Well, here we are in part 5 of our 8 part series on Team Building: The Laws of Teamwork. I hope you have been enjoying this series as much as I have to share it with you.
Team Building is what Network Marketing is all about. Teamwork is about developing relationships and creating an atmosphere of growth and learning.
Today we will go into Laws 7 and 8 from John Maxwell’s book, The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork
We’ve all heard of the personality colors a lot these days. I very seldom see an article discussing the Four Temperaments that we fall into.
I’m taking a break with my Laws 0f Teamwork series today to give a quick summary of The Four Temperaments and how this affects us in our Network Marketing Business
Todays post we will talk about the next 2 Laws of Teamwork. In part 3 we are going to summarize The Law of the Chain and The Law of the Catalyst.
In part 2 of the laws of teamwork we are going to take a look at the Law of Niche and the Law of Mount Everest from John Maxwell’s book The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork.
Over the next few days I’m going to be sharing with you the 17 laws of TeamWork from John Maxwell’s book. I would recommend you get the book and read all there is to teamwork and team building.
A World War II veteran, Zig Ziglar became the top salesperson in several organizations before striking out on his own as a motivational speaker and trainer.
With a Southern charm and lessons grounded in Christianity, Ziglar wrote over two dozen books and amassed a following of millions who were encouraged by his lessons for success.
With over 901 million people in its network, Facebook Recruiting is the go-to spot for hungry network marketers looking to recruit fresh blood into their home based business.
And, while Facebook is an absolute goldmine, prospecting on this social network has gotten a little bit out of control and recruiting mistakes abound.
“Stop Comparing Your Current Results with the Current Results of Others.” I’m going to talk about just Stop Comparing Results at all.
We are creatures that are typically very competitive and we tend to compare are results with those around us. This was a very real challenge for me in my younger years.
This is the age old question, Are You A Giver or a Taker. Are you a Servant Leader or someone who wishes they could get their team to do more for you?
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