Understanding Network Marketing Jargon

Network Marketing Jargon
Network Marketing Jargon

 

Have you ever walked into a doctor’s office and the nurse, front desk personnel or doctor start talking to you in a strange language? I’m not talking about the ancient language of Sanskrit LOL. I’m talking about shorthand language and long medical terms. Conversation that almost assumes you are supposed to know what’s being said.

It can be frustrating and leave you a little lost. I worked at a doctor’s office for quite a few years and realized that I was doing this to our patients. It wasn’t until someone asked me to speak in layman’s terms.

I’ve noticed that we tend to do this at our home meetings, on webinars and phone calls with our team. There’s nothing wrong with the way a seasoned marketer speaks, it’s whether or not the people/person we’re communicating with “Gets It”

In the Video Below, I bring up some common Network Marketing Jargon and attempt to define it as simply as possible.

Hope that explains it a bit more. If you have any terms that you think we need to add to this, comment below with an explanation/definition. Other readers will appreciate it   🙂

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11 thoughts on “Understanding Network Marketing Jargon

  1. Kay Somji

    Brilliant topic and explanation. I’ve always thought this jargon was a bit annoying and alienates people. I definitely don’t use it with new people, keeps things a lot more simple. 🙂

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    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Yea bro, it can make people feel inferior

      Reply
  2. Kenny Santos

    Great introduction! It got my attention but it really drives the point home. It’s more about being understood rather than trying to sound smart. Thank you.

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  3. Kuko Elisabeth

    Wow, this is great value. I did know all that stuff, but still I feel like I learned it all over again. The way you explained it was really simple to understand. Thanks bro.

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  4. Rory Singh

    All that lingo or Jargon can really turn people off. People just want to be spoken to as people in simple terms. Thanks for the reminder Steve!

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  5. Adewale Adebusoye

    Really cool post Steve. We need to turn off the jargon and just put it in plain simple language so our prospects will not run away. Thanks for sharing!

    Reply

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