MLM Business – Fire, Ready, Aim

MLM Business – Fire, Ready, Aim

Risk Getting More Out Of Your MLM Business With Less Knowledge!

MLM Business Tips for SuccessThere is a secret to success that most people in MLM Business don’t really talk about… That could simply be because it’s one of the most obvious lessons in business.

It’s a lesson people just don’t think about. It causes failure & success… It creates opportunities and takes them away all at the same time…

And it’s all based on one simple fear.

The Fear of Failure in your MLM Business

Let’s see if you have been guilty of this like I have…

When you get started doing something online or with your MLM Business you probably try to find out as much as you can about that subject before you act.

Let’s see if you’re anything like I used to be…

  1. You research the subject.
  2. Sign up for e-books.
  3. Buy products that make it effortless.
  4. Maybe even check out some books on at the local library.

Before you know it, you’ve spent the better part of a day or even a month researching everything you could possibly think of that has to do with a particular subject you’re convinced is the “Holy Grail” to your MLM Business success.

Before you make a mistake… Before you fail…  You just feel like you need to know everything you can so, you don’t fall flat on your face!

As much as that’s not a bad idea in and of itself, it can be detrimental to achieving the results you want in your mlm business.   Learning Too Much in Your MLM Business

Tell me…

  • How do you know when you know enough to actually perform a task?
  • How do you know when you’ve learned everything you could possibly learn about anything?

You don’t. I don’t. Nobody does.

You see, if we spend all of our time trying to ‘know’ everything about everything, then we simply won’t be able to do anything about anything!

It’s just not possible. Our world in the MLM Business changes on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis.  There’s simply no chance that we could possibly ever learn EVERYTHING!

There’s just no way!

It’s insane to use this kind of thinking in ANY MLM Business.

Without knowing everything about their business, people are still making money… Day in and day out, in Network Marketing, and in every other type of business you could think of.

They simply started using what knowledge they had and learned from their experiences.

That’s the secret people just don’t seem to realize. It’s so obvious that it’s completely deadly to any mlm business that tries to obtain all knowledge before doing anything.

Think about it like this, when you first learned how to ride a bike did you learn everything you could about bikes before you started? No, you simply mustered up some courage, got on your bike and tried.

Then you failed. Then you tried again. And then you probably failed again.

After numerous try’s and coaching from a parent or neighbor maybe you graduated to training wheels. Then after a time on training wheels, you finally took them off.  Suddenly, you could ride your bike like there wasn’t ever a problem.

That’s how almost everything in life works. It’s how it works when you learn how to walk. Then you learn how to run and so on. Why would business be any different?

If you Know it, do it in your MLM Business

You’ve got to get over trying to know everything about everything, if you ever want to accomplish anything!

You’ve got to risk the bloody noses, the skinned knees, and the busted elbows if you want to really make your dreams a reality!

There’s no short cut, and there’s now way around the mistakes.

To make your MLM Business work you’re going to have to take some risks and make some mistakes.

Now, I’ve done everything I can to walk you through most of those risks, holding your hand and guiding your every step in my MLM Business Blueprint.

I’ve laid out everything you need to know in a step by step formula, so you can go out and implement everything that’s taken me thousands of dollars and years of practice to learn! It’s not something that came easy but, I have made all the mistakes for you.

I’ll show you exactly what to do and when to do it so you know everything you need to know to implement this stuff into your business immediately!

Are you prepared to take your MLM Business to the next level without making the same mistakes or worrying about what to do next?

Then you need Instant Access To My MLM Business Blueprint that lays everything out for you step by step and all you have to do is implement the lessons.

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Pretty simple huh? Then what are you waiting on? Click the image above and let’s get started!

32 Responses to MLM Business – Fire, Ready, Aim

  1. Mary Jo Briggs January 6, 2014 at 9:34 am #

    Love the tip about commanding a conversation.

  2. B.J. July 3, 2012 at 12:25 pm #

    This might sound crazy, but I’m afraid of people wanting to jump in and sign up – before I’m ready! I’m afraid of people signing up for my newsletters before I have them “perfected.” I’m afraid of people asking me questions about the business before I know the answers.

