Rank #1: 003: Ray Higdon & Grant Cardone
In this edition of Network Marketing Moguls Grant Cardone interviews Ray Higdon, who first got in network marketing back in 2006 and now coaches people in the business. Through massive prospecting he hit 50K a month in network marketing taking the mantra of “Go for no”. It’s the idea that you should make it a rule to get 20 people to say no to you before you can hit the pillow each night. It’s a numbers game so don’t get emotional over rejection. The number of eye balls you get on the product will dictate the velocity you will do. NWM is a shortcut to creating residual income that is better than any other method but that it doesn’t mean it will happen overnight or even quickly. You can create residual income with very limited resources over time
Ray invested $300 and had that initial investment back after the first week, but common mistakes people make are not treating it as a long-term process. Ray was able to build it to 50K a month through hard work. He says to others that he can show them how to become successful, but he can’t show them how to want to be successful. You’ve got to want it and
spend more time prospecting than studying.
Mar 25 2016
Rank #2: 004: Darin Kidd & Grant Cardone
In this episode of Network Marketing Moguls Grant Cardone interviews Darrin Kidd, a mogul in NWM for over 20 years. He came from a small town in Virginia with 4 stoplights. At a young age he always wanted to have more, do more, and be more, but he failed in NWM for 7 years until he was 25. He didn’t know what he didn’t know. Associations are like an elevator—they bring you up or down. Most people look for work, wealthy people build networks.
Darrin talks about how we are being leveraged to create wealth, or using leverage to create wealth. You don’t make what you want, you make what you are. If you want to make more you have to become more. Why do so many who win the lottery go broke? Because they didn’t become a millionaire. Your income goes back to who you are. Grant and Darrin make what they are. If you want to make more you have to work on you. Don’t wish it was easier, wish you were better. If you are going to go anywhere you will have to grow somewhere. Darrin also gives the analogy that life is like a dog on the porch lying on a nail. The farmer says, “sir, your dog is lying on a nail” and the farmer replied, “he’ll move when it hurts bad enough”. You can’t get your friends and family to take action in life until they really want it for themselves.
Apr 01 2016
Rank #3: 008: Matt Morris & Grant Cardone
Grant Cardone interviews Network Marketing Mogul Matt Morris— eight-time bestselling author, including his #1 bestseller, The Unemployed Millionaire: Escape the Rat Race, Fire Your Boss and Live Life on YOUR Terms! Matt is a serial entrepreneur and has generated over $100 million through his own brands and through leading sales organizations for other companies.
Most millionaires didn’t get to be millionaires by having a “job” but you don’t become a millionaire without working hard. Unemployed means you are self-employed. Always seek to grow yourself and program yourself to say positive things about yourself. People will respect you to the degree you respect yourself. With over his 20 years in the network marketing industry, Matt Morris has built sales teams of over 500,000 people through a massive commitment to personal development and disciplined work ethic. Matt believes creating wealth is as simple as providing value in the lives of others. “It’s not the money that creates significance. It’s the person you have to become in order to be a millionaire that matters”.
May 10 2016
Rank #4: 007: Carrie Dickie & Grant Cardone
Grant Cardone interviews Carrie Dickie on Network Marketing Moguls about becoming a 1%er. Everybody’s target is to make a millie, but most don’t treat their business like a multi-million dollar business. It’s about belief, you must believe you can become a million dollar earner. Single moms can do it. People overestimate what can happen in 1 or 2 years but underestimate what can happen in 3-5 years.
Carrie didn’t think she was a leader and didn’t have a high sense of self but she faked it until she made it. Carrie worked hard, dug deep, and became somebody in her own mind. She didn’t just add—she multiplied. Your business can never be bigger than you are. That starts with personal development. Check out carries new book—Network Marketing: The View from Venus.
Apr 25 2016
Rank #5: 005: Doug Woods & Grant Cardone
Apr 03 2016