Got to try two other flavor variants of the First Vita Plus natural health drink: Guyabano and Melon. I still prefer the original Dalandan flavor.
For some reason, the Guyabano and Melon versions seem thicker. When I drink First Vita Plus dalandan, it goes down quickly and smoothly. True, I feel some particles, but it’s okay.
In the Guyabano and Melon natural health drinks, I don’t feel any particles, but since it’s thicker, it goes down slowly. Perhaps I should just drink those using chilled water.
Since I usually go for water at room temp, dalandan is still best for me. Anyway, different strokes for different folks.
As far as those interested in making money are concerned, this question has cropped up: Why do you still bother to invite your immediate family, relatives and friends to the First Vita Plus dealership business?
Based on experience, you will just get a lot of embarrassing and painful rejection. Then, a couple of years later, after you’ve succeeded, you will go back to those same family members and friends and do any of the following:
- Invite them again, now that you have proof of your own success.
- Angrily (or jokingly) remind them about how they laughed at you in the past.
Either way, wouldn’t it have been much simpler and less awkward if you had invited them only after you have something to show for your efforts? Why do you still need to insist on the traditional ways of network marketing?
You know — getting in touch with your warm prospects. Yes, the old 3 K’s of Kamag-anak, Kaibigan, Kakilala (Family/Relatives, Friends, Acquaintances).
Yep, I’m talking about the usual “strengthen your will by experiencing and surviving painful rejection” approach to multilevel marketing or MLM.
Thankfully, there are ways to invite other people to the business through the power of the internet.
Thanks to the internet, you can gain more prospects, new business leads, hundreds of business connections, and easily touchbase with like-minded people, sometimes even for free.
What is this business approach called?
Some have called it internetwork marketing, instead of just network marketing.
Others have even called it sponsoring, attraction marketing, or even magnetic sponsoring.
So when experienced network marketers advise you to avoid talking to your relatives about your latest network marketing business and just use the internet, this begs the question:
Is it possible to use the internet and principles of attraction marketing, and still gain the attention (and even support) of your closest relatives or even your immediate family members?
Yes, it is possible!
In fact, there is a simple tactic that you can use. You will have the chance to at least let your relatives and loved ones know about the business, and guarantee that you will not experience the painful rejection other traditional newbie network marketers have suffered in the past.
If you want to know how others are using this simple and easy to implement MLM sponsoring tactic, please get in touch with me.