You heard the news: Eric Worre, the host of NetworkMarketingPro.com has announced his retirement from building in Network Marketing.
For some, this is a surprise, for others- we already knew the day was coming when “Eric Worre Retires”! Actually, it was years ago!
As a member of Eric Worre’s mlm group, I knew he had stopped building a few YEARS ago. He didn’t say it, but when the revenues from NetworkMarketingPro.com overshadowed his income from building an MLM business, we knew he was mentally gone.
And that was without any meetings, home parties, or being on the phone badgering his downline to get out and do something!LOL!
So hey- Eric Worre retired from that- why not?
He’s providing more value for more people, so maybe now “Eric Worre retires” means that more people will be affected by his experience… but will he still have credibility? Will his trainings be full of fluff from “The Old Days”, or will it still be actionable and useful?
It’s part of the double-edged sword of being a generic trainer. So far, he’s done a great job!
Eric Worre Retires but still holds position…
I don’t believe that he has given up his position in his MLM company (that would be silly), but I think he’s seen the light- the days of cold calling, home parties, and 3-foot rule are over. He is proving it by showing that the real “BETTER WAY” is through finding a niche market and using the internet to connect, and provide value that people pay for.
This is not the first time “Eric Worre Retires” has made news. When Eric Worre retired from Agel and moved to his final company, there was quite a shakeup, and people thought then that Eric Worre retired from Network Marketing, but he surprised everyone when he joined another solid, traditional company.
Eric Worre Retired, but will always support Network Marketers
So, even though he’s leaving the actual work of Network Marketing, he’ll be supporting Network Marketers by providing tips and advice on NetworkMarketingPro.com. Does that mean he’s now become a “Shovel-Seller”, or is it just the safest and best way to truly be a help?
I guess only time will tell, but as his friend, admirer, and mentee, I say he’s got some guts!