In fact, think twice about passing up on a home-based business which could provide your entire family with a stress-free and debt-free life without spending a few minutes to check this out … Let’s talk.
Sometimes subjective thinking is the strangest phenomena believing you are doing something right for the simple reason of following the crowd. The term herd mentality or cognitive bias hasn’t always been productive.
It has taken me a decade to come to terms that my current network marketing home business is running off the tracks in a way I instinctively felt was wrong and near impossible to promote honestly to others.
So, I write this article for two reasons.
- stop doing the wrong kind of internet marketing to build business partnerships
2. show a better way for average networkers to use basic steps for network marketing fitness and success
It’s also time to remove the stigma of multi-level marketing based on hyped-up promotional dreams versus true business principles and psychology of respecting your customers.
Here is the scenario that finally brought me to my senses. This is something we would not do on the street, so why do we act as if it’s acceptable on social media platforms.
Think, as you’re walking along the street, you meet someone and quickly hand him a video. “Check this out if you want to make thousands working from home?” You wouldn’t go to a social gathering like a Facebook party and hand out your resume to guests.
Yet, we presume that posting ads and links to our home business opportunities to the social media masses will get a gratifying response. “Thank you so much, just what I was looking for. Let me join now.”
Of course, if you’re charismatic and know how to make speeches, animated videos and reels, these handouts may spark more interest. But, what about if you are an average networker who lacks the technical skills or equipment? All you have is a website and products you believe in. How do you even get a fair chance to stand out and play the game?
Today, there is noise everywhere in an open outcry marketplace of ideas and the fanciest…