Why Potential Winners Quit

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O.K.  So…you definitely want to watch this particular video blog post and let it sink in.  You may also consider forwarding this to anyone and everyone you know in network marketing.

People come into the network marketing profession every day.  People also LEAVE the network marketing profession on a daily basis as well.  The video lesson here talks about two specific reasons why people can get frustrated, disgruntled and end up quitting.  And the worse part is…I'm talking about people who have ALL THE POTENTIAL IN THE WORLD to make things happen in this profession, yet still quit.

The good news is that it CAN be avoided.

Everyone who comes into this profession enters with the INTENTION or the thought of making it successful.  I don't know of anyone who has ever entered the profession of network marketing or direct sales with the intention on failing or quitting.

It is vital that you have REGULAR communication with your team members so you know exactly where their thought processes are with regard to how things are going in the development of their business.  If you leave them too long on their own, there is a good chance that they end of moving in the wrong direction…and by the time you get to them, it is entirely too late.

This is by far one of the most important messages I have posted on my blog in the past few months.  I generally don't talk about anything unless it is important, but this particular message is certainly worth viewing…and passing along to your team.

Why do good people quit network marketing?

Let's look at it for a moment.

Good people quit network marketing oftentimes because  a) they don't see success in within the time frame they expected, or b) they put in effort and energy only to feel ‘let down' by individuals they sponsored and hoped would get to work but then don't.

Now…there are a number of other reasons why individuals DO leave this profession, but the ones I am referring to here are those who have gotten in and actually expended energy and effort to get things moving.  You WANT to keep these people.  You want your WORKERS…your DOERS to stay in.

Providing people the proper framework/mindset and realistic expectations can certainly lead you to a higher amount of personal retention.  Attrition is a natural part of any business, but much of it can be prevented through CLEAR COMMUNICATION on a regular basis.

If you've ever felt like quitting or had people on your team that have felt like it too, then watch the video lesson.

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