How to Determine Your “Unique Selling Proposition” (Even if You’re Brand New!)

What makes your business unique?

If you’re not sure, then you might not be setting yourself apart from the competition.

Which means you could be missing out on quite a few leads and sales, because other marketers (with a more defined voice) are likely dominating the conversation and monopolizing your potential prospects’ limited attention.

So what should you do?800-3115-18-120

Well, you need to decide on your “unique selling proposition!”

And – you should read the rest of this blog from Ferny Ceballos:

Now, you might not know the concept of having a “USP,” yet it’s vitally important.

In fact, it’s actually one of the most important things you can develop for your business.

Basically, it’s what separates you from the ‘other guys.’

How you develop your USP will be a little different depending on whether you have a large company, or just a brand new distributorship in network marketing, affiliate marketing, or direct selling.

Let’s dive into the details…

Unique selling proposition, defined

Here’s the question…

What do you offer, which sets you apart from everybody else in the marketplace?

Now, you may think that your company provided you with a ready-made USP already…

Such as your ‘unique’ comp plan, or your ‘unique’ products or services, or whatever the case may be.

But there’s something wrong with this logic, because while those may very well be the USP for your company or their products…

The question remains:

What’s your unique selling proposition?

What will make people want to do business with YOU over somebody else, even in your own company (much less a different company or the entire market)?

Now, the fundamental definition of unique selling proposition is your position in the market.

But let’s dig a little deeper.

When you do a Google search for “unique selling proposition,” the top two results are from and

And guess what, these competing definitions don’t agree.

Two unique USP definitions…

In fact, the Kissmetrics definition actually calls out the Entrepreneur definition and says it’s not adequate enough.

Which is clever marketing, btw, writing an article referencing the result that’s right above it in the Google search terms—it’s a great way to get noticed.’s definition is as follows…

“The factor or consideration presented by a seller as the reason that one product or service is different from, or better than, that of the competition.”

Basically what makes you different from the competition is what is saying.

And it’s true that this is traditionally what a unique selling proposition is all about.

However, I actually like the Kissmetrics definition of USP better, because it’s more relevant and more clear.

And more importantly, it’s also something that, especially in recent history, is a more contemporary definition for a unique selling proposition.’s definition is as such…

A unique selling proposition is what your business stands for. It’s what sets your business apart from others because of what your business makes a stand about.

What they’re saying is if you try to stand for everything, you’ll actually stand for nothing.

For instance, you can’t be known for having the highest quality AND the lowest prices, or the best food AND the most inexpensive menu.

It doesn’t work.

You’ve got to plant your flag on a certain concept.

So the question actually is…

What do you stand for?

To explore this idea, Let’s take a look at…

Two great USP examples

Starbucks stands for premium coffee, but NOT premium coffee and cheap prices.

They want to give you the best coffee and overall experience that they can.

If you walk into the store, it’s laid out very nicely and Starbucks wants to give you a high quality coffee drinking atmosphere.

Zappos started off as a shoe company, but obviously selling shoes is not unique.

So what they stand for is the highest quality customer service in the world.

Literally, Zappos customer care people are willing to do just about anything for you!

You can basically call them up and tell them that you need different shoes because your current ones don’t fit.

They’ll not only send you new shoes, but they’ll even let you keep the old ones if you ask.

I’ve even heard people call Zappos and order a pizza, which actually shows up!

It’s kind of crazy, but Zappos has the best customer care.

Hands down.

So what about our unique selling proposition?

Elite Marketing Pro’s USP

When the company started, our unique selling proposition was fluid, but it really zeroed in recently.

Our USP is that we are willing to teach online recruiting strategies and methods that your upline isn’t.

That’s what we stand for.

We stand for teaching network marketers the most cutting edge digital networking and digital marketing strategies that exist today, from the people who are actually building their businesses using these strategies.

And these strategies are not something the ‘orthodoxy’ in the industry are willing to teach you.

That’s the message we deliver and that’s how we’re attracting networkers from across the world.

Our anti-orthodoxy stance is attracting top earners

Because there are six- and seven- figure earners who are getting frustrated and fed up with the network marketing orthodoxy who only want to follow “old school,” offline methods.

There are even seven-figure earners in network marketing right now that don’t even have Facebook accounts!

And, I mean, honestly…

How can you be relevant in today’s age if you don’t even have a Facebook account?

Well, that is essentially what we’re up against here at EMP.

Obviously not everyone’s like that, but networkers without Facebook accounts push back against going online, because they don’t understand it.

But the pages are turning as far as this industry is concerned…

…and we’re in a great position to help people discover digital marketing strategies for the network marketing, direct selling, and affiliate marketing space.

Example EMP affiliate’s USP

Now, let’s say you’re a member of Elite Marketing Pro and you’re promoting our blog posts (such as the one you’re reading right now), so you can use EMP’s content and offers to practice your new digital marketing skills.

That’s great!

But there’s also a catch…

Unfortunately, you’re gonna be doing the same thing as every other EMP member who’s also promoting our blog posts.

And that means sameness.

So what’s gonna set you apart?

Well, one of our members, for example, is doing something that most people aren’t willing to do.

She talks to her prospects straight from her ads!

You can learn more about her strategy right here:

How to Recruit with Facebook Sponsored Posts

But the short version is this: her ads include a call to action that say…

“Hey, you can click on the link in the description and you’ll learn more. Or if you’d like to speak directly with me and get some more information through private messaging, comment ‘More info’ below.”

And guess what happens?

People start commenting “more info,” because they’d rather TALK to somebody directly than go through an impersonal website or sales funnel.

Now don’t get me wrong, such automated strategies work, and they work great!

After all, we get hundreds of leads every single day from our websites and funnels.

But some people would rather just hop on the phone and ask…

“Okay, what’s this all about?”

And hey, you may be that type of person too.

So make no mistake…

Being willing to pick up the phone and talk to your prospects straight from your ads is a huge differentiator.

And it’s where I recommend most people in this industry start to produce quick results.

The one USP that will never go out of style is…

The willingness to hop on the phone and serve somebody, based on where they’re at, without pitching them your network marketing business.

This means you make recommendations based on what they need and what they tell you…

Not based on your agenda to funnel as many people into your networking business as possible.

That may be difficult for the new networker to fully understand, and especially old school networkers who have been around for a while (because they always walk around with an agenda to recruit everyone).

But what you’ll discover is that if you switch your mindset to service and truly listen to people, you’ll actually end up recruiting MORE people.

