It’s no secret that the MLM industry is one of the most thriving industries right now, allowing millions to earn thousands every week. David Imonitie, for example, is one of the multimillionaires who continues to see tremendous success. He was born on July 2, 1983 in Merryville, Missouri, is a living example of how you should approach multi-level marketing. David believes that you need to be an effective leader first if you want to climb up the ladder in MLM.
David’s learning curve
David is a self-made multimillionaire, investor, serial entrepreneur, coach, and success trainer. However, life was not a bed of roses when he first started working. David repeatedly struggled in the early stages of his MLM career as most people do. However, once he found personal development and began modeling himself after mentors who already found the success he was seeking things started to change.
He now reflects and says the early stages of his mlm career taught him what not to do, and by learning what didn’t work, he eventually learned what worked. According to David, effective leadership is a combination of influence and vision. Here are a few of his secrets to become a better leader in Network Marketing.
Respect Your Team
A group that feels loved works better. You need to respect your team before you can expect your team to respect you. Effective leadership also means adapting to changes. As a leader you know what worked for you and you should always share that with your team. However, while the principles of success never change, the strategies are always evolving so be open to learning from your team as well.
Learn to Accept Failure as You Grow and Dare to Believe in Yourself
David failed in the Network Marketing industry repeatedly for five years, but he didn’t lose faith in his dream. He had a burning desire to gain true time and financial freedom through Network Marketing and knew in his heart, the only way he could fail was by ceasing to believe in himself. David sees belief as the secret ingredient to Network Marketing Success. If you don’t believe in yourself, no one else will either.
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