The word intention has been a trending one for some time now. You are delivering value with intention, creating content with intention, and being intentional with your time. And intentional in your relationships. But how does this all it with being an intentional network marketer??
In this post, we’ll share with you four key strategies we believe you need to acquire and work on to get there.
Become an Intentional Network Marketer
Stand out Above the Rest in your Connections
We have an incredible opportunity with social media to connect in new ways, right? When you go to an event or a conference, bring your top-notch game and get intentional about who you want to connect with and how you want to do that.
It’s not enough to send a virtual message. Stand out by going above and beyond – a handwritten note, following through when you say you are going to or sending a thoughtful gift – all of these little things add to big things. Remember, always focus on the long-term.
Get Intentional with your Goals
This is where you want to know, where you want to go in the next 90 days and the next few years. What will it take for you to get there? Do you know how much revenue you are generating every month?
What do you need to do to get where you want to go? Be your own best cheerleader. Listen. Ask. Listen some more.
Do more than you think you can do. This is where you want to stretch yourself into becoming that intentional network marketing professional.
What is your Brand Saying?
Your brand is so much more than your logo (seriously!). It’s who you are, how you say things, the people you attract, and how you communicate online and offline with people. It’s all about the details.
When you are true to your authentic self and brand, stop worrying about what you are not versus what you are; that’s golden. Remember, amplify your strengths — always.
Get Real about who you WILL Work with
Being intentional means we refuse to work with a client or company we don’t believe in. Or, frankly, don’t get along with them. It’s not worth it to us, and, in the long run, it doesn’t benefit anyone.
Life is too short always to fight an upstream battle with people who question every decision you make or why you’re making them.
It’s also imperative to clearly understand who you want to work with. And make intentional efforts to work with those people. Whether connecting in person or via social media, you must make an effort to make it happen. So please put them in a list of people you want to connect with and put in the sweat equity to build that relationship authentically.
Let us know — does the coined term intentional network marketer connect or resonate with you? Let us know in the comments!