Education has always been the number one tool used to move up the chain. Even more so in the MLM industry. Individual MLM success is dependent on the strength of the skills a person has. Sometimes having one strength greater than the rest will cause an avalanche for the business. A strength is fine, but if it’s the dominant one it may lead to problems. A person can be missing out on a well-balanced business. This means if person A is great at social speaking, but lacks online skills, they will miss out on opportunities that are only available online. The same can be said for person B that is strong with online but not so good out in the public. How can you have skills that are sharp and balanced for your business success?
An honest audit of one’s skills and talents…
To achieve maximum MLM success levels, one must perform a deep and personal audit of their skills. This will help you find out where your weak areas are and to plot out the next steps to improve them. Everyone in the business wants life a little easier, so by taking proactive steps to sharpen your skills. You can make life easier on your side of the fence. Lying to oneself about a skill set will only hurt you and your efforts. It won’t hurt your prospects.
Here is how you can do a MLM success skill audit. Write down your top five or ten skills on a piece a paper or on a notepad on your favorite electronic device. Make sure these skills pertain to the business. Then rate your skills between 1 and 5, with five being the highest. Be completely honest, don’t be too critical of yourself either. All you are trying to do is find areas that you can improve upon for your business. Rate each skill with care and focus on how each skill helps you run your business.
At this point, you can look at the list and see if you are missing any MLM success skill that needs to be there. Are you missing a specialized skill that could help you? Maybe you can’t see what you’re missing and that is fine as well. If you are adventurous, give this same list to a loved one and have them rate you. They should have known you at least a year. Don’t be offended by their views, like an opinion, you can use whatever that is helpful and move on from it.