Network Marketing Is All About Your Partnership With Others
Your partnership with others is what network marketing is all about and this relates to rapport building, between two or more individuals. You must learn how to bridge the communication gap between you and your peers, customers and your organization. Because without this open flow of meaningful and honest dialogue, you will ultimately fail in your quest to be a leader in our industry.
A failure in developing and maintaining a successful partnership with others, may well be seen as the number one reason why a network marketing business may disintegrate over time.
Now you may well think that a lack of action is top of the list and you will not be wrong, however, you can imagine grafting away and finding 20 to 30 regular customers and sponsoring several superb leaders and then basically consigning them to the rubbish bin, because you were too lazy to follow up, follow through or stay in touch with them on a consistent basis.
Ensure You Stay In Touch
An outstanding partnership with others requires the leader to stay in touch every week or month, depending on whether that person is a client or team member. But the key here is to come from a place of service and keep the communication lines open at all costs.
So do everything that you can to enhance and continue your partnership with others. This is such a crucial element when working with the leaders within your organization. Now realistically, due to the sheer amount of people flowing through your organization, you may well delegate or employ someone to service your clientele and that is fine, just so long as they receive great service. This then allows you or frees up more time to work with those leaders who deserve your time (not need your time).
Set Aside Time To Talk To Key Leaders
As your organization grows, it is important to use every means or medium of communication at your disposal to enable you to keep in touch with your people. This is a judgement call, whether that will be face to face, on the telephone, conference call, video, one to one or by group. Personally I would always suggest setting aside time to talk to key leaders both one to one and in a group leadership setting.
The last thing I would say about your partnership with others is to remain honest, trustworthy and teach integrity within your team. Keep any disagreements in house and between the parties concerned, solve them and move on. If you say you are going to do something, then just do it, never disappoint people.
The Ability To Settle Disagreements Is Vital
Never leave simmering fires or smouldering rubbish smoke. Nip things in the bud and move on, because there is no place for divisions or ongoing problems. Remember you can disagree without being disagreeable. Yes from time time to time you will have to deal with things like a clash of personalities, for an example, but be the voice of reason and settle rumblings quickly and efficiently.
In your drive to forge a brilliant partnership with others, make awareness your brother in arms, keep your ear to the ground, pick up vibes and stay alive to everything that is happening within your organization and your environment will thrive and grow.
To Your Success
Your partnership with others.