Be a Recruiting Superstar: The Fast Track to Network Marketing Millions
Network marketing - also known as direct selling and multi-level marketing - has turned millions of people into successful business owners. But to truly reach their earning potential, network marketers need to successfully grow their business by recruiting the right people. Written by a true network marketing superstar who personally signed over one thousand people in her first year, the book reveals a proven, innovative approach to recruiting that gets results fast. Filled with advice and inspiration, as well as helpful worksheets and exercises, this indispensable guide gives network marketers the know-how and confidence they need to grow their enterprise and become top earners.
Not the best approach
By M. Morris - May 17, 2008
I've read about 15 or so books on network marketing and have listened to $200 worth of network marketing CD's and the main thing I have pulled from all this info is that the best way to prospect/recruit is to ask natural questions to your prospect in regard to their lives and then listen intently. This way you will build better relationships, you will gain trust from them and you will find out if they are a legitimate prospect. What this book does is to try and tell you what your prospect is or might be thinking or what their needs might be. This might seem like great knowledge to have but for anyone that is serious about network marketing, this only provides a very simplistic and general preview, much like knowing what is going to be for dinner ahead of time. The problem with this direction of knowledge is that it doesn't provide much obvious applicability and takes the whole discovery process out of the picture. I found the book "too heavy" with do this and do that and say this and... read more
A System to fix your System - (and an Ethical Business Approach)
By SuperFly - May 27, 2009
In Mary's 1st year of Network Marketing she recruited over 1,000 people. On top of that she's had 25 years of experience in the industry.
What I like about this book is it teaches solid business principles to grow your business. It explains the type of people you want to recruit, how to identify them and how to approach them to build your business.
This book is great at solving one of the problems in Network Marketing today---people who come into the business who haven't owned their own business and are trying the approach of talking to everyone. The 10 principles in chapter 10 can be applied to any type of business. For example, Principle #9 "Recruit with Integrity" is key.
There are a lot of books out there teaching "new methods" and "attraction" marketing. This book teaches you how to become a spokesperson, and an expert so people will come to you without using these new school terms. But, she does identify the number 1 reason people join a network... read more
Inspiring Food For Thought
By Wendy Lloyd Curley - June 4, 2008
As an aspiring Unit Leader for PartyLite Australia, I sought out this book after hearing about it from my upline. I give it a four out of five because I do find the bird analogy too complicated. After five birds I thought we had enough.
That said, I found the book inspired me to think differently about the opportunity I have to offer people. I am inspired to make some changes in the way I approach my business and that is ulitmately what I look for when I read a business book.
I recommend this book for leaders in MLM companies or new recruits looking for leadership.
Now... I think I'll go re-read it and highlight some passages before I loan it out to the team. :) WLC.
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