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1  .WS/GDI Discussion / General Comments / Re: Don't Give Up on: September 27, 2006, 12:28:56 PM
Thanks for the advice and I was ready to give up. This is the second time I have joined and promised myself this time would be better. Well, it hasn't been. I'm stuck, i've done advertising and left business cards at work but to no avail. I need some help as I feel like a failure when this should be so easy to sell.

Thanks.  Tina K

I'm glad that you didn't give up. It's so cheap to be a member, I don't even look at the membership as an expense. I can easily spend my money on a lot of garbage that doesn't matter. It comes to about 33 cents a day. It doesn't get any better than that. There are many tools out here to promote GDI., but the most important tool of all is your mindset. A poor mindset will not leave any room for growth in this business.

I don't do buisness cards that much, but from what I hear,they can be very affective. Don't juts leave your business cards at work, leave them at gas stations,fast food restaurants, grocery stores etc. It good to market online and offline. The rule of thumb that I use is this: you must make sure that you bring people in the same way you came in. If you found GDI on Google, it would be silly to rule Google out as an effective way to recruit people. The only reason that you are not having any luck is becuase your links are not spread out enough yet.

Get those links out there and it will come.

Sean G.
2  .WS/GDI Discussion / General Comments / Don't Be A Dead Sponsor! on: September 25, 2006, 01:28:39 PM
Hello GDI members. I just wanted to share something with you.

What happens when you bring someone into the system and you don't stay in touch with?

Answer-You become labeled as a dead beat sponsor. Just because you may be labled as a dead beat doesn't mean you are, but you must understand that many members come into this system and try to contact their sponsors with no luck. These memebers want help just like you may have needed help when they came in.

Luckily, I don't have dead beat sponsor, but I have come in contact with serious GDI members who can't contact their upline. What happens when I give your downline more help than you? They drop out under you and sign up under me. It may sound screwed up, but I'm pretty sure it happens. Honestly speaking, I know that it happens.

I would like to see us all make it in this business. It doesn't take much more than sending a simple email. You may do a lot of offline promoting and never check your backoffice, but you should. Hopefully, a sponsor who may fit this description will take this business more seriously after reading this.

3  .WS/GDI Discussion / General Comments / Don't Give Up on: September 15, 2006, 02:20:46 AM
Hello. I just wanted to say that I have been a member with GDI for a little time now. I also wanted to say that I am having a lot fun watching my business grow.

I'd like to give some inspriration to new members or members that are having a hard time with this business. The main thing is to not get frustrated and give up. If you are not having any success right now, just keep learning as much as can. I hate to see people give up when this business cost so little. When people ask me how much this business cost, I tell them, "It's cheaper than bottled water." That is, if you buy at least 10 bottles every month out of vending machines. The only difference is that bottled water won't allow you to earn commissions like GDI.  Believe it or not, I have run into many people who think that $10 is too much for this business.  I just tell them, "If you can't afford $10 a month, then you won't succeed at any business if that's your attitude." Stay away from people who make sarcastic remarks about your business. These people fail to see the potential of this system and their remarks can weigh on you if you allow it.

When you get frustrated, just go to the leaderboards. Remember, those people were brought into this system just as you were. Just imagine having a member in your top level who recruits 25 to 50 members a week. Once you get a member like that, you can sit back and watch the commissions roll in or you can continue to search for those type of people to help build your business even more. A lot of you probably have uplines who are not responsive. That is a shame. Just keep in mind that they may not be responsive because they may have someone in their downline who is building it for them. Don't be afraid to advertise. Some people look at advertisement as an expense and not an investment. I don't know about you, but I would be willing to pay top dollar to have some of the big hitters on the leaderboards in my downline. If you don't advertise or promote your business, you don't stand a chance to receive anything.

Just keep on learning and eventually, you will start earning. All of the support that you need can be found right here in this forum. There is no one way to succeed in this business, you just have to find your niche. Remember, you don't have to do what the next man does in order to be successful.  Some people are good at making cold calls. Some people have a gift of gab. There are also people who can make things happen just by sitting at their computer. The choice is yours, but whatever you do, DON'T GIVE UP!

Sean G.
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