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Today, I’d like to share a secret tip for network marketers.  If you are looking to take your business to the next level, there are many things you can do. 

But of all the things I can recommend, I suggest that you seek advice from someone who is qualified to give it!  In other words, try to find a mentor who has accomplished what you want to accomplish, and seek their expertise.It amazes me how many new network marketers take financial advice from their broke relatives or family members. 

After all, if you had a broken leg, you wouldn’t ask your brother in law Jed to fix it.  Instead, you would visit your doctor.  And if you wanted help with your taxes, you wouldn’t have your Aunt Sallie Sue do them.  Instead, you would visit a CPA or tax preparer.It simply amazes me how people seek and listen to advice from people who aren’t qualified to give it.When it comes to your network marketing business, you should look for someone in your upline who has achieved some level of success. 

Keep calling people in your upline until you find someone successful who is willing to help you.  Ask them if they will be your mentor.  Find out what type of systems they use.  Talk to them.  Ask questions.  And then, GO OUT AND DO WHAT THEY TEACH YOU.  That is the fastest way to achieve success in network marketing.I was watching a YouTube video last night and one of the fellows in the video was discussing how 3% of the population makes 97% of the money. 

He also mentioned that if you want to become part of the top 3%, you shouldn’t take advice from the bottom 97%.  Yet, most of us are guilty of doing this all the time.  We get advice about something from someone who isn’t qualified to give us advice.I really hope you will follow this secret tip for network marketers.  I hope you will go out and find someone who has achieved success and seek their counsel.  This is one of the most important things you can do to build your network marketing business. 

And make sure you ignore the advice of people who aren’t qualified to give it.  In other words, don’t listen to your brother Jethro or Aunt Sally Sue about topics they aren’t qualified to talk about.  I hope that helps.