Challenges women face in Network Marketing

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There’s always a new dream to be dreamt, regardless of where you are in life.  My dream is to see women rise up and succeed to the best of their potential.

I watched a speech by Muhtar Kent, Chairman and CEO of Coca-Cola who said that the 21st century is the century of women.  The World Economic Forum, of which QI is a member company, frequently reports on the Global Gender Gap: organisations wanting to remain competitive in the 21st century must learn to educate, utilise and harness their female talent.

Recently, at V-Malaysia 2011, I had the honour of hosting the first all-female panel discussion in V-Con history, where we talked about the unique experiences and challenges that women face in Network Marketing (NM).  With the help of the formidable panel comprising AVP Rosemarie Glenn, AVP K. Padma, AVP Joy Copreros and Mrs. Chandrika Kumar, wife of AVP Mahendra Kumar, we answered questions by the female participants.

These amazing women have all enjoyed great success in Network Marketing, so I hope that you can take their words of wisdom with you on your journey to success.

 

Juggling the different roles women play.
For the mothers out there, dividing your time between your family and your business can be difficult.  When I started NM, I brought my kids along to meetings.  It worked for me, but you need to find a solution that’s right for you.  Think like an entrepreneur and consider the value of hiring a maid or an assistant.

For the wives reading this, your husband may not be too happy with you going out to meet men, especially if they are good-looking!  What’s important is communication: explain to him what you’re doing and why you’re doing it.  AVP Joy Copreros managed to convince her husband (AVP Monit Copreros) to join the business and they now work together!

If you’re doing it part-time, be disciplined and determine the hours when you can devote yourself to growing your business.  For example, set your store hours after work from 7pm to 10pm.  Whatever you do, before you decide to quit your job, make sure that you go full-time at the right time.

 

Dealing with guilt as a mother.

It’s perfectly natural for a mum to feel guilty when she leaves her kids at home to work.  We women are nurturers: we’re emotional, we cry and we respond to situations with intense feelings.  But that’s part of who we are, and that part makes us fantastic communicators and even better mothers!  So it’s okay to embrace your feelings and learn to work through them.

My mother is an inspiration: she has 7 children, yet she always put her family first.  When we were little, she would calendar all the important dates, like birthdays, recitals and PTA meetings, so she could be there for us.  There are 5 specific contact points that are especially important to children: when they wake up, when they go to bed, when they go out, when they come home, and when they fall sick.  You can schedule your meetings as you like, but remember to always make time for your kids.

Children are very smart.  You’d be surprised at how understanding they can be.  Mrs. Chandrika and her husband explained to their kids what they are doing, and now they’re supportive of their mum and dad!

 

Approaching men as business prospects.
This can be challenging enough without having to worry about men – or even women – questioning our motives.  It all boils down to how you approach your prospects.  Are you giving the right impression?  As long as you approach men at the right place and carry yourself professionally, you will not be misunderstood.

 

Building your business overseas.
Is there already a leader in that country?  Do some research and if there is already someone there, it’s a good opportunity to connect with that person for help with your own network.

AVP Rosemarie Glenn mentored her downlines in the particular territory to grow their business first before flying out herself.  You can do the same and get your downlines in that area to show their commitment to building the organisation before you make any big decisions.

 

Communicating your passion to your clients.
I’ve had women ask me how they can copy my presentation style.  While I’m very flattered, I believe that it’s not about how loudly you speak or how intensely you look at people.  You need to believe that you’re part of something bigger than yourself; you need to know that network marketing can change lives!

If you have a compelling reason within you, a burning desire to be better, you have to find a way to show your passion, in your own way.  Why be another Donna Imson when you’re already amazing as who you are?

 

 

Navigating around cultural barriers.
I understand that for some cultures, it’s a taboo for women to talk to strangers, let alone make presentations at cafés.  Now how do we deal with that?

We can’t fight culture, and we shouldn’t, because that’s who we are!  What we can fight is the system.  Embrace who you are as a woman, embrace your culture and find a middle ground whereby you can continue your business.

 

Convincing prospects that age is just a number.
Age is as irrelevant as gender when it comes to being successful in NM.  It’s all about leadership and getting prospects to believe in you.  Take the time for self-development to learn how to connect with people.  If you lack the experience, borrow testimonials from your partners or mentors until you have enough to journal your own experiences, make your own story, and grow your own network.

