MLM Business Marketing Tips To Success

3 Ways To Find Out How Long It Will Take For You To Be Successful in Your MLM Business…

Stop Wondering ‘IF’ You’ll Be Successful & Start Focusing On ‘WHEN’

The most MLM Business owners ever really worry about is “if” they’ll succeed in their company…

And then it’s usually happens after the 90 day period, when they didn’t make that Million Dollars overnight or some other delusional dream just didn’t come true.  Okay, okay…  Maybe I’m being a little bit hard right now but, people need to understand that there is going to be a price for success.

That price is different for us all.  It’s not a set amount in dollars and cent…  more like a set amount of leveraged knowledge and skills.

The people that realize this, never wonder “if…” They only wonder “when” and “how.”

Here’s 3 ways to determine how long Success will take you to achieve in Your MLM Business

1.  Take Action Every Day.Take Daily & Weekly Action in Your MLM Business

By taking action everyday you’ll be working towards your success in one form or another.

Not matter what action you decide to take from day to day, whether it’s creating your message, tweaking your delivery system, or refining your target market you’ll be working towards achieving your mlm business goals.

Whatever you do, take action in one form or another every day… Without Fail!

2.  Set Weekly & Monthly Goals.

Every week you should have something you’re trying to achieve, measure, or create.

Setting Daily MLM Business Goals

Every week you should have something you’re doing that plays into your monthly goals. Every month you should have goals that play into your yearly goals. And when you fail to meet them, you need figure out why, address the issue, and move one with that in mind.

Set Your Goals and Find someone to help hold you accountable.  All the BIG players have coaches and mentors…  You’ll need some too!

4.  Get Committed.

This is one of the most important things you could do right now in your business.

Make Your Commitment to You MLM Business

  • Decide right now that you are committed and that nothing is going to stop you from achieving your goals…
  • From achieving the success you know you and your family deserves.
  • Decide right now, that you’ll no longer wonder “if” and from here on out it’s a “when” game for you!

These are by far the most important things you need to understand right now.

When you wonder“IF…”  what you are really saying is that you don’t believe you’ll ever be successful…

But when you ask yourself “WHEN” you KNOW that sooner or later you will be successful and NOTHING will Stop you from Achieving your DREAMS!

If You’re A Truly COMMITTED MLM Business Owner Then You’ll Need To Get A Blueprint That Lays Everything Out From A-Z On How To Make Your Next 7 Figure Paycheck As Soon As Possible!

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60 Responses to MLM Business Marketing Tips To Success

  1. Sara August 21, 2014 at 9:41 am #

    thank you SO much! one of my leaders posted this video in our team page and of course it totally resonated with me. i was serious, now i am committed!! my company is new and i have seen others rise to the top very quickly, but i have been slow and steady, so my biggest fear is starting over (by continuing to recruit and train up future leaders) and never really becoming successful because i depend on others to advance. but my goals and the possibility of achieving them is what drives me, so” i will until…” with a new mindset 🙂

  2. Gurdip Matharu August 13, 2014 at 7:28 am #

    Hi Greg I have bought your program. I am at a stage in my MLM business where I don\’t seem to be making progress? I have used up all my warm market and run out of leads. Done all the ra…ra.. thing too. My commitment to building my business is I will carry on till I make it or die. Whichever comes first? I am not in this to prove to anyone else that I can do it but I am committed to prove to my self that I CAN do it. I have spent my entire life being told that I am not GOOD Enough. But I know I am and so I just want to make it happen for myself.
    Could do with some hand holding and guidance. any chance of a one to one? Gx

  3. Julia August 3, 2014 at 7:08 pm #

    I got worried for a minute because my knee-jerk reaction was, “Well, I don’t have the $10,000 right now, but I can figure out how to get it so I can get the $50,000.”

    I love network marketing because it’s always pushing me to move past my comfort zone – to explore a little more of what I can do, but still be able to work in a timeline of my own without someone over my head wanting to cut me out. The only boss I have to answer to is my own conscience telling me when I’m getting lazy. I’m coming up on 4 months postpartum with my third child and I ran into your site. I am grateful because I needed another way of looking at it all, and I enjoy the content I’ve seen so far.