    Of course, all this means is that I need to hurry up and get ready, get my newsletters written (and just improve on them as I learn more), and learn as much as I can about Organo Gold.

    Thanks for all you do, and thanks for motivating me to get off my duff and put into practice what I’ve learned – before watching the next video!

    B.J. Weathers
    Independent Distributor of Organo Gold Coffee

    P.S. I didn’t put my website this time because I’m learning html code, with the intent of creating my own website (rather than using those prefab, limited options sites). Your last video, showing your websites compared to those of others, has already given me a lot of ideas for my own site. 🙂

  3. Patrick May 22, 2012 at 12:35 pm #

    I guess I am just afraid of losing my reputation… People see me as a simple guy, a guy of faith, a guy that knows what is important in life. People don’t see business when they see me and I’ve been trying to change that but I guess not enough. I know I need to be super excited about what I am doing in front of people but there are so many obstacles… IOne of my biggest obstacles right now is identity and excitement.

    If I am being completely honest… then I am also still scared of people thinking I am crazy. I am so used to being the level headed one and used to being the genuine well respected guy… I just need to get over it! That is what I will be focusing on.

  4. Tom Bradley May 18, 2012 at 11:19 am #

    Gotta keep it real. We all have fears, some just bluff through it better than others.

    Thanks for the reminder that getting ready to get ready is death to our business…


  5. Gary Hayball April 25, 2012 at 6:56 am #

    Hey Greg
    I like your video and her my action or no action .the thing that is stopping me is fear , fear of not knowing what first .fear of contacting friends and family . Fear of failing . I have been in a few direct selling companys in the last 10 years and get no where . Ian realizing that it not the company but me !
    Thanks Greg

  6. jeff December 7, 2011 at 8:28 pm #

    I seem to get something every time so thank you ,In showing the business opportunity I think I should back door in by offering thru my services that we provide and then turn it around to show them how to become there own customer on these service Whats your thoughts on doing it this way or do you have suggestions thanks again jeff

  7. Nathan November 26, 2011 at 8:56 pm #

    The video and the response are great. I worry about not succeeding and not knowing the concept from MLMBB enough or clear enough so that I can go through it and produce without be reprimand by my company since they have strict policies. I know I can execute after performing it enough times, it just doing without fear of failing or succeeding.

  8. Louise November 25, 2011 at 8:34 am #

    K, so I just want you to know that I haven’t been neglecting you. 😉 I admit it, I have been sitting on the sidelines watching your videos, reading the comments to decide if I like you and can trust you. I get that you’re “speaking to me”, and many others like me when you send your email updates. I like your straight forward approach, no BS attitude. Everything you say makes sense…, I’ll be honest though, I still question why it appears that warm market recruiting is working for my uplink, but you say it won’t work for me. Not that I necessarily disagree at this point, I live in a town in northern Ontario, (Canada) for our US friends. My husband and I started our network marketing business because the business model just seemed like a “no brainer” and a few other reasons that i dn’t need to get into here. We are doing this part-time and have come to realize very quickly, that although we are seeing some adoption of people being interested in becoming a business partner and/or being a customer, as with any MLM, we are seeing other groups starting here, they are signing reps, but the reps aren’t doing anything and we are quickly moving into damage control mode. (small town, oh and don’t forget I am part of a “pyramid scheme” 😉 ). Makes total sense that I need to recruit outside of my warm market, but I want to make sure I make the right decision and I’m learning about options outside of traditional methods. You asked for my fear, confidence in myself. I’m not afraid of “no’s”, but I think I worry too much about what people think of me, so I put myself into paralysis sometimes. I’m confident about the company, I just over think situations, and feel like no one is going to see me as having the credibility to know a good opportunity when I see one. Well, you asked me to comment, so hope you have the time to read this one. 🙂

  9. kevin mcdonnell November 16, 2011 at 5:06 pm #

    Greg, straight to the point, love the videos. I am an onstage diamond student. my primary according to terry duffs qualifications didnt meet what was necessary. to make things simple, i need a primary and want to take action. I find it kind of silly, and maybe to you cheating, but it makes sense to work with someone who knows what they are doing-obviously…. that being said any primary business i could help you with?

