Do You Need a Time Out from Your MLM Prospecting?

Do You Need a Time Out from Your MLM Prospecting?

network marketing business mlm prospecting time outIf you are not getting the results you want in your home business, it might be time to take a break from your MLM prospecting.  Seriously.

We know what it’s like when we give kids a “time out” for their actions or behavior, that by giving them a break from the chaos, they can take some time alone to think, and to readjust.  In a similar fashion, it’s appropriate at times for you (and me, too) to take a break from MLM prospecting, or network marketing prospecting as well.

I don’t mean quit your business.  What I mean is, if it’s been awhile since you’ve been able to recruit anyone into your network marketing business, it is a good idea, to take a step back and evaluate what you are doing and what you are not doing.  Take 15 minutes, take an hour, take a solid weekend or week to really look at what is going on in your business.

I’ve met so many people who’ve gone months and even years in their business, without recruiting, yet they still believe in their company and in the model. I applaud them for sticking with it, but if this is you, and it was a traditional brick and mortar business that you were running, you would be out of business.

Think about your goals in your network marketing business.  Where do you want to be in 30 days, 6 months, 12 months, 5 years?  Now take a look at your actions.  How much MLM prospecting, or network marketing prospecting are you really doing? How many people are you talking to on a daily or weekly basis? What are you doing on a weekly and daily basis to achieve your goals?

Follow the actions of the leaders in your company who have the results you desire. Do what they do.  The most successful people have heard the words “no” or “It’s not for me” more in a week than the average network marketer hears in 6 months.

Make sure your actions line up with your values and your goals. If something is out of alignment, you will not experience that success. Stay true to who you are.

Take a “time out”.  Step back. Unplug. Unwind. Think about what it is you are looking to achieve in your business. What things do you need to stop doing? What do you need to do more of?

Also make sure you take time to sit down and relax and enjoy life. Don’t get so caught up in trying to figure out how to get more people in your business that you miss out on being with those who mean the most to you.  Spend time with your family, kids, loved ones, and do things that bring you enjoyment.

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Have a fantastic day!!

Sarah Bailey

203-551-1840
sarah@sarahdbailey.com

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