The “non-agenda approach” is much easier

Once you get your prospect on the phone, you’ll benefit from being able to listen to them talk about what they’re struggling with, so you can then make recommendations based on those exact struggles.

That’s gonna set you apart from most people in this industry.

There are a lot of marketers running ads on Facebook…

But how many are actually willing to hop on a private chat?

My guess is very few.

Now that’s a unique selling proposition that will never go out of style and will always be in high demand, because, again, people will always want to cut through the BS and just ask…

“Okay, what’s this about? Can you explain what’s going on?”

In fact, being willing to hop on the phone with somebody was the USP I personally used when I first got started.

So if I didn’t already hammer it in enough, when you’re brand new, even through your first year…

You don’t need to develop a crazy unique selling proposition

You just need to be the person who’s willing to stand for the needs of other people first.

And to be the person who’s willing to hop on the phone and actually listen to people.

Because guess what?

Even though there are other networkers using this strategy…

  1. There aren’t many willing to hop on the phone, who are building online
  2. You’ll very likely be the first person who’s ever hopped on the phone with your prospects, so you’ll automatically be different from everyone else in their mind

Again, being willing to talk to people on the phone, through video chat, or through private messaging is what’s gonna help you stand out more than anything else.

In a crowded, noisy online space…

Your willingness to directly connect with people is rare!

Believe me, it is.

It may seem like a lot of people are doing it, but only select leaders are doing it.

The majority are not!

And even the leaders are too busy to talk to everybody, which gives all of us an opportunity if we’re willing to pick up the phone.

Did you know that at EMP, every single customer gets three free coaching calls with our mentorship team?

So even at Elite Marketing Pro, this big multimillion dollar company, we are also willing to hop on the phone and talk to people at every stage of their journey with us.

That should give you a clue as to what you should be doing as well!

Now, hopefully you’re fired up and ready to implement this strategy.

So the next question is, do you…

Need people to talk to?

Because let’s face it, before you can start calling your prospects, you need prospects to call in the first place!

Unfortunately, this is an area where a lot of business owners initially struggle.

Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be that way.

In fact, in just 10 days, you can easily implement a lead generation strategy that will bring you fresh leads daily, like clockwork.

So if you’re having any trouble generating leads for your business or finding enough prospects to talk to…

Then I highly recommend signing up for my free online recruiting bootcamp.

You’ll see the exact online business building strategies I use to generate 300–500 leads per day, 30–50 customers per day, and recruit 70–100 new serious business builders into my business each month!

So if you’re ready to get started…

Simply click here and I’ll gladly give you access to my 10-day bootcamp.

And if you found this content helpful, I would love to read your comments below!

Ferny Ceballos
Chief Marketing Officer
Elite Marketing Pro


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God bless you,
Connie Suarez

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What I Learned About Attraction Marketing in Los Cabos – Make People Feel Special

The Gran Faro Resort had the obligatory gift shop.

In spite of being unfamiliar with “selfies,” Nimpha posed with me.

Nimpha did not see her job working there as obligatory.

I guess I don’t really know how she saw it; but I do know that she made visits to that gift shop a treat.


My first visit included the truly obligatory bottled water.

Nimpha spoke fairly good English. I spoke fair Spanish and wanted to use it. She graciously allowed me, encouraged me, to pull out my rusty language skills and use them.

Nimpha had a disarming smile and I returned often, partly because I needed more water. But I liked visiting with Nimpha. And she never made me feel like I was wasting her time.

I believe that Nimpha represents the best in selling.

The best of the best understand that people do business with people they like. People do business with people they trust, and people do business with those who make them feel special. Robin S. Sharma

Nimpha demonstrated this quote from Robin S. Sharma.

When my trip was coming to an end, I considered where I wanted to buy souvenirs.

Souvenir comes from the French and literally means the act of remembering. I wanted to have the items I took back home with me to have significance.

That meant that who I purchased from was as important as what I purchased. The resort gift shop where Nimpha worked was, of course, my choice.

Nimpha represented the best of my Attraction Marketing lesson from Los Cabos.

Nimpha acted the way you and I need to if we want to attract people to us and our business.

How do you do that?

Here are my thoughts from observing Nimpha.

Focus on the need of the other person.

I cannot guess whether Nimpha was paid based upon how much she sold or not. If she was, her need to earn money did not control her manner with customers.

She was helpful; but she did not pressure me to buy.

She was committed to serving me with what I wanted, which included letting me converse with her in my faltering Spanish. She didn’t make me feel that I was wasting her time.

When I was looking at items to purchase she didn’t try to influence my decisions. She was ready to answer all my questions and didn’t show frustration when I decided to wait.

Nimpha went so far as to agree to have her picture taken with me.

I explained to her that I planned to write a blog about her and wanted a picture. She agreed although I am not sure she really understood what a blog is.

But even her willingness to be photographed is impressive to me.

How willing are you to help the other person even if it doesn't help you- How willing are you to help the other person even if it doesn’t help you? That is the level that you need to reach.

That means listening first to learn of a need.

How do you do that?


You can take a cue from a friend of mine who shared with me that she could always get someone engaged in conversation. Her secret was to ask questions until she found out what interested them. In other words, she was focused on them and their interests. Once she had done that a conversation was ensured.

I find that it makes all the difference when I don’t start a conversation with a goal in mind.

You can make it a game. You win if you connect enough to learn what their need is.

For instance, a cashier at the grocery store is an easy opportunity to practice.

You have a few minutes to visit while they process your purchases. They are trained to greet you and be personable. So you ask questions. You can start with something as simple as, “How long have you worked here?” Maybe you can try, “How do like working here?” Or “How long before you can go home today?”  Their reply to one of those questions usually provides you with something else to ask.

There is no script because that would mean that you have a goal. Just pick a question you like. Where the conversation goes is up to the cashier. If you can have a conversation until it is time to pay for your groceries you win the game. Then if you feel like you would like to keep in touch, ask if you can friend them on Facebook.

Practically everyone is on Facebook, except Nimpha. Almost no one objects to having another person friend them.

Once you are friends, just keep in touch and then suppose they indicate that they could use extra money, message them. Say something like, “I saw that you are thinking about a part time job. Are you open to looking at what I do to earn extra money?”

Julie Burke used Facebook to build a large team and then trained her team to do the same. I love her approach. You can check it out by getting her Social Media Frenzy Guide. It’s free and introduces you to her Social Media Recruiter.

To be successful in marketing you need to be motivated and action oriented without pressure.

Nimpha was motivated and action oriented.

She showed up for work. She was dressed to impress. She was friendly and helpful.

