Network Marketers – Are We Too Selective

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I was at an event this past weekend, where the top industry leaders were training. As I was sitting there next to my buddy Ron, he said something profound. You’ll have to see the video for what he said.

It made me take a look at myself and what I was doing on my journey throughout this amazing industry. Was I taking the easy road and only talking to the people I thought would tell me yes, maybe or just not get offended?

I didn’t feel good about the answer I had for myself. What was I taking away from the people that I hadn’t talked to? What kind of a person does that make me?

You’ll dig this.

You can change someone’s life in one conversation. It’s time to let everyone make an informed decision. We can show the world what sort of industry we really are. A caring, giving bunch of people that want nothing more than the best for people.

Hope you picked up some value from this… Feel free to leave me a comment, would love to hear from you.

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7 thoughts on “Network Marketers – Are We Too Selective

  1. Slobodan Djurdjevic

    This is so true, Steve. Two years ago I was at event like that and one of the speakers was Ray Higdon. He was the one that impacted me the most of all speakers (and I told him that a couple of months ago). Beauty of this industry is that You never know who You are going to impact and who is going to be next success story. Good post…

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      That’s an awesome statement to make Slobodan…thank you!

  2. Dawn

    It’s funny because I am not in MLM, but I do occassionaly watch Ray Higdon on YT…lots of inspiration there.

    Yeah, we sometimes ignore other people or try to avoid them…and usually it is because of our own fears of rejection or our first impression is that a person will not “fit in”. You really cannot play the judge and jury at the same time.

    If you have contacts that you have put off, get busy calling or mailing them…and face your fear by letting them know why it took you so long to do so. Most will appreciate your honesty.

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Cool Dawn, thanks for coming by.

  3. Sandy Tan

    Thanks for sharing, Steve. It’s refreshing to see things from this perspective, ie. creating or stealing dreams. I always believe, when you are being genuine in your sharing with others utmost benefits in mind, you can make a difference in their lives. It can be something you say, something you do. The ‘right’ lesson will be learned at the right time. Thank you for being a guiding light.

    Together, we make a Difference!
    To your Abundance,
    Sandy 🙂

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Right on Sandy, appreciate you!

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