“Join my team! This company is fabulous!” Well, it’s not THAT fabulous, because I have to work ANOTHER business to make more money. That’s the message you send if you’re trying to promote the benefits of joining a particular business but you’re not devoted to that businesses.
The most common justification I hear for this is “I like to offer a variety of products.” Or “I’m just doing this other one to supplement my income.” Okay, but you’re hurting your credibility and you’re hurting your business. Also, before the hate mail comes in, I realize that the word “successful” is very subjective. I am referring to those who claim they want to earn a full time income, and even say those words, but their actions say otherwise.
You’re not doing well with Company A, so add Company B. Now Company A will do even less because your attentions are divided or focused on Company B. How can you possibly think joining Company B will do anything to help your Company A?
Also, if Company B is so wonderful, why are you still doing Company A? You are sending mixed signals and you’re sending an ugly message about both. You’re talking out of both sides of your mouth if you’re trying to convince people that you’re dedicated to one company but your actions clearly show you aren’t. You will never fully recognize true success with either if you’re trying to juggle both. Additionally, how selfish and unfair is that to your downline with Company A that you’re not fully supporting and coaching? [Read more…] about You Can’t Be Successful Working Two Direct Sales Companies