A Skeptic Walks into the Room…

A Skeptic Walks into the Room…

By Eric Worre Unfortunately, Network Marketing has had some bad publicity. Many outside the profession think it’s a pyramid scheme, a get-rich-quick scheme, or just a scam. And unfortunately, this means as you’re out recruiting prospects, you’ll run into some skeptics. This frightens many Network Marketers. What do you say when your prospect thinks you’re trying to scam them? How are you supposed to react when they speak negatively about your profession, thinking they already know everything about it? I’m sorry to say that there’s no way to avoid skeptics. You will run into one eventually. But that doesn’t mean… [Click here to read more]

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Squirrel! Dealing with Distractions

Squirrel! Dealing with Distractions

By Eric Worre If you have a dog, you know that they can be easily distracted. One minute they’re happily chasing the stick you just threw, and the next they are chasing the squirrel that just crossed their path, then barking at a random tree, and then following the scent of another dog, and then, and then… The prized stick is forgotten. Distractions can easily sidetrack you. One minute you’re making phone calls and scheduling meetings with prospects, and the next you’re scrolling through nonsense on Facebook or watching cat videos. Soon you’ve wasted hours of your day. And wasted… [Click here to read more]

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Celebrating Your Independence Day

Celebrating Your Independence Day

By Eric Worre Recently, my family and I celebrated the Fourth of July, America’s Independence Day, and before that Canada celebrate its Independence Day. These kinds of holidays are always fun and powerful reminders to each country’s citizens about the sacrifices made to gain independence and the freedoms they now cherish. Even if you don’t live in Canada or the United States, as a Network Marketer, you can celebrate your Independence Day as well – the day you chose to be an entrepreneur. Do You Remember What It Was Like? I know you don’t need to be told the benefits… [Click here to read more]

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The Obstacle Becomes the Way

The Obstacle Becomes the Way

By Eric Worre It is inevitable. It doesn’t matter who you are, where you’re from, what you do, or how well you’re prepared. You’ll be going along just fine, building your business and talking to prospects, and suddenly WHAM! You slam face first into an obstacle. Maybe you lose all of your top leaders, the company makes a major change, or you got rejected again. You can’t prevent obstacles from being placed in front of you, but you can control how you react to them. This is what separates the average person from the exceptional one. How Do You React… [Click here to read more]

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The Fortune Is in the Follow Up

The Fortune Is in the Follow Up

By Eric Worre Network Marketers often make the mistake of thinking that they have to sign up a prospect at the end of the first meeting. But 9 times out of 10, a prospect won’t sign up after just one exposure. It takes time to educate prospects so that they fully understand the opportunity. And that is why the follow up is so important. You can have an endless list of prospects and give the best presentations, but if you don’t follow up with your prospects, you won’t sign anyone up. You have to keep the relationship and the conversation… [Click here to read more]

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The Power of Social Media in Network Marketing

The Power of Social Media in Network Marketing

By Eric Worre I will be the first to admit, I was hesitant at the idea of using social media for a business when it first came out. I thought it would never work to sit at a computer and just type or push buttons instead of going out and having face-to-face conversations with people. And to a point, I was right. Social media can’t take the place of having that in-person interaction when recruiting people to your business. But over the past few years, social media has become a valuable and effective means to reach out to all new… [Click here to read more]

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5 Strategies to Create Summer Momentum

5 Strategies to Create Summer Momentum

By Eric Worre Summer is here! That means pool parties, barbecues, vacations, amusement parks, beaches, and summer fun! But it also means that too many entrepreneurs make the mistake of losing momentum. Too many people think that because it’s summer, they don’t have to work or they can slow down their business. However, they lose out on so much potential growth when they do that. Keep the momentum in your business going during the summer. This doesn’t mean you can’t take some time off to spend with family and enjoy the nice weather. But don’t lose the whole summer. Here… [Click here to read more]

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Don’t Run Away from the Word “No” [Audio]

Don’t Run Away from the Word “No” [Audio]

By Eric Worre What is the one thing that every Network Marketer fears when they first start out? The word “No.” We are afraid of rejection. We think that we’ve somehow failed when prospects reject us time and time again. But that’s not true. We need to learn that rejection doesn’t destroy us, it pushes us forward. Meet Andrea Waltz Andrea Waltz is co-author of the best-selling book, Go for No! and a professional speaker. She is wildly passionate about helping others overcome their fear of failure and rejection by changing the way they think about the word “No.” Listen below… [Click here to read more]

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Fun Between Marathons

Fun Between Marathons

By Eric Worre I talk all the time about business and giving 100% of your energy to reach success. And while that is definitely rewarding, you still need to remember to have fun! And I don’t mean just enjoying the work, but actually going out and having unabashed, non-business related, fun! Too Much Work? Too many people run themselves to the ground because all they do is work on their business. They are calling prospects all day long. They set up meetings seven days a week, and even on vacations, they are sitting on the edge of the pool with… [Click here to read more]

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It Takes a Village: Avoiding Burn Out

It Takes a Village: Avoiding Burn Out

By Eric Worre I see it far too many times. Someone is building a business, seeing a lot of growth, doing well, and then…they burn out. They are overwhelmed with all of the meetings, phone calls, and distributor training. They are stressed out and frustrated. But they were doing so well, what happened? They tried to do it all by themselves. You’ll Burn Out By Yourself You are an entrepreneur. You are the leader of a team, and you own your own business. But that doesn’t mean you can do everything by yourself. When you first start out, doing everything… [Click here to read more]

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The Confidence to Tie Your Shoe [Audio]

The Confidence to Tie Your Shoe [Audio]

By Eric Worre How long did it take you to gain the confidence to do something by yourself? You probably fell over countless times before you could ride a bike. Or you fumbled with your shoe laces for weeks before you could tie the perfect bow. You don’t become confident overnight, even though I know a lot of you probably wished it would. You have to be confident in your skills and abilities in order to succeed in Network Marketing. Otherwise, you’ll constantly be second guessing yourself and won’t push hard enough to achieve your goals, grow your business, or reach the next… [Click here to read more]

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Never, Ever, Ever Say This to Prospects

Never, Ever, Ever Say This to Prospects

By Eric Worre I talk a lot about what you should say to prospects when recruiting. But there are a couple things you should never, ever say to your prospects. These phrases do nothing but set up your prospects with unrealistic expectations. Don’t worry, every Network Marketer is guilty of using one of these lines when they were first starting out. It’s Easy! Okay, no. This profession is not easy. It might be an easier way to start your own business than the traditional route, but it is not easy. Network Marketing is hard. It’s hard to keep calling prospects when… [Click here to read more]

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