Which type of Network Marketer are you?

After attending a network marketing event with WorldVentures Founder and Chief Visionary Officer Wayne Nugent, Said met with a small group of network marketing professionals and asked them, “Which type of network marketer are you?”

“In my experience,” Said explained, “there are three types of network marketers.”

  1. Consumer: The consumer uses the product faithfully. The consumer may refer friends or family, but does not have a goal for building the business.
  2. Salesman: The salesman sells the product to everyone. The salesman is excited and tells everyone about the product, at times overselling it. The salesman will attempt to build the business, but will be inconsistent and may experience ups and downs in the team-building process.
  3. Leader: The leader is the most important type of network marketer. The leader knows that to build a strong, stable foundation, leaders are imperative. The leader looks for other people who exhibit leadership qualities, are dedicated to continually improving themselves, and work with the team.

Which type of network marketer are you? Take a look at your success thus far. If you do not have a goal with a solid plan that has consistently grown your business through leaders, you may be time to reevaluate yourself.

Become a leader, then recruit leaders to build your business together.

“The only way you lose in network marketing,” Said said, “is by quitting.”

Said has trained world-class network marketers for over 15 years. The results? 50 international network marketing companies have doubled, and even TRIPLED, their income after his training.

If you truly want your network marketing business to reach a new level of success, register for our training, Master Your Mindset: Think Like a Network Marketing Pro, scheduled for Saturday, February 10, 2018.

In this one-day course facilitated by Said Davlatov, you will learn how to:

  • Avoid the common pitfalls in network marketing
  • Set smart goals and steps to take action to achieve your goals
  • Create duplication in your team
  • Think like a professional networker with a business mindset
  • Foster a strong team spirit to build leaders.

Register with code NETWORKERVIP by 11:59 PM on December 31, 2017 to receive a special bonus gift at the event.

 

How to Become a Successful Leader

TWU College of Business invited Dr. Said Davlatov to share his wisdom on leadership and entrepreneurship at How to Become a Successful Leader with students at Texas Woman’s University. To be a leader and achieve success, Said inspired students to:

  • Invest in Yourself and Your Knowledge:  The best investment is an investment in yourself! The more you learn and apply in your life, the more you earn and are able to serve others and give back. “Spend money doing good, bringing more good into the world.”
  • Plan Your Future:  Imagine and write down everything you want in your life for the next 100 years. If you don’t plan your future, someone else will.
  • Get a Mentor:  “Only a great person can help another person become great.” Identify a person who is where you want to be and ask them to be your mentor. By using and applying your mentor’s experience, you start further in the process and will ultimately reach your goals faster.
  • Be a Mentor:  “Share everything you know with others.” Whether you believe it or not, someone looks up to you because you are where they want to be. Use your knowledge to help someone else create their own success.

No matter what your current situation is, by taking the first step, you can become a successful leader. And, if you need help along the way, Said and his Worldpreneur team can help you get there.

Change Your Mindset, Change Your Life

Have you ever wondered:

  1. How do you get out of the poverty mindset and become wealthy?
  2. How do you overcome the fear of failure and have the confidence to take the first step to build a business?
  3. How easy is it for someone in their 40s or 50s who has struggled or has not been successful to change their mindset?

Recently, Chuck Jaffee interviewed International Speaker, Trainer, Author, and Entrepreneur Said Davlatov for his podcast on MoneyLifeShow.com. Said answers these questions and provides insight into his personal experience of going from homelessness to creating over 50 companies and becoming a multi-millionaire in a country where the average income is less than $500 per month.

Click the image below now to listen to the full interview!

In his groundbreaking book, Me and Money: The Psychology of Wealth, Said explores the relationship between you and money. This is a book that will ignite you to understand the ways you can enhance and grow wealth by changing your mindset.

3 Simple Steps to Manage Yourself and Maximize Your Results

Your success is a result of something.

It can be measured in money, but money should not be the sole reason you pursue success.

Everything has a cost. You determine how you spend your time.

How do you choose how to spend your time? Do you have a daily schedule, and a plan of tasks to check off your list? Here are three steps to maximizing your results.

#1. Don’t manage your time; manage yourself and your actions.

You must prioritize your actions to make the most impact, and return the most results.

#2. Identify the most important activities and make sure these always come first.

Important activities accelerate results. Focus your time and efforts here!

Next are everyday responsibilities. These activities are part of your daily routine. Delegate these tasks to leverage your time.

#3. Eliminate unimportant tasks.

Unimportant tasks are tasks that are unnecessary and return no results. Remove these from your schedule.

By focusing my efforts on tasks that have the greatest return, I was able to achieve 90% my life plan in only 10 years. Now, I have a new life plan with new goals.

It’s easy to get overwhelmed in activity. Successful people manage their time well.

You can do it too!

By preparing and creating a plan, you can reach your dreams faster.

Who is your mentor?

Who is your mentor? More importantly, who do you mentor yourself?

The infinite world is about giving back. Mentoring others is how we can truly pour what we have learned back into the world, creating an infinite number of possibilities for impacting and changing lives.

At Worldpreneur, we are focused on helping you mentor others. A good mentor will help you do things you would never do in order to grow. Mentors push you past your limits and help you see the positive outcome that is just on the other side of fear.

For the past several years, I have traveled the world doing business, teaching seminars, and helping people focus on reaching their next level of success. Many times, my teachings are centered on money. But with money, it is always about a relationship, and it is the same way with personal growth.

How are you investing in your relationships?

In every relationship, we are provided the opportunity to mentor. Whether that mentorship is about business, money, or just life, you have a chance to impact someone’s life by sharing your time and investing in those relationships.

