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MLM "The Pain" by Mind Map: MLM "The Pain"
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MLM "The Pain"

The Pain! The pain stinks!  

Annoyance

followup

hope you go away, lying, hidden objections, no response, beginners don't know when to stop, lose credibility, answering machines

time consuming

excited prospect, loses interest, family puts them off, wasted effort, talks to family and friends

timing

can't get agreement to presentation, can't get agreement between upline prospect and self, back and forth scheduling conflicts

Humiliation

talking to friends and family

spam reputation

rejection

teasing because of lack of results

no credibility

suspicion of being sold

talking to strangers

lack of education on industry, rejection, suspicion

unprofessional looking

Stress

effort related

spend time/effort training distributors, they give up too early

time related

spend time thinking about business, unable to move ahead

time going to presentations

finding prospects difficult

upline doesn't know how, training skimpy, no skills taught, build belief, write affirmations, talk to more people

money related

no cashflow, buying leads, costly, lack of training, difficult to duplicate, non-exclusive, rejection, sales tools, give sales tools but prospects never get around to looking, keep following up till either you or they give up, ends in rejection or frustration, autoship, forced to keep buying product to stay eligible for commission but make no sales, product samples, prospects don't try products for fear of being sold, buying advertising, no teaching to do advertising correctly, results not worthwhile because don't know how to close, post-sales tools, presentations cost, pay at coffee in presentations, pay to get into presentations, mobile phone calls, follow-up calls

Confusion

too much information

procrastination by analyzation

no clear direction

no marketing plan

too many marketing plans

no system/system sucks