MLM Business Owners: The Game Is On!

The Game Is ON!

In MLM Business It’s How You Play The Game That Determines What You Will Accomplish…

Know the Rules & Play With Everything You’ve GOT!

 

MLM Business: The Game Is On!Everything in life is based on our own efforts and the efforts of those around us.

What I have accomplished or failed to accomplish is a direct result of my efforts. The same goes for anyone and everyone in any MLM Business… Or any business for that matter.

Jim Bunch, a great author, coach, and life developer who really works on the ‘Inner Game’ said it best:

There is no time that you are not engaged in Life. The Game Is Always On!” – Jim Bunch


How you play this game of life will directly affect the results you achieve in your MLM Business. The game is always being played but it’s still your choice if you play with intensity or in moderation.

It’s an active decision to stay involved in the game, your success is completely dependent on how you play, how you train, how you win, and even how you lose.

So, my question to you is…MLM Business | Get Answers

At what level are you participating in Your MLM Business?

Are you playing to win or just to survive?

What results are you working towards?

Basically… How are you playing the GAME that is Your Life?

Make no excuses. Let no boundaries or obstacles stop you from achieving your goals and dreams in your MLM Business. It’s always a choice to play wholeheartedly or not. If you’re not getting the results you want then, guess what? Those are the direct results of your efforts or the Training you’ve been given.

No one can make you play with everything you’ve got, it’s got to be your choice. Remember the drudgery of that day to day, boring, dead-end job you’re trying so desperately to get away from? How do you feel when you’re going to work? Are you full of joy or is it slowly being sapped away by the uphill battle of no real future and indentured servitude?

Remember what insanity is? Doing the same thing again and again, while expecting different results.

Know what you want. Know how you’ll get it. Envision the future with all your dreams come true. Picture your house on the beach. See your kids safely through college. Even… Protect your family financially for generations.

When Your Working on Your MLM Business…

The freedom to make these type of choices are

what’s going to fuel your energy to Succeed.

It’s what gives us the courage to keep going in the face of adversity. Learning, growing and achieving our dreams are all based on how we play this game of life.

It’s how we get out of bed every day, full of energy and enthusiasm for what the day holds. Seeing the new day as a new start to a never ending game that you love playing.

This doesn’t mean that everything goes as planned at all times. But it does mean that when challenges present themselves, you rise to those challenges and tackle them head on.

Review your MLM business and decide what’s working and what isn’t.

Go through some MLM Training and find out what they’re leaving out.

Then make an action plan to hem up those lose ends .

Playing this game we are all invested in, in any other way is simply not playing with everything you’ve got. It’s admitting defeat and giving up before you’ve even started truly building your Network Marketing Business

In your MLM Business you’ve got to make a conscious choice, every day to do everything you can to win …

… And You Deserve To Win!

Not everything is going to go the way you plan in your MLM Business.  We all stumble and face challenges we don’t know what to do with sometimes.

But you can find the answers to those challenges, if you play to win!

Look, I’ve faced obstacles, just the same as you. The same as every Big Name, MLM’er out there. Trust me when I say, You’re not alone. You’re not the first to face these challenges and you won’t be the last. Period.

But, the question is…  What are YOU Going to DO About it?  Accept Defeat… Or Play with All Your HEART?

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41 Responses to MLM Business Owners: The Game Is On!

  1. Linda Aldrich July 30, 2014 at 9:11 am #

    Love this video. My two biggest challenges are not talking to enough people, which is related to my other biggest challenge, swallowing hook, line and sinker the mantra that “we have a proven system in place…you don’t have to reinvent the wheel.” I’m trying to break out of that now, three years in, by finding and learning from sources outside of my company (like you!). I’m going to get with some of my fellow consultants and one of my down-lines and brainstorm crazy ways to meet people, just to get ourselves outside of that small, tightly-controlled box in which we’ve gotten stuck. Hopefully, we’ll come up with at least one idea that is do-able! Thanks so much!

  2. MARTHA SOSA July 8, 2014 at 7:32 pm #

    I KNOW I HAVE EVERYTHING TO SUCCEED …GEME ON BABY …… 🙂

  3. Ann June 23, 2014 at 4:10 pm #

    Hello Greg!

