Presenting Your Opportunity with 5 Easy Steps

By Eric Worre I have a secret to tell you. It’s not always easy to present. Presenting your opportunity is one of the first big hurdles you have to clear. If you want someone to buy into what you’re offering them, it’s needs to be done the right way. What I had to learn was […]

3 Steps to Grow Your Network Marketing Business

3 Steps to Grow Your Network Marketing Business

By Eric Worre Everybody’s end goal is to continue to grow their network marketing business. Today I want to cover three simple steps that you can take to grow the right way and find success in the future. How committed are you? Read the three steps and ask yourself if you’re willing to take those […]

Closing Prospects with the Right Six Questions

By Eric Worre We’ve all been there, myself included. Picture the scenario. You’ve sat down with your prospect, shared your story, and presented your opportunity, and then the big question popped in your head: How am I going to close and get the prospect to sign up? It’s a struggle everyone has had regardless of […]

The Thrust Factor

creating a recruiting blitz in network marketing

  Some people think the idea of a recruiting blitz is crazy – that you can’t (or even shouldn’t) try to recruit a ton of people in a short amount of time. But if I know one thing, success loves speed. Here’s why a recruiting blitz works. Picture this… Imagine I’m a part-time pilot and […]

3 Questions You Must Ask Yourself Before You Invite Someone to Your Opportunity

By Eric Worre Inviting prospects to learn more about your opportunity is a lifeline for your business.  Without an invitation, prospects will never know there is an opportunity for them.  Without a presentation, they will never know how to become a recruit and without recruits, you are dead in the water. So… It all falls […]

How to Spot a Recruit That Will Perform

By Eric Worre I used to have a bias.  I used to believe that the entry point of a new recruit would determine how they did in the Network Marketing profession. However… My bias has been proven wrong by the latest data coming out in Network Marketing. For example, I used to believe that if […]

Is Network Marketing A Real Business?

By Eric Worre I hear it all the time, “Network Marketing is not a real business.”  I don’t know if the people that say this are just misinformed or if they have never taken the time to figure out what Network Marketing really is.  I thought it would be helpful to do a comparison. What […]

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 […]

Recruiting Research 2018

By Eric Worre I have been around the Network Marketing profession for a long time.  If I look back and deconstruct the success I have hand over the past 30 years I see one thing over and over again. The majority of my new recruits were found when I went on a recruiting binge. With […]

The Top Reasons Why You Need to Attend Go Pro Recruiting Mastery

By Eric Worre Go Pro Recruiting Mastery is the must-attend event for all Network Marketers! As the largest and most in-depth Network Marketing training event in the world, this event brings you an all-star lineup of million-dollar earners, business experts, and personal development mentors. Here is a list of the Top Reasons Why You NEED to Attend: […]

The Most Profitable Tactic in Network Marketing

By Eric Worre What is the highest profiting business tactic you have ever implemented? Some may think its recruiting, some may think it is social media, some may even think its duplication. They would all be WRONG! Across the entire Network Marketing profession, from one company to the next, the most profitable business activity you can […]

The Secret to Duplication and 3 Ways to do it Right

I see this happen to a lot of people when they’re first starting out … they join a team, excited about the product and opportunity then quickly lose that excitement because their upline didn’t tell them what to do and how to do it. They end up being a consumer instead of a recruiter or […]