You need to be sharing with numbers of people every day. And it is totally possible to share with numbers of people and still remain focused on their needs. I have been learning from a group of like minded people at Elite Marketing Pro. Here is a link to one of their blog posts on the #1 Network Marketing Skill for 2017. 

By all means, the list of people you need to contact needs to be large and growing. Your list has to include at least 50 people when you initially start; but it needs to be growing.

How many people you invite everyday will depend upon how much money you want to make and how fast you want to see your results. But it makes sense that you have to be adding more names than you are contacting, doesn’t it? That is where using the internet is vital in growing your business while allowing you not to pressure the people on your list.

Calling your list, continuing to grow it, that's showing up for work.Calling your list, continuing to grow it, that’s showing up for work.

You have lots of help in increasing your numbers. I have used the technique taught in the Attraction Marketing Formula by Ferny Ceballos.

I find an unexpected benefit from using the internet.

Because I have that resource, I don’t feel like I need to sign up anyone.

I feel free to talk to people about what they are interested in. As I do that, I can truly focus on what they need without being influenced by my need.

The fact is the bigger your list is, the more you are free to focus on the needs of the people you talk to. The more you focus on their needs, the more likely you are to find the people who need to join you.

Are you open to talking to me about what you need? Feel free to message me.

God bless you,
Connie Suarez

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How to Turbocharge Your Sales Through the Art & Science of Storytelling

Is the art of story telling dead?


You might think so if you are looking for a stock photo of a story teller. But it just isn’t so. Andrew Draughon, Director of Content at Elite Marketing Pro, tells you how to make story telling real and real profitable in your business, in today’s blog.

Read on to learn how to become a masterful story teller and make money doing it.

There’s a boatload of dough to be made through the timeless art of spinnin’ a proverbial yarn.

Don’t believe it?

Hey, people still line up in droves to see stories on the silver screen.

In fact, did you know that total box office revenue in 2016 was $11.3 billion, domestically?

Likewise, 2.71 billion books were sold in 2016.

So yeah, people still read.

And don’t even get me started on how much TV people watch.

…which averages over 5 hours every single day in the U.S., in case you were curious.

So here’s the bottom line:

No matter how much technology evolves, people will always seek out new stories.

And importantly…

People are willing to PAY to consume compelling stories.

And guess what?

The same rules apply to you and your prospects.

After all, selling is nothing more than storytelling.

…where the moral is, “Buy my stuff!” of course! 😉

Don’t worry if this sounds outside your wheelhouse, because…

Everyone has a story to sell!


Don’t blame you.

But think about it…

Think about the brands that you choose to support.

Take a moment to ponder the products you use day-in and day-out (often for decades).

The car in your garage?

There’s a story there.

Are you a Chevy, Ford, or maybe Dodge person?

Or maybe you drive Japanese or European wheels?

Your choice was intentional, no?

The tube of toothpaste in your medicine cabinet?

Yeah, there’s a story there too.

How many years have you been buying the exact same soap, toilet paper, or deodorant?

Well, I know I haven’t changed my preferences in YEARS.

So here’s the dealio…

All brands have a story, including yours.

And you know what?

People love stories.

People love hearing them.

And your prospects will love hearing yours, too.

Why storytelling (still) matters to modern marketers

Okay, so what does all of this have to do with marketing your business?

Let me ask you something…

Would it pique your interest to know that I used to work a downright miserable construction job and learned Internet marketing as a way to escape the utter misery that was my life and get going down another (climate controlled, Porta-Potty free, pants optional) path?

There might be a few good stories in there, right?

Same goes for all team members here at Elite Marketing Pro—despite diverse backgrounds, we all wanted something different from our lives.

And here’s the real thread that ties these narratives together…

Humans relate to stories, especially those of struggle.

Always have and they always will.

Storytelling not only creates an emotional connection between you and your prospects, but also gives them for a reason to get emotionally invested in you.

In an era of incredibly crowded competition…

Telling your story will immediately set you apart from the pack

Storytelling is a subtle but invaluable skill for any and every marketer, (regardless of the industry) because without a compelling story, your brand is ultimately forgettable.

So if you want to survive in the saturated world of modern marketing, you’re going to need to figure out how to tell your story sooner rather than later.

Because if you’re a strong storyteller, people WILL listen to you.

And ultimately buy from you.

However, very few of us are “natural-born” storytellers.

And that’s a-okay.

Thankfully, you don’t have to be a Pulitzer Prize winner to find your voice or make your story work.

In fact, telling your story is pretty simple, once you know a few key formulas.


You don’t have to be Hemingway

I know, I know…

It seems like movie studios, authors, and brands alike have made billions through the art of storytelling; therefore, it must be pretty complicated and specialized, right?

Surely it can’t be learned without years of practice?

Here’s the thing, though:

You can tell (and sell) a pretty decent story without a creative bone in your body.

Well, okay…maybe that’s a bit of a stretch:

A little bit of creativity can go a long way, it’s true.

Connie’s two cents worth: You are made in God’s image and God is creative. You do have a creative bone in your body. Haven’t found it yet? Message me and let’s have a conversation. I’ll bet you with a few answers to my questions you will discover your creative bone. Message me.

That being said, if you can string a couple sentences together, chances are you have the chops to tell a compelling story that can and will effectively sell your prospects.

Think about it for a sec…

Have you ever…

  • Lost something?
  • Felt frustrated or hopeless?
  • Made a change, unsure of how it would go?
  • Overcome an obstacle or solved a problem in your adult life?


Then you have a story, period.

Then the question remains:

How are you going to go about telling it?

Understanding the “shapes” of stories

Perhaps the first step to telling your story is to stop thinking of storytelling as a “creative process” and start thinking of storytelling as a science.

You know, science as in formulas you can follow, and repeat, which produce quantifiable results.

In fact, that’s exactly what the late, great Kurt Vonnegut suggested to readers and writers like.

Vonnegut proposed that the most popular stories throughout time could be adapted into relatively simple “arcs.”

Simply put, Vonnegut noted that stories were essentially “shapes,” (think: like a curve on an X/Y axis) each with their varying ups and downs as the plot progresses.

The highest points on the curve represent wealth and happiness; meanwhile, the lowest points represent poverty, loss and defeat.

Here’s the quick version:

There are quite a few such arcs (look ’em up if you’re curious).

