If you’re reading this via email, click here to view the video. The purpose of this article is to explore the current “deal making” culture in the MLM industry. Quite frankly, it’s getting pretty stupid. Raiding in Secret Another word for “raiding” is “stealing.” But I’m not taking it that far. “Raiding” typically occurs when […]
If there’s a “special deal” that’s available only to certain people on stage, prospects might say, “He’s not here for the product, he’s here for the money!” Prospects should never engage in this line of thought.
top distributors are usually saddled with either non-compete or non-solicitation provisions from their prior companies. The non-solicitation clauses typically restrain distributors from contacting non-personals in their downline for a period of two years following their resignation or termination from the business.
In this industry, a lot of startups try to seed their businesses with people known as “master distributors.” These are the professional networkers that command a large following and can deliver anywhere between 500 to 30,000 people depending on their scope of influence.