Network Marketing Success – Paddle, Paddle, Kick, Kick!

So the title of today’s article is “Paddle, paddle, kick, kick”. The question is, “are you paddling? Are you kicking?” Here’s the deal. I can give you a book about how to ride a bicycle, but you’re not going to learn how to ride the bike if you don’t get on the bike. I can give you a book about swimming, but you’re not going to learn how to swim if you don’t jump in the pool. I can give you a book about surfing, but you’re not going to learn how to surf if you don’t paddle, paddle, kick, kick. You’ve going to paddle out to the big waves, you’re going to kick. You’re going to work, you’re going to give it some energy.

In the beginning of anything you start to do you have to put some energy into it before you’re going to get the rewards. You want to ride the big waves? You’re going to get on your board, and paddle out to where the waves are. You’re going to do the same in your network marketing business.

You want to make the big money? Paddle, paddle, kick, kick. You have to get to where the big money is. You’re going to begin Inflatable paddle board to build the business. You’ve got to talk to a lot of people.

You’re going to kiss a lot of frogs. Eight or nine out of 10 people are going to say “no” to your opportunity, at least in the beginning. They’re all looking for help, they’re just afraid to get it. Do you know that if you are trying to save a drowning swimmer frequently he will push you away? If you come up to them in the front and try to grab them, they’re going to fight with you and can potentially pull you under with them. They are panicked and will kick and push you away.

Yet they’re drowning, but they’re afraid of the help that you’re trying to give them. You have to get behind them and get your arm around their neck and under their chin and then help them from behind. You’re going to do the same thing sometimes in network marketing. When you go to somebody and you tell them “look I have an opportunity for you, you can make money” and they’re drowning because they don’t have any money, they push you away. They’re afraid that you’re going to hurt them somehow, so paddle, paddle, kick, kick.

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