The #1 Most Important MLM Success Tip For Network Marketers

by Howard Shen in MLM

Guys, what I’m about to share with you can totally change your business and totally change your life.

LMAO

That might be the keys to the success in the broker industry…

But it ain’t here in our network marketing profession… (umm.. Maybe I should give it a try?) *Blush*

Anyway.

A lot of people talk about “Slow and steady wins the race.”

That’s a bunch of garbage.

It’s most certainly not true, especially in your network marketing business.

Don’t ever think that simply hanging in there for a certain amount of time is all it takes.

Success doesn’t just fall into the lap of the patient ones.

Sorry, but it doesn’t.

Slow and steady does not win the race, unfortunately.

Slow and steady may help you to consume some good products.

But it won’t make you a large residual income.  It just won’t.

It’ll starve you to death.

The common denominator across all successful network marketers is this:

They’ve all done what I called the “90 Day Fast Track.”

A 3-month sprint, if you will.

Where you combine intense outpouring of energy, action-taking, raw energy, and pure, unwavering passion that you flat-out force results into your business.

Want an example?

Here’s Leo:

Here’s another example.

Imagine an airplane on a runway.  If you wanna get off the ground, you gotta give 100%… 90% ain’t even gotta cut it.

You give 100% to take off to a certain altitude.

Now, you don’t stay at 100% all the time, cuz that will burn out the fuel.

But during that short period of 90 days… (Damn it, you’ve wasted 30 years, what’s another 90days?) you need to be laser-focused.

That’s when you pull 16-hour days.

Networking, marketing, studying, honing your craft.  Grindin’.

That’s when you make those million phone calls, host nonstop meetings, rock one presentation after the next, and follow-up compulsively.

But you can’t do it alone.

Here are the steps:

First, you’ve to negotiate with your spouse to clear up the next 90-days.

Tell him or her it’s gonna be bananas.

Second, grab a few downline, even sidelines to do it with you — it’s called synergy.

Third, you have to bring these people during the 90-day process to the next event.

You HAVE to leverage the events.

Fourth, it’s the maintaining process.  After 90-days, you can cruise a little bit.  Doing some coaching and training.  You know, general upkeep.

But those first 90 days… it’s not about balance, it’s about imbalance.

It’s about irrationally pursuing your dreams.

‘Cause your money chant awaits:

Luckily, though…

You don’t have to make a million phone calls to make money in my team.

Heck, you don’t have to make any calls to make money.

Watch, I’ll show you.

You don’t have to dress in a suit and tie and throw awkward hotel meetings.

In fact, just take the word “recruiting” right outta your vocabulary.

You won’t need it.  I’ll show you.

We’ve found a formula that works without doing this crazy stuff.  (I’ve done everything I mentioned above.  Trust me.  It ain’t fun.)

I’m not going anywhere, I want to see you success once and for all:

I love you and I appreciate you.

Let’s rock,

Howard Shen

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