Einstein’s sponsoring secret

I’m sure you’ve heard of Einstein’s definition of insanity…

“Doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results.”

For example…

Adding 2+2 again and again expecting it to equal 5 at some point.

Or jumping up and down over and over expecting you’ll eventually reach the moon.

Or to bring it more home…

Doing exactly what you’ve been doing in your network marketing business for the past year, 2 years, or maybe even 5 years… and expecting things to change.

Like…

Continuing to invite friends, family and relatives to join your business.

Or prospecting strangers, making cold calls and shaking hands at networking events.

Or posting links to your products and business on Facebook like crazy.

If you’re guilty of committing any of the above and you don’t have results you can brag about… and YET continue thinking “it’s a numbers game and I just need to talk to more people”

Technically that’s INSANE.

You’re doing the same thing and expecting a different result.

Now this may seem a bit harsh.

But here’s the truth…

If you don’t change your approach, your results in this business aren’t going to get any better.

Things are going to stay exactly the same. And you’ll keep dealing with all the rejection, frustration and disappointment.

The good news is…

The choice is ultimately YOURS.

Do you want things to stay the same?

OR…

Do you want to do something about it and start attracting high quality prospects to you… recruit new people with ease… and build the kind of business you’ve been dreaming about since you signed up with your company?

If you choose the latter…

Then I suggest you grab this book and apply the ideas you’ll discover inside.

These ideas could radically change your business.

Get Your Copy Here

glasses and book

Talk soon,

Vitaly Grinblat
Chief Wordsmith & the Editor of 
Elite Marketing Pro Newsletter

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