I've seen this and recently read it in another article about stopping other network marketing opportunities. Regardless of other network marketers claiming that the other business is not good and minds are the best of either network marketers and prospects who have taken more businesses and have not yet decided. Anyway, it's not cool and never a good idea. This is especially so if your goal is to make yours look better, this is a tactic that can be regarded as an amateur because a business must be able to stand alone and attract people connected with you and your business activities.
I saw this story on another blog and it's about a story that has taken other options into account. They were ahead of the prospect of evaluating more opportunities.
As a specialist, this leading approach is not to knock other companies. Instead, he said something like this:
Prospectus: I examined the companies A and B next to you.
Network Marketing Manager: he smiled, said, "good, this is good competition, your decision is hard enough."
From then on he showed HIS network marketing opportunities between the other two, without simultaneously stopping other companies.
The point is that when you present your business to prospects, stay on the positive side of things. If you focus on the quality of your business and how to take advantage of your potential financial goals, it will pay you much better. If you mention another company or business you look at, be careful not to throw it away. Do not forget that your prospect is interested in the other business and throws away saying that they have uniforms and gives the impression that something is wrong or not sure about the attack of another option.
Another point in the sentence is that something is amazing about business opportunities for network marketers when a network marketer approaches their business opportunity, keeps his attention open, and does not go away so quickly. Keep in mind that there are a number of options that can currently be useful to your current business and can only enhance your work. Notice how wealthy people like Robert Kiyosaki are and think about earning more revenue with more revenue. Once you have gained momentum in your business and have a steady income source, you might want to add another source of revenue because you face it, not every business is forever. The company, the compensation plan, the creators' idea may change, so it's best to keep the options open, so moving from one business to another when things stop in their own way.
So in both cases you have to pay completely to be professional and avoid junk. You will not regret it.