If you aren’t mentoring or being mentored, consider how you can give back and how you can connect with those who will help you grow. The infinite world exists to help others see their potential while we grow together in success.

Me and Money Book

One of the things we are most excited about is the release of our latest book in America. Worldpreneur is honored to announce the launch of Me and Money: The Psychology of Wealth, here in the US! Millions of copies of this book have already changed people’s relationship with money all around the world. Pre-ordering has already begun, and the response has been incredible.

Think about your relationship with money. Do you control the way money works in your life or does it control you? This book changes the way we see money and how it works in our lives.

Join the Me and Money giveaway. To celebrate, we are giving away 5 (YES 5!) books per week until the official book launch on October 1st.

The psychology of money is an important thing to think about because every relationship, even the one we have with money, impacts our lives every single day.

What is your relationship with money?

The answer to this one question will determine whether you are rich or poor.

If you do not know the answer, you are more than likely to spend your life struggling. If you can discover the answer, you can improve.

What is your relationship with money? Often people don’t realize that there is an emotional feeling about money.

The way you treat money is the way you treat yourself. Do you invest? Are you afraid of it? Do you care enough about saving it? Many people wonder where and why to invest.

But they can’t know any of that until they understand their relationship with money. When you learn how to manage money, it will come on its own in abundance.

Giving

Giving is a reward. An infinite world is about helping others, lifting them up. Many people cannot understand how to do that. Recently, we joined our friends at OnFire Leadership Company to serve at a children’s home in Texas. Serving and giving back is something that changes your mindset, changes your life, not just the life you are serving.

Throughout the day, we served alongside our OnFire interns and employees working the soil, cleaning up the yard, and trimming bushes in order to create and maintain the space where many children live, learn, and grow.

Kids from infants to college age live in this community. If they stay at the children’s home through and graduate high school, they can go to college for free.

They are taught leadership skills, how to collaborate and communicate, but most importantly, they are given love.

Worldpreneur is on a mission to help everyone give. And, we surround ourselves with other givers. OnFire has been serving this orphanage for two decades. “It’s a reward that money cannot buy,” says Tiarra Tompkins, Vice President. “We believe our company is unlike any other in America. We hire givers and we only work with clients who are givers. That means you’ll find every one of our interns and team members serving whether it’s in an orphanage or on the street with the homeless at our events.”

The Value of Mentors

Every person that I have met on my path of life is my mentor because they have shared a part of their experience with me. Some believe that their mentors are luminaries or famous people.

My primary mentors are my students.

That’s because the art of teaching is a two-way process. I express my deep gratitude to all the participants of my training that contributed to the creation of it. Many of my students have used this knowledge adequately and have achieved success and prosperity! But, what about the ones who haven’t?

As you travel through life, you’ll discover that at times you’re the mentor, and at other times the mentee.

Be what you are supposed to be at any given time. Teach, and learn. Be open and abundant in it all. Be ready to receive it all. There are times when you’ll step into the leadership role of the mentor and there are other moments when you step into the leadership role of the mentee, you see, because leaders are committed to lifelong learning. Learn, teach, and grow. Be open to the idea of mentors.

Sincerely, S. Davlatov

Invest in Your Future

Time, money, and effort are the three components of investing in your future.

Each of these things is of course up to you. How do you invest your time? How do you invest your money and your energy and effort? Some people don’t invest wisely.

I’ve learned that life will give you nothing if you are not ready to invest.

Investing has a certain amount of sacrifice attached to it. It is not giving, and it is certainly not receiving. The word invest makes on think of the concept of putting away now, for the future.

To invest is to know you’re doing something important.

You have to learn and give first . . . invest time, invest money, invest effort first. You must keep going even if you are tired or ready to give up. You cannot always take from life. Life does not give to people who only seek to take or receive. Life does not give to people who are always waiting. Life gives to people who first give.

Think of the farmer who sows his seeds first before he harvests his crop.

If you never plant seeds in the spring, you will never harvest your crops in the fall. When you give, you receive one hundred-fold. Giving is living! In order to invest in your future, you must have a clear understanding of who you are and what you want to be. I encourage you to be more than just a taker, or someone who is only existing in this world.

“When you make mistakes, you’ve got to be able to face them, overcome them, learn from them, and move on.

Another successful trait that high achievers share is preparation. Unless you lay the proper foundation, any great idea is bound to fail. Planning is essential for success.

You need to learn to plan your life. Those who do not plan the future must accept the fact that others are doing it for them. It is impossible to succeed without planning success. And remember, if you sow the seeds of poverty, do not expect the emergence of wealth.”

-Excerpt from Me and Money

Success begins with you!

No matter who you are, Success is in your hands. You can determine how successful you want to be.

I spoke recently to a group of students about success and shared these principles with them. I do not always talk about success or money, but the teaching is always about life.

Your life is determined by the investment you make in it.

My first book to be released in America is Me and Money.

The title is catchy but invariably I was questioned about the origin. Addressing the Me, is important first before anything in life, as that is the one who determines your feelings and relationship with money.

The Me must come before the Money. How will you think about money? How will you treat it, and how will you grow it?

I’m a business owner of several companies globally, but not everyone has to be.

I teach people to focus on serving others, and becoming better in who they are. When we do that, we can change the world. Join me on this journey.

 

Author:

Said Davlatov is a global author and entrepreneur with a mission to help others succeed.

His books have sold millions of copies across the world, and his groundbreaking book, Me and Money, helps people think differently about their relationship with wealth. Said is also the author of multiple global bestsellers in Europe and Asia. He is dedicated to changing lives through Worldpreneur, a mission and site devoted to offer personal development tools and resources to individuals and organizations.