How to Make the Case that Network Marketing Fitness is not Artificial Intelligence
This new AI advancement offers optimal solutions for many facets of the business world. Its regenerative application is beneficial and inevitable for many areas such as navigating administrative tasks, augmenting clinical health care, supplementing education, entertaining and diversifying personal assistance.
AI is even starting to infiltrate the network marketing home business area commonly based on belly-to-belly conversations with real people.
I’m not sure this AI curriculum applies to the majority of networkers outside the elite practioners; so, I’ll try to prove my case and offer a gentler solution for network marketing fitness.
Does every networker have to learn how to set up different data structures, engage chatGTP or its derivatives, integrate instant images or reels, learn prompting techniques, choose best plug ins writing styles, and follow scripts like being Steve Jobs, a SEO specialist or a trained salesperson?
Besides, the denotation “artificial” bothers me…networkers should not be sharing any kind of information not based on reality.
My issue is that network marketing fitness should depend on better training and review of common sensibilites to develop personal relationships…then, now and in the future.
Strangers don’t join other strangers as business partners. Any salesmanship takes long-term conversions tuned into each other’s channels.
Yet, I see AI currents promoted by some top networkering leaders as they strive to dominate the industry again.
The Replay of the Early Magnetic Marketer
Unfortunately, I feel similar intonations from 20 years ago when internet marketing first appeared as the medium to advertise and grow a business. A group of pioneer marketers with primary computer skills found an open landscape that catered to posting their websites for results.
Their early success became a public mantra to be a Magnetic Guru with more lists, more followers, more ads with handheld…