back for a certain period of time. 6 months, 12 months, 2 years, whatever. #4 Take action with the ultimate goal of creating momentum. Successful people in this industry understand the formula to motivate themselves. They are not dependent on others to motivate them; they understand true motivation must come from within.