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Joining The Numis Network? Here Are Some Things To Ask Your Sponsor Before You Do…

If you’re reading this article, it’s because you’re looking into joining The Numis Network, or you’re already involved in Numis and you’re for some reason wasting time reading blog posts when you should be prospecting.

Lol.

A lot of times, people who write articles like this are really trying to get you to join them – which is not what I’m doing here.  In 2010 (when I wrote this), I’m the #1 recruiter in Numis this year and I actually think that you should join Numis with the first person who told you about it, as long as you talked to them and there are a couple of things in place.  Joining with ‘a guru’ isn’t necessary to the success of your business, we should all look to uphold the integrity of the company by helping other people recruit who are new, instead of trying to ‘attraction market’ each others prospects.

Even if your sponsor is brand new to the business, you can feel comfortable joining them because we all work together as a team.  However, I have a couple of personal qualifications that I think you should look at before you join (if you haven’t yet), that are important to the long term success of your business.

1.  Make sure that the person you’re joining with isn’t a chronic ‘company hopper’.  The absolute worst person in the world to get involved with in MLM is someone who is hopping from deal to deal all the time.  Just make sure that they are in this for long term, residual income, not to build up a team and then steal them away to another company.  I’ve made the mistake of joining someone like this in the past, and I would never, ever do it again in my life.

2.  Make sure that your sponsor isn’t sponsoring you by saying things that are absolutely full of shit.  Excuse the language there – but sometimes people join an MLM because they never want to pick up the phone, and they want to build a business by walking outside and have the heavens rain down checks.  Network Marketing IS NOT a ‘marketing’ business, it is a relationship business, and even if your sponsor is new – make sure that they are willing to build a long term relationship with you and be in business with you in a year.  The side affect of joining a leader who ‘doesn’t pick up the phone’ is that when you call them – they won’t ever pick up the phone.  Lol.

How the hell are you going to learn from someone like that?  Those people need to get out of Network Marketing.

3.  Make sure that your sponsor is plugged into the company system.  The Numis Network has a proven, time tested company system that works whether you’re building online or offline, and it’s important to the longevity of your business that you’re not trying to be a ‘Renegade’.  We encourage innovation here, but if you badmouth what the company is doing, you’ll never grow a residual income.

That’s really it for me – if you’ve got a COMMITTED sponsor, I think you should join with them even if they’ve NEVER done the business before, because the leadership team will still help you to do what it takes to reach your goals, even if your sponsor doesn’t know what they’re doing (yet) – just make sure they’re not going to get you in and then run, you want someone who will be here a year from now.  If you want to learn the concepts that have let me build a business at a very high level, quickly, click the picture below to go through my Numis Network Mastery DVD Bootcamp (and that’s ok to do even if you’re in another team):The Numis Network Mastery BootcampTo the TOP,
David Wood
Network Marketing Visionary

P.S.  If you liked this post, feel free to share it – tweet it, and comment!  I’ll see you at the top!

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2 comments
Steven Schmeltzle
Steven Schmeltzle

Hey David, I caught your tweet about this post. Had to read it, even though I should be prospecting... haha! I know what you mean by joining a company jumper... How about my sponsor, my sponsors sponsor, and my sponsors sponsors sponsor... LOL! Yeah, all off jumping into the next "best thing". I'm here to stay!

Andrew Murray
Andrew Murray

Very informative and helpful for every new marketer. I agree that one of the problems a person doesn’t get success in business is going with the wrong people even the business is legit. This is one effective post that will help save them from possible marketing problems and financial risk.

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