The Most Powerful Question in Network Marketing

The Most Powerful Question in Network Marketing

If you have been in Network Marketing for more than a minute then you have probably heard of Eric Worre.

I wanted to share his show from yesterday giving us the most powerful question in Network Marketing.

I'm going to share his whole video with you, but I wanted to give you a few tidbits before we get there.

I wanted to give a little about Eric just in case you have never heard of him or you might be from outer space….

Eric Worre

Eric Worre has been a leader in the Network Marketing Profession for over 25 years. Although he’s now retired from being a distributor and focused exclusively on Network Marketing Pro®, his career has given him a broad range of experience.

He’s been a top field producer, building sales organizations totaling over 500,000 distributors in over 60 countries; the President of a $200 million dollar Network Marketing company; a co-founder and president of his own company, TPN- The Peoples Network; and a high level marketing consultant to the Network Marketing Profession.

So here's the question: “If I would You”

If I did this thing would you do this thing.  This can be used in almost any situation and Eric gives a lot of great examples.

He encourages you to share this with your team.  Now, I could just explain what he talks about, but I'll be honest with you Eric does a great job and it is much better coming from the master.

So I encourage you to take the 6 minutes and listen to this great video.

The Most Powerful Question in Network Marketing

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Was I right?  Eric is awesome and the question is such a great tool to have in your bag of tools.

I hope this has been helpful to you and that you will take the time to understand and start using this question throughout your business.

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