MLM Success BBQ

MLM Success BBQ

You know Barbeq"Success BBQ"ues are some of my favorite times.  But in order to have the perfect BBQ you need 3 things for every Barbeque. You need people, meat, and a grill man.  Just like success in network marketing there are 3 aspects I’ve experienced are crucial to your life and business.  Sorry if you were expecting a real BBQ

Internal Communication

Your thinking and what your mind is hearing dictates your level of consciousness.  Put positive empowering ideas and philosophies into your mind that will influence you to make an impact.  The quality of the voices will determine the quality of your consciousness.  If you are so filled up with empowering messages from places like the Bible, Jim Rohn, George Zalucki, Mark Yarnel and other greats, when the negative thoughts and feelings creep in you’ll remember the vision you are working towards and the power of the positive messages that your consciousness and unconscious mind are hearing. yea thats right, place some stuff when you go to sleep, why not?

External Communication

They understand people and the right ways to communicate with them.  For example 1 certain personality type is 35% of the population and another type is 15% of the population.  You want to understand how to communicate with certain kinds of people and what kind of coaching will work for each one.  Understanding personality types is a bonus skill thats going to cut years off the learning curve.  Create and provide value for people and then communicate it.  People are looking for more.

Technical Knowledge (How To)

This is the easiest part to learn.  Your company has a system of what to say to people, has a presentation, and has all of that.  If you have a strong upline or a resource to learn how to prospect and recruit you will be fine in this regard.  If your looking for a strong upline I would see if you make the cut here.

4 Ingredients "what am i missing?"

Now with these aspects of the Success barb-b-que sandwich we have some seasoning to spice it up. Bam!

Time – Network Marketing is a long term plan.  It is not get rich quick.  Its build for 3-5 years and have the freedom to walk away and create the time freedom you want.

Energy – You are going to have to consistently output effort to talk to people.

Frustration – When we learn something new will experience a level of frustration.  We then learn how to ride without training wheels on the sides and can ride straight.

Change – We tend to avoid change because it sometimes feels uncomfortable.  If you want something you’ve never had you might have to do something you’ve never done.  Life is too short so embrace change and take action.

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Be Blessed,

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Ron Gelok

I'm a full time home based business entrepreneur. I love to meet cool people, God, Love to skateboard, go fishing, and water sports. Traveling is what I'm into and loving life. I'm here to empower ordinary people to do extraordinary things. The entrepreneurial gene runs deep inside me. I believe in abundance and taking control of my life and future.

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4 Comments

  • Radu

    February 11, 2012

    Hey Ron,
    I love the analogy with the BBQ. That’s right you need the right ingredients for your “juicy network marketing steak”. Also, you need a recipe( proven blueprint) otherwise your ingredients are..messeeed up(as Jim Rohn would say). Btw, I like Jim Rohn teachings and recently I watched few videos with George Zalucki speaking about the importance of focus in network marketing.

    From your ingredients I think the most important is energy.
    Energy,passion, the willingness to test and get back in the game beats the time, the circumstances and the inevitable things brought by change.
    Even if there is a proven recipe..in the end you’re the grill man..you adjust your own recipe by taste, trial and few burnouts here and there 🙂
    Thanks for sharing Ron. I enjoyed your post!
    Best,
    Radu

  • Ron Gelok

    February 14, 2012

    @Radu – Radu you are awesome!!! I think you are right, ive seen a lot of people sign up into things just because they are excited or inspired by others passion. George Zalucki profile of a champion is probably my favorite, i must have listened to that over 100 times now.

  • Steve K

    February 14, 2012

    Ron,
    this is awesome

  • Greg Planck

    February 24, 2012

    Ron,
    Love you messages and videos Bro!

    Greg Planck

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