I was working around the clock.
I put out offers.
I wrote unique content.
I drove traffic (mostly free though).
But nobody wanted to join me in business.
It was a year since I started marketing my first online MLM.
In spite of it costing $10/mo the task of getting someone to say “YES!” seemed insurmountable.
At first I didn’t understand why.
Later, I recognized the reason why people would shut the virtual door in my face.
It was simple.
It made a lot of sense too.
I didn’t blame them.
The reason nobody joined me in business is because nobody wants to work with an insecure newbie. They want a confident veteran with battle scars to take them under their wing.
But how do you become a pro if you can’t recruit anyone?
That seems to be the question on everyone’s mind these days.
It’s sort of a catch 22.
To get more customers, you have to become a leader. But you can’t get be a leader if you got no customers!
I’m excited to report I figured the missing puzzle piece.