A vital part of Network Marketing is events. And a vital part of events is people telling their story. These can build belief, develop confidence and get new team members over the line.
But only when they’re done right…
You have to always remember why you are telling your story. It’s not your reward for a job well done. That’s what your bonus check is for. It’s not to recognize you. That’s what the pin and recognition is for.
The only reason you are telling your story is to build belief for the people in the audience that they can do it too. If you just beat your chest talking about all the cars, trips and money you have earned, you simply make the audience feel bad.
Sure you want to talk about and celebrate the rewards of the business. But don’t forget to talk about the challenges, where you started from, and the path you had to take to create that success. That’s when the audience will really connect with you and understand that they can do it too.