    I am \"IN IT TO WIN IT!\" I really like the short videos and learn
    from each of them. Sometimes I go back and listen to them several times
    just to make sure that I am on the same page. I have also listened to the longer
    video that\’s about 90 minutes…however, today you sent a request stating if
    I wanted to know about a website listen to the video at the 1.17.30 mark or something
    like that. I am not sure what you mean. A week or two ago, you did this, What do
    you mean?

    Thank you,

    A .

  4. Joseph Engelhart May 29, 2014 at 9:01 pm #

    What\’s up Greg,
    I truthfully tell you that what\’s holding me back is fear of success. i am so use to failing in my life and trying to make this change is very hard. I do what my up line tells me to do. I go to the events we have. Try to learn what am I doing right vs wrong on a daily bases. In the end it to me is a fear of success. I have never had this type of feelings before and this scars me like you wouldn\’t believe. I almost become paralyzed by it. That being said I try every day to work through it, to get the end results I\’m looking for, to find the confidence needed to succeed.

  5. Mary April 30, 2014 at 10:49 pm #

    My biggest obstacle is myself. I need to try harder.

  6. carlos April 30, 2014 at 7:38 am #

    Greg I don\’t know what I\’m doing wrong and I hope you can help me I tried everything and nothing seems to work I spend hours on this computer some times up to 10 hrs. can\’t seem to fine the solution. I been watching your videos they have great information. but Greg I don\’t know maybe I need to be lead by hand. I have spend lots money on programs cd. tapes, books, even gone to conventions and those are expensive I just don\’t know any more. what can you suggest Greg thanks.

  7. Randy Allen March 25, 2014 at 4:05 pm #

    I’m in the game every day however I’m having a hell of a time putting customers in my business. I’m a sponge soaking up your teaching. Thanks
    Randy

  8. Laura Sherker March 25, 2014 at 11:29 am #

    Hi Greg,
    I find that the biggest obstacle in my way right now would be recruiting new people into my company. I just started my home based business about 4 weeks ago and i find that i am struggling when it comes to recruiting people to join my company. For example, I spoke with someone over the phone for almost an hour yesterday and I thought that I had her on board. She was suppose to call me back after signing up on my website , but she never did. Since the conversation yesterday, i have emailed her and also left her a voicemail but got no response. I thought my presentation was good and i was able to answer all of her questions. She seemed very excited to come on board with my company. The only thing that I can think of is that someone talked her out of it. Her father apparently has his own business and I think he wa a the one who tokd her not to start her own business from home with my company. How do I generate potential new recruits??????

  9. Diego March 18, 2014 at 8:02 pm #

    Thanks Greg excellent, I’M on the game.

  10. Tim Young February 25, 2014 at 4:05 am #

    I love the message that you shared with us about if you are with me a year from know, what would have changed that would want to keep you in the game? I\’m wanting to adapt that into my script. I realize you have to very quickly connect with these potential team mates if you want to bring them into your fold. That is my goal for this morning and then try it out on some calls this afternoon. Keep the morning messages coming, they are very inspiring.

  11. Nellie Perry February 5, 2014 at 10:52 pm #

    I WANT TOO GET NEW LEADS AND RECRUIT MORE PEOPLE CAUSE I BELIEVE THAT MARY KAY IS THE BEST PRODUCTS.BUT I DO NOT KNOW HOW TO GET THEM TO SIGN UP.CAN YOU HELP ME WITH IT.I WANT TO CLIMB UP THE LADDER OF SUCCESS.

  12. Charline Morrison January 23, 2014 at 4:59 pm #

    Hi Greg,
    Once again….you seem to come and juice me up once more. You’re right the game of life is always on, I know this but I was getting a little… (ya know) . I haven’t sent any new lead emails in a month and had no response to my person to person efforts either. I think my biggest hurdle is getting hot leads ( as you know ). Thinking about it, I signed up with US Directory to help my ads get seen more readily on the internet and got 250 business cards done…even when I felt like I wasn’t playing, I was making moves to grow my business.

    PS. I tried to connect with you on LinkedIn but got no response, what’s up ???

