Seinfeld and Network Marketing

 

Network Marketing Coming Out Party

I've Been Outed

I am an avid fan of the TV show Seinfeld as well as a professional Network Marketer. I was watching the famous “Not That There Is Anything Wrong With That” episode and it made me think of when I first started in Network Marketing. I always felt that I had to qualify my participation, make excuses for this opportunistic but outside the box industry. I was too concerned with what people thought of my new career, the negativity that they were going to bring and how I could justify my involvement. The funny thing is that a few years ago I would have been the one criticizing a free thinker who would try and go against the 80 hour a week mentality.

I was introduced to this industry by a friend but did not completely believe in the process. I had a mentality that I might get rich by wishing upon a lucky star, aka. the lottery mentality. It wasn’t until I realized that luck was not part of the equation, I had to learn how to create my own destiny. I was sabotaging my own success by keeping my Network Marketing career “in the closet” or saying that I was just trying it out. If you’re not all in then you won’t be able to find other people to follow along with you.

The next thing I realized was that if I was so sure that these people would ridicule me….why are they in my life in the first place? Some of these people where family (you can pick your friends but you can’t pick your family), some were friends and others were just associates. As you journey through life you are constantly evolving and with that you will have people come and go in your life. When I started to gravitate towards more positive people I subconsciously started putting more space between me and the negative ones.

When you change your mindset, believe in yourself, your team and your company you will see success. Network Marketing approached the right way will create a positive vibe in your personal life as well as professional life. It is a complete makeover in how you approach everything which in turn will give you the vision to achieve a different result. Now I have many friends who are Network Marketers and some who are employees of traditional businesses (not that there is anything wrong with that).

Please leave your information so I can share with you the free training as well as the systems that helped get me out of the closet and into success.

 

2 Responses to Seinfeld and Network Marketing

  1. Hi Dominick, Its great to hear personal stories and points of view, i think it turns marketing into what it should be about people. Thanks Brian

  2. Erika Harris says:

    Good post! It takes me back to my beginning MLM days:-)

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