MLM Tips: How To handle MLM DeceptionWhen you hear about deception, I am sure you might be thinking of it in the conventional sense, but it also applies in the Network Marketing industry.

Whats deception?  An example of deception is when you invite your friend or prospect to a business opportunity meeting and they deliberately decide not to show up, despite giving you repeated assurances that they would show up.  Top earner, Mike Sims, calls this the “me-shows”.

This can be unnerving especially if you’re new, so in todays post, I am going to share some MLM Tips to help you deal with the deception obstacle.

More MLM Tips On Deception

  1. It has happened to almost every top earner in Network Marketing.  The important thing is how you choose to react. Like the late Jim Rohn (RIP) said, its not the blowing of the wind (which happens to us all, its the set of the sail. The most important thing is how you choose to react to this.
  2. Network Marketing is a numbers game. Never forget this. You will need to push past those prospects who will deceive you, till you get more people who are seriously looking for an opportunity.

Check out this video where I share two  MLM Tips on how to handle MLM deception

Did you get value from these MLM tips I shared? You need to understand that you will encounter these sorts of prospects on your journey to MLM success, and you have to hold your power, and push past these sort of people till you find the business partners you are looking for.

If you got value from these MLM tips, feel free to share with your team mates, like on social media, and implement these MLM tips into your business!

To your abundance!

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