In this week’s show, Eric Worre details the 7 Deadly Sins in Network Marketing. Whether you have been in Network Marketing for awhile, or just getting started, these “sins” are helpful to know so that you don’t commit then, and your new people can avoid them also. These are things that are paramount to understanding and provide a clear “what not to do” roadmap in your organization. These 7 Deadly Sins can absolutely rip an organization apart, and are deadly to your long term success in this profession… The 7 Deadly Sins in Network Marketing are:
1. Over-inflating your product or your opportunity. The truth is enough.
2. Inconsistency. Whether you are the leader or just getting started, make sure that you’re consistent. Inconsistency in building your business will crush your efforts.
3. Negativity. Nobody enjoys listening to negativity, or being around, or following people who are negative in their talk, posture or behavior. Negativity will crush an organization, so be positive.
4. The “Idea of the week.” Be stable within your organization when it comes to a method of operation that you’re asking people to do.
5. Sleeping around. What you do outside of your organization is one thing. What you do inside of your organization is a completely different thing. We’re professionals. Be professional. It’s just not worth the reputation risk or emotional impact within an organization.
5. Stealing distributors. Whether with good intentions or bad, just make a decision that if you didn’t bring them to the party, you’re not signing them up. Your job is to be their peer, not a predator.
7. Bouncing from company to company. Decide to sink your roots deep. There may come a time where you have to make a decision, you have to make a move. But don’t be a person that every couple of years you pull up roots and go someplace.
Eric not only provides you with an in-depth look at each of these 7 Deadly Sins, but he also provides suggestions on what you can do to reverse all of them. Your goal is to build a strong culture, build a great organization, and build a great residual future. Also, as Eric points out, if there are people who are brand new to the profession that haven’t experienced any of this yet, it’s important to teach them these sins. There are landmines within any organization and things to avoid, but together, we can take this profession, raise the standards and practices and improve around the world, because we do have a gift. We have something to offer people.
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ABOUT ERIC WORRE
Eric Worre is the world’s most watched and most trusted resource for Network Marketing training and support.
Since 2009, he has produced over 1,400 free videos for the Network Marketing community on virtually every topic. His training is now viewed by over 5 million people every single week.
In 2010, he created Go Pro Recruiting Mastery. An annual generic training event that has grown into the largest in Network Marketing history. Over 8,000 attended in 2015 and the next event in December 2016 has over 17,000 pre-registered.
In 2013, he released the International best-selling book “Go Pro – 7 Steps to Becoming a Network Marketing Professional”, which has sold well over 1 million copies to date and has become a “must read” for anyone who is serious about building their network marketing business.
In 2014, he released the documentary style film “Rise Of The Entrepreneur” which helps to dispel many of the misconceptions related to Network Marketing.
In 2015, along with his wife Marina, he created a new annual event called “The Most Powerful Women In The World” which is already the world’s largest generic Network Marketing event for women.
To date, the Network Marketing Pro community has grown to over a million leaders from over 100 countries around the world.
As the most sought after speaker in Network Marketing today, he is engaged in an effort to raise all ships and allow this profession to truly take its proper place in this world as “a better way”.