One essential skill you need to learn to build a team in Network Marketing is simplicity. It is not as easy it sounds, because in today’s world there are so many distractions that even the most simple things can seem complicated.

When someone starts a new business they are too often overloaded with too much information, they don’t know where to begin. So what do they do? Absolutely nothing!

someone overwhelmed with infoWe have all been guilty of it, we want the new team member to know everything, so what do we do? We tell them everything at once! Sharing knowledge is a fantastic thing to do, but not if you overwhelm people with too much of it.

They will also be hearing all different ideas from their friends, people on social media, marketing experts and those who failed in this profession, all offering their input and making matters worse.

If you let them try and make sense of all these concepts on their own, they will end up with a very difficult and complex way of doing things that they don’t really understand and they can’t pass on to others.

Duplication Is The Key

What you need to show them is simple steps, actions that they can take very early in their business to get results, to gain customers, to earn money, to get testimonials and to begin building their teams.

We have this in our FM World team. By listening to, and meeting, the top network marketers in the world, we have learnt what works for someone who is new to a Network Marketing company. Julita has put all of this together into an easy to follow action plan based on the things that work today, in this ever growing social media world.

 learning simple fm world steps from homeNothing that we teach a new team member is complicated, leaders can easily pass it onto their team and show them how to do the same thing.

All this can be done from the comfort of your own home, using online Zoom calls, which means it doesn’t matter where you live, you can still learn the steps and grow your FM World team too.

Duplication is the key to success in Network Marketing, and duplication relies on simplicity.

Julita habet and Roy Strong

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