The Direct Selling Industry is filled with many opportunities. In fact, the opportunities are so abundant that you could literally buy everything you need or want in your life from a distributor of a direct selling company.
Despite the fact that there is such an abundance of opportunity, most people involved in the industry are not achieving their desired goals. Now, let me ask you some serious questions about your direct selling business. Really let these questions sink in and answer them honestly. sell my business
Where were you six months ago? What did your business growth and profits look like? How much volume of product sales was your organization (your downline) doing? What were you earning from your business in net profit? Are you sitting in the same place today, looking at the same computer screen, struggling to build your business, doing the same tasks (busy tasks), or even working on the same project of business growth without satisfactory results? Are you frustrated and struggling to truly develop a happy, productive, and duplicating organization?
How about a year ago, two years ago? Maybe you’ve been doing the same things over and over again for a long period of time and your business is in a hovering stage? Or worse, is your business in a decline rather than growth stage, with horrible attrition and shrinking income?
If your responses were like most people, painful and filled with struggles and frustrations, there is no doubt in my mind that the reason you are reading this is that you want to move your business forward in growth and profits, and develop your business so you experience that often dreamed about exponential growth. I know that you know that achieving such growth and profits from your direct selling business would definitely make your life easier to live, more fun, and even a more fulfilling experience.
There is one question you must ask yourself, especially if you are indeed no further along in growth of your business than you were six months, a year or even two years ago. The question you must ask is, “What is the reason I am no further along than I was six months ago?” Now as you ask this question, realize that your answers may point blame at others or even uncontrolled circumstances.
My best advice for you, if that is how you view your lack of success, is that you are the most important component of your success not other people or even other circumstances. Get that in your head and understand that you are the one and only one who can be in control of your business. While you do need others on your team, what others usually are afraid to tell you is the fact that your success begins with you and only you.