I love technology. To think people used to build their network marketing businesses without a cell phone is mind boggling to me. The thought of having to keep track of an organization with pen and paper would be enough to send anyone’s anxiety through the roof. Now days, people can carry their business around in […]
Before we get started, we want to put out a little disclaimer that the object of this video and discussion is in no way intended to “poach” anyone from other companies. Rather, we hope to enlighten anyone who may be new to the industry and looking, or anyone who may not have chosen a Network […]
As most people know, I went to school, acquiring a bunch of debt, to get a “job” in the dental industry as a dental technician. I was excited for this journey, thinking I was pursuing a lifelong dream to own my own business and be my own boss a few years down the line. As everyone […]
Time and time again Whit and I get asked “how do you do it?” in correlation to building a network marketing business with small children at home. To be completely honest with everyone, we don’t know any different. When we first got started in this industry, Kaetz was just under a year old. So we’ve never known […]
What is your WHY? WHAT are you WILLING to do to get it? These were the first 2 questions our mentor asked us when we hit the “submit” button to enroll in our home company in February 2014. Being new to the industry, we didn’t understand just how important this why was yet. But because […]
In MLM, it’s not what you know, or even who you know. It’s actually more about who knows you. If you’re at all serious, you’ve got a list of subscribers to your blog, an RSS feed, an email newsletter or other services. Whether 10 you’ve got just 10 people on your list or 10,000, the object of the game is to build your list! After all, you’ve probably heard a thousand times…
Building a profitable MLM business to earn a steady $500 to $1000 every month can be difficult. You’ve got to consistently sell products and recruit new team members to make that happen.
Do you think that your low sales and inability to recruit new team members are a product of someone interfering with YOUR efforts? Are you constantly blaming other people for your own failures? Is it your sponsor’s fault? The product’s fault? The company’s fault?