Tragic Flaw #3: No Posture & Over Excitement

“The Mistakes Beginning Network Marketers Make.”
Today, we are going to talk about how your posture affects every call and appointment in your network marketing business.
Remember, you don’t want to be scrounging around for scraps at the kitchen table – YOU have the power. You have entered a business that has the ability to give you total freedom.
Your posture needs to reflect that and when it does, you will begin to attract more and more prospects who are open to the opportunity that you have to offer.
Tomorrow, we’re going to talk about an old show that had a very funny character on it named Mr. Wilson. And here’s quick contest – on that show, there was an actress who played a girl named “Lauren” for only a couple of
episodes…can you figure out who that actress was? If you can, respond to this email and every week, our staff will randomly select one winner to receive a free book from me.
Good luck and talk to you tomorrow!

About Nate Scott

Nate Scott is a Christian, Husband, Father, Friend, Professional, Entrepreneur, and Public Servant. His personal mission is to live each day principle-centered based upon Biblical teachings and to be a person of value and positive influence in the lives of the people within his circle of influence. As the co-author of the book, "Pillars of Success", he shares how his faith and life experiences enabled him to become a millionaire at 32. He enjoys working out, basketball, and leisure travel. For additional information, visit or schedule a :15 minute consultation @ 904.838.2623.
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