The road to failure in MLM is paved with...Super Sponsors!
It's hard to keep your senses when you've met Super Sponsor. She's so enthusiastic, and ready to "tear this business up," with you by her side!
Finally! You think. Someone who can show me ropes in network marketing and who really wants to help me! So you pull out your credit card and join her.
When your card clears, things begin to change.
Super Sponsor is off with her dynamic personality, making big bucks - for HER! (Or him).
Saying something over her shoulder like, "I'll place you hear under Bob, and as soon as you show me you're serious, and sponsor three, I'll be there for you, too! If you have questions, call Bob."
You feel betrayed. You joined with Super Sponsor because you needed to learn HOW to sponsor three! And now your right back where you started. Trying to figure out on your own how you can become more like Super Sponsor, because that's KEY to success in MLM.
Or is it??
These next few lines could be most important you ever read about MLM, IF you take them to heart.
The key to success in MLM, has nothing to do with becoming more like Super Sponsor! The key is to be yourself.
The Super Sponsor approach only works if you have that dynamic personality to begin with. Most people DON'T have a Super Sponsor personality, and they never will!
Does that mean if your not a dynamic, dazzling Super Sponsor type, you will never achieve your dreams of financial independence? Yes!
IF you become mesmerized by Super Sponsor, and think you must try to become like her to succeed.
There are other options.
As far as finding right opportunity goes, it's not easy to find one that caters to you, and other "Smart Sponsor" types, because they are usually not so outlandish.
No big promises are made because EVERY opportunity, bar none depends on what YOU do with it. For anyone to tell you that you will make X amount in a certain length of time, is untrue. You'll make as much money as you EARN - no more, no less!
You won't find real business opportunities shouting at you from your inbox, "Hey! Look at ME - I'm next BIG thing!!" They are too dignified to claim they are right for everyone.