Stephen Covey

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Network Marketing Professionals

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In this book, Stephen R. Covey presents an integrated, principle-centered approach for becoming a highly effective network marketing professional. Including real-world examples of current, successful networkers, Covey reveals a step-by-step pathway for not only living with fairness, integrity, service, and human dignity, but applying principle-centered habits that will help you become truly effective in your networking business.
By following the principle-centered approach of the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People network marketers learn principles of success to build their business, change their life, and be able to teach others how to build an effective network marketing business.
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  • yoanatodshared an impression3 years ago
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  • Yulia Ogorodnikovahas quoted4 years ago
    Habit 1: Be Proactive, is the habit of resourcefulness and initiative.
  • Indra Hadiwidjajahas quoted8 years ago
    Habit 1: Be Proactive, is the habit of resourcefulness and initiative. Mediocre network marketers tend to wait to be told what to do. They wait for their upline to take them by the hand and make things happen. When faced with a roadblock, they sigh and make excuses: well, this is the best we can do considering that we’ve already talked to everyone we know. Meanwhile, the proactive network marketer says, I will talk to as many people as I need to this week to find one new customer. There’s always a way to get it done. Who else can I talk to? Where could I find new contacts?
  • Kaushiki Mathershas quoted4 years ago
    Goethe said it this way: “Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter least.”

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