To stand out in network marketing you need to think differently. Most people who start in network marketing need to switch their point of view; you need to be the messenger and not the message. Once you get your mind around this fact you will notice a large difference in your network marketing business.
A common mistake marketers make is to think of themselves as the message. I know when I started this was a mistake that I made on more than one occasion. All this lead to was me getting nervous to talk to others when I really never had a reason to be nervous at all. It can also lead to people getting extra excited for a yes and get overly upset if they receive a no.
Let’s compare your business to other businesses that have messengers we have in our community: 1-800-flowers, Papa Johns, and even Gorilla Grams all come to your door by messenger. The deliveryman or woman could care less if you want their delivery or if you reject the package as soon as you are made aware of its existence. Their job is strictly to deliver the package (message) and move on to the next stop.
For some of you this may be the first time you are hearing this but many people want what you have. That was my attempt at humor but seriously, a lot of people are searching for the right opportunity or project, it is just up to you to guide them in the right direction. The main thing you have to worry about is getting your message out to as many people as possible.
If you are looking to take most of the pressure off of you then you need to use business tools; these help you communicate the right information every time. You are making things simple so people can understand your message and then they can duplicate what you are doing. At the same time you are putting a piece of the company into someone elses hands.
It is up to you to determine how many people you are going to get your message out to. Use the internet to create a predictable path for your business and take the guesswork out of building an income, while at the same time inspire people, unify your team, and simplify your strategy.