Are you on the hunt for a new MLM Business? That can be a tough spot to be in actually. I know because my wife and business partner in MLM, Ann Feinstein and me changed companies after 17 years of success with another company, before we came to our present company.
We were a little nervous, and some people naturally thought we were nuts, but the fact is that it was a great decision for us. We’ve reached the same level of income within a few short years, so we were very glad with the decision that we made.
So in other words it’s not a bad thing, it can be a very positive thing down the road in fact when you switch to a new MLM company.
The fact is a lot of people love the concept of MLM, and understand that it’s a tremendous vehicle for making a lot of money and living the lifestyle of their dreams, but they just end up with a company that they’re not happy with, for whatever reason.
Now you don’t want to fall into the trap ever of becoming an opportunity jumper, and always looking for the next best thing. Those who do that are usually the ones that never make any significant income and end up bad mouthing the industry because they can’t stick to one MLM business.
The best thing that you can do for yourself is to give it a lot of thought and truly figure out what it is about your present or previous company that you don’t like, and look for a company that is precisely opposite. It’s probably also a good idea to figure out what you DO like about your present or previous company and try to find a company that has those elements as well.
For instance was it the products that you didn’t like or believe in? This can have a big effect on how you present them to your prospects, and people can generally tell right away if you believe in one what you’re saying or not.
Was it that the company is unethical? If so then you’re best to steer clear from that company, even if it’s just a gut instinct that you have.
Has the person or people who brought you into the team, not shown you how to actually make money from the opportunity with a proven system? This is huge, and you’ll want to work extremely hard to find that in the future.
Your mentors and the system that they have in place (or don’t have) can make or break your business. Find a team with a system that’s already helped tons of people achieve success in MLM and you’ve likely found the best new MLM business for you.
Sometimes even if you do have a great system, the compensation isn’t fair, or generous enough. Plenty of people leave MLM companies because they’re not getting paid enough for their productivity, and rightly so.
Other companies will actually look unkindly on the way that you bring in new distributors. Many have not yet embraced the power of the internet as a tool. Of course sometimes companies are right in the fact that they don’t want spamming and unethical ways of using the internet to spread their companies name around, but others will just downright not accept any use of the internet.
It’s up to you to find the things that you like and don’t like about your new MLM business. But whatever you do don’t make it a rash decision. Take your time and make the right one, because it’s one that you’ll have to live with for a long time. In other words, is a very important decision.