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What should you do if you hit a rough patch in your MLM business and begin to feel down?

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asked Nov 12, 2016 in Internet Marketing Tools by ebest IBO Specialist (46,550 points)

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Have a talk with your upline and find out what they do when they hit a rough patch.  You could rally your team to do a 30-60 or 90 day blitz and keep each other accountable.  Get some coaching, there are many qualified coach/mentors out there.  Just never give up, if you have passion and are a product of your product you  can acheive success.
answered Nov 17, 2016 by Chris Shouse IBO Specialist (24,530 points)
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The best way is to continue. This is the difference between those who succeed in marketing and those who did not.
Secondly is to boost your power of persuasion.
Persuasion is the KEY to sales in marketing. Until you can persuade your clients to purchase, no sales will never be in view. I wrote a book on it, titled, '20 Secrets in Making Excellent Sales in Marketing': http://www.tripleclicks.com/14424670/detail.php?item=450353. it will share with you my experience on the field and how i was able to boost myself when hit a rough path.
Your power of persuasion is increased if you believe that your products can change people's lives and add value to them. You will go all out to help them. Rejection will mean nothing to you.You will utilize it to build your sales margin. That was what i do and it works.
The other thing is having a vision board where you table your vision and what you want to achieve. This will boost your power of persuasion.
Lastly, is to never never give up till you get what you want in the business.Quitters never win and winners never quit.So which one are you?
answered Nov 18, 2016 by Yeshua IBO Guru (1,120 points)

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