At V-Malaysia 2011, the V-Kids baked and sold cupcakes to raise USD10,000 for charity!   How incredible is that?  Most of them are more than half our age, so if they can do it, you can too!

 

Dealing with husbands.
Ladies, it’s not that your men don’t want you to succeed.  Sometimes they feel left out or jealous that they aren’t the centre of your attention, which is only human nature.  After all, who wouldn’t want to be the centre of your fabulous world?

Communication, trust and respect are key.  Tell him about your vision and goals, or even get him involved with the planning from time to time.  When you keep him in the loop and he sees the positive change in you, he will respect you and give you the space you deserve.

 

 

Statistics show that over 80% of people in NM are women, yet only a very small percentage of those women are as successful as the men.  Why is that?  I’d like us to change that, to show the world that NM is an equal opportunity business, no matter what your race, colour, creed and yes, gender!

If you’re from a country that doesn’t give women equal opportunities, make that change from within your organisation.  You don’t need to fight a physical war, or rally against men.  Real feminine power is embracing the fact that women and men work best when they work side by side!

For the men out there who are reading this, please learn to support your women and make your organisations conducive to women.  We don’t want to push you aside, or overtake you, or rule the world.  We just want our own space, and to be accepted and appreciated for who we are.

 

 

Ladies, rise up!  You deserve to succeed because you have what it takes!  You don’t need to be a man.  All you need to be is the best you possible, because every woman has incredible strengths!  This is the 21st century – it’s our time, our moment!

 

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  1. Preeti
    Jun 8, 2011

    Donna I love you very much
    You are my inspiration
    You are my energy
    You are such a darling !
    May God bless you and shower you always with HEALTH, WEALTH , HAPPINESS & PROSPERITY IN ABUNDANCE

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    • Donna Imson
      Jun 8, 2011

      Dear Preeti,

      Thank you for your kind words.

      You know, women like you, who are out there rocking the world of Network Marketing, are MY inspiration!

      May God bless you and your family!

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    • Padma Ramachandran
      Jun 13, 2011

      Dear Donna,
      It was a brilliant move to have a women’s session at VCon 2011! I was there and it dispelled many of my apprehensions. I have noticed that the men in NM are more successful because – maybe – they can work longer hours, are more mobile and people tend to take them more seriously than women!
      I want to make a change, and after attending the VCon in Malaysia and announcing to the world that I have done so, maybe my efforts will be taken more seriously as a businesswoman!
      Love, Padma

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      • Donna Imson
        Jun 14, 2011

        I’m glad that you could make it to V-Con 2011! True, the situation is very different for a woman, but it’s still possible for us to rise up and succeed, if you take the right steps. Let’s show the world how it’s done! Oh, and keep us posted on how your journey goes!

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  2. Chona
    Jun 9, 2011

    Donna, thanks for inspiring , for encouraging us women to be great network marketer even if we have a lot of things to settle at home,
    we still find ways to fulfill our dreams. I can see myself to be one ,
    like you.

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    • Donna Imson
      Jun 9, 2011

      Chona, you’re most welcome. Just remember it’s okay to embrace who you are as a woman, and you have what it takes to succeed. Do let us know how your progress goes.

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    • JAKANA
      Jun 10, 2011

      I have been your secret fan Donna. Please give us a slot here in Uganda. We have very potential women networkers in QNET here in Uganda but they are lagging behind. After eight years networking with QNET, only 3 women of the top leaders in our team have become fulltime networkers. Many men, as you noted in your ratio of who benefits most in network marketing- men or women, are now full timers and are reaping high. I know of women business colleagues who have spent more than 8 years with QNET and are earning reasonable weekly cheques, but have not come afront to show leadership, and when they do, they dont really do so with obligation.
      I saw pictures of AVP Padma with her team. Herself and one lady were the only top leaders in a group of 11 people. I saw VC Zack leaders, there was only one woman. In my team here in Uganda, I have been at the forefront to encourage ladies in my team to come afront and take charge, at least I have three of them leading their team.
      Dear Donna, the work you are doing to promote women is divinely and a real calling not only for women like you, but also men. If women can bring up communities as mothers, I highly believe they have a big role to play in developing our communities.
      We love you Donna

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  3. Ryan Siow
    Jun 9, 2011

    Thanks Donna, the 1st all-female panel discussion in v-con2011 really inspire me and my team very much. I promise myself I want to empower every female in my team to be successful leader like you all. Once again, Thank you very much, Donna.