    My reason for signing up with my company initially was to be able to have a third child without feeling the fear of debt like I did with my second, and that dream came true. Now I’m on to making a better life for the five of us – and maybe even convince my husband that we have the space for a fourth down the road. I’m not in a rush for any of it, I believe it will come.

  4. Michelle August 3, 2014 at 9:16 am #

    I am committed! I don\’t know EXACTLY how I\’m going to make it, but it\’s going to happen! Whatever it takes!

  5. Derek Neal July 11, 2014 at 12:20 pm #

    Greg, thanks for being real, honest and in your face, I personally need it. I realize that I have only been playing \\"serious\\" and have yet to get to committed. I with LegalShield, I do want to make my business grow, I do want to make the shift from serious to committed and I do want to have my \\"why\\" realized. Yes, I\\\’m ready to stop making excuses, looking for outs and being a friggin weenie. Thanks, looking forward to what i can and will get from you and your team.

  6. Cedric A. Thomas July 4, 2014 at 6:29 pm #

    Greg, I believe that you are the real deal. I also know that I have been in and out of the network marketing business over the last 6 years. I\’ve never achieved any significant amount of success only due to my OWN lack of vision. I need someone like you to assist me in building this business like I know I can. Help me!

  7. Anthony June 29, 2014 at 12:09 pm #

    Right on Greg

  8. Ann June 25, 2014 at 4:24 pm #

    Hello Greg,

    I appreciate you not sugar-coating what this business is all about.

    I am committed to having my own product, and building a damn good successful team.

    It takes time, and I am a little slow, but one thing I can say is that I am moving forward…I am like a turtle at times, but I now where my finish line is, and I will it get there successfully.

    I never worry about how much something cost…when I have to worry about how much something cost, or how long it will take me to be successful…then I better start running in the other direction:)…hehehe

    I sold real estate for years…lots of contract work…as it makes me ill to work for someone else…I am the Captain of my own ship, if you know what I mean.

    With that said,I am looking to reach my financial goals within the next 12 months and you are going to help me get there!

    Thanks – keep up the good work, and it is good to rant,as it is one of the best motivators!

    Committed to Our Success

    Hannah aka Ann Thurman
    Seattle

  9. Erick Earvin June 11, 2014 at 7:59 am #

    Hello Greg,

    I’m committed to my business. I for one understand that this is a process. I have so much success already and I have only been in the industry for 40days. I’m not making a lot of money but the personal growth is unbelievable. I am putting on a few events next month and it’s always been a fear of mine, to talk infront of a big crowd but that’s is why I’m push so hard to do it. I have been following you for a few weeks now and I’m working on getting your system. I will until…….I do! I would love to hear your point of view on the matter.

    Thanks as always! Keep up the great work

  10. Huel June 7, 2014 at 9:45 am #

    Greg,
    Have really enjoyed the videos and training in past couple weeks. Haven’t been in position to enroll yet but looking forward soon. Have been in MLM many years but haven’t been profitable. Now retired on social insecurity and need a supplement to maintain lifestyle. Keep telling it like it is.
    Huel

  11. Terri McGurgan June 4, 2014 at 6:47 pm #

    Awesome, Greg… I feel like you defined the “serious” vs. the “committed” once again just for me! Thank you for your honesty and for being so forthright about the differences!

    I am committed to success…. I just want it yesterday! Always room for improvement for me…. I struggle with this being a journey and not a switch that can be flipped. I am more than willing to do whatever work it takes to grow a 6-figure income, a different LIFE for me and my family, and I am willing to stay the course UNTIL it happens. I have many really big “WHY’s” to get me there…. I just need to develop the patience and consistency to stay the course long-term and transition from my current situation to the situation I will be in when I reach various levels of success. I am still under construction…. hang with me, please… I am working on it daily.

