Keeping it as simple as possible should be the the name of the game when building our Network Marketing businesses,
The more simple we keep our explanation about what we do, the easier it is for our prospect to understand what we do. If we try to explain and discuss all the ins and outs of the business in the very first meeting then we run the risk of bombarding our prospect with to much information to digest resulting in information overload, sometimes confusion and a mental picture that this business is more complicated than it really is.
Always introduce the business model in its most basic form, if people start asking more questions and want more facts and figures that's fine, we can then get them all the information they desire.
Plus we have some of the best third party resources and information at our disposal, put together by our parent company and/or other network marketing professionals which will once again help deliver this information in the clearest and most understandable way eliminating confusion, and making it easier for our prospects to see what our industry has to offer.
Business does not have to be complicated. If the business sounds complicated it immediately seems harder and more time consuming than it needs to be, and as we all know, time is a valued commodity in today's fast paced world, and something that most people are not willing to sacrifice any more of.
Explaining with simplicity gets our message across far better than with complexity, it is far easier for us all to visualize results when there is no unnecessary clutter clouding our judgement. Remember Over complicating things can lead to miscommunication and that is something we want to avoid.
Eric Worre a legend in the field of network marketing said in one of his books if an 8 year old can understand what your talking about then you are talking on the right level. I think this is one of the most significant quotes I have heard, it is not that he is recommending talking down to people, rather he is just stating that this is the best for of communication and it does not have to be any more complicated than that.
"Simplicity is evidence of the most advanced teachings" -DR. EMILE CADY
Another great lesson I have learn't that follows on is that a good training system flows in such a way that it can be duplicated by the least experienced in your organization. Teaching simplicity makes duplication easier and duplication is what we want to build in our team because duplication creates leverage and the two combined is what is going to build freedom for us.
The more you complicate the process the harder it becomes. By keeping it simple you can build the life you want in the Wellness Industry