  13. Maria Belen January 22, 2014 at 9:03 pm #

    Hi Greg! I am Maria from Argentina. I started my network business 3 months ago at NuSkin. I am very happy with the company, great company amazing products.
    so that is not my problem. I would love to learn with you everything that has to do with recruiting leaders, being able to get many people like 20 and more per week and to be able to obtain a big pay check! i do not know if here in Argentina things work as in USA….does it? . I am a mother of four and my second child is a girl with down syndrome, she is 9 years old and she is my WHY. I want an economic future for her. I want to be sure she will get the best I can offer even when she grows and my husband and me are not around anymore… Am I thinking too far?
    Sincerely,
    M.Belen

  14. Becky January 13, 2014 at 9:45 pm #

    i clam up when talking to people. I am working on my confidence, so it is getting better. My biggest fear is that I will never find enough people to talk to and gain enough leads. I know I can help people change their lives like I did, but I got to find them first!

  15. Jeanette Releford January 6, 2014 at 9:20 am #

    Hi Greg,
    My biggest hurdle is to generate enough leads, so I can build my business. I could also use some help in skill set on the phone. Because, I feel I sound alright but maybe I don’t sound confident enough to allow someone to want to join what I have to offer. I willing to work to get my skill set to the point of a true leader.

    Jeanette

  16. John Crandall April 30, 2012 at 6:00 am #

    My biggest challenge and weakness in running by business is not having the technical computer skills. I can do the basic stuff to get around and get started but I waste so much valuable time trying to figure out the more complicated(to me) tasks of setting things up and figuring out what to do next. I would have been rich years ago!! I hate to bother my sponsor whenever I’m stuck or don’t know how to do certain functions on the computer. Youtube and the search engines are only of limited help as they don’t help with specifics. Can you suggest a source of help where I can go to get immediate help?

  17. Steve February 11, 2012 at 12:53 pm #

    The ideas help, but there are many obstacles. Not everyone is starting the game on a perfectly level playing field anyway. Such is the way it is.

  18. Rachelle Brazeau October 17, 2011 at 5:34 pm #

    I love MLM! I love to say that I am working when I am at a café taking breakfast with a friend and doing business at the same time and then taking a walk with that same friend and feeling the heat of the sun on my face and thinking: \"Hey, I\’m doing business right now, presenting the business to my friend!\" And also love meeting old friend and helping them save lots of money on their energy bills, electricity and natural gas and knowing I\’m always helping someone by either presenting the business opportunity, showing them the services we offer and making them pay less and helping my husband at the same time! What a blessing business! I LOVE IT!!!! Now that my mother passed away I\’m back at it again!!!

  19. Juan October 15, 2011 at 9:49 am #

    Not talking to enough people, fear to leave my job, fear of the unknown,

    • Greg Gomez III October 17, 2011 at 11:09 am #

      Juan! Thank you.

      The real factor that’s at the root of all these comments and questions is…

      Fear.

      The only real way to overcome fear is with action.

      Fear is paralyzing, procrastinating, and petrifying. But with a little movement, measurement and concentrated improvement…

      You can develop your skill sets to produce consistent results, and as a by-product, get the one thing that trumps fear every time…

      Confidence.

      So my answer is, do what you fear most, and you’ll find it was all in your mind in the first place.

