MLM Prospecting: 14 Lessons from Benjamin Franklin [Part 1of 2]

Would you like your home based business in the network marketing industry to grow?

do you desire to increase your MLM prospecting success?

A freelance writer wrote about benjamin Franklin and i would like to share the thoughts wit benjamin franklin quotations included.The principles apply to the home based business of network marketing:

1)LESS TALK,MORE ACTION- “Well done is better than well said”.Talk is cheap, talking about a project wont get it completed.

2)DONT PROCRASTINATE-“Never leave for tommorrow that which you can do today”. benjamin franklin had accomplishments to back up his talk

3)BE PREPARED- “By failing to prepare you are preparing to fail”. think like a boy scout, plan to accomplish your goals.

4) DONT FIGHT CHANGE-‘When you are finished changing, you are finished”. While many of us dont like change, others thrive on it

5)GET MOVING- “All mankind is divided into three classes: those that are immovable; those that are movable and those that move(the movers and shakers). the immovable are sitting around scratching their heads wondering how others could possibly be successful.Which group do you belong to?

6)AVOID BUSYWORK-“Never confuse motion with action”. How much of that ‘busywork” improves our lives?

7) GIVE YOURSELF PERMISSION TO MAKE MISTAKES-” Do not fear mistakes” Fear leaves us nestled in our comfort zone. Staying in a comfort zone rarely leads to greatness. Taking risks and giving yourself permission to make mistakes will ultimately lead you to whatever your version of success may be. to be continued……….

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About nmsuccess

A Network Marketer who is Catholic Christian,a custodian of a wildlife heritage and a soccer & cricket fan. Basically i joined my current network marketing company in 30 March 2011.Influences of R.Kiyosaki,Don Failla have played part in resillience in this MLM industry.
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