Write or not to write... Another post about network marketing?
Those of you who enjoy writing about network marketing online know that this particular topic has been covered so many times that it's challenging to think of anything creative.
Those of you who enjoy writing about network marketing online know that this particular topic has been covered so many times that it's challenging to think of anything creative. However, that doesn’t mean you should quit writing. All you have to do is to find another angle, a way to discuss it from a different point of view. Here are some ideas:
A personal story is always a good idea—something from your personal life, or your Associate’s or Sponsor’s. This should be a story in which your listener sees himself or herself and be able to find similar mistakes, experiences, and successes. Here’s an example of a two different story titles: ‘5 Ways to Successfully Start a Networking Marketing Business’ VS ‘How I Quit Cab Driving and Made My First Million.’ Which one sounds like a personal story?
Break conventions and be provocative. An example of a topic could be: “Why network marketing life hacks aren’t effective—and what really is.” This topic is quite engaging and will inspire your audience to find out more.
Cure your imposter syndrome. What does that mean in terms of writing? It’s when you have plenty of drafts that you haven’t posted yet because you think you haven’t researched the topic enough, haven’t read all the references, haven’t won support from the ones you respect, etc. It’s time to just click publish! Just remember the personal experiences you’ve had so far and how much you want to share them.
Are you afraid of criticism? The internet is a toxic place—accept it. Being afraid that someone will post mean comments or try to humiliate you is like being afraid of going out. Just ignore them. Even the cutest and kindest videos on YouTube have comments from haters. Haters gonna hate.
Relax and enjoy. Just sit by your device, have BRN, and start writing!