One of the things I appreciate most about legendary Network Marketing trainer Eric Worre is that he advocates “Going Pro.”
If you are not familiar with this, it’s pretty simple. He means being a professional. For a long time, network marketing was not perceived, even by the people in the business, as a profession. But it absolutely is. And it’s arguably one of the best professions anyone could be in. Seriously, where else can you build a business to whatever size you choose with little to no financial risk?
I start this article with this, because whether you have just signed-up yesterday, been in the business for 20 years, or are considering getting started and haven’t decided which company to work with yet, you want to conduct yourself like a professional.
Professionals treat their business and their prospects and clients with respect.
If they don’t…they won’t be in the profession very long. This applies to every profession in the world, not just home business and network marketing. I’m not talking in this case about the clothes you wear or the briefcase you have.
I am talking about how you represent yourself and your work. Professionals learn their craft. They take the time to develop themselves and their skills. They know that there are no short cuts to success. Sure, you can get to success sooner by working smarter, harder, longer, faster, and more consistently. But there aren’t any true short cuts. You have to grow yourself and you have to grow your business and that takes doing it and doing it right.
And the absolutely beautiful thing about network marketing is that it is a profession that does not restrict your opportunities based on level of education, income, experience, or anything else for that matter. You and you alone get to decide to succeed and no one can stop you from doing it.
So, now to the lesson. Someone attempted to prospect me the other day (which is a waste of time by the way). And they did one of the most unprofessional things they could possibly have done. They probably don’t even realize it because they haven’t been trained otherwise. Watch this short video and pay close attention to this one thing that you should NEVER do.
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