  10. Greg November 10, 2011 at 12:36 pm #

    Hi Greg,

    I’ve only seen a few of your videos so far, but I like what you say and how you say it. My biggest fear is rejection. I procrastinate not approaching friends, business acquaintances, other prospects because my delivery sucks and I fear they will say no.

    I’m confident in many areas of my life, but this area has always been an issue. My WHY isn’t strong enough to overcome my fears (at this time). I’m ready to finally take it on and make that change, though!

    Thank you.

    — Greg

  11. Cheryl W. November 10, 2011 at 11:41 am #

    I just listened to the answer to Tommy’s comment, and I think I get it.
    Explaining the questions, all about the “why”. I’ve heard it before, but now it’s becoming clear.

  12. Cheryl W. November 10, 2011 at 10:58 am #

    My biggest fear (today) is that I won’t make the sale and get the money to buy my granddaughter a Christmas present. Yesterday, I spent three hours on the phone getting mostly answering machines, or some very angry people that cursed right after I introduced myself and hung up. Not too fun. Finally at almost the very end of 200+ calls, I found one qualified, very grumbly, retired man that I invited to the conference call. Yeah! No luck with the call back. But my biggest fear is that I will get frustrated and quit. Not really my style, but I have procrastinated, made plenty of excuses. The game is on. I’ve changed my work schedule so I can make calls two hours each day. In one audio, Tim Ogren said he had a panic attack when he first started making calls, but he pushed himself to making calls a couple of hours a day. I can do this too!

  13. Janine November 9, 2011 at 6:31 pm #

    Thanks so much for the information, it can really help me. My weakness in my business is following up with people within 24-48 hours, can you do a video on that for me:)

  14. Linda D November 9, 2011 at 12:19 am #

    Just listened to your answer; thank you, thank you, thank you. None of my up-line ever sat down with me and explained how to handle my personal phobia. I\’m having to start a new life on my own at 59. It’s not easy when I\’m also recovering from an abusive marriage in which my late ex-husband played on my fears expertly. I’m coming out of my seclusion, finally. Now with wonderful advice I won’t have to feel that I have to go back to my hermit cave. Thank so much.
    Linda D

  15. jeff van autreve November 8, 2011 at 5:26 pm #

    Great stuff Greg, My simple question would be perhaps a D A question but I have no clue on how to advertise on facebook, twitter , ect. I am comfortable with my product line got any suggetions

  16. Develon November 7, 2011 at 6:18 pm #

    My biggest fear(s) are: Contacting and inviting. I really am hesitant to contact and invite because I’m afraid of people criticizing me. I know that sounds pretty soft, but I’m really discouraged by the number of people that aren’t saying yes to the opportunity. Greg, you were right, though, I am getting more encouraged about overcoming this fear just by typing it out. I’m going to set a goal of doing 10 calls a day and do it consistently until I get the results I want. Thanks Greg. You’re the best.


    • Greg Gomez III November 8, 2011 at 12:19 pm #

      Hey Develon,

      Never be ashamed or embarrased of your fears, that’s what gives them power over you…

      By acknowledging them and embrassing them, like you have, is the first step to obliterating them from your path to success.

      AWESOME Stuff brother, I’m thrilled to hear you’re dedicating yourself to stealing your fears “power” by doing more of the thing you’ve feared to do…

      That’s the mark of a true champion…

      Now, Go Get Em 🙂

      Greg Gomez III

  17. Linda D November 7, 2011 at 5:47 pm #

    My greatest fear is not being heard. So many times in all areas of my life even if I’m talking to one person, they will talk over me and I end up just listening to their monologue.

  18. fidel November 7, 2011 at 4:25 pm #

    Hi Greg im always learnig something new from you everytime i watch your videos great tips. this is my fear to ask for testimonios from the people in my company about the products and services.

