By Randy Gage
If you try MLM/ Leveraged Sales, you will most certainly fail. If you commit to MLM/Leveraged Sales, you will very likely succeed.
There are many things in life that only work when you make that personal commitment to achieving them. Our business is one of them. People who dabble with it, test drive it, or give it a shot almost always will end up part of the “churn” – the vast amount of people who drop out in their first 60 days.
Think about the character qualities that power our business:
Let’s break them down:
- If you’re mostly trustworthy, you’re not trustworthy.
- If you are mainly committed, you’re not committed.
- If you’re usually reliable, you’re not reliable.
Everything you do in this business, good and bad, is magnified exponentially through the power of duplication. Commitment is the bedrock foundation of doing anything well. If your team hosts regular opportunity presentations and training events and you’re mostly, mainly, or usually there – you’re sending a very clear message to your team that their trust is you may be misplaced. If you’re not committed, get out. You’re taking the spot in the genealogy that someone else deserves more.