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In this book, Stephen R. Covey presents an integrated, principle-centered approach for becoming a highly effective network marketing professional. Including real-world examples of current, successful networkers, Covey reveals a step-by-step pathway for not only living with fairness, integrity, service, and human dignity, but applying principle-centered habits that will help you become truly effective in your networking business.

By following the principle-centered approach of the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People network marketers learn principles of success to build their business, change their life, and be able to teach others how to build an effective network marketing business.

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In my 40 years of working with people all around the world, I have been impressed with many of the individuals I have met who are involved in network marketing. These are passionate individuals, involved in companies with products and services that meet human needs. They are excited about their future prospects and the possibility of having more freedom, both of time and finances. They are individuals who want balance in their lives and are willing to work hard to achieve that balance.

Even more intriguing, everyone who gets involved in network marketing begins on a level playing field. You are not judged by age, background, race, education, or financial condition. And as you help lift others to higher levels, the industry rewards you. It is an inspiring business model, indeed.

As I have visited with and lectured among many from the network marketing industry, I have identified a common thread that appears in most conversations. The questions asked of me generally go something like this:

My success seems to ebb and flow. How can I achieve consistent results?

How do I motivate great performance from my team?

How do I get over not wanting to talk to people? I seem to face rejection all the time.

There’s so much to do, and there’s never enough time! How do I keep my relationship strong with my team members and my family, while keeping my sanity?

Challenges like these can be summed up in one great challenge: How do I become a highly effective network marketing professional, instead of just going in circles, wasting time, not making any impact, but hoping for the best?

My experience has taught me that effectiveness is summed up in the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, and in the fundamental shift in thinking required to live by them. Habits are patterns of behavior composed of three overlapping components: knowledge, attitude, and skill. Because these three components are learned rather than inherited, our habits constitute our second nature, not our first. Thus we can make or break our habits. Habits of effectiveness can be learned, and habits of ineffectiveness unlearned

To be truly effective in your network marketing business, you need a new level of thinking, based on principles of effective personal management. You need a character-based inside/out approach. Inside/out means to start with yourself first, to start with the most inside part of the self, with your character.

When you receive business building training, much of what is taught are skills and techniques, and these are useful. But what separates the mediocre network marketer from the highly effective one is not just the skills in the head. Effectiveness starts with the heart. If I try to use techniques and tactics to get other people on my team to do what I want, to work better, to be more motivated, to like me and each other, while my character is fundamentally flawed, marked by duplicity and insincerity, then