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Why Do You Need a Mentor in Network Marketing?
Why mentoring? Why don’t you just learn how to play golf by reading a magazine? Why don’t you go to a library to learn how to play golf? Why on earth would anybody pay Butch Harmon or Hank Haney ,000.00 an hour, and often much more than that and spend multiple hours, day after day with them to learn one simple concept to improve their swing? Because their instruction has the corresponding value! In fact, their instruction translates into millions of dollars for some of their students, and the only real opportunity for lower scores for their amateur students. These professionals have the crucially important information that you can’t get from reading a magazine or going to the library, or by trying to do it on your own.
The exact same thing is true in the business world. Most who think its better to go to the library or do a Google search for millionaire insight will first of all, never go to the library, and second of all, they’ll be hugely disappointed in what they find from the results of that reading. Virtually all published materials about success are from professional authors and speakers. They made and make their money by writing and speaking - selling their books, audios, and DVDS. Most are very good at their craft. But while they and their materials are pretty entertaining – they are also quite similar, predictable, and provide only short-term motivation. Rarely is the subject of the integration of the power of God in business discussed at all. Here’s a fact: miss the genuine power of God in your life and your business, and you’ve missed everything – and whether a person chooses to believe that last statement or not will determine how they live the rest of their life. It’s unquestionably make or break.
What is much more powerful than “going to the library” (come on – what a ludicrous assumption) is to find real people who are actually in other fields, other industries, other endeavors that have made millions by offering value through their service and/or tangible products. These people have become successful, not by going to a library – oh no. They became successful by struggling their buns off for years, and gaining experience that has not been recorded or published, other than on rare occasions. That experience is something you should know. And each person should pay a corresponding dollar amount for that value. Very real million dollar secrets not from authors and speakers, but from the mouths of the persons who lived their unique and amazing stories is priceless information that will change your life.
Many have gone bankrupt in the process of building their business, some multiple times. Their businesses were built by making mistake after mistake and yet, they tenaciously prevailed. Knowing their mistakes, knowing the pain, knowing the struggle, understanding what “tenaciously prevailed” really means along with THE CORRESPONDING LESSONS that resulted from those real-life experiences is a value beyond any measly 10K. Asking them questions, getting to know them, getting their business card, asking them about your particular situation, etc., is worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to those who learn and dedicate themselves to patiently moving forward in their own enterprises.
Personal contact with millionaires alone (knowing them personally) is huge. Make no mistake – why do you think people join country clubs that cost 0,000.00 just for the initial down payment and then pay monthly dues beginning at ,000.00 a month? I’ve got news for you. It’s not all about the golf or the tennis. They do it because contact with people who hang out in that atmosphere is worth millions of dollars - period. There is a huge return on this carefully made investment that allows you to be connected with people who know how to make things happen. The fact is, they know things, concepts, strategies and people you don’t know. These “common” millionaires deal in revenues and transactions that involve millions of dollars every week, every month, year in and year out.
Contrast that to an “employee minded” individual who would never spend money like that, nor do they understand any concepts that pertain to millions of dollars. It is not in their league. They are not resourceful enough to get the money in the first place, nor do they believe it would be worth it if they could. They don’t understand – and they’ll always stay static in their current financial quandary because of their lack of understanding. They think they understand. They think they know all there is to know anyway. And they are almost always more than willing to demonize those who choose to risk their money, time, and commitment to build a business of their own. They’ll put down any person or company that says these millionaire concepts have value. Pretty amazing to me – it is a “broke, small-ball” arrogance that shields them from transformational information and contacts.
Amateurs don’t get it. They don’t value the instruction from, and personal interaction with accomplished, successful people who are willing to give very real information filled with corresponding value that, when acted upon, can translate into bigger dollars. To talk to an avowed employee who has never had anything but a job about paying any money for entrepreneurial coaching is a waste of time. They simply don’t get it, and unfortunately for them, their station in life will never change.
That stubbornness to not recognize the value of coaching and connections is common. That’s why families experience generational mediocrity. Those same people will complain daily about their bad luck in life and their inability to make ends meet. They will always buy the cheapest items forever, never adding value to their life. That is what their parents did and their parents did before them. That’s all they know about buying – buy cheap. And all they know about making money is “get a job”. They insist on another man or corporation paying them, having to bow to their bosses’ most insignificant wishes and commands in exchange for “just get by” wages, long hours, and their sacred health benefits. What an amazingly bad choice – when freedom can be attained through business ownership - the proper opportunity, and consistent long-term work.
Mentoring is the lever that delivers the insight to dislodge the burden of mounting debt, small thinking, small income, insignificant pay raises, inflation, rare vacation time, little to no savings, the pain of the expenses of unexpected emergencies, and stagnant, unfulfilling careers, etc. Those who scoff at the concept of personal independence and much greater income potential will not win. They will either wake up to the reality of the importance of mentoring, change, business acumen, entrepreneurship, and the power of genuine faith in God, or they are doomed to repeat the same results they experienced last year and the years before that.
I choose free enterprise. I choose freedom. I choose hard work. I, and many others who “get it” choose being paid based on our own productivity, not the security of a regular, although ridiculously low, weekly “guaranteed” paycheck. Freedom can be attained and should be attained. God gave us the wherewithal and privilege to have it. To reject freedom is the greatest tragedy I’ve ever witnessed - a true, disastrous shame. But for those who will risk it - to bust our buns for years and finally attain that single thing – freedom - is the greatest lifetime reward a person can ever experience.
I choose freedom.
About the Author: Jack Weinzierl, Advantage Conferences Christian Entrepreneur and Mentor, resides with his family in Flower Mound, TX. He is a champion of the network marketing industry and has earned approximately 0,000 in his Advantage Conferences home business over the past 24 months. It is Jack's purpose and passion to put Christ first in his business and to help others succeed before they have to step on the same landmines that he came across in his journey.
You can learn more at http://www.Advantage-Conferences-Training.com