But the three most relevant examples for marketers include the following:

  • Man in Hole – In this story arc, a seemingly ordinary main character falls into a bad situation and eventually gets themselves out of it, learning a thing or two along the way.
  • Boy Meets Girl – Often applied to romance stories, our character stumbles upon something (or someone) that changes their lives, acquires it, loses it and finally gets it back for good.
  • The Cinderella Story – This arc sees our character experience a meteoric rise in status followed by a dramatic drop, but ultimately ending in a happily-ever-after scenario.

These storytelling strategies have been tried and tested for centuries, millennia even.

They work flawlessly whether you’re looking to tug at the heartstrings of an audience or simply make it appear as if you’ve been through hell and back.

Best of all, each of these arcs can be applied beautifully to any marketing strategy without fail.

Choosing your story

If you’re still sitting there thinking that you don’t have a story to tell, fear not.

You don’t have to hit rock bottom to tell a powerful story, nor do you have to pretend that you know some “billion-dollar” secret for the sake of grabbing your prospects’ attention.

For example, take my own “Man in Hole” example from earlier.

Almost every entrepreneur I’ve ever met has as “origin story” revolving around starting off at a soul-crushing 9-to-5 and ending up where they are today.

These sorts of “rags to riches” stories can be found just about everywhere in many different shapes and forms.

  • Oprah Winfrey was born into poverty prior to becoming a billionaire. Extreme example, sure, but compelling nonetheless.
  • Steve Jobs dropped out of college to found Apple; however, he essentially lost control of his own company prior to the eventual “i-Renaissance” that reestablished his legacy.

Even if you don’t consider yourself much of a sports fan, year after year “Cinderella stories” make headlines as underdog teams beat out their established competitors.

Remember that time Clemson beat ‘Bama?

People eat these stories up.

Each of these real-world examples follows Vonnegut’s shapes to a “T.”

Maybe your brand is an unlikely hero.

Or perhaps you’ve hit some bumps in the road on your journey as a marketer…

Maybe you’ve lost money.

Maybe you tried a few things and failed.

That’s great!

You’ve got some solid material.

Now use it.

People will relate, believe me.

Three things every story needs

If you have your story in mind, don’t start writing just yet.

Although you don’t have to be as prolific as Stephen King to tell you story, there are three elements every effective story implements, without fail…

Just as your audience is blasted with marketing messages day-in and day-out, your prospects can easily become blind to hearing the same stories again and again.

Therefore, you need to do everything in your power to make sure that your story packs a punch from the word “go.”

Whether it’s imagery of piling bills and no money in your bank account or the life of luxury you hope to promote to your audience, you should strive to paint a vivid picture first and foremost.

Throw them right into your story and don’t waste their time.

Need help?

Give this a read:

5 Tactics to “Hook” Your Prospects in 15 Seconds or Less!

Think about your audience and their struggles.

What keeps them up at night?

What holds them back from accomplishing their goals?

  • Is it money?
  • Temptation?
  • Lack of focus?

Your story should touch on such pain points to not only make yourself seem more human, but also let your audience know that you understand them.

Remember: while this may be your story, don’t forget what’s most important is the journey of your readers.

Every story has a climax.

That is, the highest point of tension that leads to the turning the point where everything changes.

Ideally, the turning point in your story should be your offer (whatever you’re selling), leaving your readers hungry for more.

It’s easy to get caught up in the storytelling process; however, it’s crucial to insert your product or service as the solution to the problems you present, as the means of actually selling via your story.

A word of warning…

Regardless of what direction you go with your tale, make sure that your story has a purpose.

Bear in mind that your story shouldn’t be fluff or hype, nor should it be an excuse to whine.

Nobody wants to hear that.

Likewise, droning on and on without a clear purpose will turn your readers off.

But always remember this…

You shouldn’t offer up a story that’s free of tension.

For example, I’m much more likely to listen to the guy who dug himself out of a hole versus the guy who’s never worked a day in his life.

While you don’t necessarily have to tug at the heartstrings as your audience (don’t take ’em too low)…

You must take your readers on a journey

Help them understand how you got from “Point A” to “Point B” and take them along for the ride.

The purpose of your story should be to entice your readers to know more about your brand and product whilst simultaneously keeping them on the edge of their seats.

But most importantly, your stories should serve to make you and your offer more attractive to your prospects.

Vonnegut recognized that writers could use these timeless shapes of compelling stories to quickly craft their own.

Thankfully, you can do the same and instantly create a real emotional connection with your prospects.

…a connection which will not only set you apart from the competition, but will also allow you to create a legion of followers that actually look forward to hearing from you.

And the more they hear from you, the more likely that are to buy from you.

Over and over again.

So, now you know the process for telling your story.

Need help finding and growing your audience?

Because successful selling is all about putting your story in front of the right audience, with shared struggles and interests, so they’ll actually want to stick around and hear you out.

You know, so you’re not trying to sell steak to a vegetarian, so to speak.

So if you’re ready to zero in on how to grow an audience that’s predisposed to be captivated by your story…

Tim Erway, our fearless leader and CEO here at Elite Marketing Pro, put together a point-for-point tutorial revealing our exact advertising process in a 100% FREE traffic workshop.

In just over an hour, you’ll discover how you can put together a profitable ad campaign in just 10 minutes a day with as little as $10 in initial ad spend.

In fact…

We’ve used the exact formula to turn a $10 test campaign into $141,246.30 in sales.

Tim will show exactly how we did it, so you can put your story in front of the perfect audience, every time.

So if you haven’t registered yet, what are you waiting for?

Pick a time to attend Tim’s traffic workshop right here, right now!


Until next time,

Andrew Draughon
Director of Content
Elite Marketing Pro


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Andrew Draughon is the Director of Content at Elite Marketing Pro. Yet not long ago Andrew was hauling shingles and hanging drywall for paltry wages in the frigid winters of upstate Pennsylvania. Making the decision to never wake up before sunrise in sub-zero weather again, Andrew moved to Florida, discovered his passion for marketing, and has been working via his laptop ever since.

What I Learned About Attraction Marketing in Los Cabos – If You Aren’t Attractive, Hang Out with Those Who Are

When I went to Los Cabos my to do list did not include holding a couple of colorful parrots.


Even when I saw the parrots perched on their portable roost, I didn’t think, “I need to hold those birds.”

The young man who accompanied the birds wasn’t looking for me or anyone else at the pool to pay him to hold his birds.

He didn’t have too! All he needed to do was walk around with those exotic birds and he had me and others following him as he crossed to the other side of the pool.

I was on my way to the hotel room. But those plans had been forgotten. I was curious to see what would happen. Still, I had no plan to hold the birds.

I intended to be only an observer as others in my group, one by one, held the birds. The birds’ handler carefully instructed each one on how to make a fist and then placed the bird on the human perch that had just been formed.

