With superhero movies popping up all over Hollywood it's hard to deny that people love heroes. The past 5 years alone have brought out a surge of childhood favorites that have brought in millions upon millions to the industry. Spiderman, X-Men, Superman, Batman, pretty much every Avenger and so forth. Heck even the show Heroes was a huge hit…at least my friends thought so.
Face it, you want to be the hero.
You can't fight the urge to be that person who rises up from the ashes and shows everyone you did it…
…and honestly I can't blame you.
There was a time when I took on the network marketing business solo. I bought into the attraction marketing concept and ran with it. I hardly networked with other marketers simply because I thought I could do it on my own…build my business with no one else's help.
Dwayne Pyle, a great friend and my first mentor in this industry, was absolutely great at connecting with people. He seemed to have a fearless attitude at just building an inner circle of people to mastermind with.
In a few moments, you're going to learn 7 reasons why you don't need to be the lone hero in your network marketing company…
- Look at the name of this industry. The name network marketing means connecting with people. This doesn't just mean connecting with prospects…but rather with other marketers who you can bounce ideas around with. You want to surround yourself with people you could learn from, do joint ventures with and just create friendships. Show me the 5 people you spend the most time with and I'll tell you who you are.
- Leverage. That's the name of the game in this business. You want to leverage the work of other people (of course that doesn't mean you should be a bum either). Lawrence Tam, another great friend and my second mentor, became the #1 affiliate in his training system by leveraging the work of other leaders. Sure he sponsored a bunch of people but having top leaders under you is the best way to really explode your income.
- Motivation. It's tough to keep grinding it out in this industry especially if you're not seeing results and you put in so much time. Trust me I've been there. If Dwayne or Lawrence weren't around, I probably wouldn't be here writing this for you. Having people encourage you and help tweak your strategies definitely puts you back on the front line to keep fighting for your dreams.
- Everyone else is gone. Literally everyone has moved on to something else. It may be because your product or opportunity just doesn't resonate well with your target market. Maybe there's a better payout somewhere else. Whatever the reason, loyalty to the company/product is admirable but not necessarily the best decision. Try giving an honest evaluation of what you're promoting.
- It's taking a toll on your personal life. Spouse, kids, friends…they all miss you. You've put in so much work with little to show and it's taking a toll on your personal relationships. This ties in to the concept of leverage and creating a team effort.
- Money. You're in this industry not necessarily for the money…but rather what that money can do for you. Vacations, private school, pay off debts etc. If you're trying to emerge as a hero in your marketing company but not seeing the results you want/need it's time to reconsider your strategy.
- Fun. Believe me it's not fun flying solo in network marketing. It's brutal and discouraging. As soon as I found a team that was constantly moving, motivating and recognizing people's efforts I was having fun. Not only did I have fun but I made the most money from that team than I had in the previous 3 years in my first 45 days. That, my friend is absolutely key.
You see, Dwayne connected with some of the top leaders in network marketing on the internet. What that got him was a product he created on the shelf of the largest attraction marketing system on the internet. He's making sales on autopilot in a system where people are hungry for value…that's absolutely what Dwayne delivers.
Trying to build your network marketing business on your own is either inspiring or downright stupid…and I'm leaning towards the latter. I tried going the path you may be on now and it's not fun. Sure you can say to yourself that you're still in the industry when so many others have quit. Sure you can say that you'll hit that dream residual income one day.
But instead of dreaming about that dream income as the lone hero in your company, why not make it a reality with a team that literally helps you reach your goals? Don't postpone your success because of your ego or loyalty to something that's not making you money.
If you want to join arms with a team that is ready and willing to push you over the top, to help you make more money in your first 45 days than in the past 3 years then click here now to take control of your destiny today.