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MLM Secrets

I watched your video. I think you have a great message and you are obviously skilled but I think you need to break it up into small ones, with one or two topics at a time. People want to watch quick videos now. Unless you are like Mike Dillard and can hold the attention of the viewer, it's a good idea to give people small bites at a time instead of giving them a mouth full that they have to swallow all at once.

I've been making videos for awhile and still have a lot to learn about it...especially improving the quality of the picture. When I realized that people didn't like a video I made, because it was wordy and long-winded, I cut it up into smaller ones. A short video makes it easier for people to digest the information and to figure out how to apply what they heard; often, they will remember your words when they see your message being applied in real life.

Your content is superb. I appreciate your point about the goal is not to make lots of money, money is just a tool that helps us obtain the lifestyle that we want. I've learned that correct actions and a healthy mindset are what provides us success...not the amount of wealth we've sought after. Money is a by-product of taking the appropriate actions on a consistent basis.

I also appreciate your point that motivation comes from what we can do with money and not from making the money; money means nothing if we cannot use it to enjoy the life we've been given by our creator. What we want is to take care of our families and spend time with them, just like you pointed out, and that is a huge motivator! It's this desire that forces us out of our comfort zones to do what others won't do.

I thank you for the message you presented about why we do MLM.

Judith Sherman — Sat, 09/19/2009 - 6:03am

Message

Hey Judith -

Thanks for the comment. The full video has sections/chapters for easier navigation.

Jerry

Jerry Chen — Sat, 09/19/2009 - 2:51pm

The Video

That makes sense. Good idea.

Judith Sherman — Sun, 09/20/2009 - 2:13am

Questions from an up and comer...

That sounds like great advice. My new "Flip MinoHD Camcorder" is on the way thanks to the leadership of "Mike, Rocket & Frank" over at TrafficGeyser.com. I just wanted to ask, as an up and coming Video Marketer, what would you recommend as a tutorial or instructional course? I intend on "diving into this head first" yet I still have some apprehension. I sure would hate to break my neck on a submerged rock or old tree stump. Are there any good, economical(free) courses on this form of marketing?

Thanks
Mitchell Dillman

Mitchell Dillman — Sun, 09/20/2009 - 1:21pm

Mitchell

Hey Mitchell -

If you're subscribed to Traffic Geyser (the actual service) or on Koenigs' list, you should have access to some great training material on video marketing. I don't know of any "free" courses... but Mike does have a course called "Internet Video Starter Kit." > http://www.infomercialtoolkit.com/starterkit (not an affiliate link) It's $97. I own the course and think highly of it for beginners.

Jerry Chen — Sun, 09/20/2009 - 8:44pm

Thanks, Jerry. This is

Thanks, Jerry. This is great. ~Judy

Judy Blackwell — Tue, 09/22/2009 - 12:07pm

Here we GO!

Hey Jerry, Here we GO! Just go my new MinoFlipHD camcorder. Thanks for your encouragement. I will be subscribing to TrafficGeyser as you and many others have suggested. I'll keep you updated as I get going with this new and exciting form of marketing.

Mitchell Dillman — Tue, 09/22/2009 - 4:02pm

Jerry, thanks for the video

Good info on setting up specific goals and reason. I'll set a "dream board" on the wall in front behind my monitor. Thanks for the video.
Regards,
George

George Brandt — Sun, 10/25/2009 - 11:02am

The mind is a beautiful thing

Hi, Jerry.
I have a WHY list in my head for wanting to run a successful network marketing business--just never wrote it down.
If creating my WHY list in hard copy form will help me reach my success more so, consider it done. :O)

thanks again for the great video.

Mark Herdt — Sun, 11/22/2009 - 6:54pm

Why

Jerry - good video and information - just one comment - I think that too many people can spend too much time on their why - they feel that they have to list every little detail of everything they want in life. My opinion is that you can do the why in an hour or two -you want money to buy this, this and that. I feel action is more important than the why - spend more time on action steps.

Dr. David Enders — Sun, 11/29/2009 - 10:02am

Dream Enormous

Hey Jerry I hope you don't mind, I see your Dream Enormous signature at the bottom of all your e-mails so I that it would be a great title. I totally agree with you when it comes to dreaming BIG, if we're going dream anyway why not dream big.

Dreams become ideas, and ideas are what makes people successful. Understanding the differences between perception and reality can also go a long way to making your dreams come to fruition.

kevin thomas — Sun, 11/29/2009 - 10:34am

Taking Action, NOW!

He guys...I'm always keeping an eye on things around here. Just liked the recent comments and wanted to concur...

The videos are finally going to start rolling out...How about 50 new videos on-line between now and January 1st!

Now that will be taking some action, eh?

Jump over and let me know what you think.

http://www.youtube.com/user/MrMldillman#p/u

Keep up the great work!

Mitchell Dillman
Eco Warrior

Mitchell Dillman — Sun, 11/29/2009 - 3:24pm

may I respectfully disagree?

When I had the picture of the luxery car and boat as my "dream", I never thought it was a reachable goal. I think because I was not able to realisticly "see" myself in that boat, I had set myself up for failure. People are motivated by pain avoidance and pleasure seeking. What you describe is the tive feedback side of motivation. You have done a fantatastic job there. Please do not forget that the negative influencers are very powerful too. I keep telling myself,that I must not fail, my retirement future looks dismal unless I DO something different than what I always have done.
One should PLAN on failures and setbacks, because they WILL come! If a plan is in place before the setback occurs, you can rely on your plan to take you through the rough spots. As an example, when I started building my website....I had a tough time knowing my RSS from a SEO in the ground. I just could not figure that stuff out. I knew that since I had never built a website before, I would run into problems. My plan was to do some google searches on the tough topics and then move on to something else, like PPC or copywritting homework. I would allow my mind to clear, do a little more homework and try again. I think I worked on one of Mike Dillards 18 minute modules for over 10 hours. It was clear as mud for me. I would set that aside and then work on something else, and ask questions online....youtube is great!
The bottom line is your video is great and I wish I had your talents to know how to use the visual portions of our business.....another lesson and another day for me.
Best wishes,
Boyd

Boyd Mooso — Sat, 12/12/2009 - 10:56pm

may I respectfully disagree?

When I had the picture of the luxery car and boat as my "dream", I never thought it was a reachable goal. I think because I was not able to realisticly "see" myself in that boat, I had set myself up for failure. People are motivated by pain avoidance and pleasure seeking. What you describe is the tive feedback side of motivation. You have done a fantatastic job there. Please do not forget that the negative influencers are very powerful too. I keep telling myself,that I must not fail, my retirement future looks dismal unless I DO something different than what I always have done.
One should PLAN on failures and setbacks, because they WILL come! If a plan is in place before the setback occurs, you can rely on your plan to take you through the rough spots. As an example, when I started building my website....I had a tough time knowing my RSS from a SEO in the ground. I just could not figure that stuff out. I knew that since I had never built a website before, I would run into problems. My plan was to do some google searches on the tough topics and then move on to something else, like PPC or copywritting homework. I would allow my mind to clear, do a little more homework and try again. I think I worked on one of Mike Dillards 18 minute modules for over 10 hours. It was clear as mud for me. I would set that aside and then work on something else, and ask questions online....youtube is great!
The bottom line is your video is great and I wish I had your talents to know how to use the visual portions of our business.....another lesson and another day for me.
Best wishes,
Boyd

Boyd Mooso — Sat, 12/12/2009 - 10:58pm


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