Too many people within the network marketing industry make a very common mistake when it comes to duplication. This mistake is changing their perso…

Too many people within the network marketing industry make a very common mistake when it comes to duplication. This mistake is changing their personality to be exactly like their sponsor. With so many different types of people working in this industry, it’s very clear that not everyone is capable of emulating their sponsor to the fullest.

For example, a sponsor is able to create countless leads and close half of them every day. This same sponsor is also very outgoing and witty. In your eyes, your sponsor is an all star in both offline and online marketing.

Your personality is naturally soft spoken. Networking with people face to face can be terrifying at times and you aren’t able to sign up distributors on a daily basis. Your confidence level may be a little low and you become even more insecure when you try to close sales. How do you deal with it?

A lot of people in this situation try desperately to emulate their sponsor in every way possible. This should not be the case at all.

I’m not saying you shouldn’t use your sponsor as a role model as to how you should act in order to be successful. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t ask them how to generate leads or overcome objections; I’m saying you are unique and so is he.

When your sponsor teaches you how to record videos, put your own personal touch to it. Add a little trademark phrase that people will always associate with you or play a music clip at the end of every video. This helps you brand yourself and makes you not only unique, but comfortable.

Completely copying successful people is one thing, surrounding yourself with successful people and internalizing their tactics to your own is another. Take a moment to figure out how what you could do to make yourself stand out from what your sponsor is doing. Take his or her method and add something unique to it. This is called marketing and branding yourself.

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