Skeptical Of Network Marketing

Why Are People Skeptical Of Network Marketing

Skeptical Of Network MarketingWhen you talk about your business to people are they Skeptical of Network Marketing?

This post will help you understand why and help change their minds.

Why most people are Skeptical of Network Marketing?

I’ve been involved in the MLM industry for almost 30 years now. In the 30 years that I’ve been involved, it hasn’t changed. People are still Skeptical of Network Marketing and here is why.

1. People Are Just Skeptical By Nature

Humans are skeptical to begin with anyways. We were told when we were little, “Hey listen. Don’t speak to stranger. If it sounds too good to be true, it’s too good to be true. Things like money doesn’t fall from tree.” All those negative things that we heard. It sticks to us for the rest of our lives.

I read a survey long time ago that they did in the 90s that said 50% of the people are really not going to do anything anyways in the world, but they’re going to be complaining and be skeptical about those things. 35% of the people, they’re going to listen to you, but they’re going to be really skeptical also. Most of them aren’t going to do anything. 30% of people, that’s 80%. 15% are open and 5% are going to do anything that you tell them.

If we understand human nature, we understand that humans are skeptical to begin with.

2. We’ve Damaged Our Own Industry

When I say we have damaged our own industry is because in the 30 years I’ve been involved, you hear all kinds of stuff. You hear all kinds of stories. You hear people say, “Hey, get started in the industry. You don’t have to do anything. You can become a multimillionaire in the next two years.” Guys, that doesn’t happen.

The MLM industry is best thing that you can come from nothing and you don’t have to have a huge investment. Get in, learn, get educated, and then make it happen for yourself and your family. I don’t know too many things that you can do that can do that for you.

We’ve made problems. We exaggerate about everything. We say things just so people can go work with you. That’s not the way to do this. We need to become more of a professional. That’s why I love Eric Worre because he’s on a mission to professionalize the industry, just like I am, and just like lots of other people are.

How Can We Change Their Minds?

Understand It’s A Real Business

There’s a real investment of TIME not so much investment of money. Really an investment of personal development and personal education. Teach these things to the people that you’re working with, then you’re going to have the ability of making some major changes in their life.

Keep professional. Don’t need to hype it up. Make sure that when talking to people act like professionals. We’re not promising things that’s never going to happen. People need to understand that they need to work. Yes, they need to work. They don’t need to work by themselves because there’s a team behind them. They need to work smart, learn, understand, and duplicate. Then, it’s going to work.

Negative People Can’t Be Fixed

The truth is you can’t fix a negative person if they don’t want to be fixed. It’s just like if they want to lose weight, but they want to go to McDonald’s, Kentucky Fried Chicken, and Taco bell. It’s not going to happen. They are going to have to make some lifestyle changes.

With this industry we just need to make our own changes and not worry about what everybody else is saying.

For more tips on helping people not be skeptical of network marketing watch the video below.

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1 Comment

  • Irene du Preez

    December 1, 2016

    Great comments !! Thank you for being on a mission to professionalize this misunderstood , awesome industry!!

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