Multi-Level Marketing, also known as MLM, is a scam. Before I get started, I know this post is likely to ruffle a few feathers.Hopefully if you are involved in MLM though, you can please let your guard down so I can give you some perspective outside of the “bubble”.You don’t try to sell them what they didn’t want to buy. All that we ask in return is that you attribute all content to Eric Worre – Network Marketing Pro, Inc and post a link back to our website at Thank you!As founder of the world's largest business referral and networking organization, you might not be surprised to learn that I have some definite opinions and ideas about how to best use speed networking as a tool for creating viable referral partnerships.First, I think speed networking is a great way to meet other business professionals in a short period of time.
You can prospect in Vegas, for sure but don't even THINK about prospecting one of the attendees at this event.
Using the internet for worldwide dating is a great solution.
You'll meet singles with different cultural backgrounds, giving you a chance to experience life and romance in a whole new way.
If you prospect someone (even if they beg you to do it) and we find out about it, you'll be asked to leave and no refund will be given.
Until somebody distributes something in your Network Marketing business, they are a customer. Instead of hating your prospects because they don’t want to become distributors, let them be them. And you have to remember that you’ve got to be in business to stay in business.