Metropolitan Aromatherapy MLM Business Review – How to avoid the mistakes 97% of people make in their Metropolitan Aromatherapy business…Posted in success in MLM on March 28th, 2015 by admin
With so many MLM distributors failing in MLM companies like Metropolitan Aromatherapy, how come people are still being attracted to them when 97% of people fail in this industry?? Now there is no reason why you can succeed with Metropolitan Aromatherapy or any MLM company for that matter. BUT only if you went about it the right way and with the right information before you make a decision.
Well first off one of the things that attracts people to home based businesses like Metropolitan Aromatherapy is the promise that “you don’t actually have to sell anything”, or “the product is so good, it really sells itself”. The reality is that all business, whether it is network marketing, MLM or a traditional “bricks and mortar”, business is based on the exchange of a product or service for money. And no matter how you dress it up, this is a sales process. Many people have a fear of selling, primarily because they have not been taught how to sell. In a nutshell, we all love to buy things, but none of us likes to “be sold”.
This is where the lack of basic sales training from network marketing and MLM companies like Metropolitan Aromatherapy lets its independent distributors down. It perpetuates the perception that selling is a bad thing, and that simply by “sharing” products with our “circle of influence” (family, friends and work colleagues), you will be helping people and growing your business at the same time. One of the major flaws with this approach is that unsolicited advice about the benefits of using Metropolitan Aromatherapy products is just plain irritating, no matter how well intentioned it is.
To be successful in your Metropolitan Aromatherapy or MLM business, it is critical that you approach the sales process in a professional manner (just as if you had purchased a “bricks and mortar” style of business) otherwise you will end up like 97% of people in this industry and have your business FAIL.
Network marketing and MLM businesses like Metropolitan Aromatherapy are all about relationships. Many people don’t realize that a critical part of the sales process is about building open, honest relationships with your potential customers, and bringing value to these relationships at every opportunity. What is critical about this though is that you give useful information, with no expectation that you will be given anything in return. Building this type of trust is what makes a network marketing or MLM style of business so powerful.
The second key to growing your Metropolitan Aromatherapy business is a sound understanding of marketing techniques to bring the benefits of using Metropolitan Aromatherapy products to the attention of as many people as possible. There are some excellent products out there, but without the sales and marketing to back them up, you will quickly find yourself alongside the 97% of people who fail in companies like Metropolitan Aromatherapy or any other MLM company.
One of the best ways to achieve leverage and the level of interest in your business that can create a 6 figure income and the freedom of lifestyle you desire is to take your marketing online. To effectively market your business online, you need an automated, turnkey marketing system that sifts and sorts prospects for you around the clock. It also needs to be fully duplicatable.
Speaking of Leverage here’s a link to a controversial report that I have to say when I read it; it nearly made me fall off my chair. It’s called the Coffee House Letter and it is revolutionizing the way network marketers do business online. It will not only help you avoid the mistakes 97% of people in this industry make, it will open your eyes like it did mine to why not all home based businesses are created equal… Love it or hate it no-one can read the Coffee House Letter without it profoundly changing the way they view network marketing.
About the Author
I was born and raised in Taupo, New Zealand where I attended Taupo intermediate school and Tauhara college where I was head prefect in my senior year. I was working in a local restaurant, Ploughmans, where I was bar manager until recently I joined a team of entrepreneurs and am now on the way to creating a life I once only dreamed of, in myself and others