Me and Jerry Di Rhino Clark

Me and Jerry Di Rhino Clark
At Ripley Studios In NYC

Saturday, January 24, 2009

Here Is A Story About MLM Leadership And Its Exclusiveness!!!

MLM Leadership is really vital to have. Especially in the network marketing industry. You are in an industry where you will have to be mentally tough. You can't listen to any negativity nor can you be bothered by the fact that someone else blew you off. Other people who aren't involved in the situation can sense that you are needy based on your tone of voice. If you feel that you are too pushy with someone else or you get blown off next time, I suggest you do not talk to them for a minimum of 6 months. That shows that you are confident in your ability to do things and that you can make new friends. Otherwise they will drain your energy and again people who aren't a part of your problem can see that you can't deal with others by accepting them the way they are. As a consequence they will avoid you.
The solution is to listen to others what they have to say. If on e-mail read carefully what is being said. Don't extend the conversation even if you feel you have something interesting to say. The other person can lose interest.
You need to read your goals every day and follow your path to achieving it. I myself keep a picture of what I want to accomplish long term. I do not have all the right answers but every day I learn as I go. If you help people to get what they want you will get what you want.

To your Success
Lawrence Bergfeld


  1. Hello Lawrence,

    This was a good read. I appreciate your willingness to put others first & admitting that you do not have all the answers. Who does? Learning daily from life's experiences is what this business & life is all about. Keep up the good work my friend!

    Eddie from Georgia

  2. Hi Lawrence, Great message, and advice. Most of us start out thinking we know it all, but in fact we don't. This business is learning, and teaching business. We all must keep in mind that this business is a Relationship business, people helping people, and we can't learn it overnight. Great job with your Blog, and keep up the good work.

    By the way Lawrence, I am 70 years old, and still learning.

    God bless, your friend 4 life,
    Tony Disernia

  3. Hi Lawrence
    Fantastic blog, you said it - be a servant first and the rest will follow.

  4. How true, how true. People can sense when we are needy or Really want to close a sale. We need to listen so we can respond from their needs, not our own. Our attitude and belief in the abundance of the Universe keeps us anchored.

    Debby Riddick

  5. Hey Lawrence
    Great post. And very correct, people cam drain your energy and avoid you at will. Your advice is a good one and I appreciate your post.
    take care
    Bernard Tritz

  6. Hello Lawrence
    I enjoy reading your post. I agree with you that
    you need to read your goals every day, and follow your path. By saying your goals everyday you are training your mind to focus on your dream.
    Wishing you great success
    Jenny Tofflemire

  7. Hey Lawerence

    Mentoring for Free is the learning curve in our lives that we need, some out there just haven't realised that yet.

    Very nice blog - honest and upfront.
    To your success
    Julie McClelland :-)