What Do You DO When Your Upline Doesn’t Want You to Use the Internet to Build? - Catherine Ann Clayton

What Do You DO When Your Upline Doesn’t Want You to Use the Internet to Build?

It’s normal for people who have not built their business this way to have a negative attitude. Human beings fear of the unknown. 

It’s natural for people to fear what they don’t know

Not only is it natural to fear the unknown, it’s natural to attack it too.

Know that your up-line if they haven’t built a business online, then they’re talking about something they don’t truly understand.

Building a business online is completely different than building it offline.

It requires different methods and an entirely different skill set.

Building offline is something you can admire and appreciate—and I certainly do—and respect anyone that’s done it.

But if a leader hasn’t done anything online, and they’re talking ‘smack’ about it, then they have no credibility in my book.

Respect them, but don’t give in to their doubt and fear.

But in today’s day and age, more and more leaders in the network marketing space are starting to accept that you can actually build on social media and using Internet marketing, and the proof is in the pudding.

You see people everywhere who are successfully building online.

The proof is all around you.

You don’t need the approval of anyone else

Move forward no matter what others say to you.

I can provide you a lot of support as it relates to this, and I can offer you advice based on your personal situation.

This sums up mindset:

  1. Master the unknown.
  2. Learn how to overcome adversity (and not be a weenie).
  3. Learn to overcome peer pressure.

Those three things will come up, but now you can be prepared.

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Catherine Ann Clayton

I have always had an entrepreneurial spirit. I taught school for 21 years during which time I started my family late in life. I left education for the corporate world where I started climbing the corporate ladder rather quickly. Soon I realized I was making my boss look "great" while I was doing all the work and losing time with my family because of the long hours. I jumped ship and began my own company so that I could work from home and get time back. Soon I realized I needed multiple sources of income to sustain my lifestyle. I was introduced to direct selling from a friend of mine. I now inspire and collaborate with others to grow their direct selling businesses and enjoy life on their terms while continuing growing my own.

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