Picture taking ensued. Then the young man re-positioned the birds; one was cradled in the arms of the bird’s newest friend and the other was placed on a shoulder. More pictures were taken.

Finally, the birds’ owner took them back to their wooden roost. He was gratefully given a tip.

The process began again with another eager bird lover.

What had started as a “No, thank you, I want nothing to do with that,” became a doable thing.

Then it became a “Yes, sir, I want to get my picture with those birds.”

To be honest, I was already beginning to get an idea for this blog and I wanted a good picture to share with you.

So,  I was ready to experience the discomfort of bird claws digging into my fists for the sake of a photo. But guess what, it wasn’t uncomfortable. Instead of sharp claws, I felt a leathery, almost soft grasp of my fists. There was no pain or discomfort. It was fun, especially when I got to cradle one of the birds. I imagined how jealous my puppy Max would be.

I got my pictures. And I have a really good lesson for you and me in how to successfully attract people to our business.

First, you don’t have to be the dynamic, attractive leader to attract people to your business.

Perhaps, you have one of those in your up line and are held back because you think you can never be like him or her. You don’t have to be.

The young man with the birds is nameless in my story because I didn’t get it. His part was to help me handle the birds. His reward was tips. He didn’t go around with a sing saying, “Get your picture taken with two exotic parrots for 500 pesos.”

He just walked around the pool and beach area and all the other resorts in the area with two very attractive birds.

As he walked around with his parrots, he got people’s attention. He wasn’t the center of attention. His birds were.

In the kind of Attraction Marketing Julie Burke used to grow her network marketing business, she used similar attention grabbers.

Julie shares six of her techniques in Julie Burke’s Top Six Tips for Recruiting with Social Media Using Facebook.

These are doable methods that can help you attract people to your page and your business.

Just be yourself, find your attraction “Pair of Parrots,” and wait for people to line up waiting for their turn with you.

Your parrots can be stories of how your company and products are changing lives.

You can share about the single mom whose now has more time for her children.

You can share how someone is healthy since losing weight with your product.

You can tell what kind of difference the business is making in your life.

Just surround yourself with attractive stories.

As you attract folks with your parrots, the folks you attract will draw others to you.

Remember, I was not interested in holding a parrot at first. It definitely did not seem like something I wanted to do.

But as I saw others having a pleasant experience, it felt a lot more doable to me.

As people join you in your business, congratulate them on their successes.

People they relate to will see that it is doable for people like them. They will see that it is pleasant, even fun.

You have no idea how many people are watching you and deciding whether to join you by your reaction to the experience you are having.

I have seen network marketers complain about their company, the cost of traveling to events, of company management, of fellow team members.

Believe me, if one of my friends had flinched when the bird was placed on their fist, I would never have held a bird myself.

So, if you aren’t having a good time with your business, why will anyone join you.

If you can’t say anything good about your experience why are you still doing it?

Do you need a new company with better products and good up line? Or do you need to find a different business model?

Network marketing is an ideal business model for many but not all.

If you are convinced that you are in the right place doing the right thing but have concerns share them with people who can answer your concerns not the people you will drive away.

No company, no team is perfect. But if you, like me, find yourself with an opportunity of a lifetime enjoy it and let others see that.

And do surround yourself with your team and customers who love what you are sharing.

When I have a customer thank me I share that on Facebook. I consider it one of the best perks of what I do.

I have a customer who believes my product saved his life. Another thanks me for sharing it with her; she says she can do what she does to help others because of it.

Those kind of comments are every bit as good as the commissions.

So what you can learn from the parrot handler is to surround yourself with people who will attract the customers you want to help.

Want to learn more about how Julie Burke trains her team? Here is a link to her Social Media Frenzy.

As always, feel free to message me.

God bless you,
Connie Suarez

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The #1 Skill in Network Marketing for 2017 (Which Your Upline Probably Can’t Teach You)

What if you could create a residual income BEFORE you even built a network marketing organization?


…and what if you could do it without prospecting!

Crazy as that might sound, it’s possible—if you know the #1 network marketing skill that’s available today, that is.

Unfortunately, your upline (probably) can’t teach you this skill.

But you’re in luck, because I’m about to share a blog that reveals exactly how it works and how you can use this tactic to solve the single biggest problem most distributors face.

And it has everything to do with automating your business online to create massive leverage, passively generate leads, and spend radically less time prospecting and recruiting.

Sound good?

Let’s dive in!

You’ll learn what I’m talking about in this blog from Ferny Ceballos, Chief Marketing Officer of Elite Marketing Pro.

Network marketing is quickly evolving

Normally you want to find new people who might become your customers and who might also build your team.

And to do that, you’re normally taught to…

  • Make a list of friends and family so you can approach your warm market
  • Approach your cold market and talk to anyone with a pulse
  • Live with awareness, start a conversation with everyone you meet, and collect their contact information

Sound familiar?

Now, does that stuff all work?

Absolutely, but those activities are very time intensive.

And in today’s age…

Why wouldn’t you want to take advantage of more “modern” options that aren’t as time intensive as well?

Case in point:

Facebook and social media allow us to connect with people in a similar fashion…

…without requiring us to leave home!

In fact, my friend Julie Burke recruited 80% of her team of 8,300 distributors using Facebook—while at home, raising her two boys, in just a couple of years.

That’s incredible!

And incidentally, Julie joined forces with our team here at Elite Marketing Pro to create a training guide that reveals her exact social media recruiting strategies.

Grab your free copy right here.

Fast forward to today:

Julie is focused on ONE thing.

And it’s a skill that, in my opinion, is the #1 skill you can learn right now as a network marketer to create incredible leverage and help you recruit more more people.

What is that skill?

It’s Facebook advertising!

Now, I know that might scare a few of you who hear the word “advertising” and immediately think…

“Wait, I have to spend money!?”

And yes, you do have to spend money.

But here’s the thing:

Your ad budget could start at five dollars a day…

(So just don’t go to Starbucks and there’s your budget.)

…and the payoff is massive!

The way we use Facebook advertising (also called “Sponsored Posts”) is simple.

We provide value by posting videos and content our audience is going to like.

And we teach our members to do the same thing.

What if you could create Facebook posts designed to attract top quality prospects?

Because if you want to show your ad to a top network marketer’s audience, or you want to show it to all the distributors of a particular company, you can!

For instance, you can show it to audiences that follow Robert Kiyosaki, John Maxwell, or Tim Ferriss.

You can also show your ad to people that are interested in certain topics, such as health and wellness, nutrition, or fitness.

