The RR Principle

The RR Principle In this podcast episode I talk about the RR Principle. If you don’t have this and implement this principle, you will always struggle in Business. You can work as hard as you want, however unless you have RR you will always feel like you are behind the ball.

Please listen, share, comment, and take your Business to the Next Level!

Faith, Skill, Business, & Bricks…(1 min. read)

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Why do some people crumble in the face of discourgment and others rise from the ashes, bigger and better than before? What is the secret? Faith, as Steve Jobs said, and I would like to add Skill.

In business, I like to think of faith as the willingness to believe that good can come out of any situation we are faced with. One of the ways I “keep the faith” is by acquiring skills. Every unique challenge also poses a unique moment to learn something new. Sometimes, you even discover skills that you never knew you had. Faith and skill go hand in hand. Skills require faith to attain and faith requires skills to maintain.

Challenges are inevitable. Our willingness to see them as opportunities to learn and push forward, is what makes the difference. Keep the faith, learn new skills, and while life throws bricks, we will build our dreams. Mahalo.

 

 

 

 

 

Today’s Post Via: Facebook LIVE!!!

It’s inevitable, when you build a successful network marketing team you will run into cross-line issues.  Don’t let it take wind out of your sails.  I’ll be sharing my solutions to  5 very common Network Marketing cross-line situations.

via: Facebook LIVE!!!!

Wednesday April 27, 2016 | 10:00 AM HST

Hope to see you there!

They’re Finally Catching On…(2 min read)

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What’s the point of success if you end up alone?  The true beauty of the network marketing industry is finally being recognized today thanks to the widespread understanding of collaboration. Traditionally modeled companies are seeing that it pays to work in teams, something the network marketers industry has been doing all along.

Take Avon for example.  It was founded in 1886 to help women create an independent stream of income from home. To put it in greater perspective, that was 34 years before women had the right to vote.  They proudly wave the flag “empowering women for 130 years.”

Some network marketers find loop holes, ways to mass recruit and you can make a large amount of money doing that. However, if you’d like to make an income and impact other peoples’ lives, build a team.

True network marketers know that the success of their network marketing business is directly predicated on the success of their teams.  True network marketing is personal development and service disguised as business.  Why make just an income, when you can make an income and a difference?

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3 Tips to Get You Pitch Perfect…(2 min read)

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We’ve all heard of the “elevator pitch,” (explain your business in 30 seconds) but how effective is it really? Are you even using it properly? I hear this word get thrown around to the point of exhaustion.  Today it’s often synonymous with uncomfortable sales situations and coercion tactics.  If you take the time to sharpen up this skill it can be prove to be indispensable. Lets use the metaphor of baseball.  Take MLB Champ Tom Seaver for example, arguably one of the best pitchers of all time.  He has spent a lifetime perfecting his pitch through victory and defeat.  Here are a few of his quotes:

“The artful pitcher must take the inevitable peaks and valleys of pitching in stride and never give in to the batters or lose sight of his/her own strengths.”

  1. Prepare yourself & bet on your strengths: Right out the gates, you can’t possibly know everything about the product or service you are marketing.  A good start is to learn a whole lot about what YOU love about your product first.  Add this to your pitch and it will naturally ooze with genuine passion and excitement.

 

“Pitch within yourself.”

  1. Be You: The script is an outline to help you stay on track. If you’re company encourages a certain language or script, use it in your own way.  Your family and friends know you. They can read your pitch a mile away if you suddenly switch to “script reading robot” mode.  With a cold contact (someone you’ve met for the first time), you can be more formal but be careful if it’s outside of your strength zone.

 

“God is living in New York, and he’s a Mets fan.”

  1. Conviction: Gain a personal conviction of your product or service.  Most elevator pitches lead to more dialog and usually the next phase of the conversation will be, “Have you tried it?” “What do you like about it?”  After working so hard to encourage dialog you don’t want to start fumbling with your words.  People respect authenticity.

Be consistent in your efforts and don’t worry about the numbers.  Apply these tips to your elevator speech and let me know how it goes.  Let’s Play Ball!

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Eniva Files Bankruptcy

Some scary times in the industry. Lots of instability within companies.

The top earner in Eniva reported earning over $10 MIL over the last few years with the opportunity. Eniva became popular with the VIBE drink (which was a liquid vitamin) that didn’t taste that great but supposedly was pulling in great testimonials.

Of course, this was before the explosion of Network Marketing Super Juice companies hit the scene hard.

Anyhow, really gets one thinking…”Could my company be next?”

How do you know if your company is safe. Do you know what goes on within the walls of your corporate office?? Do you know what goes on within the minds of your corporate executives??

It’s a very uneasy thing to think about but one thing that you need to understand is that at the end of the day, aside from all the glitz and glamour, any MLM company is just a company.

The opportunity is within you.

My heart goes out to those in Eniva. Many in the industry feel they will most likely shut their doors for business in the near future due to some of the challenges they are facing and are soon to face with their decline of growth in the industry.

Similar story with Arbonne when they filed for bankruptcy too.

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