“I know sometimes the culture is different, but the ambitions of the people is the same.”
Ada Caballero is a Mexican immigrant who has had her fair share of struggles to get to where she is today. She shares some of those struggles, and the inspiration she received to help her through. She describes the power of believing in yourself and the influence of a mentor. Ada details the value of her mentor, Armand Puyolt, who was a previous guest on MLM Nation. One of the tools Armand has taught her is the 5 Steps which Ada implements in her business every day.
Who is Ada Caballero?
Ada Caballero came to the US from Mexico at 15 years old and was struggling when she encountered network marketing over 28 years.
She’s experienced the ups and downs of network marketing and at different points even quit the business a few times but she always knew that MLM was the better way.
Today she is a powerful leader and a Diamond Director and has a global business.
Ada is also a mother to two kids and a grandmother as well.
Step 1 – Products
Step 2 – Prospects
Step 3 – Follow Up
Step 4 – Classification
Step 5 – Duplication
Working every day and being consistent.
Believe in yourself and the people around you.
Believe in yourself. If you think it’s possible, you can do it.
The Bible of Leadership, John Maxwell
Recommended Prospecting Tool
I use Zoom, Facebook, and even talking to people in the store.
Ciskia Natasha Sie
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