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There are so many people in this industry that are really working hard to build their business and try to make it work, but deep down they have a problem with the sales process. If you want to make it big in this industry, you have to learn to be sold yourself. In this audio today, I talk to you about why you must learn to be sold yourself before you can start to be on your way to success in network marketing.

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    9 replies to "Sales Is A Dirty Word So Stop Selling Me!"

    • Rod A Davison

      Mark, I must like to be sold without knowing it, always thought it was I love to buy. I love to buy products that add value, save me time, or make a process efficient not to mention grow my knowledge base. Remember this everyone, what you learn today lasts a lifetime now that is valuable. The exciting part of that you never know where that golden nugget may come from.

    • Viola Tam

      Hi Mark,

      I love this topic! You are so spot on about the deep seated beliefs that are holding people back in performing their best. Unfortunately, “being sold to” has a negative connotation, not only in network marketing but in other industries as well.

      I absolutely agree with about the most ethical way of selling – allowing the prospect to make up their own solution if they’d like to be sold or not.

      I also agree with you about unrealistic expectation that some network marketers in the recruiting process. Shift to under promise and over deliver is certainly a great way to go.

      Awesome insights, Mark! Thanks for sharing!

      Viola Tam – The Business Mum

      • Mark Harbert

        Viola, you got it. Thanks for your enthusiastic comment. Glad you got something out of the post. 🙂

        Mark

    • Viola Tam

      I love this topic! You are so spot on about the deep seated beliefs that are holding people back in performing their best. Unfortunately, "being sold to" has a negative connotation, not only in network marketing but in other industries as well.

      I absolutely agree with about the most ethical way of selling – allowing the prospect to make up their own solution if they'd like to be sold or not.

      I also agree with you about unrealistic expectation that some network marketers in the recruiting process. Shift to under promise and over deliver is certainly a great way to go.

      Awesome insights, Mark! Thanks for sharing!

    • Mark Harbert

      Viola, you rock, thanks for the awesome comment. 🙂

    • Mark Harbert

      Rod, you rock buddy. Loving to buy is what its all about. I spend major bucks each month on training and resources that add value to my business and I love it. 🙂

    • Richard Brokenshire

      Hi Mark,

      I don’t think that you necessarily need to like being sold in order to sell things. I do think that you need to believe that you are offering a real solution to what ever problem your prospective client has. I also think that a good salesperson is able to lead someone to buying. Not in a pushy or manipulative way. If you really do have a good product/service and it is the right solution for this person, then leading them that discovery is a good thing. Unfortunately, there are the proverbial “snake oil” salespeople out that there give the rest of us bad names.

      I could not agree with you more about setting proper and realistic expectations. Being told that building any kind of business is easy is not setting proper expectations. Having set unrealistic expectations will lead to discouragement and eventually quitting the business.

      Obviously, building a business is not easy. It does take certain skills and it does take time. Unless your name is Michelle and you have skills!

      • Mark Harbert

        Richard, one of the points I am trying to make with this audio is that learning to be someone that enjoys the process of buying helps you when selling as well. To many people come into this industry with the “Freebie” mentality and don’t ever want to spend money on anything. The truth is, if a person thinks like that, than all they will do is attract people to them with the same mindset and the vicious cycle will begin of nobody making money. But I do agree with you, as long as the product has value to you, you should run with it. Thanks for commenting bud.
        Mark

    • Teresa Street

      Actually, love makes the world go round and not the economy. If someone loves you or a product you sell then you can receive monetary compensation from them.

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