You’ve got a ton of options, which you can read more about here:

16 Ways to Refine Your Facebook Ad Targeting

Keep in mind that your ad is not supposed to pitch!

It’s supposed to be value-driven.

It’s about what can you do for people and how you can solve their problems.

It doesn’t have to be complicated, either.

Some of our members are sharing content from this blog and are able to generate leads every single day.

Read more about the type of value-rich content we post on Facebook here:

A ’Caveman Simple Way’ to Run INSANELY Profitable “Ads” on Social Media WITHOUT Advertising

There are two types of ads you can use on Facebook

These will help draw people to you every single day so you never have to prospect (if you don’t want to).

The first type is called an…

Facebook’s algorithm knows who’s more likely to engage with your post—such as liking it, commenting on it, and sharing it.

So when you “boost” a valuable piece of content, Facebook will optimize its audience for those people who are most likely to respond.

This works great when you tease (but don’t disclose) your product or opportunity.

People will often post in the comments and say…

“This sounds interesting. I’d like more information.”

They’ll even direct message you and engage in a private conversation.

This works because it’s not about you; it’s about what can you do for people.

The reason people are asking for “more information” is because they believe you can help them solve their problem.

We have students who speak with over a dozen such prospects a day!

They only catch is you have to execute this tactic correctly (otherwise you’ll wind up repelling the very prospects you were wanting to attract).

Click the link below to learn more.

How to Recruit with Facebook Sponsored Posts

The best part is that if you do this correctly, people aren’t even clicking to read the blog post, instead they’re all just commenting and saying…

“Hey, I’d like to just talk to you about this and see it’s a fit for me.”

Now, what more valuable skill can you learn in network marketing and direct selling than the ability to passively attract people to you and your opportunity?

Taking this a step further, the second type of ad you can run on Facebook is the…

Messaging ads includes a special call to action function, which directs people straight to a private message with you.

It’s similar to the engagement type of ad described above, but it cuts out the “middleman” of the blog post—so you don’t need a piece of content, or even a website.

And when they click on the ad using their phone it opens up the Messenger window and begins a conversation with you.

Pretty cool, right?


You can attract any audience you choose

Depending on what you’re promoting.

Basically, if somebody has a Facebook Page, you can target their audience (for example, Robert Kiyosaki’s audience).

You also want to go after the audiences of a company to see if any of the distributors want to join your team.

You can even target according to demographics, age, gender, marital status, employment status, employer, and more.

The options are limitless!

What happens next?

Now that you’ve learned how to create massive leverage by attracting prospects through placing Facebook ads, do you know how to actually recruit a prospect that seeks you out?

Do you know what to say to enroll them?

Contrary to what you might have been taught, the process of enrollment can also be largely optimized and automated, so you’re not having to speak with anyone one-on-one—if you don’t want to.

Want to learn more?

Then I highly recommend signing up for my free online recruiting bootcamp.

You’ll see the exact online business building strategies I use to passively generate 300–500 leads per day, 30–50 customers per day, and recruit 70–100 new serious business builders into my business each month.

All with absolutely no phone calls, home parties, or hotel meetings.

So if you’re ready to get started…

Simply click here and I’ll gladly give you access to my 10-day bootcamp.

And if you found this content helpful, I would love to read your comments below!


Ferny Ceballos
Chief Marketing Officer
Elite Marketing Pro


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What I Learned About Attraction Marketing in Los Cabos – Rodney Delivered Value

Why would you walk out of a resort with crashing waves and warm sun? Why would you leave all-inclusive restaurants, buffets, and snack bar to pay for food and drinks?

The Bar and Rodney are why.

Value is why.

Relationship is why.


Across the street from the Gran Faro Resort was a smallish sidewalk establishment called The Bar.

Rodney owned or managed The Bar. Rodney felt like our friend.

The first time our group went over to The Bar, I had stayed back at the resort. I was still “in resting after the flight” mode. Again, why walk across the street . . .

On the other hand, why would you not walk across the street for the feeling of spending time with a friend who serves “the steak taco.”

As I was relaxing in the shade on the beach, I was joined by my daughter who began praising the steak taco Rodney had served for only $1.50. There was so much tender, juicy steak in the taco. And the condiments! The condiments served with “the taco” only added to “the value.”

Did I regret staying behind and not going to The Bar or as our group called it, Rodney’s? Not for long. We went back several times.

I tried the steak taco, of course; it was every bit as good as reported. I also tried a fish taco – yum!

Our last trip over to Rodney’s found my appetite lacking. I didn’t want much to eat. The menu offered nachos for $1.50.

If I had thought about what else had been offered for $1.50 I would have reconsidered. However, I wasn’t reasoning well and ordered the nachos.

What was I thinking? I didn’t even try to finish the nachos. I couldn’t, even with help from the others at the table.

And that is when the obvious truth of why Rodney’s kept drawing us away from the all-inclusive resort restaurants.

Enormous value was offered in the context of a friendly atmosphere.

As attraction marketers, if you are a network marketer you need to be an attraction marketer, we can learn a lot from Rodney and the nachos.

Offer your best and lavish it on the world.

Give value and let people know that you care about them.

Offer what people want and need and let them know that you are a friend.

If you successfully do that, you will draw people from the crowds of others trying to offer the same, and you will deliver.

Value served with friendship.

You can’t top that. It is like a mountain of nachos smothered in cheese and jalapenos with  a huge scoop of guacamole.

The world will not be able to resist.

Better yet, you will feel very good about what you do.

How many times has a network marketing strategy left you feeling good about what you do?

So how do you offer value in the context of friendship?


Offline, you spend time with folks. You listen to them. Listen to them because you care about them. Listen to them without an agenda.

What will that look like for you?

You will not look for an opportunity to segue into sharing about your business. It will be like you have taken the day off.

How will it feel for your friend or the stranger you have just met?

It will feel like an amazing moment when they get to talk about whatever is on their mind.

Think about it. When was the last time someone really listened to you . . . without giving you advice.

I remember once I was preparing to take a weekend trip that I had planned for weeks. As the weekend approached I felt a cold coming on.

Not wanting to miss the trip, I called our church prayer chain and asked that folks would pray for me.

I received a ridiculous number of calls from friends, who I know believe in prayer. They were offering me remedies.

I know they they were concerned. But you know what? I didn’t feel their concern. I felt like my request for prayer had been ignored.

They may have prayed in addition to offering advice. But it didn’t feel that way.

How many times do we as network marketers make that mistake?

