Why do people quit?

A lot of people really don't understand the concept of network marketing and how great the opportunity is and what it can do for their future. Unfortunately there are times when a person will join a network marketing company and then quit shortly after. Why? Well that seems to be the million dollar question for some. Why do people say they see the vision and then just quit an opportunity that is going to help them change their future over time, just to go back to a lifestyle of working at a job that they were trying to get away from in the first place? There are all sorts of reasons people quit, but below are 3 popular reasons why people quit......

1) Early Expectation

I'm not quite sure why people think that when they join a network marketing company, that they will be rich overnight. It just does not work like that. For everyone who has ever started a new job, when you're hired on do you get a pay raise the same day, week,, month, or even the same year in some cases? Nope.  That's just not realistic. As a sponsor, you want to make sure that you're setting up a realistic expectation, especially if you're dealing with someone who has never been apart of the network marketing world. Once you set the appropriate expectation, then you can work with your prospect or new team member one on one to make sure that they have set appropriate goals and help them become successful over time.

2) No goals are set and there are no daily methods of operation

If you think you can start a business and not set any type of goals or have a daily method of operation that you do CONSISTENTLY and still be successful then you are crazy. If you don't do anything each day, then how will anything within your business ever happen? What you need to do is sit down and really put in some  thought into your goals. Saying I want to make $4,000 each month is not a real goal. You need to dig deep. Write down how you will achieve making $4,000 each month. Write down the actual day to day steps that it will take to make that $4,000 each month. Write down at what point of your day, week, or month that you will take the steps to get to that $4,000 each month. Make sense?

3) A person feels like they have a "bad" upline/sponsor

If you are basing your level of success on what your sponsor does or does not do for you then you will not grow. A sponsor is supposed to answer your questions before and after you join their team. A sponsor also is supposed to go over training with you, follow up with you, and always be readily available to you. (within reason). It's not a sponsor's job to hold your hand through every little aspect of your business. They will not run your business for you. They are simply there to assist and teach. At the end of the day it's up to YOU to get things done. Never join a opportunity and expect your sponsor to do the work for you. That's not how it works.

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