What makes network marketers “just average”? What prevents them from breaking through and achieving the success that big names have already experienced? While part of it often has to do with effort and consistency, the most important thing that average network marketers miss is leverage.
They concentrate on small targets and small goals and never put the entire network into perspective. In order to break out of mediocrity, a network marketer must come up with some sort of overarching plan or design that will push them above the marginal day to day activities which are still important, but which will only secure them small gains on average.
Here are some examples of goals that could keep a network marketer “average,” when they could be wildly successful:
• Disorganization. As a network marketer, you will likely have to manage dozens of contacts, hundreds of customers (if it is your product), and all sorts of payment and scheduling information. If you want to be successful, you must have a clear, workable system for every activity you engage in.
• Marginal Focus. While the small gains are important too in fact, they will make up the bulk of your activities as a network marketer it is more important to focus on big gains, which take more work, but when achieved, will completely gain how your network functions. An average network marketer often wont see beyond what is marginal.
• Unrealistic Goals. This almost always kills anyone who attempts to create a network or start an Internet business they set unrealistic goals and attempt to achieve them in an unrealistic period of time. The end result is a complete disaster.
If you want to be an average marketer and make an average salary, then don’t bother to shatter these three restrictions on your success.
Stay safely within these boundaries and do not try to restructure on the other hand, if you want to take your network marketing to the next level, you must figure out how to bypass all of these.