So, you have failed in MLM marketing success. It’s a bit cruel to point that out, but nevertheless, facts are facts. You may wonder how you have failed. You may be making your goals and building a replication machine but you have failed. You may not have realized that you have failed. So, the bitter truth is out there and here is how you failed. You chose a bad leadership style that focused on you and not the prospects. Now what can you do? Don’t fret changing one style and focus is a challenge but it can be done and here are some guiding steps.
Changing mindset to serving from being served
One of the biggest errors for MLM marketing success is having the “I want to be served” attitude. The world doesn’t owe you anything. To combat the problematic marketers many companies have switched to “let us serve” attitude and it works. Not only does it cleanse the soul from bad residue, it allows the marketer to define clear and realistic business goals that focus on helping. It allows one to critically think about their ethics and operation in an honest and transparent way.
Many of us don’t like dealing with telemarketers at dinner time, but how many of you are using the same techniques as they are. To open the door for MLM marketing success, we should not interrupt but engage with content that is focused on helping our prospects. Even if it means never seeing a penny from them. That may be frustrating for many of you but money is only one tiny part for success here. Brand loyalists are worth their weight in gold. These fans are powerful resources that could become teammates in the future. It is wise not to lose hope and give up after 3 minutes of failure or so. Treat each relationship like it’s the only one you will ever have and see what happens.
The technical side to your MLM marketing success
Once you’ve changed your style and move into the serve first, you can then look into the technical aspect to the marketing. Does your content reek of overly promotional material? Good content does not talk about you. It helps answer problems or provide detailed insight. Are you publishing on a regular schedule or are you over publishing? It’s great that you share quotes but where is the practical hands on advice that you could share.