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    • Donna Imson
      Jun 9, 2011

      Hi Ryan,
      That’s fantastic! I’m glad to hear that you’re taking the right approach to helping your team. Every team deserves a leader who believes in them, regardless of gender. Keep up the good work!

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  4. Name Menbere Fekadu
    Jun 9, 2011

    Dear Ms Donna,

    Its really powerfula and helping to know more about the chalenge we may face!

    Troughout my six year expereince in NM ,i can tell that what matters is your passion and commitment to your vision than being a women for success!

    Even if i am married ,i was building oversea business and local with full passion and since 2006 i was only missing this Vcon.my husband is so cooperative its not only he is a good man but it is because as you explained i was communicating with him well.

    Thanks you so much for being there to help me to understand who i am and what i need as a women with your powerful traing entitled “I AM ALIVE”.and many other……

    Love you so much!long live to you!

    Ethiopia needs you!

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    • Donna Imson
      Jun 10, 2011

      It’s a pleasure to hear from my sisters in Ethiopia! Thank you for your courage to empower yourself to succeed. You’re living proof that passion and dedication will carry you through anything.

      Give our regards to your supportive husband — such a partner deserves to be commended. Hopefully we’ll all meet again at the next V-Con, V-Jakarta 2012!

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      • Bubi
        Jul 25, 2011

        Unbelievable how well-written and informative this was.

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    • Lalaine
      Jul 25, 2011

      You’re the greatest! IMHO.

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  5. hannahmay
    Jun 9, 2011

    M.Donna, Thank you so much..I was very much inspired by your empowering talk lifting the spirit of every woman in this planet. I will always be reminded and into action to be BETTER in all aspects of my life,.as part-timer in the business, a BEtter person !!..how can one succeeds if she fails in some important aspect in her life?…thanks for this encouraging thought.

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    • Donna Imson
      Jun 10, 2011

      Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment. Your positive and proactive attitude inspires me to keep reaching out to our sisters across the world. Just remember that if you decide to go full time, do it at the right time. Keep rocking!

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  6. huseina
    Jun 10, 2011

    M.donna .
    Thank you so much you have helped me to work out my way around my daughter while i am working .you have inspired me to help more women like me who want to make a diffrence in there life and want to be something. your talk at v-con has helped me to help my women partners with me who are just not helped by there familes and i have come back home and made sure i am there for them when ever they need me and have made a promise to myself will go all out to be there for them . THANK YOU SO MUCH

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    • Donna Imson
      Jun 10, 2011

      You know, stories like yours are what motivate me to speak and reach out to more women. I’m happy to have helped make a difference to you. It’s amazing that you’re doing your best to make a difference to your community. Well done!

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  7. Akhila- Dubai
    Jun 10, 2011

    Dear Ms. Donna, AVP Padma, AVP RoseMarie, AVP Joy and Mrs. Chandrika,

    thank you very much for such a valuable session at V con! It has personally helped me and lots of ladies in the team to come to a self realisation!
    Ms. Donna, I visualise myself to be standing with you on stage soon ;o)) It will come true!!
    We all are waiting for your I Am Alive event in Dubai
    see you soon
    Akhila and the ladies….

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    • Donna Imson
      Jun 14, 2011

      On behalf of the panel, thank you and your team for being a part of V-Con!

      I look forward to welcoming you on stage, so keep that dream alive and your fantastic attitude towards life! See you soon.

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  8. Jarna
    Jun 11, 2011

    Donna,

    You are a real HERO. If it was not you, then I would have never ever realized that there is a hero within all of us. I would have never believed that We Women are also capable of Leading and we can be amazing Leaders too. You are my true inspiration…..My dream is to one day get mentored by you and I am sure I will make it.

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    • Donna Imson
      Jun 14, 2011

      Very well said! The real heroes are the women out there, doing their best to make their dreams a reality. Women like you, for example. Believe, and I’m sure you’ll make it, too.

