Should Someone Promote Multiple MLM Companies?
Do you think people should promote multiple MLM Companies at the same time? Personally, I think it’s a bad move and now I’m going to tell you why I feel that way.
# 1 Loss of Focus
When you promote multiple MLM Companies, you lose your focus. Focus is the key to success in just about anything in life. Could you imagine an Olympian trying to focus on two different sports at the same time? Could you imagine someone being married to two different people at the same time?
I know these two examples might sound extreme to some of you, but they are relevant. You get what you focus on. You can't chase two rabbits and catch one. I’d rather focus on one thing and achieve excellence with it, than try to do two or three things half-ass. How about you?
# 2 Confuse Your Team
The worst part of promoting multiple MLM Companies at the same time is that you confuse your team in the process. They’ll think they should be doing what you are doing, and as a result, many of them will promote multiple MLM Companies.
Now, you’ll have a team of 50 to 100 or more people and everyone is in two to three deals. That sounds like a disaster waiting to happen.
As a leader, you should lead by example at all times and do the things you want your team to do. Pick one company and focus on nothing else UNTIL you are successful.
# 3 Quick Way to Get Terminated
Promoting multiple network marketing companies can be a quick way to get terminated from your company. Not all, but most MLM Companies have a clause in their distributor agreement that prevents you from promoting multiple deals.
Be sure to read your company’s distributor agreement before you decide to promote multiple MLM Companies.
The last thing you want to happen is you build a big team and then have your distributorship terminated for cross-recruiting or being in multiple deals .
Your Best Option
Your best option is to find a good network marketing company, with products or services you love, and to focus on that and nothing else for the next three to five years. I’ve never met one top earner in multiple deals. There might be some out there, but I’ve never met one.
Every successful MLM Distributor I have ever met has been with one company at least three to ten years, and many of them much longer than that. Focus is paramount!
There you have it folks. These are three reasons I believe no one should promote multiple network marketing companies at the same time.
I’m all about multiple streams of income, but I do believe you shouldn’t have more than one MLM Opportunity you are promoting. If you’re set on multiple streams of income, find something else, such as an affiliate program, a blog, real estate, etc.
What are your thoughts about promoting multiple MLM Companies? Leave a comment below to let me know what you think.
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