Relationships are the glue that holds team members together. John Maxwell Relationships 101
Why Are Relationships In Network Marketing Important?
If relationships are the glue that holds team members together, you absolutely must build relationships in network marketing business. People don't care about your company or the “best opportunity out there”. Cavett Roberts, the founder of the National Speakers Association said, “People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care!
Network Marketing Fundamental One Is Relationship building. If you do not successfully build strong relationships then you might as well quit right now. In Network Marketing you are not just building a business you are building a “family”, a TEAM, a organization. Paul Butler
In Network Marketing Relationships Are Everything. As Network Marketers, we are traditionally told that our opportunity and products are the greatest thing since sliced bread. Our mission is to tell everything that gets within 3 feet of us about it, and learn to be rejection free! Now, this works for the sales and mentally unhinged types who are immune to rejection, but for the rest of us, we are humans and have feelings! Let's face it, most of us don't like rejection and tend to take it personally. Instead, we build relationships with people we like. John Gaydon
Relationships are Key in Building your Network marketing business! In our society today we have gone away from High Touch to High Tech. Now trust me I believe in one of your avenues in reaching out to be Online, High Tech. What I do mean is texting, email, autoresponders, and NOT picking up the telephone! I love people and I believe the key to building and having success in your network marketing business is to build relationships. Maggie Lancy
Network Marketing Is About Relationships
In this short video (3:47) Dean R Black describes a simple process that you might skip over in building a network marketing relationship. Dean also shares steps to building a sustainable relationship.
Developing strong relationships
Developing strong relationships with your business partners will create strength and long-term stability in your organization. There is a way to develop strong relationships. That way is written into the constitution of our relationship and is definable according to certain laws of association.
- Do not try to dominate people
- Do not try to use people
- Acquire and cultivate the power to put yourself in the other person’s place,
- Keep the power to say, “I’m sorry.” Often decide with the group against yourself.
- Look for privileges of service rather than for your rights
- Expect the best from others
- Help others to help themselves don’t smother them by being anxious to help.