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Two Most Common Questions Prospects Ask That You Must Be Prepared Of

Published on 7/8/2017
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In my first MLM business, I wasn't able to hit a big bang. I just consider it a great learning experience, because I struggled a lot.

Ironically, my upline in that company was in similar situation. A man in his 60's with no retirement plan prepared, he struggled a lot trying to make a living.

As a distant relative, instead of joining wilder teams in my MLM company, I decided to join him instead.

So, the two of us struggled a lot.

We would usually walk our way to the office, because we don't have any money set for transpo expenses.

And along the way, we occasionally knock on people's door, trying to take a chance if those people will give us a few minutes of their time so we can explain to them a wonderful earning opportunity.

Contrasting our offer, we looked rugged and poor, with our shoes already worn out from walking to and fro home to office and vice versa.

We were often asked, "How long the two of you have been doing that business?

Then another killer question, "How much money you guys are now making?"

So much of our energy have been consumed by these two questions, that we became 10 years older by our looks in reference to our actual age. So much stress we've been through.

Realizing the desperate situation we were in, I started observing other network marketers, those who are big earners in our company.

There's something that I noticed that is common in all of them. Or, should we say, "common denominator"?

Most of them achieved success like blitz of Nazi Germany. Lightning speed!

I realized, in network marketing business, if you can make big money in shorter period of time, the more you do it that way, the more attractive you become to your prospects.

And if you can't put yourself threading in that pattern, you're in for a hard time.

People already have their own income in their own vocations, why would they change and join your business? They are already making money in their jobs, in their professions, in their businesses, why would they change and join you?

You must give them strong reason why they have to join. And not just give or state verbally, you must also show them by your example! Your testimony.

You must do it fast, or not at all.

Do it quick.

Create a blazing track record!

Of course, in an ideal MLM, if the product is so good, you can work slowly and diligently acquiring customers over time.

But as we know it, big money in MLM is often created through attracting massive number of people.

So, here's my tip for you:

Be prepared to deal with those questions mentioned.

Prospects need to be convinced (by your explanation and results), that what we have here is better. That they will earn bigger, and faster... to pluck them out where they are and have them on board.

Don't be weak.

Be a strong magnet!

Good luck!



Gomer Magtibay


"It's Not the Big that Eat the Small...It's the Fast that Eat the Slow."

- Jason Jennings and Laurence Haughton


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