When building a Network Marketing business, it’s important to learn about your prospects and truly understand the process of MLM leads.

How many times have you spoken to a lead and they are extremely interested? But then something happens and POOF they are gone. Yes, they have vanished into thin air. You call. You leave a message and then another and another. And you just can’t get a hold of them.

Do you start asking yourself….What did I do wrong? What should I have said or what didn’t’ I say.

Well, more than likely life happened and the timing just wasn’t there. Think about the process you went through to get started in your Network Marketing business. I know my decision wasn’t made over night. It was a process. I looked at Network Marketing opportunities for one year before I made a decision to move forward.

So, it really is about timing. Don’t take it personally and remember, life does happen and timing is everything.

When you are visiting with prospects, get to know them. Spend time asking questions and really finding out their why. Remember, it’s about them, not about you. Spending time building a relationship with your MLM leads will go a long way. It will help you stand out from others they may be speaking with.

When you can really find out a person’s wants, needs and their ultimate why, you can then show how your business can help.

Let them know what they can expect from you as a sponsor. Assure them they won’t be left alone when they join your team.

Follow up and have patience. Have you ever had someone call you day and night practically begging you to join their business? And did you just want to run in the other direction? Don’t be that person. Allow your prospects some space and time to make their decision and to ask questions.

The word “no” usually means not now. So, don’t let it steal your dreams. And when the timing is right, be there.

Remember, building a successful Network Marketing team is a process. Normally, it is a 2-5 year process. So, continue to invest in yourself. Develop yourself into a leader and commit to daily action and consistent steps. You will be glad you did.

So, ask yourself these questions. Am I in this for the long haul? Am I willing to devote the necessary time to grow a dynamic Network Marketing team? Am I willing to invest in my own self development and education so I can reach my dreams and goals?

Author's Bio: 

Lisa Willard is a wife, mom and Network Marketing coach, trainer and author.
Her passion is utilizing the Internet and empowering others to strive for their goals and dreams. Get to know Lisa better and sign up for her free report at www.network-marketing-success-tools.com