    Terri

  12. Joseph Engelhart June 2, 2014 at 9:41 pm #

    Greg,
    You asked the question are you a pretender or contender. I say I’m a contender and here’s why. I have a training this weekend i am going to for my company. I have very little money for this trip. I have bills I still need to pay and wondering how I am going to do it. I have been in the organization that I am with for 7 or 9 months haven’t made a dime or recruits as of yet. I have gone out and been rejected on more occasions then I wish to admit. Yet i am still at it. I at this time can’t afford to get your $5K package but committed to Jamie that I could do $100 every month for as long as it takes for me to get where I want to be. I have no direction on if I’m doing my business right, wrong or indifferent cause my up line only cares about the ones producing right now. I am determined to become successful, weather I get your help or not. I will be a success. I want to change my family history of just being lower middle class. Now here’s the thing. I have no clue on what I am doing. I blew through my warm market already. I have been buying leads, listening to you and just trying to figure out what am I doing so terribly wrong. I feel defeated most days but I still move on. I learned a skill in the service to never quit and I am using this skill right now as we speak (type). I can tell you that I am scared of true success, why? Because I have never experienced it but I am willing to go through hell or high water to get it done. So with your help or with out it I will get it done this is why I am a contender instead of a pretender.

  13. James D. McVey May 29, 2014 at 5:06 am #

    loved everything you said when along with everything i have read so far. My fear is 2 fold rejection, but not for rejection sake but as a result of not enough information. i am in the process of massing some capital to invest in a proper sales funnel and lead gerneration. The resume search idea is great, not comfortable with it for the reasons stated above. any suggestions

  14. Priscilla McElveen May 26, 2014 at 8:36 pm #

    Im a committed person. I’ve just really never seen it any other way. Once I saw how much money could be made from my own actions it was crazy to work for somebody else. Im super bothered by limitations it disturbs me spiritually and I know there is absolutely no reason as long as I apply, am consistent and continue to grow that I will not make it. I actually see myself there. No its not easy but its way worth it.

  15. Ray Biseis May 18, 2014 at 6:04 am #

    Hi Greg, like your stuff, but I’ve got to ask… why tape your stuff while in your car?

    • Greg Gomez III August 21, 2014 at 9:48 am #

      Because Ray, It’s convenient and it’s part of my everyday process…

      …If I waited to make videos when the time was “right” i’d be still waiting 😉
      So in order to meet the commitment of my “video routine” I have to make it work. No Matter What…

      #Commited 😉

  16. Gary January 6, 2014 at 12:23 pm #

    Greg,
    I haven’t purchased the training yet but I have been following your blogs for a couple weeks. I am an insurance broker by trade, however I know in the bottom of my soul. I am a business builder, I just never found the right fit for myself. I am part of the team ASEA. I recently joined and truly believe this is the right fit for me. I am 34 years old and ever since I was 12 years old I have told everyone I know, I will be a multimillionaire by age 40. Why I decided that and and put a time frame on it… I have no idea..
    I love the way you speak and the sincerity that comes from you. I am ready to commit whole heatedly in this program and make my dream a reality..It may not be by age 40, if not I’ll be a whole lot closer than I was at least.
    Thanks
    Gary

    • Greg Gomez III January 6, 2014 at 12:30 pm #

      That’s it Gary…

      I look forward to working with you.

      Message me When you have ordered any of our programs and I’ll get a Strategist to help you with the first few steps…

      lets rock my man.

      GIII

  17. Nita Waterhouse January 6, 2014 at 12:10 pm #

    Thank you for another kick in the pants.

  18. Latarsha April 16, 2013 at 5:09 pm #

    Hi Greg,
    I really appreciate the bare truth that you be sharing with us. No, I am not saying that what you are releasing the gospel truth, but one thing I do know is that you have the experience, the skills and the leg work to back up what you are teaching us. I am looking forward to being able to really shift and transform my life. I am committed to win.

    Latarsha

  19. B.J. June 20, 2012 at 9:52 pm #

    I’m a committed player – who all too often just gets lazy.

    I know what I need to do, I am learning how to do it, and I just don’t get off my duff and do it.

