Have you ever finished a conversation with someone and thought, ‘Wow, that was the best conversation ever!’. We’ve found it in the network marketing profession, and we are blessed to see our fair share.

Mind you, this does go the opposite way, too, on occasion.

However, in today’s post, we want to share some of the top conversation habits of successful leaders. And we hope that you will start to apply them to your daily chats with others.


Several factors can make our conversation great. For example, for a chat to be successful, there should be a genuine interest in the person you talk to, or the topic of discussion should be of keen interest to both parties. Great conversations have rhythms and flow.

For us, the most incredible conversations have been pretty free-flowing and moved from one topic to the next almost organically. They are ones where we would discuss something utterly unrelated to what we began with.

Also, if paired with insight, it is an unbeatable combination. These conversations often turn out to be the most productive and, in some cases, lucrative.

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Make it your priority in a conversation to understand where the other person is or where they’re coming from. Although this statement is often used to describe difficult conversations, we believe that it is without question applicable in any relationship business.

This practice is respectful to the other person. Still, as we know, the person who does the least amount of talking almost always ‘wins.’ Because once you learn some excellent communication skills, how to carry a conversation and how to ask the right questions – the other person will tell you everything you ‘need to know.

And, the moment people feel understood, there’s this almost instant underlying trust or relatability factor, right? So this should always be the end goal, which leads us to our next conversation habit.


This goal is for you to identify and become familiar with – not the other party. Let’s consider this example; if you speak to 10 new people today, how many sales will that garner you?

In this case, the goal is set to sales conversions.

But guess what? Your conversations will rarely be genuine if sales are your primary goal. However, if we change the vocabulary just a tad to read, if you speak to 10 new people today, how many of those people will you talk to again?

In this case, the goal is to have another conversation or follow up.

How likely are you to feel far less pressure and, as a result, become way more genuine in your dialogue with them? 

Sales often make things complicated, so keep it out of the conversation. The moment it doesn’t feel awkward is when you know you’ve achieved a safe or trusting space. And don’t rush the process – some will take longer than others, and that’s OK because the time will pass anyway.


We focus too much on what we should say next, creating witty responses in our heads instead of giving an entire presentation to the person we’re talking to. The art or skill of listening is as important as the art of speaking. When the other person feels genuinely ‘heard,’ they will perceive you as caring about what they are saying.

Here, people view you as qualities like ‘easy to talk to’ or ‘super nice or caring.’ And these also make the best type of referrals through conversation. People like you are far more likely to introduce you to others they know.

Quit focusing on what others can do for you.

When people say you should network, they mean you should talk to others. The best way to network is to be interested in other people and ask them about what they do and how you can help them. Please don’t focus on what they can do for you. Shift your focus. People love to talk about what they are interested in, and it’s a great way to get to know them, right?


You have probably heard that using someone’s name in a conversation is a great touch. Of course, online chats or text in today’s day and age can make this a little stranger but no less effective.

Additionally, paying someone, a genuine compliment is powerful too. For example, let’s assume the other person you are speaking to has never been ‘in’ network marketing – and your secondary goal (after a great conversation) may lead to recruiting.

A genuine compliment, in this case, maybe, ‘wow, as a teacher, you must meet a ton of people all the time — do they all find you as easy to talk to as I have?’ (or something along those lines). 

You want to gear the compliment to something relatable in network marketing, so keep that in mind but never stray from being genuine. You won’t want to use this statement if the conversation has been super dull, right?


When we walk away from a connection where someone has given value for our time, we do not forget them—giving includes listening, empathizing and sharing. The best marketers make their connections about the other person — not themselves.

Were these tips helpful? Perhaps they acted as friendly reminders? Let us know!


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