Ok so when I started this blog I swore to keep it devoid of "junk" so that I didn't use it to "launder" mlm affiliate products and only my business opportunity. (Ok, so there was that one time I did promote our TV launch. Hey it was tasteful lol)
The reason being is I knew I didn't want to narrow the audience I was sharing information with, not to mention I believe network marketing entails a lifestyle of philosophies that stretch beyond just meetings and conference calls.
But going on almost 2 years I believe I've kept my word.
Our words are ultimately our currency.
So here's the deal.
I'm going to tell you right up front that I'm going to send you to a page that is yes, a lead vendor. But it's for the message not the leads.
Because you're about to realize why it's SooOooOOoo key you watch this video in about 2 seconds.
Go here and see what I'm rambling about.
Man did he hit it on the head or what?!
The short video by mlm legend Tom "Big Al" Shreiter nails it I believe.
I've been hearing & researching a lot about the 2.0 marketing craze and I do believe it's the next (already here) wave of "connecting" with prospects. However...
..."We" are the bridge or the conduit from where the prospect is and where they want to go. "We" represent our companies and ultimately people buy people, not so much the product. (That's why I hit personal development so much in this blog)
(If the gate to your home is ugly broke down and ultimately not very inviting, don't you think people would be extremely hesitant about walking through it?)
Gives new meaning to what Jim Rohn's quote when he said, "to attract people of quality, we must 1st become a person of quality."
We can use all the "techie" tools we want to gain access to network marketing prospect leads but if we're not the person they are attracted to work with...it's a huge waste of time!
Thanks Enrique of mlmleads.com and Big Al for the gut check.
P.S. I have used mlmleads.com in the past and do highly recommend them for anyone looking for a solid & inexpensive source of leads to call on however that's not why I sent you to the site.
Just making that clear one more time :-)