Which would you prefer to have in your business, or rather which one sounds more fun…like something you would commit to and stick to:
Hustle and Hard work, or Ease,,,,flow….effortless and elegant.
Hustle and hard work are typically how we feel when we are doing something out of synch with our natural rhythm.
Easily, elegantly, and effortlessly, in the flow of life and calm sounds a lot better.
And, as someone who has worked my business from both angles, I can tell you that the latter is much more fun, lucrative and enticing to others.
Hustle and hard work lead to burn out.
Network Marketing is a volunteer business, and no one wants to volunteer for hard.
When you don’t wake up each day with a clear, understandable plan of what you need to do to move your business forward, that leaves most with...
Welcome to Part 2 of my Interview with Janine Finney, author of "The Flip Flop CEO!
Quote "The person you are talking to has been watching you; seeing the way you do business. They're evaluating, asking 'do I want to do that. Could I see myself doing that.' These are my peers and they want a real business."
Many excited new Network Marketing business owners approach people wrong, and don't create the type of interest and education needed.
Listen in as we share tools and resources for professionals.
The Flip Flop CEOs Yes, I appreciate that. I love that you're i i love that because I think we as a profession need to become more professional and we need to really um
The Flip Flop CEOs speak differently and approach this differently and show up differently. And I, but I really do think that, personally, I believe that
The Flip Flop CEOs...
Here are the skills you must master -
Get clear on what you sell, who you sell to, and how to sell to them. Online, these means developing good “success language” that speaks directly to their challenge; and your solution.
Know how to ask, answer and deliver on their questions and concerns before they even ask.
Know when to take it off the public venue and offline. Don’t try to let a social conversation close your deal.
Be real, be engaged, be interested. Be conversational and don’t “move in for the kill.”
Never share a link without permission. We have a tendency to want to just “spray and pray,” plastering our link everywhere we can, hoping to catch someone and “rope them in.”
The problem is, you are modeling for them what you will...
Have you ever wondered how to explain network marketing to someone with a closed mind? Or, how to approach someone you view as already super successful, who might have an interest, but you are unsure, and don’t want to feel silly or stupid when you open the conversation?
Or, perhaps you are struggling with your own MLM blueprint and belief in the profession?
Listen in as I am joined by a former Corporate America executive, six figure earner who was very unhappy in her corporate life, even though everything looked polished and buttoned up on the outside. Yet, she was a complete MLM skeptic.
What opened her mind; how did she hit the top rank in her company in 1 year; and how might this knowledge help you do the same?
Jackie Ulmer: So Janine, welcome. I am so thrilled to have you here and super excited about the conversation. We're going to have
The Flip Flop CEOs:...
How do I find people for my Network Marketing business? How do I share what I am doing in a way that feels authentic and not "salesy?"
These are two questions I had myself; and now have answered for decades!
My short answer - you don't find them; you let them find YOU.
And, here is how!
In 1999, after attending an internet seminar, I saw some genuine potential in using online methods as a tool to "reverse roles" and allow those people who were interested in a home business to find me, and let me know they wanted to know more.
So, I decided to give this “Internet thingie” a go, and build a web presence, and ultimately a business online.
Lots of people lined up to tell me I was crazy; I wouldn’t be successful; it couldn’t be done. I calmly put my blinders and ear muffs on and got busy proving them wrong.
We tend to think of dating as what we do for a romantic partner. But, what if we shifted how we think of our prospects and becoming attractive to those in and around our business?
Let's talk about first date magic for network marketers; are you dating your prospects. So when we think of dating.
Mr Google says:
You are actively getting out there and meeting people and spending time with them. “Dating someone” means you're seeing somebody specific, with purpose and on a regular basis. ... You're spending time with a person (or persons) in hopes of finding a committed relationship.
Think about this with regard to the relationships you build in your business.
Ambassadors for you.
Most people flounder and fail in their attempt to...
Here’s what my clients tell me, and I get it. Almost on the daily, they stare at their screen, spinning their wheels trying to figure out what to share on social media to create SOMETHING - a like, a comment, some interest, a Direct Message, maybe, and wow, a sale or signup would be nice.
Right? Is this you?
You ponder, write, edit, delete, and repeat.
And nothing ever gets out there. Or, at least not consistently and not content that pulls people to you.
And, you HATE how overwhelming and time consuming it is for you.
You’ve purchased content calendars to give you prompts, and you start, then stop because it's starting to feel so…forced, so generic, so stale, even.
You’ve probably even fallen into the trap of copying someone else’s content, maybe your upline or someone in your company, because it worked for them; it inspired you,...
How I discovered it, what I did with that when I lost my why how I got it back and where I am today.
When I started my network marketing journey, maybe, much like you I was asked by my upline and told in my training to "write down my why..."
I started to work on my "why!"
But the reality of it is, I was very confused about what that really meant. What's my why?
When I started my network marketing business, I just wanted to make a lot of money. I wanted to create lifestyle freedom. I wanted to create time freedom.
I wanted to stop looking at the cost of everything before making decisions.
Most of all I wanted to make sure that I could stay home full time with my children. That was absolutely my top my number one goal.
My guess is you can probably relate to the idea of having more money, creating more money in your life. So that was a big part of it.
When I first started my network marketing career, my husband...
Social media isn’t selling. It requires you to be SOCIAL.
Posting with the “Spray and Pray” process does NOT work.
Do you know the best way to get others interested in you? Be interested in them. TRULY engaged and interested.
Are you liking, and more importantly commenting in an engaging way, and having real conversations with people you enjoy talking to; and who might be a perfect fit for you.
Be real, be you, and don’t be graspy and loaded with an agenda in your conversations.
Just connect and get to know people.
Pick 10 people a day to engage with. Track it.
Be consistent. They will begin to see your posts.
This is how the algorithm works. Engage with them first. Get on their radar as well as Instagram or Facebook.
Try it for a month and let me know how it goes....
New year, new thoughts, new hopes and dreams. So, what is it about goals and goal setting that deserves our time and attention?And, why can this very thought and process derail us?
THAT is today’s show topic!
It’s human nature to always have hope, possibility, and expect the potential of what might be!
I want to dive into goals, goal setting, the fears we have around this process, and what we really must know about goals.
One of my favorite quotes is by Jim Rohn, on goals -
The true power and success in setting a goal is the transformation, growth and learning you accomplish on the way to achieving it.
We covered this on last week’s show, on Success Planning.
The challenge with most goal setting.
Random thought of what we want.
No true planning before.
No planning for actually achieving it.
And, 365 days stretching ahead of us.