4 Reasons People Struggle in MLM

Chances are you’re reading this because you’re struggling in Network Marketing. Taking a look at the 4 reasons people struggle in MLM can help prevent your business from experiencing similar downfalls. In case you are unaware, the overwhelming majority of multi-level marketers never turn a profit.  You will find that many of these failed marketers point the finger at the company, the products, or flawed compensation plan.  Although the blame is often passed, most multi-level marketers failure is their own fault. If you are not making a clear and consistent effort to recruit new affiliates into your business, you will undoubtedly be lumped in with the rest of the failures.

Below I’ve listed the top 4 reasons people struggle in MLM.  This is not meant to discourage any entrepreneurs out there.  This countdown is intended to provide a polite push in the appropriate direction.  I hope these reasons provide your business with the boost it needs to succeed.

 The 4 Reasons People Struggle in MLM

  1. YOU are the Company – Far too often, multi-level marketing sales representatives depend too heavily on the company they are affiliated with.  If you are depending on the company, its products, or your upline to grow your business, you will assuredly fail. Be sure to take responsibility by learning the skills necessary to be a successful entrepreneur.
  1. Running Out of Leads – Because this issue is so common and prevalent. Running out of business leads definitely makes the countdown of the 4 reasons people struggle in MLM. In fact, if you’re reading this and actively involved with an MLM, there is a pretty solid chance that you have run out of leads. Luckily for modern multi-level marketers, the internet is an incredibly potent tool. By learning to establish an active online presence for your MLM business, you can experience a steady flow of targeted leads. So many people use the internet daily. Among those people are consumers with an entrepreneurial spirit just like you.
  1. Lazy Learners – For whatever reasons, many people jump into the world of multi-level marketing because they think they can get rich quick. As you may have found out by now, this is definitely not the case. The only way you can become wealthy in this industry is through self-education. Not everyone was born to be an elite salesman. By taking the time to improve and add some skills to your marketing repertoires, you can seriously stimulate your business’s growth.
  1. Not Taking Action – Believe it or not, “doing nothing” is among the top 4 reasons people struggle in MLM. Many multi-level marketers have their sights set on beach houses and a residual income. What they don’t understand is that this sort of wealth, although very attainable, takes a lot of work.

I genuinely hope this list of the 4 reasons people struggle in MLM helps improve your business!


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12 replies
  1. Joseph
    Joseph says:

    I was NEVER lazy and I was ALWAYS looking to learn. It was definitely number one for me. My company was all over the social media space lol. I couldn’t comprehend I wasn’t just a business man- I AM THE BUSINESS. Excellent content as always my friend.

  2. Dereco Cherry
    Dereco Cherry says:

    I liked how you put these tips. That first one you touched on about you being the company is so true. People think it’s all about branding their company when in reality they should be branding themselves.

    Leads are the lifeline of your business. Learning how to generate your own leads will keep you in business for years to come.

    The money tip was taking action. Knowledge is not power but applied knowledge is the true power. Put what you are learning into action.

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