War of Attrition

In MLM, it is natural that you will lose some customers and affiliates from your organization. It is not if, but when and how much it happens. There are actions you can take as a Network Marketing Professional to reduce the amount of attrition.

If you are doing the right activities consistently, your business growth will exceed the attrition levels and your income and achievement results will continue to increase. On the contrary, if you sit around and cry about it or even worse blame X,Y & Z, you will not have much of business or residual income as times goes on.

Winners make it happen and pull out all the stops. They find ways to communicate with their downline affiliates and with their customers to keep them engaged and interested in the company and products/services. They continue to add value and add new customers and affiliates no matter how long they have been in the business.

Hope you get value out of today’s lesson. If you are looking for additional income or are dissatisfied with your current situation, click on the link below to take a free tour of what I am promoting. I am here to help you reach your dreams.

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Marc Shamus

Game Plan

Game Plan

Having a game plan is both smart and necessary if a person is serious about reaching success. This is the critical difference between those that know how they will succeed and those that just randomly try anything to see what works.

If we do not have a game plan, the chances of attaining our goals become less likely. When we fail to plan, then we also have planned to fail. Planning is the operative key which ensures that we will have guidelines to follow on our journey.

game plan is not a guarantee of success, similar to how a road map does not guarantee you will reach a destination on the map. One must apply effort and have the right vehicle to get them to the desired location.

If a person chooses a skateboard as their vehicle and their destination was 200 miles away, there us a low chance most people would finish reaching their destination. Of course, a car, truck, bus or plane would be a smarter choice.

Even once a person has an executed game plan, they will still need to regularly evaluate progress and make necessary adjustments. Some elements being implemented may work perfectly while others may need modification or switching to get the right flow.

I encourage everyone to develop a strong game plan so you may reach the goals that are important in your lives. We all get further ahead by setting up our strategy and even closer to our desired goals by actively working that plan.


All the best,

Marc Shamus