Perhaps two of the most important traits you can develop as a network marketer are leadership ability and charisma. More importantly they have to become your “habits” because they are something you will want to repeatedly do until you feel as if you have no choice but to do them.
Now let’s get a little bit deeper on these 2 very important traits that as network marketer you must have.
Charisma is not something easily attained nor is it any one thing, as many people incorrectly categorize it. Rather, you can be rude and loud mouthed, but still have charisma. Likewise, you can be awkward or unconventional and still have charisma.
Being charismatic more importantly involves being confident in the type of person you are and then being able to repeatedly and consistently convey that image to members in your network. If you can do this clearly and boldly, people will want to follow you, regardless of your personality.
This is where our next important habit comes in leadership ability, which goes hand in hand with charisma.
If you’ve developed charisma, people now probably want to follow you the only question is where you will lead them.
- Do you feel confident telling them how to replicate your success?
- Do you feel confident telling them to do something you haven’t done, but know will work?
- Are you decisive?
All of these things are important components of leadership ability. Without them, you may be able to attract people to become members of your network, but you will be unable to lead them to anything other than ruin, which doesn’t help anyone involved neither them nor you.
So keep this in mind when you are trying to develop new skills. Be self confident and build your network around your own personality. Don’t feel like you have to be constrained to work within a given image of what is conventional or acceptable. Rather, create a personality that attracts marketers and then lead them with clear, well thought out decisions.
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