Your company offers products that are amazing. It is hard not to switch to the sales pitch mode as soon as someone mentions a need that your products can help.

“Nobody cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.” Theodore Roosevelt.

The key is to care, not just act like you care.

Empathize with who you are listening to. That means imagine how they are feeling as they talk to you.

As you empathize with your friend, check out whether you “get it.”

Respond with a remark like, “It sounds like you are very frustrated.”

Now wait for her to say yes, that is what she is feeling; or no, actually, she is feeling angry or hurt.

Active listening like this will make you more tuned in with the person you are talking to. It is almost magic.

As you use active, empathetic  listening, the real magic happens. You quit needing to share your business or product with them.

When you care about someone, you focus on their needs not your own. I love when this happens. It makes me feel good about being a network marketer.

Now that you truly care about your friend or family member, you’ll know what you need to do next.

That will depend on what you learned while listening.

What concerns them most?

What is their pain source?

What keeps them awake at night?

What can you offer to help?

I believe that if you have truly connected in a caring way, it may be appropriate to respond immediately.

For instance, if you sense that you need to pray for them. You wouldn’t wait to tell them you will be praying. You would tell them then. But you probably would follow up in a few days to see how you can continue to pray.

Similarly, if you sense that your friend needs to hear about your product. Suppose your product is designed to solve a specific problem your friend mentioned. You should tell them you have some information that they need to see or read. Then arrange how and when you will share that information.

It is likely that it would be best to arrange a phone call. You can say something like this,

“Right now isn’t a time to go into details, but I have some information that you would find helpful. Are you open to (watching a video, reading a brochure, etc.)?”

When they say yes, set up a time to get the info to them. They probably will say yes; but if they don’t you will find it much easier to graciously accept that, since you have connected with their needs.

Online (1)

Although the tools will be different, the approach to online recruiting should be based upon the same philosophy.

Listening to your target market with empathy.

How will that look?

You engage with folks on your preferred social media.

Julie Burke chose Facebook. She had been a network market for some time. Then she started a new network marketing business. She chose not to share with her friends in the traditional way.

Perhaps, she was a little embarrassed to admit that she was actually doing it one more time. Or maybe she sensed her friends were tired of hearing of net work marketing.

She used Facebook in a non spamy way that was very appealing to her Facebook friends.

Julie built a successful team and trained her team to use the same technique. She built a large organization using her technique.

Then she shared her secret with the folks at Elite Marketing Pro.

I love her training.

Maybe you will too. you can check it out without it costing you a dime. Click here to receive her free Social Media Frenzy. If it makes sense to you, buy the whole training.

My friends at Elite Marketing Pro are the ones who have given me help in growing as an Attraction Marketer. They focus on online marketing; but believe it or not they have grown me in my offline skills as well.

There are other ways to build your business online.

Tyson Zahner introduced me to Attraction Marketing Formula, another training program from Elite Marketing Pro.

Tyson uses the approach of Facebook advertising to reach a targeted audience and send them sales info by email.

It worked for him because he signed me up for a class of his.

Cari and Whit Higham use Facebook ads to attract people to their Facebook Fan Page and then they engage with them similarly to how you might engage with the server at your favorite restaurant.

The difference for Cari and Whit is that they are drawing people who are more inclined to be interested in joining them in the business using targeted Facebook ads.

Tyson and Cari and Whit all got started with their marketing approach with another training from Elite Marketing Pro – Attraction Marketing Formula. By clicking on this link you’ll receive a Free 10 Day Boot Camp to check out Attraction Marketing Formula.

Julie, Tyson, Cari and Whit are like Rodney.

They have set up shop in a place that will attract attention and then they deliver value.

What I like about this story is that each of us have a unique personality.

What I have just described gives you and your personality lots of options.

Are you interested?

Here are the links again:

Social Media Recruiter

Attraction Marketing Formula – 10 Day Boot Camp

Just want to visit with me for more info, click here.

God bless you,
Connie Suarez
Phone: 720-507-8231




Are Online Recruiting Strategies & Affiliate Programs Compliant with My Network Marketing Company?

Are you worried that marketing yourself online will set off the “bells and whistles” in your company?

DispleasureWell, today Ferny Ceballos is going to answer the question, once and for all. So read the rest of this blog by Chief Marketing Officer for Elite Marketing Pro.

And hopefully we can finally put this pesky conversation to rest.

Because as entrepreneurs, we need to behave like entrepreneurs.

And the real sticking point here comes down to mindset, believe it or not.

First, I want to share a little story…

‘Cause with my first network marketing company, this became a big issue.

My upline tried to stop me!

So back when I was new to the industry, I quickly discovered online recruiting strategies, yet I was also very dedicated to my company—it was an older, established company, and I really wanted to make it work.

I liked the people there, but I didn’t like the way they were asking us to build our businesses.

My goal was to build my business seriously, but all I found was a lot of hype at the events, and there wasn’t any skillset-based training available.

In contrast, when I went online, I discovered a real process.

Not only was I being spoken to like an adult, but I was also told to learn certain skills, so I was like, “Awesome, let’s do it!”

And as a result…

I built an online lead generation campaign

…which, importantly, did not mention the company name at all.

And quickly I started generating leads who were specifically interested in something my organization and company were offering.

Then somebody higher up in my organization—not the company itself, mind you, but a member of my upline—found out how I was promoting.

And they weren’t happy.

Most of the time, these types of issues are brought up by someone in your upline.

And this is usually true, I’ve found, because the company itself has bigger fish to fry.

In my case, my upline reported my activities to other higher-ups, and I received a voicemail that pretty much said…

“You are risking your distributorship and ultimately your business!”

They said I could be terminated

And they expected me to immediately stop what I was doing and to be afraid.

Instead, my response was…

“Wait, I’m not doing anything wrong. I’m not mentioning the company, nor am I mentioning this team or organization. This is my personal deal.”

Well, that was the beginning of the end for me, with that particular company.

Firstly, because I knew darn well what I could and could not do.

But more than anything, the situation pissed me off because I felt like, for the very first time, I was deploying tactics that actually made sense to me.

I was being taught and implementing actual skills and finding success generating leads—attracting people who wanted to talk to me about what I was doing.

Yet I was being threatened, even though I wasn’t violating any policies, I wasn’t using any company names or brands, or anything like that.

How will your upline react?

Scare tactics are often used by top earners who don’t want you to do anything different from how they did it.

Unfortunately, there’s a lot of pettiness in the industry, and unlike most business leaders in other industries, many network marketing top earners are afraid to evolve.