    So lately I’ve been writing on my to-do list *one* action step I can take that day which will grow my business. Today I posted a link to my website on FB, and asked, “What ONE thing about my website do you think I should change?” I’m excited to see just how many people actually looked at the site! I mean, free exposure, free critique! Who knows; maybe one of them will tell someone else about the product and website, right? 🙂

  20. albert May 16, 2012 at 8:31 pm #

    Hi greg!!! i am a rsm in fhtm , my worst fear is here ! i have but exausted all my contacts and leads . I have run into alot of NO’S!!! I have confidence in myself because i am a positive person . I had alot of training , the right ppl in my upline nothing seems to work . I can watch your inspiring video and its great !!! i love the common sence and the determination . if u were looking for a needle in a hay stack you found me, with your words of wisdom. but that is the same thing that i have been taught with no results . how do i find people like me ?

  21. Kathryn LePage April 24, 2012 at 1:13 pm #

    Hi! I just started in MLM! I’m so passionate about Body By Vi!
    I can’t stand it when family and friends cut me down for my dreams! I’m a go getter! Don’t ever tell me to quit! it is a when question! I only have 1 customer right now, but I know more will come!
    If you told me I needed 10 000 to get 100 000, I would do whatever I could to get that money! I would work day and night! I would do anything except for hurt someone or sell my body lol. I do have a limit, but I will never give up. Ambassador baby!!!!!

  22. Seth LeMaster April 16, 2012 at 11:14 am #

    As usual, no B.S. I love it. Been in ACN for 2 years now and haven’t seen much success. Your MLM Blueprint really opened my eyes and now I am ready for more. I am committed and ready to do whatever it takes to retire from the JOB and build something for my family. Game on!!

  23. Steve February 16, 2012 at 5:30 pm #

    There is telling it like it is and there is telling it like it is as you experience it at this particular time… but I mean nothing more than to present in the most humble of feeling what is the question before me? It is in my tradition to see personal desire as source of much unnecessary pain and suffering in the history of society. Yet even the greatest tiger with the most impressive hunting story must then the next day realize to live there must be a new hunt. How many successful millionaires and richer had to face bankruptcy before they found out a way to truly work out and contribute? I feel part of what you are telling me is that I already need to see the success of opening my mind and seeking insight to act toward a good goal. Therefore, I will not prattle about when big money is here, but ask what is next to show work ethic and offer value to others in my new business? See that purpose, and accept that purpose. There rests what commitment brings, perhaps?

  24. Tammie Rutledge December 21, 2011 at 8:52 pm #

    My why is that I have a dream to build a log home for my family, retire my husband early . We have no way to achieve this unless I make this work…

    My limiting factor is I hate to call my warm market… I want to become a leader and make a difference in people\\\’s lives….

  25. Carlous December 10, 2011 at 11:11 pm #

    You should listen what Greg is saying… especially the part on goal setting.
    Question is fine to ask and when ask in a broad sense it show the level
    The wanna-be playiers are on . There is a mind set that needs to be in place
    When doing any business. Period.

    Greg use the serious and the committed.

    He’s right you have to have the right mind set. I want to use entitle vs contribution.
    Just because you purchase material are you automatically Entitled to success?

    But why if you follow the principle you need to grow in the human department
    When you work that into your goal you and you alone know when
    You will Acheive success. Buying the material and not implement
    It, would not help anyone.

    Either you change your mindset Or get a 9-5
    Right on Greg Gomez III

  26. Scott October 27, 2011 at 9:04 pm #

    Hey Greg,
    i have been molding this ACN over in my mind. I managed to get 4 people in with me when i started last year and i have been stuck there every since. i really need help with it. i hate asking what few friends and what family i talk to for favors. i retire from the US Navy next year and i dion\’t want to work for anybody to support my family. i have been away a lot and just want to spend some time with them being Daddy and a Husband to my wife. i will do what ever it takes to make this work for us so we can spend time together. your video was right on, if a person wants to be successful then stop crying and complaining about it just do it.

