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Marketing and sales are one of the most important components of a business's survival in the market. While both are dependent on each other many people confuse marketing with sales and vice-versa which is a big mistake.

Many people are still saddled with antiquated MLM sales training and ideas of how the old multi-level companies were run in the 60's and 70's. Remember that we are already in the new millennium, people.


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There are many great examples that show how imagination directly changes your physical experience. I once heard a story about an American POW during the Vietnam War who used his imagination to keep himself focused on the positive while he was imprisoned. Every day this man would play a round of golf in his mind. Not just any round of golf, but the most spectacular game his imagination could conjur [...]

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The fourth and final component of integrating new habits and patterns that are consistent with your vision is measuring the results. Results are broken down into steps so you can appreciate what you've accomplished and reward yourself. Then you move on to the next level of results

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The only time your sales or development training maximizes its potential is when it's fully integrated into the culture of the organization. Therefore, the influence must include follow-up support that lasts long enough for new habits to develop. The problem is leaders rarely allow training to last long enough for integration to occur. And, here's the part no one ever thinks about. For the training to be fully integrated into the culture, the leader must be trained as well.