They don’t want you to seek out the “latest and greatest” ways of doing business.

They’re negative about what happens online because they don’t understand it, they don’t know how to do it, and they aren’t secure about it.

The intimidation tactic they often use, much like they did with me, is that you’re “risking your business” and the “company will get upset.”

Now, this doesn’t describe everybody in network marketing, of course.

There are a lot of pioneers who are more progressive.

I’ve met a lot of different network marketers who have built in a variety of different ways, so there’s no one way of building this business.

It’s actually pretty diverse!

So how can your company restrict you?

Well, your company can legally restrict you if you’re using…

  • Their company logos,
  • Their brand names, or
  • Anything related to the company

…so don’t mention your company at all, because they do have a right to restrict their property.

But you also don’t want to mention the company for strategic reasons, because then YOU become the focus.

Here’s what I mean…

Instead of people asking:

“Can this company help me accomplish x, y, and z?”

The focus becomes:

“Can Ferny help me accomplish x, y, and z?”


“Can Jeanie or can Mary help me accomplish this particular thing in my life?”

And thus…

YOU become the focus!

Those are the questions you want people to be asking themselves (and YOU want to the one be answering them, as well).

So here’s the bottom line, strictly based on compliance and common sense:

Your company cannot restrict you from creating an online brand


If you choose to start a website and start branding yourself, the company can’t legally restrict you from doing it.

They also can’t restrict you from…

  • Starting another business, as long as it’s not a competitor
  • Opening a barbershop
  • Going into sales (whether you’re selling timeshares or something else)
  • Participating in affiliate programs

Amazon has an affiliate program, for instance.

If you choose to be a blogger tomorrow, you can start promoting products on Amazon and making money.

And you’re still not violating any company policies, because this is separate from the network marketing business.

The only thing any company can legally do…

…is restrict the use of their name, their brands, and their products.

Which isn’t anything to fret about, because if you build your business how I recommend, you won’t be using them anyway!

And on that note…

If you’d like to build an automated selling and prospecting system to attract your own highly-interested prospects to your product or opportunity online, click here to gain access to my FREE 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp!

Additionally, a company cannot keep you from establishing your own brand or creating your own non-MLM business.

And here’s the real kicker…

MOST of the time, when an upline threatens a distributor, and tells them they’re going to lose their distributorship, the distributor in question isn’t actually making much (if any) money in their business.

So the question becomes…

“What are you so afraid of losing?”

It makes no logical sense.

But again, we’ve been so indoctrinated in the network marketing space—“drinking the Kool-Aid”—that our company is the BEST company, with the best products in the world, and the best comp plan in the world, etc.

So it’s easy to think…

“I don’t want to lose my company, or my chances of financial freedom are gone forever.”

But when you logically look at things, that’s just ridiculous.

There are literally thousands of companies out there!

There’s likely a company out there with a better comp plan and a better product than you have.

But the the comp plan and the product do NOT make the business.

YOU make the business!

You can become a top earner in any company as long as you develop the skillsets to become a top earner, regardless of the comp plan or the product.

That’s not to say that the product or the comp plan don’t matter, but it’s such a tiny part of the whole equation.

And so, literally, if you’re having these emotional responses to threats from your upline and you’re afraid of losing the business, then lose the business!


There’s plenty of great opportunities out there.

But, on the bright side, the threats are simply not going to materialize.

Like I said, the company has better stuff to do.

However, for the sake of argument…

Let’s say your company decides to get involved

If you’re a lonely little distributor, they won’t care unless you’re using their brands and their product names.

However, if you’re a top earner and have a big downline, they may get involved and try to control you.

Now, before we go any further…

Note: I’m NOT a lawyer or an attorney!

You should always consult appropriate legal council and read your company’s guidelines when seeking legal advice.

That said, here’s the deal…

If your company does not like the way you look at them, they can terminate your distributorship.

You have NO rights as a distributor.

They don’t even have to give you a good reason to terminate you.

So this is what I mean when I tell people:

You’re not in a business, you’re self-employed.

Sure, you can make a lot of money as a distributor of a company by being self-employed.

But you’re still not your own business.

Thus, ultimately, if you want to create true security, leverage, and control, then…

You want to establish your own brand

You want to create your own following, so your company is a part of your business, and not the entire deal.

Then you have the ability to walk away without worrying about losing your income.

Because if a company simply doesn’t like what you’re doing, regardless of whether you’re in compliance or not, they can terminate your distributorship.

It’s happened many times, by the way!

And to me, that’s all the more reason why you want to develop the skillsets to become independent and have the ability to walk away, without worrying about your income also going away.

The reason I built a brand back when I was new in network marketing was because I never wanted to be threatened again.

I never wanted to be in the position where I was too weak or lacked the resources to simply walk away.

That’s what building a brand helps you do!

Here’s the bottom line:

If you’re in business for yourself, then…

You need to start making business decisions, not emotional decisions

What’s in the best interest of your income, your future, and your family?

Don’t make decisions related to a “friendship” with your upline.

I almost guarantee as soon as you decide that you’re not going to build the business anymore, they stop being your friend.

Don’t fool yourself into believing that their friendship is 100% real.

If they continue being your friend, then that’s a true friend.

But I know very few leaders in this industry that don’t take leaving a company personally.

This is one of the reasons why I hate the indoctrination tactics used by a lot of companies.

They use religion, politics, or other cult strategies to indoctrinate you because it keeps you in the business.

You need to be stronger than that!

You need to see through it and ask yourself the questions…

“Does it benefit me to stay with this company?”


“Can I do better elsewhere or do better with a different strategy?”

Ultimately, those are decisions you have to make.

And I’m hoping you make the decision that’s the mature business decision.

I don’t mind upsetting a few people!

I’ve already done it many times.

Among old-school earners, I’m not a very well-liked person.

However, progressives in the network marketing space are attracted to what we do here at Elite Marketing Pro.

This is one of those messages that slaps people around a little bit and brings them back to reality.

It makes people realize that this is their business.

So if you are truly in business for yourself, then…

You to make business decisions that will benefit YOU!

Like I said at the start…

As entrepreneurs, we need to behave like entrepreneurs.

So if you’re ready to create the leverage and security of your own business using the Internet.

Then I highly recommend signing up for my free online recruiting bootcamp.

You’ll see the exact online business building strategies I use to generate 300–500 leads per day, 30–50 customers per day, and recruit 70–100 new serious business builders into my business each month!

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And if you found this content helpful, I would love to read your comments below!


Ferny Ceballos
Chief Marketing Officer
Elite Marketing Pro


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