    • Greg Gomez III November 8, 2011 at 1:07 pm #

      Glad you’re learning Fidel, that’s the key to growing.

      This step is a critical one as it forces you to get outside of your comfort zone, builds a “thick hide” when it comes to picking up the phone, and ultimately gives you a safe place to practice your phone presence BEFORE you pick up the phone to prospect for money…

      in other words…

      How can you expect to recruit and make sales using the phone, if you are too intimidated to talk to other people ALREADY in your company and who love it?

      So do like Develon did above, acknowledge your fear, and then charge headlong into it 🙂

      It’s ok to be scared, it’s NOT ok to let that fear stop you, that’s the difference between “wanting” success and being “committed” to getting it…

      You Rock Fidel, go get em…

      Greg Gomez III

  19. Tommy November 7, 2011 at 2:44 pm #

    I like the Fire,Ready,Aim.. The thing thats puts me to a stop is where do I star,?
    Better yet what should I know before I get started,whats the minimum I should know about my products or services before FIRING away?

    P.S My fears is telling the people the wrong thing and not knowing the answer to their question…

    P.S.S I love that you put It out there the way It need to be Greg.Its a kick in the nuts but it needed. better there then the teeth anyways

    • Greg Gomez III November 8, 2011 at 2:34 pm #

      Hey Tommy Great Question, Check my answer here…

      • Brian Woodbridge December 11, 2011 at 11:39 pm #

        Again what a video!! I was in a similar situation and don’t know where
        to start but my problem is finding someone the people to show the
        business too.

        Asking a question to steer a conversation can be
        a difficult thing for some of us who are not well versed
        in speaking. I have been learning to do these same things
        over the course of the last year and a half.
        I went from being a totally shy quiet man to asking questions
        in this time. I like the fact that you say stepping stone questions.

        I am with FHTM and I believe we are a movement and I have support
        with my upline but I feel we are targeting the wrong people and I wish
        to target a different set of leads.
        I guess you could say Lead Generation is my main problem.
        What should I do now??

  20. David Laing November 7, 2011 at 1:44 pm #

    I got into the business in March. As in Mona-Vie, they have tasting meetings to which you should bring a new prospect to listen to a Mona-Vie executive explain what the product is and how you can move up by getting just two others under you and then help them get two and so forth. I can’t count the number of meetings that I’ve attended and never even had my sponsor show up. In fact, my sponsor has quit and the only person in my downline doesn’t really want to do anything with it. I can no longer find any meetings to keep my interest and because of my fixed income, I can hardly afford the product for myself, let alone giving away samples. I’ve exhausted my list of prospects and have no idea what to do next. Any ideas? Thanks, Dave

    • cameron November 8, 2011 at 4:09 am #

      sounds like you need a better company mate with better ethics better support, the company i work with the senior vice presidents come & do presentations for me as well as other players in the upline its amazing you should be with an organisation that does this for you when your sponsor quits on you

    • Brian Woodbridge December 11, 2011 at 11:42 pm #

      I can sympathize Dave.
      When you have no upline or a weak downline and finished
      your list of names where do you go?
      Short of saying on the street …Have you heard of FHTM!!!
      Which is what my upline last ask me to do.

      I don’t think getting 100 of disappointed people to watch what they
      don’t want is going to build a business or even get customers for
      my services.

  21. Carlous November 7, 2011 at 12:12 pm #

    i fear not knowing when i can go full time with this MLM, its a paradox with me i need to go full time with this MLM but until MLM is where i want to be financially i need my fulll time JOB, does that make sense? That my fear lover dualism paradox


  22. Ced Reynolds, Entrepreneurial Pastor November 7, 2011 at 11:50 am #

    Good stuff as usual Greg. This is not a little boys game. This is like my daddy used to tell me, “grown folks business.”

    Stay blessed my friend,

    Ced Reynolds, Entrepreneurial Pastor

  23. Dollie November 4, 2011 at 12:00 pm #

    Tip top stuff. I’ll expect more now.

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