During the Info-Marketing Blueprint conference last Friday, we were treated to some great advice and insight from Tim Erway, one of Mike Dillard’s colleagues at Magnetic Sponsoring. Tim spoke for an hour or so. By scribbling madly, I managed to record many of the points he offered that afternoon. The following is taken from my notes. While the sentences may not flow like perfect prose, I think you’ll still be able to glean the wisdom that Tim Erway offered.
We network marketers tend to undervalue ourselves, and refrain from bringing content to the marketplace because we feel it’s not worthy.
Not sure what to write about or produce? Ask yourself:
– What is your passion?
– What are you good at? How did you get good at it?
By learning, we are increasing our value. By putting that into practice, we are creating experience. We create value by implementing what we learned. “The more value we share, the wealthier we become,” he says.
Value of events like this one (Info-Marketing Blueprint): You meet people. Plus, you never know who you will be introduced to later. [From me: It’s a take on the old saying, “It’s not who you know, but who knows you.”]