Whether it’s through marriages, baptisms, or essay deadlines in high school, commitment is a very large ideal in any relationship so why not with the relationship between a network marketer and his/her profession?
Commitment, motivation, and customer loyalty are key in the field of network marketing.
Also, what about the commitment of your consumers to you and most importantly, your commitment to your consumers? It should come as no surprise to know that some big named network marketing organizations simply see their consumers as Mr. Krabbs views his customers on Spongebob: like nothing but walking price tags. Therefore, this is the perfect example of what not to do if you plan on actually making a difference in the lives of your consumers. Once you took a seat in the big comfy leather chair with wheels, you willingly made an unspoken commitment to your consumer family that you will treat them with respect and prove to them that they were not wrong for bestowing their faith in you and your product… No pressure.
As long as you put your heart and soul into the work that you do and put everything you have into the silent commitment that you made, it is okay if you make mistakes along the way. What’s important is that you are trying to develop yourself and your business into something that you and the consumers who have showed any kind of support along the way, can be proud of. Your commitment, motivation and customer loyalty should shine through in the efforts you put forth.
As I’ve said before, failure should be a welcomed concept when it comes to doing the thing that you love because when you fail, you have the opportunity to re-evaluate and learn what you have done wrong. The keyword being learn. I don’t care what anyone has ever told you, there is no such things as knowing too much, being too knowledgeable, or being over qualified. There is only non-comprehension and a lack of understanding, which are notions that you should try to avoid in the marketing profession because time is of the essence when there are lives to be changed and money to be made. You have to commit yourself to success as if you have already achieved the level that you set out for. You have to create the content, product, and atmosphere of a successful entrepreneur (even if you are not one yet). Do not allow the temporary struggle of getting your business off the ground be the reason why you do not commit to the future success you will have.
Network marketing can either be a really expensive hobby or a lucrative business and you deserve the latter.
However, no one can make you commit to the field of network marketing except you and you have to really want it. Don’t just jump into the field miserably or because you feel there is no other choice: this is not a marriage you want to walk out on. Trust me. Deciding to commit to success is the number one rule to being successful in network marketing. Once you’ve decided that you’re going to give it your all and you won’t let anything or anyone get in your way, you’re on the path toward making your dreams a reality. If it is very difficult for you to have a vision of the future, It’s very important to have goals and make sure that you are constantly trying to fulfill them. These goals don’t have to be out of this world. They could be simple tasks such as cleaning out your office to declutter your mind and personal space. As long as you’re constantly striving to do something productive every day that will ultimately better your business and you will be golden!
I know, this all sounds easier said than done, but if you’re constantly thinking negatively, nothing good will ever come from it. I would rather take chances with everyday goals than sit back and enjoy the safety net of your normal routine. Making mistakes is better than not doing anything at all. Remember that this is all a learning experience, and with every risk you make, you are that much closer to attaining your goals. But, you need to make sure to set those goals first.
It’s important to realize that you won’t become successful overnight, even though you wish it. While it may get frustrating you need to decide if you want to utilize network marketing as a part time job that will allow you to gain some extra cash, or if you want to make this the source of your full-time income.
What are you willing to give up in order to gain this?
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