Knowledge Matters in Network Marketing with Darin Kidd
The amount of knowledge you have proportionally decreases the margin of error in a given area. There are two different types of knowledge though… There’s knowledge obtained in a classroom and there is learned knowledge that is obtained by living (and making mistakes)! We all know that knowledge matters in network marketing just as much as the business itself. However, one can spend a lifetime with their nose in a book and never be successful in their business. That’s where learned knowledge comes in.
Darin Kidd addresses four key aspects of knowledge that you’ll go through on your way to success. He mentions that one hour in the field is worth 20 hours in the classroom — that’s a substantial difference! Darin believes that knowledge matters most and the process of plan, do, review will get you to the top of your game. We’re all going to make mistakes. That’s normal! There is only difference between you and the top earners in your company. They’ve made a LOT more mistakes than you have. You’re going to love this video, check it out below!
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Featured Trainer: Darin Kidd
About 17 years ago I was bankrupt, my car was repossessed, I was on Medicaid, and my wife Cheryl and I were buying our groceries using food stamps. I felt like a failure in so many ways and I wanted to give up about 100 times a day! Well I didn’t. I took a stand and told myself, “I will until!” Someone once told me that success was buried under frustration and I was determined to stay strong enough, long enough, to find my way to success.
Now, I am one of the most sought-after trainers in network marketing today and use my own story to help inspire others to find their own success.