Relational marketing is the future.
An outstanding service or product does not need any publicity. Relational marketing is introducing those services or products to anyone with the certitude that its outstanding, from good quality and unique.
I'm a leader and motivates anyone who wants to succeed.
Fluent in Dutch, French and English i can help you to grow your business.
Even without a financial investment you can start your business, but you need to invest in time and dedication. Some MLM companies have great opportunities if you are willing to start with a minimum financial investment, but its not the money who will make you succeed but your enthousiasm and continuality.
A network marketing system in which most of the revenue comes from recruitment may be considered an illegal pyramid scheme. The networks i'm working with are legal and offers long time prosperity.
I investigate those companies with six elements:
Number one is stability. How old is the company?
Number two is excellent products or services that consumers will use and need frequently.
Number three is the compensation plan. How fair and generous is the distribution? This is really crucial as the pay plan represents exactly how you'll get paid.
Number four is the integrity of the company and the management. The experience of the CEO, the company's experience in the network marketing industry, and their background. Do they have a good reputation?
Number five is momentum and timing. What's going on with the company, and how is it growing.
Number six is support, training and business systems.
You may have a great company with excellent management, products or services that make a difference, a pay plan that's uniquely fair and very generous, and momentum and stability, but if you don't have a system in place that works, all of that doesn't matter. Most companies will have a transferable training system that they use, and that's where mentorship comes in. That is where i might help you.
Ask yourself why you don't succeed with your present MLM business.
When somebody is brought in and then the person who brought them in is just so busy bringing in other people that they don't spend the time to teach and train this new person. Does this sound familiar to you?
You should be prepared to spend time helping a new person come into the industry--training them, supporting them and holding their hand until they feel confident to be able to go off on their own. You really need to ask yourself, are you willing to do that? Are you able to do that? This is really about long-term relationship building. It's not about just bringing people into the business and just moving forward. It's about working with these people and helping them to develop relationships.
Remember its team working, you are not alone.
Contact me if the world of relational marketing is calling you.
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