Your #1 Frustration?

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Re: Your #1 Frustration?

Post by Adil_Shamim on Mon May 07, 2012 11:37 am

LetsGetBackToBiz wrote:My #1 frustration WAS the lack of good training materials available.


What kind of training you are looking for ???


Re: Your #1 Frustration?

Post by Adil_Shamim on Mon May 07, 2012 11:10 am

I recently did a survey of my list regarding a similar topic and to sum it up , majority said that # 1 frustration is not being able to generate and convert quality leads in the industry at minimal cost and in the shortest time periods possible!

Well , in my view , the solution is right here under our eyes me , if you use FORUM MARKETING to the core , and understand how you can utilize it to increase your income , reduce your costs , build a quality following , and brand yourself in the industry , then you would certainly have the edge over others !.


Re: Your #1 Frustration?

Post by krash101 on Sat May 05, 2012 11:25 pm

I am new here but my biggest frustration is being brought into mlm and then dropped. What I mean by dropped is the fact that you are not getting the help you need. Being lied too. Expected to lie to others so that you will succeed. Also when your upline decides not to talk to you because you are not successful in recruiting.

Thats what makes me negative regarding mlm. However, things are changing now. My group is helping me more than every!

Sad part is, I burned alot of bridges with friends and family. that was the biggest mistake of my life. Never make that mistake again.

Re: Your #1 Frustration?

Post by W.I.N.G.S. on Sun Jan 11, 2009 3:00 pm

My number one frustration is the negativity and ignorance about the industry as a whole.

Re: Your #1 Frustration?

Post by benfitts on Sun Jan 11, 2009 2:52 pm


As someone who does this full time and has a downline of about 5000.

Motivation. Is there anything we can do to help motivate our teams?

We have GREAT people joining our team all the time that just don't actually do anything. As far as I can tell even from talking with the #1 person in our company is that happens all the time and there isn't a lot we can do about it. People who have potential but for whatever reason the time isn't right for them.

Then the people who work and stop and start and stop and start... They work hard for several months and begin to have some success then get sidetracked with life or another business or whatever... then take a few months off, then come back and do it again.

Is there any way to keep these people motivated? More encouragement from me perhaps? More contests? More recognition? More training?

Or is there really anything that I can do? Are they just dealing with their own personal issues?

Re: Your #1 Frustration?

Post by Tomcat21 on Sun Jan 11, 2009 1:33 pm

Here's mine 2 in 1 :) :Finding the leaders/right people, which is matter of numbers, which leads us to know how to constantly grow our list

Re: Your #1 Frustration?

Post by kimor on Sun Jan 11, 2009 1:00 pm

Wow! Great replies guys - thank you. Keep them coming.

It seems there are three trends developing:

1. Can't recruit anyone
2. (And if you do) people don't have the right mindset to build the business, and
3. Non MLMers thinking network marketing is a pyramid scheme (perhaps I ought to position my book to them instead!! :D )

Any more thoughts? All welcome.

Very many thanks,
Success to you all,

Re: Your #1 Frustration?

Post by tammyjuncker on Sun Jan 11, 2009 11:25 am

My #1 Frustration is that everyone tells me to follow the procedure. I follow every step to get people in the organzation and can't get one person in my organzation. I feel this is a great product.


Re: Your #1 Frustration?

Post by TomS on Sun Jan 11, 2009 11:18 am

I agree with ScottLin: "Not able to recruit anyone!!" and not knowing where or how to recruit properly. I chat with people; but I never seem to say the right thing.

Re: Your #1 Frustration?

Post by jinny on Sun Jan 11, 2009 11:05 am

Thanks for the information you gave. I agree about learning all the technical stuff yourself. I have been very tempted to outsource some of this stuff, but I have hung in there and taken the time to learn for myself. The funny thing is, it isn't anywhere near as hard as I thought it would be. There is so much information out there. I just do a search in Google to help me figure something out if I am having a problem.
Also I appreciated your comment to me about tracking etc. As I said, I am getting on the front page of Google but this is through my EzineArticles. After they have clicked to read the article then they have to look in my resource box at the bottom of the article and then click there to get to my actual primary website. It's a long, round about way to get someone to my site, but the articles are getting me a lot of visibility on Google. EzineArticles keep stats so I know how many times people have read each of my articles and also how many times they have clicked on my website. It appears to be about 10% -- for every 300 views of the article I get 30 people clicking on my website. I am not sure if this is average.
So my frustration is still a lack of leads.