5 Reasons To Not Join Multiple Network Marketing Companies At The Same Time.
Do you jump on nearly every network marketing business opportunity that is presented to you? I am not talking about if after you study a new opportunity you decide that it presents a better opportunity to you than your present company. No. I am talking about jumping on multiple companies thinking that you can be a success in all of them.
Perhaps you are the exception and can simultaneously run four or five network marketing business successfully all at once. I have never met anyone who has done this but as I said, perhaps you are the exception.
First, do you project an image of success to someone you are talking to about a particular company when you have three or four others that you are participating in? If you are so successful in the company you are attempting to present to a prospect, why do you need to be involved with the other business opportunities?
Second, which business are you the most passionate about? Or does that change with the level of success you might be experiencing at any one moment?
Third, are prospects being given mixed signals about the business they find most interesting simply because you would rather promote your favorite?
Fourth, your participating in multiple business opportunities at the same time will encourage your downline to do the exact same thing. Unfortunately, the other companies that they join will vary from yours...as will their loyalty.
Fifth, and perhaps the MOST important factor, what happens when your upline finds out about your being disloyal to their network marketing company? Surely you cannot expect their level of assistance in working with you when at any moment you can turn around and attempt to get your (and their) downline to switch to another network marketing company du jour.
One time I spoke to someone, a friend and an excellent salesman, I had personally sponsored into my opportunity. I later found out he was involved with three other network marketing companies plus operating a few internet affiliate programs. When I asked his about this, he informed me that he viewed himself as owning a micro-conglomerate with multiple divisions. I will spare you the details but the last I heard, this tycoon's micro-conglomerate had dropped off the radar screen as he had to quit all of his network marketing businesses and is waiting tables in Dallas.
Bottom line: be a successful network marketer in one business opportunity instead of dabbling in multiple opportunities at the same time.