Network Marketing Secret # 2: Rich Networkers Work Harder Than Poor Networkers

The Five Secrets of Becoming a Rich Networker is a series of excerpts from Mark Yarnell’s Volume 1 of “The Holy Grail of Network Marketing Collection.” You will find more in-depth information about each secret at www.holygrailofnetworkmarketing.com. To read Secret #1, please click here.

You may only work hard for a couple of hours each day, but during that time, you must focus exclusively on selling and recruiting. Consistently recruiting and selling at least two hours a day will pay big dividends over time.

I don’t want anyone to misinterpret my concept of turning professional two hours a day as an inference that they won’t be engaged in other important activities related to business during other hours. What I am suggesting is that selling and recruiting must become your objective focus for two hours a day because those specific activities are what create Rich Networkers.

Somewhere along the way, some capitalist slacker flung a phrase into the air and it stuck in the collective imagination of everyone: “work smarter, not harder.” That phrase implies that those who work harder are somehow not as smart as those who do not apply themselves. Not true.

Rich Networkers work harder than Poor Networkers – at least two hours a day. Here’s the unadulterated truth: Rich Networkers were once Poor Networkers who grew unwilling to settle for mediocrity and decided to make those sacrifices necessary to rise to their fullest potential.

What’s great about network marketing is that each of us can start anywhere, anytime and never bump into a cap on earnings once we’re willing to pay the price. Poor Networkers are so heavily invested in seeking methods that will enable them to work smarter and achieve effortless wealth that they really don’t have time to sell or recruit.

But guess what? Rich Networkers sell and recruit. Poor Networkers in search of smart shortcuts are like visually impaired people in a pitch-black room searching for a black cat that isn’t there. How smart is that?

Introduce me to a detective, house cleaner or broke immigrant willing to work our systems professionally for just a few hours a day, and you’ll discover individuals who will become Rich Networkers in five years or less.

On the other hand, introduce us to a career person looking for an effortless path to abundant prosperity, and in twenty years, he or she will still be a Poor Networker. Like it or not, that’s just the way it is.

And if anyone tells you different, you are probably seated across from a slacker.
For more secrets of becoming a Rich Networker, click here for Secret #1.

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