Perfect network marketing lies. The following 3 lies are so common to network marketing you might start to think it's true:
1. Everyone is your prospect! This insane belief has led to such ridiculous practices as the “3 foot rule" and the “when in doubt, blurt it out" technique. Because of this lie, people have the mistaken idea that talking to anyone and everyone they come within arms length of is an effective recruiting technique.
2. This really isn't sales. We just share products with people. One of the main reasons people tell this lie is because they don't want to scare new prospects away. They want people to get this nice, cozy feeling that all we're doing is telling the rest of the world about our wonderful product and people will be so swept away by our enthusiasm that they'll automatically buy.
3. Anyone can do this! People on the outside looking in only see the rapid growth and big bonuses, but what they don't see is everything that's gone on behind the scenes. They're not getting the whole story. Yes, that upline brought in a huge team with them and began earning big money pretty much right away. . . but. . . it took years and years before they got to the point where they were actually in a position to do that.
To develop the perfect network marketing system you must first get rid of all the lies that will make it almost impossible for you to build an outrageously profitable business. Do not fall into the trap of listening to uplines that know nothing. This could destroy your dream.
Drikus Botha has over 19 years experience in network marketing. He has changed the face of network marketing helping thousands of people build huge organizations over the internet. You can download this latest ebook called “The 7 Great Lies of Network Marketing " from his website for a limited time for free.