Network Marketing: How to Play by Your Own Rules and Win

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Universal-Publishers, 1998 - Business & Economics - 186 pages
Acknowledging that Homer is a poet, not a staff instructor, Albracht works carefully through the Homeric text to produce a persuasive picture of the workings of battle in the Iliad, in two parts: Part 1 the council of war, marshalling of the troops, the use of chariots, the advance into battle, the standing fight, the massed attack and defence, retreat, flight and pursuit; in Part 2 protection in the field, attack and defence of a fortified camp and the siege and defence of a fortified city. Throughout he offers the reader explanations of the details of the battle narrative.
 

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Contents

Forward13
13
A Basic Overview23
23
The Invitation31
31
The Pitch Meeting37
37
Common Concerns of a Network Marketer55
55
Researching Companies63
63
Products and Services75
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The Network Marketing Contract85
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Before You Join
91
Your Obligations as a Network Marketer107
107
Your Distributorship121
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Selling131
131
Recruiting135
135
Eleven Lies Rumors and Misconceptions That
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Conclusion179
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Page 13 - But if they can't, you'll develop blind spots because people will become accustomed to telling you what you want to hear instead of what you need to hear. As a rule, leaders talk too much at their staff meetings and are too domineering. Unfortunately, this "let the boss do all the talking and all the thinking" mind-set carries on after the meeting as people go about their jobs.

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