      Greg Gomez III

      • Gerry Burg January 4, 2014 at 9:54 am #

        I love your video’s very inspiring 🙂

  20. James Ervin October 14, 2011 at 12:01 pm #

    Wow. That was a good morning piece im glad i watched this morning. I think mine is just sucsess. The nature of transitioning the mind to be sucsessful is scary in my mind and often holds me back. I want the finer things in life and the drive sometimes doesnt match the output due to geograhics, warm market, cold market, and with that its also learning to transition the mind from calls to internet. But how do we go about that? Another mind transition. Expanding our market through the internet with integrity and class of who we are. Often times we get alot of junk emails, but how do we reach those who often think ” in the box”and those who think seriously ” outside th box” , How do I, a small town guy… transition into a nationwide fixture and market myself in this big country known as the USA? How do i find the people who are like me on a global level to build those relationships that people talk about in the MLM game who can help me become the next Russell Simmions, Sean Combs, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Jaime Foxx, Kennan Ivory Wayans and have the money to be change not only my life, but the generations of my family name. How do i promote myself without selling? And thats often what holds me back , the knowing of what it will feel like to have the six-figure income and provide a lifestyle for my kids that even i could only imagine. That pressure is something they dont teach, and something im learning how to handle through personal developement of myself. I dont know if you watch kat williams the comedian, but as he says….its self-esteem. You shouldnt need someeone else to give you self- esteem . Its esteem of ya got dayum self…(sorry for those politically correct people), but to realize the american dream is only a few days, months, years, away drives me daily and keeps the smile on my face and as the old saying goes…some things change, some people remain the same, we as a country keep complaining for JOBS (JUST OVER BROKE), this countries most powerful people, companies, and the ones who have tha most power have been the ones who have controlled the government and our ways of thinking for centuries…we as black people call it long money. They have made the decisions so when we as people change our thinking and start to make more money for ourselves, we as a country and with power of money can take back our government. But as i said, its all in transition. I have only been in the MLM game for 5 months and i have to say i am glad to have ran over your information and thoughts as they are tools i use for my daily mental excersize. Maybe one day we may meet and have a beer in the future, your cool, your great, your real and i appreciate what you do and day. anyone caring to share a thought on my statement can share at my email ……….. http://www.prepaidlegal.com/hub/jervin

    • Greg Gomez III October 17, 2011 at 11:43 am #

      Hey James, awesome points.

      Thanks for your honesty and for sharing…

      I think the best advice I can offer here is, as you said, self-esteem needs to be gotten by “ya dayum self” 🙂 LOL

      The truth is, Self esteem is taken, not earned.

      in psychology, Confidence is a byproduct of self-belief and reinforcement from others. In other words, if you believe something, and others support that view, then it’s probably true.

      The challenge comes when you have something in your heart you know to be possible for yourself (like success from a home-business) but your results and your loved-ones are telling you it can’t be done (just because they’ve never done it).

      Here’s the thing I’d tell, you…

      You said you have kids, right? Think back to one of your kids learning to ride a bike for the first time.

      Now even though, they see other kids riding bikes, and they have you (someone who’s done it for themselves) teaching them how to do it, they still had their doubts, right?

      But with practice, patience and persistence, they were able to take their first wobbly-ride down the street on their own.

      Now if you asked them if they could ride a bike they wouldn’t hesitate to say, “it’s easy:”

      You see, It’s that “mustard-seed ” of truth (belief) in your self that weathers all doubt, ridicule, or persecution that will hold you up and help you through the challenges we all face as a entrepreneurs, and will (coincidentally) magnetize others to you and shape how they view you.

      The other piece of advice I can offer is that you don’t try to measure your success in “made money” or “didn’t make Money” as most try to do…

      Again, when your kids first started riding a bike you didn’t measure their progress in “you rode it” or ” you didn’t ride it”.

      You took baby steps with them.

      First it was training wheels, then with you holding them, then leading from the seat, till finally they were off on their own (with you still sucking in the wind every time they almost hit the curb ;O)…

      It’s also true for your business, your just getting started (even if you’ve been doing it for a while).

      First you need to know how to get leads, then you need to know what to say, then you need to learn how to say it, then you need to know how to present, objection handle, close, systematize the process, build teams, be a better leader…

      and on and on…

      And the truth is you’ll never be done, you’ll ALWAYS be developing as an entrepreneur, and with each day your confidence will improve then your results, then the people around you will think… “oh he’s special, I could never do that”…

      And that’s why they’ll still be where they are (doesn’t make them bad people, just not entrepreneurs ;O)

      Now if you don’t know which steps to take, then I highly recommend you get a copy of the MLM Business Blueprint:

      http://www.mlmbusinessblueprint.com/mlmbbletter/dropout.html

      …as it outlines ALL of the pieces and details which you should concentrate on first.

      Hope this helps James…

      Greg Gomez III

      P.S. I’d love that beer ;o)

  21. Raymond Whittington October 13, 2011 at 7:54 pm #

    I’ve been trying to work my warm list which has gotten me nowhere.

  22. Tommy Gurule October 13, 2011 at 3:28 pm #

    Learning that I look to much Into one thing and getting stuck there.. Trying to make things perfect and shoudnt.

    • Greg Gomez III October 17, 2011 at 11:46 am #

      Absolutely Tommy,

      You have to be ok with getting things done “half-assed” as it allows you to get some results, then you make it better using the feedback you get.

