How Do Some Top Earners Get Their Money? Hint: It's Not Recruiting
If you were to look at some of the highest paid network marketers in the industry, there's probably a pretty decent chance that they're pretty good at recruiting.
But do you want to hear something you probably weren't expecting?
It's the fact that a good chunk of some of those networkers don't make their earnings off of just recruiting or selling products.
In fact, it's something completely different that has nothing to do with their company.
So here it is: Some of the top earners in the networking industry don't make the bulk of their money from getting people to say yes to their biz opp, but monetizing from the 90% of people that say NO.
Yes you heard that right. Even when people say no to them about their business opportunity, there's still an opportunity to monetize off of those exact same people.
One thing that top networkers are very good at is the use of systems in their business.
They use them to not only recruit people into their business, but also use separate systems to create a brand new income stream from people that don't care for the the business.
Curious about what that system might be?
Now here's the deal:
You're likely to get more no's than yes's from people when approaching them about a business opportunity.
But, that doesn't always mean that there's no way that you still can't help them in some way and still generate income from doing so.
This is what makes top earners in the networking industry top earners to begin with.
They definitely recruited a decent amount of people to get to where they are for sure.
However, they didn't do what most networkers do and immediately abandon those people that said no to their business opportunity.
They literally built out a separate income stream from people that they otherwise would've left behind in place of prospecting someone else.
With that being said, if you're looking to implement what some of the top earners are doing to create a separate 5 figure and even 6 figure income stream from people who rejected their opportunity...
On a side note, you'll also uncover some of the biggest networking lies that keep people frustrated and broke.