The Chinese bamboo

Would you like to experience growth and continuity in MLM prospecting Success? would you you like to build a large sales organisation in Network marketing?

One millionaire shared a story:” One of my favourite plants is the Chinese bamboo. In the first five years the plant grows roughly to ankle height and is just negligeble.Then for six weeks it grows up to ninety feet.What was it doing in those five years??…………………it was growing its roots.You see from then onwards as a tall plant it can withstand the strong winds that blow against it. That is the way to approach PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT.It is the roots that you are establishing so that when your business grows it doesnt sway by the strong winds”

Todd Duncan in his book High Trust Selling reminds of the Law of the Iceberg: Only a small portion of the iceberg is visible above the water, yet beneath the water surface, is where most of the iceberg is(not visible) but it stabilises the iceberg from bouncing around or pushed around by the waves.

Warren Buffet was once asked on CNBC :what is the best investment you can make? He replied” the best investment you can make is in YOUSELF”

YOU possess a brand that is unique. that many others relate to.Bring it out “Education+Experience=VALUE”-Nobert Oslewicz.Network marketing might just be the vehicle and platform to deliver that value: “Your story is worth a fortune”-Mark Hughes said.What is there to wait for?

So, remember the story of the Chinese bamboo to remind you that MLM prospecting Success requires deep roots as you build your large sales organisation in the network marketing industry

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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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