      This is a much more “organic” way to learn then trying to make something and then try get the market to like what you’ve got.

      instead, you should see what works, test the market first, then look to “perfect” your process based on the feedback you get from your prospect.

      Go get em…

      Greg

  23. Ken Spence October 12, 2011 at 8:52 pm #

    This post has actually caught me in a time where I’m just realizing what you’re saying. It’s helpful to know that I caught myself at this point instead of at a point that would leave me worse off than I am.

    God Bless,
    Ken

  24. Karen S. Bankert October 12, 2011 at 8:45 pm #

    What is holding me back?
    “Tap into your warm market; make more friends; sell yourself, and call, call, call,” this is what I have been taught by those in my up-line in the different MLM businesses that I have been associated with.
    My warm market – My children would prefer that I work a “real” job. That means to me that I need to get a “paycheck” coming in from ACN….no problem there. Yeah, right.
    Make more friends – that takes time but the income needs to be more immediate.
    Sell yourself – how? For what? Sex? I mean come on! How generic is that? What is that really saying? Do they even know?
    Back to the warm market…there is more warmth in my cold market than there is in my so-called “warm” market. There are a ton of reasons why I am no longer friends with people I was once friends with…call me judgmental if you will but I have good reasons for staying away from most of those friends and more so to stay away from my extended family…better reasons for them.
    The best thing that could happen to me…is for my house to sell for what makes financial sense…THEN, I could move away from these people and not be afraid to see them in public and hear anymore of their worthless statements about how great my late husband was or see their pitying looks that only burn deep. AND, it would free up some of my time that is spent caring for this place that has a lot of bad memories.
    Stuck in between a rock and a hard place…no fun and wanting…needing . . .
    To top it all off, I have 3 wonderful children, 3 wonderful grandchildren, and a big soft heart when it comes to those 6 people. Wishing that my income would come at least close to the size of my heart . . .
    I feel that I do not know enough about ACN, marketing, or sales. I feel that I do not know enough about people…not enough to decipher who is the “right” kind of person for a MLM business.
    I am tired of going from one MLM business to another and not getting ahead but rather falling still further behind.
    Why did I choose ACN? Cell phones. Video phones. Electricity. Are you kidding? Who is not using these things? The Amish. I cannot say that I know anyone personally who is Amish. Then, it was also the person who introduced ACN to me. He did not show enthusiasm about ACN but presented the company in a matter of fact way. With ACN, you do not have to try and sell a bottle of “miracle” juice for $60 a bottle to people who are stumbling over finances. He found a common ground. I sold Xango. He sold…the other juice!
    There is one more thing that is holding me back…Be True, LLC. What is Be True, LLC? Well, it is a company that is in its nascent stage and I know everything about this company there is to know! Why? Well…you see, because I am the founder!
    And I am torn…do I stick my efforts into just one or split it between the two? Which one? How much time to each? And how do I fit my children and grandchildren in there without making a sacrifice that I would end up regretting? (I have lost one grandchild already to SIDS…only 81 days old and his smile still remains and forever will be imprinted in my mind and on my heart.)
    Up-line…they want to help. They have the compassion. The desire. The drive. They throw one piece of literature after another my way and that is as far as their teaching has progressed. I know the environment in which I learn best and so far no MLM business is willing to teach in a classroom environment.
    Putting myself in front of a computer to read from their website is a challenge and I fail at learning through that source.
    I do not have a need for pity…cannot stand it, have no use for it, and find it insulting to say the least. I do not want anyone’s pity…I want their knowledge. I want to be taught how to make an MLM business venture a successful one in an environment that makes it easier on me…the student. Not asking a lot now am I?
    And I have my doubts that you would be able to implant the knowledge in my brain that I am needing.
    As a mentor/teacher you are being put to the test.. Are you up to the challenge?
    Kindest regards,
    Karen S. Bankert

    • Greg Gomez III October 17, 2011 at 12:03 pm #

      Hey Karen,

      First off, thanks for your honest and heartfelt post here (I’m sorry to hear about your little one, that kind of thing is never easy).

      Second, I’m up for just about any challenge, unfortunately, the challenge you’re asking of me is not one that I can “fix”.

