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Some Network Marketers Never Seem Happy With Their Job - Articles Surfing
Practically everyone knows someone who has a new business proposition just about every week. It could be a relative, a close friend or neighbor that is constantly pushing the next great idea that promises to make everyone they know enough money to live on for the rest of their life. Very few of these acquaintances however, will ask about last week's plan because either they did not pay enough attention to know about it, or they just do not care.
In most cases, it is a case of misplaced trust and over enthusiasm. Network marketers love these kinds of people. They are the ones that easily convinced to join their program and they try to use the same sales pitch that they fell for on everyone in their warm network. That is, the people they feel closest to that probably aren't going to slam the door in their face or hang up on them when they call. They probably have Caller ID and simply don't answer their phone when they see it is from them.
They always seem to be on their cell phone, dressed in designer clothes and always seem to be on their way to meet someone important. One thing you cannot fault them for is their enthusiasm. The problem is, most of these marketing addicts have one thing in common, in that they expect instant gratification and when reality sets in about their current love, they dump it as quick as they signed on and move on to another, more promising project.
It is the hook that these folks jump on and the minute the line gets a little tight, they want to spit out the hook and find another tasty bait. They believe all the hype about earning a lot of money in a hurry and when it doesn't happen, they are on the prowl for a new idea. If they would spend as much time working on their current project as they spend on seeking out new ones, they would probably be a lot richer by now and not seem so desperate when they meet their personal network.
They truth is, they are wallowing in the promises of fast, easy money and when they discover they have to offer training to their down line and may have to actually do some work, they think they have been swindled. They probably were, but it isn't because they don't have to work, it's because they believed they could get rich on someone else's labor. They forgot about the need to train others.
Their up line may make a call or two to them to see what they can do to help them out, but most of the time they really do not care if one of their members drops out. Anyone they may have recruited now belongs to the next person in their up line and there will be thousands of others ready to take their place in the line. It is a constantly flow of fresh bodies that keeps many of the marketing programs alive and neighbors and family on their toes.
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