will grow over the time; remember a solution without a good fight is not a plausible solution at all. Some solutions to problems are not always as simple as the masters of life have promised but realize that answers come easily to those who seek knowledge.
Your black book of
should be updated regularly. Some solutions may not work in every case, but in a situation as an emergency, it is recommended that you follow company policy to the letter. Not every company will have a standard policy for emergencies but a quick plan will help. When you decide to create a
book, it may be wise to have it organized accordingly to ideas or categories. Such categories could include events, supplies, networking and other vital subject matters that you find that are important.
could be shared with your downline or saved for personal reasons only. The solutions that you write down, may come in handy as certain conditions arrive. You may not be able to cover every single occurrence. You could run across situations such as network problems, technological problems or a supply and demand problem. Take the issue nice and slow, think about any obvious solutions before trying the more difficult resolutions. Break the problem down into manageable bites before trying to chew. Collect the evidence that supports the evidence and group it accordingly to the “bites” of the problem.
advice from peers and from your upline. They may be able to see a feasible solution that you may have missed. Talk about the solutions and see if you can piece together a workable answer to the problem. Save the problem for later for a seminar, teach the problem to others so they can learn from your mistakes. Some problems may take a few days to solve, don’t give up hope. Remember some answers can be found in books, eBooks, articles and videos. Keep your database up to date, most network marketers are using smartphones as a tool to store their
No matter what you decide to use, you will need to stay on top of your game and keep the information up to date.
You are not alone in dealing with your problems or issues. Your team and upline are very supportive, new members can use them as a lifeline in case of trouble. You should always work the problems out before turning to unsuitable ends. Seek advice from your mentor, they usually have tons of experience that are backed up by a good foundation of education. If all else fails, go back to the basics and start again.