      Here’s why…

      Whenever I go into a new marketplace, sell a new product, or join a new business, the first thing I do, is see if there is anyone who is making a LOT of money or getting a ton of results marketing or selling what I’m about to sell.

      I then ask, are they better then me? The answer is ALWAYS no. ;o)

      Then the next obvious questions is, “what are they doing that I’m not, that’s getting those results?”

      I then work to develop the necessary skill sets and/or get the education I need in order to do what they’re doing.

      Finally I then put my own spin on the process so i can improve it and/or personalize it for my own benefit.

      So the answer to what you’re looking for is that YOU need to study what myself and all the other people on the internet are doing that you “Want” and then be willing to learn what we have learned…

      …for me, that has been investing over $235k in courses, live trainings, coaching clubs, 1-on-1 mentorships, consulting, eBooks, and seminars, not to mention spending almost every waking hour over the last 15 years, researching, studying, and applying every aspect of those techniques to identify which works best for me in my businesses…

      Then you’ll have to take that education and be willing to apply it daily, investing time and money, with NO guarantee that it’ll work because as good as all this training might be (which my trainings rock, but I’m biased of course 😉 they all still fail if you don’t “do”, or do it wrong, & refuse to keep testing until you get it right.

      Then (and only then ) will you be able to build what you want…

      If you’re up for that kind of challenge, and You are honestly prepared to do the work and NOT make any excuses…

      then you’re welcome to join me here,

      http://www.mlmbusinessblueprint.com/mlmbbletter/dropout.html

      And I’ll do my best to give every short cut, loophole, and trick I’ve developed over the last 15 years to help your time from start to “results” be as short as possible.

      I’ll be waiting inside.

      Greg Gomez III

  25. Marsha Talley October 12, 2011 at 5:51 pm #

    Thanks Gomez,
    Sometimes it is so tiring. Some moments it is survival mode. It is funny you may go out like YEAH, then you meet one person that you allow to suck the living life out of you! You curl up on a ball, with tail between your legs and run out of there. Defeating all purpose, and your mission or crusade. But let me say this, I am a champion, a student of this industry, and I am a success. With coffee in my cup, it is time to rock and roll – Game on!

  26. KARL October 12, 2011 at 4:20 pm #

    You rock Greg, nice video! 😉

  27. Stan Kolakowski October 12, 2011 at 4:00 pm #

    Great words to live by Greg. I will put them to use

  28. Brian Riddle October 12, 2011 at 3:22 pm #

    Greg,

    Ok. Ok. Ok. I admit I have been playing the game half-heartedly! You are right…the game is ON! I have to turn up the intensity. Thanks so much for this video and email to direct me here.

    So, my biggest fear right now is the fear of using the right words when talking to people and putting together prospecting videos and sales videos. I do suffer from the perfectionist syndrome a lot of times, so I know that contributes a lot to my lack of results. Probably my biggest stumbling area is how to initiate a conversation that doesn’t sound like a sales pitch and to share with prospects these products I have that I know they are looking for and want.

    Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks again for all you do.

    By the way, I am in PHASE 1 right now, interviewing as many happy clients as possible. I am shooting for 10-20 interviews. I am then going to move on to talking to list brokers next. Just figured you would care to know. Thanks!

    – Brian Riddle

    • Greg Gomez III October 17, 2011 at 12:13 pm #

      Hey Brian,

      Just being aware of what you’re doing that you want to change, is the first step to making it “bend to your will” ;o)

      As to Concerns of starting a conversation…

      I always use questions to dictate which is the best way (if at all) to bring up what you have to offer. This is more organic, and it feels better to your prospect… I’ll be posting some examples here in the near future when we release our “prospecting” training system (oops what that out loud?) ;o)

      Greg Gomez III

  29. Cesar Ramirez October 12, 2011 at 1:26 pm #

    Greg, I love the new mantra you instilled! I’m inspired, thank u

  30. dennis alifantis October 12, 2011 at 1:12 pm #

    getting people to meetings,overcoming objections,preventing from falling into the “salesman” mode.

    • Greg Gomez III October 17, 2011 at 12:14 pm #

      Dennis, stay tuned we’ll be covering many of those aspects in an upcoming video series ;o)

      Can’t wait…

      Greg Gomez III

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