July 1, 2006

Why You Should Start Brand New - Part I

Why You Should Start Brand New
Part I

If you've been in a Network Marketing/MLM home based business long enough, then you're probably no stranger at all to Tim Sales. Tim is definitely one of the "white hats" in the Network Marketing Industry.

He devotes much of his time and focus to helping people succeed in Network Marketing through his newsletter, as well as with his live conference calls.

He also helps countless thousands of people every month with his MLMBrilliance website, which is home to his much-celebrated Brilliant Compensation® and What the Wealthy Buy on Payday® movies.

So here's some soundproof advice from one of the best in the industry:

Start Brand New

Start "brand new" each time you make a phone call to a prospect...

  • Don't carry baggage from one call to the next.
  • Don't adopt your prospect's beliefs - even slightly.

If you're going to be successful you have to be solid in who you are and what you believe in. You can't be lured into believing what your prospect believes. To be really successful, you have to do just the opposite. I will tell you more about that later. Let me get back to my first point.

Don't Carry Baggage

Treat each call as if it were your first - "Don't carry baggage from one call to the next." Make yourself new again when you hang up with one prospect and get on the phone with another prospect. Let's suppose you call prospect #one and he jumps into complaining how network marketing is a pyramid. Then you go to call #two and you're actually defending network marketing to an entirely different prospect [who doesn't have that objection] instead of trying to make that person's life better. That is wrong!

Each prospect is unique, and you have to ensure that each call is unique.

Part II is here...

Also, be sure to check out Tim's highly-acclaimed Professional Inviter.


  1. AnonymousJuly 02, 2006

    Yeah,I love his MLMBrilliance stuff. It's actually what got me into profit in my business for the first time.

    Great post. Thanks for sharing.

  2. AnonymousJuly 08, 2006

    Glad you posted this. Tim's stuff is always super helpful. I really enjoy his calls. Lots of useful info.

    Take care,


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