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How To Hit the MLM Lottery Without Even Trying

“The difference between a warrior and an ordinary man is that the warrior sees everything as a challenge while an ordinary man sees everything as either a blessing or a curse.”

- Don Juan, “Tales of Power”

Do you have a BIG chip on your shoulder? But you are struggling in Network Marketing and the solutions aren’t presenting themselves to you?

Do you want to prove to your (brother-in-law, sister, cousin, boss, uncle, aunt, mom, or Dad) that you can make it big in network marketing? Do you sense them mocking you and your efforts?

Everything that has ever been done couldn't be done at one point in time, until it had been done the first time.

If you’ve ever wanted to do something historic in business...

I'm putting together an experimental team of a few new front line associates I will personally mentor. I'm ready to attempt something that's never been done in network marketing.

Over the last 2 years I've done nothing to recruit members or sell product of any consequence, because I decided to go back to the proverbial drawing board and rethink the issues that plague the mlm industry.

If you think you're going to succeed in this business by doing the same thing everyone else is currently doing in every other company and online marketing money making program, then you're going to get the same abysmal results as everyone else.

How will you distinguish yourself from everyone else with an overpriced funnel system or product to sell that can easily be bought on Amazon without having to deal with an intrusive and obnoxious Network Marketer? People want to be left alone.

A very high percentage of distributors fail in this industry in their objective to obtain a walk away residual income.


If you doubt the veracity of this statement, google


Unless something is radically different in your marketing and training approach you will spin your wheels and waste your time.

I can tell you this from experience because I've done it in the past and I quit doing it because even though I could have continued to make money I realized it wasn't worth it.

Then something happened in my mind, it began to crystallize by applying my experience with what I observed industry wide, a new vision of how to do this business that is revolutionary and really unique in its approach to business development. this was a total immersion in my thinking about this almost everyday for the last 2 years.

The problem in our industry is not the organizational concept of MLM - all businesses have the same pyramidal structure.  The main issue is how the business model is implemented and marketed. I don't care what company you're in, go ask the people at your corporate offices this question.

“How many distributors are still in the business after1 year? How about after 5, 10, 15, and 20 years?”  They won’t tell you the truth because it’s embarrassing and it doesn’t inspire confidence in the distributor base to know that they will have to run on an endless treadmill of recruitment, drop outs, and more recruitment.

As any MLM company ages (assuming they are still in business), the same people simply aren't there anymore. They have moved on to greener pastures or quit MLM altogether. Only the top earners that have been there for a long time can tell you (or will probably not tell you rather) that the makeup of their organization's people has changed because of attrition and an endless cycle of new distributors replacing the old ones. Even if they're making money, they're making money from new recruits and customers. That really isn't the definition of residual income. They may be continually getting paid from their organization but unless it's from the same people that are continuing to buy the product and working the business it isn't residual it's only cyclical.

Most Network Marketers mistakenly believe that they are entrepreneurs. They are not. Entrepreneurs think and behave differently than most Network Marketers because the minute most Network Marketers join the company, they immediately decide that they need to go and build their business by talking to people who are not qualified to buy their products for a myriad of reasons, or are not  qualified to be in network marketing as a business person.

Your company doesn't care if you fail.

It's built into their business model. They plan for and accept a certain amount of attrition!

They want you to buy products and hand out free samples to people who don't have the money to buy your expensive commodity. If they really want people to give away free product why don't they Supply free product to the distributors? Because they know there's no upside for them in doing that. The only upside for them is to get you to do it so you buy their product and get a measly commission and maybe if you're lucky you'll get a customer but that's not a good long-term strategy for a shrewd business person.

Companies want you to buy products and give them away because he/she gets paid on it too. But what do you get? A lot of activity and expense but no results. Companies and uplines in many cases aren't too concerned if you wreck your relationships and destroy your personal credibility as long as you...

"talk to enough of your friends and family enough times they will eventually join and thank you profusely for  being persistent, blah blah blah..."

I am not here to blame you or steal your dreams, because I know what it's like to struggle in this business. I know what it was like when I struggled for years in the beginning. I know what it was like when I became successful and I had to deal with the fallout of people in my organization struggling. It's heartbreaking to watch someone work so hard and not succeed, when everyone around them seemed to be doing well.

I've been mentoring people in this industry for over 20 years now.  Last night I came up with a really concise definition of what a mentor is:

The difference between someone who steals your dreams and a person who helps you achieve them is differentiated in the way that they correct you.

A dream-stealer will tell you that,

“you can't do that and be successful”

... without offering an alternative.

A good mentor on the other hand will offer,

“you can do it , but maybe not in that way.”

Because they have probably tried it before...Be humble and you can leverage a mentor's numerous failures to your advantage.

They will brainstorm with you to come up with an alternative plan.

Sometimes you have to slow down before you can go fast in preparing your business. You want to make sure you have as many things as posssible set up so you don't have to fly by the seat of your pants and always continually be putting out fires and dealing with situations for which you don't have contingencies prepared.

I hear all the time of people in marketing circles talking about “providing value to potential customers”  for free, for the purpose of up-selling them down the road.

There's nothing wrong with that- as a matter fact I encourage it. But you're not going to learn any great secrets from free material unless you really have a sharp mind and you can see past the generalities and understand how all of the components in any business work in concert. You are also not going to compile a huge list very quickly and it will not duplicate at all.

Most free information is free because it can easily be found, pirated, and then changed just enough to skirt copyright laws. Free information is worthless information because it's found everywhere. If you want something of real value, you're going to have to pay for it. I do. What you will come to find out is that most other smart people do too. There's just way too much free information circulating on the internet. Everybody mistakenly believes that the free value added stuff is going to solve their problems and help them earn money. I'm telling you as sure as death and taxes, it won't.

I have free information, but I also have vast marketing expertise in the form of my own intellectual property that I'm not just going to dole out for free on the internet. When I write something I copyright it so that if someone is foolish enough to plagiarize it and claim it as their own, then I'll be able to deal with it accordingly.

A smart business person does things like this to protect themselves and their brand.

I don't want someone coming in to my group, learning all my secrets and then taking them away and doing their own thing with them. I have to trust those whom I'm willing to divulge the things I had to learn over the years and apply to my life and business in order to become successful. There are no shortcuts. Secrets are secret for a reason. I am very particular with whom I will share mine.

Right now I'm embarking on entrepreneurial adventure that is a ground floor opportunity for a handful of select, fortunate, and dedicated hard-working individuals. I have laid the groundwork and have the main pieces assembled with many of the components ready. I am a man on a mission, dedicated to making a positive change in the lives of those who desire one.

If you don't see yourself as a true warrior, committed to overcoming obstacles to create something exceptional, but instead rather as an ordinary person who just thinks Good Fortune will somehow smile upon them and they will get lucky in this type of business, best of luck to you because you're going to need it in the current worldwide economy.

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This article was published on 03.09.2019 by Kevin Harrison
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