My network marketing success story goes something like this:

When I decided to take my network marketing business to another level it felt as if I was beginning a Presidential campaign and I was running for the Oval Office. I knew that the team was ready to advance. I could tell by the energy and excitement in the air. All of the network marketing success key indicators were pointing to signs that it was time for us to move on up.

In my MLM company, getting documented at the top position was no minor feat. It required 75 people to be positioned in the right place, and all must be active with a minimum of $500 in group sales volume. So, when I say that it felt like I was running for president was real because I had to rally all of those people together to achieve success.

Moving Up and Achieving Network Marketing Success

Moving up in most network marketing companies is a team effort and as such it requires the support of the entire team. I began rallying up the troops months before I was ready to move. A group of us decided that we all wanted to move up the plan during the month of October. We sent out a call to action two months in advance and asked all those who wanted to go with us to raise their hands.

The response was amazing. The vision was clear. We had more than enough people on board with plans to go to the next level.  Our strategies were in place to generate sales and to recruit new distributors. We made it fun.

our efforts. By the time October 1st came, we all felt as if the promotions were a done deal. Everyone  had  their plans in action. The minimum amount of volume needed for the month of October in order for the promotion to happen was $72,500, and I knew that if we could generate half of that by the middle of the month, the promotion would definitely happen.

Network Marketing Success Plans in Action

The month began out with a lion’s roar. We worked! By the time of the mid-month checkpoint, we were halfway there. With a huge event planned for Oct. 17th and we were pumped. A huge turnout on that day caused a surge in recruitment, which further adding to our production for the month. But the last day of the month was a nightmare. It was October 31st, Halloween and it felt like it was our election night.

All of the key players were on post standing by the phones and in front of their computers or out signing up people and working to make this promotion happen. At 3:00 PM in the afternoon, I was scared because I didn’t see the numbers move and I was ready to throw in the towel.  However, by the time I took my kids trick-or- treating, the numbers were moving steadily. I felt comfortable leaving the house. I went trick-or-treating and to a Halloween Birthday Party with my kids. They had a good time. When we arrived home later that night, we were only a few orders away from our goal and I knew it was only a matter of time before it was over. By the time the clock struck midnight it was a done deal even though all of the orders were not showing up on my computer system but all of them were accounted for on my spreadsheet. (Yes. I kept a spreadsheet to keep track of it all).

The feeling of victory was better than anyone on the team could have imagined. I personally always wondered what it would feel like to document as a National Vice President. I had dreamed of it when I first joined the company and at that time there weren’t any National Vice Presidents in the company at all. When it officially happened for me, I received flowers from the corporate executive team, gifts from my upline sponsors and so many congratulatory wishes. It was over the top. It felt good. The memory of that Quantum Leap moment will be forever etched in my mind.

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Toni Coleman-Brown
Toni Coleman-Brown

Toni Coleman Brown is an author, coach, motivational speaker, social media strategist and professional networker. She is also the Founder of the popular, Network for Women in Business, which is an online community designed to train, connect and advance women in business.

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