Wisdom From My Mentor, George Zalucki 4404


If you have been following my blog, then you have probably read about my good friend and mentor, George Zalucki. He has been an extremely influential figure in my life and I would have never ‘made it’ in the industry if not for his audio book, Profile of A Champion.

Zaulucki has constructed a magnitude of other influential pieces, including Network Marketing: Straight Talk, a very powerful, direct, and honest book. When he says straight talk, he means it. Last night I was re-reading the book and thought it would be fun to share his 10 Commandments of becoming successful in network marketing.

10 Commandments of Becoming Successful in Network Marketing

  1. Thou shalt not expect others to do what you are no longer doing to expand your business.
  2. Thou shalt not buy into or linger with other people’s negative comments or attitudes.
  3. Thous shalt not dwell on the past nor continue to linger with thoughts of what should have happened, but did not happen.
  4. Thou shalt not get frustrated or angry when people do not do what they say they are going to do… many don’t.
  5. Thou shalt not expect the company to never make mistakes, because occasionally it will.
  6. Thou shalt face each problem you or your distributors encounter as a leader and demonstrate a calming influence to your group and not spearhead hostile and accusatory complaining.
  7. Thou shalt continue to sponsor new first level representatives as an example for your organization to follow.
  8. Thou shalt continue to concentrate on those distributors in your group who are working hard and possess the correct attitudes for success.
  9. Thou shalt set specific personal performance and income goals, and then reach them.
  10. Thou shalt reach the next pin level of your company’s compensation plan by _________(Date).

Wishing you all the success you will allow yourself to have!

Jake


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