    Scott

  27. erin jeck October 26, 2011 at 9:20 am #

    I have been struggling battling my demons of the past, I was in a MLM that went bankrupt and I lost 10,000 and had to file personal bankruptcy at 22 years old, I have a demon that pops up telling me it won’t work again even though my upline assisted in my team and now I have 90 ppl on my team. It’s hard to believe that I can do it, when I didn’t before and every one of my friends and family doubt it, with gentle reminders that it didn’t work before. This really helped re-motivate me; sometimes it gets old hearing it from the people who are making money off of you. Thanks for all you help

  28. Tamara October 24, 2011 at 8:53 pm #

    Hi Greg! The video is amazing …is totally a mind set for the people like to change their life.. Since I start to learn the “blueprint” my business is going better.Thank you for all the staff you provide.

  29. Sandra Loewy October 24, 2011 at 7:42 pm #

    Hey Greg,
    I just watched your “rant” ! and I will do what it takes. The fear I have is the same as Carolyn Brownmiller. Talking to my friends about FHTM as well as all the FHTM Scam I am looking forward to hearing what you have to say on this Objection.
    Thank you for being there for all of us out here!
    Sandee 🙂

  30. Stan Kolakowski October 24, 2011 at 6:06 pm #

    Greg,
    Keep telling it like you see it, I don\’t want you to sugar cot anything. I look forward to you next video.

  31. Gary Soghomonian October 24, 2011 at 5:52 pm #

    Greg
    Hru

    like the Video you don\’t Sugar coating Like that you are straight shooter you Have kick butt take names.

    For people that want to bitch and complain \wham wham wham go get whambulance

    greg what is thoughts incorporate NLP? If Don\’t you like what you see change channel go be ingoreramass !!!!!
    What about fear to pull the trigger can talk on that .

  32. Reggie Hilton October 24, 2011 at 5:36 pm #

    I will until bro. facing fears see ya at the top !Thanks for the needed kick!

  33. Cheryl Fitzgerald October 24, 2011 at 2:39 pm #

    “Right On”, that takes me back!
    I am ready to “rock and roll” I want my team and I to qualify and attend the incentive trip to the Mayan Rivera next fall all expenses paid. I am ready to hit the beach!

  34. Kenny Baptista October 24, 2011 at 1:16 pm #

    I’m finally getting back to the course I bought a few months ago. As an x GI, telling it like it is , is the only way to go.If you didn’t I wouldn’t watch. I need to grow in all my skills and in 10 years I’ll say the same thing. I find improvement only comes from always wanting to be better. I taught Karate for several years and everyone starts as a white belt.Thats just how it is .But you never quit looking at what you want to be and no matter how good you get the only advice is, get better. For example I had someone sign up on one of my capture pages today and I decided to call right away.”If you hesitate you meditate in a horizontal position.” an old Karate saying of Ed Parkers. I couldn’t figure out how to pronounce his name and that would have stopped me at one time. But I’ve found that the best thing to do is just dial and now you are committed. Then have fun. A blown presentation or phone call is not the end of the world because it keeps getting easier. Just remember if at first you don’t succeed, sky diving is not for you, but most other things are, no big deal. Just keep getting better and the pay checks will follow. Stay focused and learn to love the process because every step gets you closer to your goal. Just stay in the game and keep listening to the coach.My biggest Fear is getting distracted, that gets you off course. Stay focused. Thanks Kenny

  35. Joyce Skocic Harrell October 24, 2011 at 9:47 am #

    Awesome video Greg. You really made clear the difference between being serious and being committed. I am moving up to committed. I have allowed myself to get side-tracked when I need to take action, so I am going to start writing down daily goals to keep myself on track. Thanks so much for helping me get my head on straight and my vision clear. Always look forward to your videos.

  36. Leah McCarthy October 23, 2011 at 5:26 pm #

    I don\’t really have a team just yet and I guess my fear is that I won\’t be able to train them properly. I know it\’s silly but. . . Also, I don\’t like speaking in front of a large group of people. Since being in the business I\’ve gotten better and don\’t mind the smaller groups which I originally panicked royally over that too.

    • Greg Gomez III October 24, 2011 at 11:05 am #

      Hey Leah,

      You’re fears are some of the most common, and are typically rooted in “fear of making a mistake” or worse, making a mistake in front of others…

      All of which stems from our grade school conditioning of “pass or fail”…

      The solution?

