What Is Your Why?


Before you get started in network marketing, you’ve got to have a why for joining an organization. Maybe your why is to build a business that you can pass on to your family. So you don’t want your children slaving away at a job for the next twenty years. Perhaps, you want to start some type of charity or foundation that benefits the global community as a whole.

Network marketing comes with challenges like any traditional business does. A common challenge is hearing a family member ask you, is that one of those pyramid things? Or why don’t you get a real job? When one hears such statements, the tendency to question oneself about joining a network marketing company arises. On top of that, it seems like no one wants to buy your products and services. Heck, you can barely give it away.

It is in times like this that you must remember your why. Your why is the reminder for why you joined the home business industry. You have to keep your goals in mind to assist you in making them a reality. It is quite discouraging to go without sales for months, even years, and still maintain your why. This is the point where many distributors give up. We must continue forward. Your why must be bigger than your excuses. When you sign up to become an independent business owner, you are participating in something bigger than yourself. It is an honor to be exposed to some information that could radically change your life and the lives of those you love.

In conclusion, maintain your why by listening to training calls, reading personal development books and read books about the industry for motivation. Try different ways to get people to honestly see what your company has to offer. Rome wasn’t built in one day and neither will your business. Hold on to your why and move forward, for there is no success in moving backward.

Much Success,

Calvin Moss

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One thought on “What Is Your Why?

  1. Great post Calvin… thanks for sharing… why is so important… along with Vision!!!

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