My Empire Pro Reveals Why You Will Drop Out of Your MLM Program in 6 Weeks
Do you want to know why you will drop out of your MLM program in 6 weeks? Well, you’ve come to the right place, because my mentors and I have seen it before and can break it down for you week-by-week.
“Wait,” you say, “Ramona, you don’t even know me. How do you know I’m going to drop out of my MLM program at all, much less in six weeks?!”
You’re right, I don’t know you. But I don’t need to know you personally to know that the vast majority of people who try MLM (multi-level marketing) quit very early in the game. That’s just a fact. Based on that, I can predict that you will probably fail within the first six weeks.
In fact, one of my mentors, Ola Abitogun, has broken “the disastrous path” down better than anyone else. He knows about it because he once fell into this trap.
According to Abitogun, here’s what is most likely in your immediate future:
Week 1. You will sign up for an MLM program and blow your money on their products.
In your first week, you’re going to sign up with a “business opportunity” that promises to make you rich without really explaining how that works. They’re going to make you shell out money to buy their products, then keep pumping you to buy more of their products. You’re going to go along with it because they’re going to tell you it’s the only way to qualify for their fantastic MLM program.
Week 2. You will make a list of “leads” that actually consists of your friends, family members, and acquaintances.
A well-dressed person from your MLM program is going to tell you that your friends, family members, and random people you happen to know are “good leads.” They won’t bother explaining what a targeted lead is, or why family and friends don’t count as targeted leads. They’re just going to tell you to write down the names of about 100 people you know. You’re going to listen to them because they drive a nice car and call themselves successful.
Week 3. You will invite 10 to 20 people to your house and pressure them to join your MLM program.
You will do what the well-dressed person from your MLM program said and invite people you know over for a “home meeting.” At least half of the people you invite will come up with an excuse as to why they are too busy, while others will just not show up.
Out of the people that do show up, some will be skeptical and ask you questions that you don’t know the answers to, while others will just be bored. One person will join your MLM program, unless you are lucky, and then you will get two people instead.
Week 4. One of the people you recruited will do absolutely nothing. If you recruited a second person, they will quit.
Since the one or two people you recruited into your MLM program were only folks you happen to know and not entrepreneurs, they won’t know how to run a business.
If you have two people in your “downline,” one will quit because they haven’t made money as quickly as they would have with a traditional job, and a traditional job is the only type of work they understand. One will do absolutely nothing because they either don’t understand how the MLM program works or don’t have the motivation to continue.
You will plead with your remaining “representative” to please just do what you did, but they will no longer trust you because you are the reason they blew their money on overpriced products.
Week 5. The one or two “reps” that failed in your MLM program will tell the rest of your family and friends that you’re running a scam.
Since the one or two acquaintances that you recruited wasted money with your MLM program, they will conclude that it’s a scam and try to warn everyone else about you. They will also stop answering your Facebook messages, e-mails, and phone calls.
Week 6. You will feel embarrassed and quit.
Now that your reputation is trashed and your downline is dead, you will have no motivation to keep on going. You will either drop out of MLM or switch to a different MLM program that brands itself as the new “silver bullet,” starting right back up at Week 1.
You will not have actually learned how to run a business. Without new skills, you will be no better off than you were six weeks ago.
And that is exactly why you will drop out of your MLM program in 6 weeks.
So, does that mean MLM is a scam?
Actually, no. MLM is just a marketing strategy, and like all marketing strategies, it has advantages and disadvantages. You need to educate yourself to reap the advantages and diminish the disadvantages.
The problem is that most B.S. “gurus” in this line of work don’t bother giving you the training, education, and resources you need to understand not only MLM, but more importantly, how to run a business in the first place. They know why you will drop out of your MLM program in 6 weeks, more or less, and they don’t care. They just want to make a quick buck off you and your loved ones.
Is there any way to succeed in an MLM program?
Yes, but the key is learning how to run a business in the first place. If you want to get into an MLM program with long-term potential, you need to find one that puts educating people about how to run a business first and specific MLM strategies second.
Personally, I recommend the program used by Ola Abitogun and his brother because it has worked for me. The program is called MyEmpirePro. It provides members with Internet marketing training materials that break down everything they need to know to run a business.
And remember, no matter which program you choose, educating yourself is the key to real success.
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