      Just keep doing what you’re doing, you’ve already started, you were afraid to speak infront of small groups, and now that’s handled, but they’ll get bigger and bigger, and before you realize it, you’ll be on stage in front of hundreds ;o)

      Don’t freak out 😛

      Go get em leah…

  37. fidel October 23, 2011 at 3:04 pm #

    hi, there Mr Gomez thanks for all the information you provide is great. yes, i do want to be in the game. I’M IN THE GAME i just need some help or work on my prospecting script. the bottom line is that im working from top to bottom in your program and i will take whatever it takes to get those results that im looking for ” i will until” thanks greg and im looking forward to work in your team in the future.

    • Greg Gomez III October 24, 2011 at 11:06 am #

      Hey Fidel, Awesome action my friend.

      Keep moving, measuring, and improving, 3 keys to guaranteed success…

      Greg Gomez III

  38. Edward October 22, 2011 at 9:42 pm #

    I AM WORKING ON TWO OF MY PROBLEMS:
    -PUBLIC SPEAKING

    -ARTICULATING OF WORDS

    You could say they work hand and hand?

    • Greg Gomez III October 24, 2011 at 11:08 am #

      They sure do Edward…

      Just like the old joke goes…

      How do you get to Carnegie Hall?

      Practice, practice, practice…

      (Oh yeah and having a good mentor never hurt either : )

      Greg Gomez III

  39. Elizabeth October 22, 2011 at 8:50 pm #

    commited & wants early retirement

    • Greg Gomez III October 24, 2011 at 11:09 am #

      It’s waiting on you Elizabeth 😛

      Greg Gomez III

  40. Carolyn Brownmiller October 22, 2011 at 7:20 pm #

    Thanks Greg. I am ready to roll. I am with FHTM love it. prsentation is not the problem. My bigget fear is to call people I know . it is easier to talk to people that I do not know than my friends.

    How do i get over that. How do i find the people that are interested in my business and is faebook a good way to make contact.s

    thankyou,

    Carolyn

    • Greg Gomez III October 24, 2011 at 11:13 am #

      Hey Carolyn,

      I’ve also found it easier to talk to strangers about my offers when I was first getting started, as my personal relationships at the time were not the best candidates for what I had to offer…

      The easiest way to get over talking to “loved” ones, is to get results with your cold market first, you’ll find that as your confidence grows, and you develop a process that nets results consistently, you’ll be less hesitant to approach those you know…

      As to facebook…

      I love it and highly reccomend it as a traffic source, however if you aren’t skilled enough in the “conversion” side of things, you won’t get very far…

      I’ll be hosting a call about how to get more confidence and overcome any objection you’d run across, I’ll keep you posted on when that is (watch your email : )

      Greg Gomez III

  41. Tommy October 22, 2011 at 2:52 pm #

    (LEGALLY)……DAMN!!! Greg I like the lazy people for two reason,more money for me and more room for me to mess Up!!! I have learned a Lot from the little bit of time I’ve been working with you,so thank you! Cant really say what I’m scared of but what’s holding me back, is just learning to do the things I’ve never done. The One thing that I do know,and no matter what kind of business your In, Knowledge makes Money=POWER!! on my way up once I get the hang of this.

    • Greg Gomez III October 24, 2011 at 11:14 am #

      You’re absolutely rocking Tommy, go get ’em brother 🙂

      GIII

  42. Nathan October 21, 2011 at 10:27 pm #

    I am so wanting to be committed marketer. I’ve been a serious marketer. Tired of having a JOB and I want to be free. I fear about the success and failure cause not knowing whether I’m able to handle those successes or failures. Also not knowing where exactly I should approach certain stages of the sale tunnel/lead generation process like the list brokers or training future recruits these concepts or social media appliance. I’m not wanting blaming anyone, I’m just calling out people in customer services or Greg haven’t been answering my questions. I need some help on how I should approach my prospecting after the testimony collecting from pre-existing clients in market research stage. What are the list brokers I should contact for leads? I’ve been working with Compliance through my company, Primerica, seeing what I able to do concerning target marketing strategy and social media marketing. So I’m waiting on their response. I need your thoughts on how I should go about this situation more efficiently and my questions be answered.

