I Tried Network Marketing, It Didn't Work!

I Tried Network Marketing, It Didn't Work!



Have you ever heard someone say, “I tried Network Marketing, and it didn’t work”? Maybe they say something like “the company failed” or “my sponsor didn’t help me” or “my team didn’t do anything…” Today is about perspective, because this one thing can make or break you.

There is a certain law of every organization (not just MLM) that must be followed if you want to see growth, and today I’m going to show you what it is, along with helping to see a new, more empowering perspective when things don’t go as you planned.

It’s more than business. These are life skills that will serve you in all areas of life.

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11 Thoughts to “I Tried Network Marketing, It Didn't Work!”

  1. Incredibly helpful. Direct and a great resource when discouraged.

  2. great nfrmaton, will share this with my fb group for all new business owners/distributors. thank you.

  3. Good Stuff. gotta lay pipe if you want to get ahead 😉

    I've had my share of "It"s… mostly my picking the wrong companies to rep for.
    A few time's I thought I found the "One".
    So far the one hasn't turned out the way I envisioned it, but it looks like it's coining back even stronger than before so who knows…
    This One could be the "One"! 😉

  4. You have to do the work if you don't want somebody else compel you to it. That's what it takes to be a business owner.

  5. Great content Tim – These principles even apply over the pond in the UK..;) Its called running your own Business. Thank you for your in-depth contribution.

  6. It's not correct to say "it" doesn't work. It works if you take the time and effort to learn how to work it and then DO the pipeline until you find a few of the right people who also do what it takes until it begins to grow on its own. Saying "IT doesn't work," is a weak excuse. As someone once said, "It's not easy to become a millionaire!" Even the name "Net-WORK" should give people a clue, but it's still one of the best ways for the average person to make it big if they do what it takes.

  7. Another great content. Could you make a video talking in depth about pipeline. Thank you.

  8. Great way to point back to the fact that it’s all about training. Someone can learn or blame. So much easier to blame in the short term. But what a waste of an incredible life in the long term!

  9. You’re awesome. I’m in Primerica and hector lamarque always talks about the seven fundamentals. (Prospecting, Setting Appointments, presentation, overcoming objections, product knowledge, recruiting, and training the recruits). It’s the same in any business. Truth is business is hard. And network marketing recruits people who probably never tried to own a business. It’s take a different mindset. The “it” isn’t network marketing. It’s the person.
    You hear of musicians, actors, real estate agents, sports players, etc. try out and not make it. The percentages of them making it is really low. But the ones who make it are the ones who face rejection, master their craft, and stay consistent. Keep being a model for entrepreneurship. Great work.

  10. Can't wait for your training!! <3
    Thank you for educating all of us Mr. Tim… we are forever indebted to you…
    Education REALLY is the key.

  11. Great info explaining the "IT"

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