Eric Worre recently did a four part must see video interview with Gary Vaynerchuck.
There are countless golden nuggets buried within this ‘say it like it is’ debate and we are going to elaborate on a few.
So back to the major question: Are you involved in a MLM Marriage or MLM Prostitution? Here is one definition that leads to many.
Gary talks about doing what you love and cashing in on your passion.
As a network marketing professional, are you serving your passion? Or are you strapped into the quick cash mentality? Do you really want to be a network marketer and serve a goal and purpose larger than a downline? Or are you simply doing it for the money.
Of course we all want to make money, but if money is the sole motivation, chances are that you might be accomplishing the opposite.
Let’s dig even deeper.
Gary also mentions that social media is one of the best things that’s happened to the network marketing industry.
While this is true, it’s debatable that it is also the worse.
“Good is going to win, bad is going to lose”, as Gary expressed.
Social media makes it extremely hard to hide and become successful at the same time. The network marketers that’s given the MLM industry a bad rap through scams and unethical business practices now get exposed through a few Tweets and blog posts.
So why is social media bad for network marketing? Spend some time on Twitter and Facebook and experience what the majority are up to: Automated one line pitches vs. Valuable content and authenticity. Or, MLM Marriage vs. MLM Prostitution.
So let’s think ‘Gary’ here for a minute:
If we should be following our passions, creating value while serving our industry and there is no more place to hide with social media network marketing, is it possible to survive as an avid MLM Jumper?
If building a rock solid network marketing business in the new world of social media is dependent on true authenticity and and building a respectable personal brand, can you still be taken seriously in the public eye by jumping from one opportunity to the next?
We are not talking about going through and ethical divorce, the sincere decision to change companies for personal or business reasons. But rather the juggling act of getting caught up in the moment of hype and grabbing every MLM opportunity that meets the eye.
What are your thoughts? (comment below)