    • Greg Gomez III October 24, 2011 at 11:22 am #

      hey Nathan, sorry to hear you haven’t gotten an answer to your questions (that sucks actually)…

      Have you been in the live classes? Are you getting the notifications?

      If not get with my team at: 888-415-3919 and let them know the situation, if you don’t hear from them in a 24 hour time frame (minus weekends : ), let me know at Greg (at) mlmbusinessblueprint.com and I’ll whip some tail…

      If for whatever reason you can’t make the Live calls, send an email to support (at) mlmbusinessblueprint.com and I’ll answer the questions there, you can then catch the answer in a replay in the members area…

      As to compliance…

      I wouldn’t waist time with that, because their concern is that you are promoting the company under their strict rules, but the truth is, your prospect doesn’t really care about the company, they care about the type of benefit they’ll receive…

      So you should never really mention your company or any of it’s trademarked services in the “front” end marketing or prospecting stages of the process (trust me, your prospect REALLY doesn’t care about that.)

      Get into class, and I’ll answer this a little more in depth for you and give better examples…

      Greg Gomez III

  43. Renee October 21, 2011 at 7:44 pm #

    Very awsome! I am working very hard on listening to ur words thanks keep it up..

  44. sherrie October 21, 2011 at 3:52 pm #

    Hey Gregg: You did an awsome job at explaining the difference between successful and committed. Loved it.

    • Greg Gomez III October 24, 2011 at 11:24 am #

      Thanks Sherrie, Glad you enjoyed it :O)

      Greg Gomez III

  45. Lusy Van Dyke October 21, 2011 at 3:34 pm #

    Hi Greg,
    I think I’m commited but still looong way to go because I’m not people person. On the other hand, I know to be succesful in networking business is how good to handle people. My biggest weakness is talking to people especially something related to money. I’d like to learn how to overcome this.
    thank you
    Lusy

    • Betty October 22, 2011 at 8:09 pm #

      Hi Greg:
      Thank you so much for this right on, no holes barred explanation on success and committment. You really put it perfectly! This video will be saved to my library of inspiration.

    • Greg Gomez III October 24, 2011 at 12:04 pm #

      Hey Lusy, thanks for sharing your challenge here:

      Being able to effectively “communicate” and being a “people Person” are 2 very different things…

      You see, although I’m a very “personable” character, I’m also extremely shy 9hard to believe I know)…

      the truth is, I would get nauseous at the thought of picking up the phone to attempt getting strangers to buy my stuff…

      But with a little “too stupid to quite” i was able to learn this thing that really got me to understand what “rejection” really was…

      When someone tells you “no” they’re not saying no to you, their saying it to your “offer”.

      Improve your offer, focus it at a laser-targeted group, and you’ll be much more effective in your recruiting.

      How do you improve all of that, well that’s what we go over in our coaching programs which you can learn about here:

      http://www.mlmbusinessblueprint.com/products/

      I’ll look for you on the inside…

      Greg Gomez III

  46. mike king October 21, 2011 at 1:41 pm #

    THE ONE THING THAT I LIKE ABOUT YOUR VIDIEOS IS THAT YOU TELL IT LIKE IT IS. THAT IS ALSO THE RESONE I KEEP ON WATCHING THEM. THE ONLY FEAR I HAVE OR THINK I HAVE IS THAT I AM LOOKING TO GET OUT OF A 70 HR WORK WEEK BUT AT THE SAME TIME DONT KNOW WHAT I WOULD DO WITH OUT IT. YOUR VIDIEOS WITCH I WATCH OVER AND OVER AGAIN IS HELPING ME TO BRAEK THAT MIND SET. SO THANK YOU YOUR DOING A HELL OF A JOB. MIKE

    • Greg Gomez III October 24, 2011 at 12:05 pm #

      Hey Mike,

      Telling it like it is, is the only way I know how to tell it 🙂

      Glad you’re digging the content, stay tuned we got tons more coming .

      Greg Gomez III

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