3 Reasons Why Using Your Products Increase Your Bottom Line

Michael Hyatt says it best

We’re not being selfless when we avoid promoting our product. We’re just undercutting our own mission and creating an opportunity for someone else to take our place.

 As I connect with other network marketer’s I’ve found it more common that people are shy about using and sharing the products they endorse.

1. Belief In Yourself  Do you believe in yourself?   Do you know that you have the abilities to promote your company?

Most people will fail in network marketing because of doubt.  We must believe in our own abilities to sell whatever products people are looking for.

2. Developing Leadership Using and promoting your companies products helps you develope leadership skills.

Promoting and selling helps us to develop leadership skills.  As we communicate with other’s we are honing those skills needed to become a leader.  Look at the top ten sellers in your company.   How did they get where they Are?  They started at the bottom, learning, sharing and now finally the leaders they were destined to be.

3. Promoting Equals Money aren’t you into having a better life?  Why are you a network marketer? What made you believe in this opportunity? 

If we’re excited about something we share it with others.  A new resturant, new food,  new places and products.   Think about this most start up companies happened because one or two people got excited enough to tell one or two more and so on.

Did that make them crazy? No it means they were inspired, intrigued and wanted to share.

Sharing your products with others is the only way to build confidence. If we don’t share then who will?

Don’t miss out on an opportunity because your nervous or scared.  Learn to overcome those feelings and go for it.

Are you struggling with something?  Leave me a note I will help if I can.
Gain The Advantage, 

Alicia Osmera 


6 Comments on “3 Reasons Why Using Your Products Increase Your Bottom Line

  1. Great post! We have to believe in what we offer and be confident to share it with others. 🙂

  2. Hi Alicia,

    I suppose it’s the general reserve about “selling to friends” that holds people back from promoting their product.

    That’s a shame because, as long as it’s a product you believe in, you should be proud to introduce it to your friends.

    Joy – Blogging After Dark

  3. Nice post.yes we really need to avoid being shy about promoting our products,its what we need to be doing to create results.

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