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Re: All This Talk About "You Inc."

Post by joshthomas80 on Wed Feb 25, 2009 9:26 pm

I think "You, Inc." holds just as much relevance when you HAVEN'T
yet tasted success as when you have. We can probably agree that
the vast majority of folks in or thinking about this business are new
and at the bottom. I enjoy reading about people who have massive
success to be sure. But I equally enjoy finding quality NEW people
who are sharing their journey and all the while still providing substantial
value.

I would think someone new to this industry could stand to benefit from
hearing a story about someone in THEIR shoes. As long as it's still
good content.

You, Inc. most certainly covers a wide spectrum of experiences.

Re: All This Talk About "You Inc."

Post by baldbrian on Wed Feb 25, 2009 2:08 am

kewl, thx for pointing me in the right direction! :mrgreen:

Re: All This Talk About "You Inc."

Post by dtcb on Tue Feb 24, 2009 1:28 pm

The concept of creating your "you, inc," or actually "Me, Inc," was written about by Mike Dillard in his classic Attraction Marketing book..Magnetic Sponsoring.

Re: All This Talk About "You Inc."

Post by cashattraction on Tue Feb 24, 2009 11:44 am

Brian: Well it's been mentioned in a lot of places by alot of people. But as far as here in the BN community - most people will point to Mike Dillard and his book Magnetic Sponsoring.

People join people...not companies.

Re: All This Talk About "You Inc."

Post by baldbrian on Tue Feb 24, 2009 10:28 am

I've gotta be honest, I never heard so much talk about "You Inc." until I started hanging out over here in these BN forums... just curious where this concept came from... is it from a specific book? or what?

Re: All This Talk About "You Inc."

Post by annalaurab on Tue Feb 24, 2009 9:25 am

You Inc as I see it is about selling yourself and your unique talents and abilities to potential business partners. It is about letting them see you and not just what the company has to offer. It is about building relationships.

Re: All This Talk About "You Inc."

Post by jamesgrandstaff on Mon Feb 23, 2009 10:37 pm

Mike Morgan... I like your style. Thanks for the comment. We still need to chat on the phone my friend. Let's shoot for later this week or early next ;)

Re: All This Talk About "You Inc."

Post by dtcb on Mon Feb 23, 2009 10:19 pm

Branding yourself..that is creating your "Me, Inc." is not necessarily about presenting yourself as an screaming MLM success story or an uber guru. It is presenting yourself as you, with your unique strengths and personality traits. It is offering value based on your own experiences but also on things you research and areas that you've learned about and can teach others. You must be sincere in what you put out there...people are attracted to sincerity. Even if you have not yet become a network marketing superstar...you can still develop a Me, INc that will attract people who are interested in having a relationship with someone like you.

As for telling people the details of how you are doing in terms of finances and numbers..this is a topic that is more about them then about you. In MLM, a new person may do better than you've ever done...or you could be doing great and they may never make it...how well you are doing is really no reflection at all on how well they will do. They need to decide on the merits of how you relate to each other and how they feel you can help them as their upline..and of course all the assorted pillars of a good company and opportunity

Re: All This Talk About "You Inc."

Post by cashattraction on Mon Feb 23, 2009 10:16 pm

You, Inc is YOUR business - and no one else's. Successful or struggling. Popular or unknown.

Alot of people have this 'You,Inc' stuff drilled in their brain...(everyday here....lol), but they lack the knowledge of telling their story. That's how people relate and feel comfortable with WHATEVER you have to offer. Even with those who open up and share their story, creativity still must be in effect. Boring people suck....sorry if anybody boring is reading this. People want to be entertained, or at least get a laugh or two.

I have been working hard on Me, Inc - and I think it's time to teach the millions of folks who don't know what they heck their doing.

They hear about these new school methods and I'm sure some think to themselves,"How on earth is someone going to teach ME how to be ME?"

With everyone teaching "Attraction Marketing"...it's up to ME (and You) to break it down further - and most people don't wanna "self-improve" to improve YOU,INC.

Leaders know how to teach, lead, and also follow.

That's what makes a strong YOU - and a strong Inc.

Re: All This Talk About "You Inc."

Post by cacoff on Mon Feb 23, 2009 9:36 pm

My program has an amazing training site. It teaches everything from the basics for the newbie to the advanced marketer. The training is unlimited, daily, including weekends. It trains online and offline techniqes. I start my downline off by having them tap into the business training for 4 weeks as I mentor them. I then expose them to different things I come across and experiement with. Sometimes my downline teaches me a thing or two. That's great! :D

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