Be a Network Marketing Superstar: The One Book You Need to Make More Money Than You Ever Thought Possible
The number of people involved in multilevel/network marketing is staggering: 13.3 million people in the U.S. and more than 54 million worldwide, with 175,000 new people in the U.S. signing on each week, and 475,000 per week worldwide. This author's last book ("Make Your First Million in Network Marketing") gave readers an overview of what it takes to succeed in network marketing. (A lot of the books do that.) This new book is a more hands-on guide - featuring worksheets with practical exercises - that hand-holds readers through a 26-step program that will help them become one of the top earners in the industry. "Become A Network Marketing Superstar" will take direct sellers and network (multi-level) marketers through the key steps to joining the highest earners in an industry that has spawned thousands of millionaires and millions of financially independent business owners.
If you are serious about Network Marketing read this book
By Matthew Laporte - June 22, 2008
I am new to network marketing and was looking to learn strategies from an experienced and successful direct seller. I found that and much more in this book. Like most network marketers I had the motivation and excitement but after enrolling began asking myself "ok, now what?" I found the answers in this book as Christensen takes the guesswork and mystery out of direct selling. It is easy to relate to Christensen as she tells her story of how she began in this industry. If the steps are followed, the reader will not have to reinvent the wheel but rather will have a clear set of principles to follow allowing them to stay on course to financial freedom. Christensen's honesty is presented throughout the book as she explains that direct selling is not a "get rich quick" scheme and work and rejection go along with the territory. This can all be overcome by following the steps outlined in the book as well as the interactive activities to help you grow your business and think like a... read more
Some good basic principles
By Vincent Oliva "Vinrock" - November 2, 2007
The beginner in Network Marketing will find some helpful ideas and some sound principles to adhere to. But for me this book is too focused on "sales" and not on finding out who your 'potential partner' is and what they need. Mary likes to refer to the business as 'Direct Sales' I don't see it that way and I won't teach it that way.
To me the business is about sharing and caring for fun and profit. Focusing on a person's desires and filling a need. You're selling a lifestyle if you want true success in this business and not some extra cash through selling products. So if your focused on "Direct Sales" you're missing the boat on relationships, and partnerships. Your products need to move or no one gets paid but that is accomplished by building a strong distribution channel to move the products by growing your organization.
By Jennifer L. Colvin "Jen" - September 1, 2009
I just met Mary at a Convention that I attended. I saw her, bought her books and then went onto 2 more workshops that she held. Her recommendations are real life! No fluff here. She has everyone in that room captivated and ready to move onto the next chapter of their business. I've been in sales in the past, but never wanted to come across as a high pressure "used car salesman"! Well this book was the answer for me! I highly recommend it for anyone who wants a real-life approach to this business.