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  9. ELRA BELLEZA TUVILLA
    Jun 12, 2011

    HI DONS,

    THOU I WAS NOT ABLE TO MAKE IT TO THE V-CON, AM FOLLOWING IT EVERYDAY IN THE V SITE. AM SO HAPPY THAT THEIR ARE NOW A LOT OF WOMEN INVOLVED IN NM, NOT LIKE WHEN WE STARTED HERE IN UAE AM ALONE SOROUNDED BY MEN. ME AND ADLY GOING BACK TO AL-AIN FROM DUBAI 2 O’CLOCK IN THE MORNING
    BUT NOW, BECAUSE OF YOU WOMEN STARTED TO EMBRACE NM
    YOU’RE SUCH A GREAT INSPIRATION TO ALL OF US. SALUDO AKO SA YO DONS, PARANG KAILAN LANG…
    MAY GOD CONTINUE TO BLESS YOU WITH GOOD HEALTH, FILL YOU WITH HIS SPIRIT AND USE YOU FOR HIS GLORY AND HONOR
    GOD BLESS DONS!!!!!

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  10. Rashne
    Jun 12, 2011

    Dear Ms. Donna,

    You are an inspiration to not just me but my husband too. This VCon your panel talk has inspired not just me but many in my team. Many of us do not accept openly the challenges we face and all the answers given by all of you will help us move ahead in full steam this year. Thank you so much.

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    • Donna Imson
      Jun 14, 2011

      No problem! Feel free to share any challenges that you and your team have faced. Your stories may serve as inspiration for others in turn.

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  11. Deepa
    Jun 15, 2011

    Dear Donna,

    You are my HERO and such an inspiration. No matter how much i write, i will never find enough words to express my gratitude. Your session at VCON made me realize that i need to be the best possible me instead of trying to copy someone else…I know one day i will make it and be besides you in The ‘V’ family. Thank you for being you! Love you.

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    • Donna Imson
      Jun 17, 2011

      Hi there. Thank you for your kind words! Being the best you is always better than being a copy of someone else. Hopefully one day I’ll see you on stage with me.

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    • Latasha
      Jul 26, 2011

      You’re on top of the game. Thanks for sharing.

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      • Tory
        Dec 28, 2011

        This article is a home run, pure and simple!

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  12. sreekumari
    Jun 15, 2011

    wonderful ….allthe best…

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  13. Saili Achrekar (Megha)
    Jun 18, 2011

    The experience at V Con with you was amazing.
    Yes want to prove the world that women power is the best in all the industry.
    I can make it happen….
    Thanks for everything you gave.

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  14. May Yap
    Jun 23, 2011

    Hi Ms Donna Imson,

    I’m neither a mom nor a woman that is married, I’m just an 18 years old daughter that loves and respects her family a lot. Unfortunately, i don’t get the support from them. However, this did not baffled me in my determination to success in network marketing. I have to say, being a girl and the youngest in the family does give me some challenges. Being over protective is natural for all parents. But i’m thankful that i have a very supportive leader and a bunch of my very loved friends.

    I totally agree that man and woman are both equal . Thank you for such inspiring thread. Gave me a reason to never stop running.

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    • Donna Imson
      Jun 27, 2011

      Hi May! It’s very mature of you to realise that your family is overprotective because they care a great deal and just want the best for you. What kind of challenges have you faced so far? Maybe when they see how serious you are about your goals, they might come around. Keep us posted on your progress!

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  15. Gauri Badkar
    Jul 8, 2011

    Dear Donna,

    This was my first VCon and it was a real pleasure to see you all personally there. But, it was really sad on my part that I could not attend only your session in the VCon 2011. Of all the 5 days, this was the only session which i missed. This was so, because, myself and my husband had come along with our kid who is just 3 yrs old. He was a part of the VKids. But, at the time of your session on women empowerment, he started crying and i had to go. Anyways, this was a part of the many roles which a women has to play. But, truly, even though i missed your session, i surely see myself walking on your footprints in the near future, because even my dream is to help every women rise herself irrespective of all the barriers and make her sacrifices worth it.

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  16. Azhal
    Jul 12, 2011

    What a session this was, Donna! When you cried (towards the end of the session), I cried too 🙂

    I haven’t seen a more passionate person than you!

    Best Regards,
    Azhal

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  17. Chantal Chung
    Jul 22, 2011

    Hi Ms Donna !
    This morning I am glad to be inspired by you. I realise that my women team working with me need help managing NM. We need to learn how to manage the children , our Husband and ourselves and still be the good home economist and the family gatherer around and be present . Ms Donna , I thank you for inspiring us all in this path of QNET Network .

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  18. Hassan El Fatarany
    May 13, 2012

    To all collegue and freinds, I am ready to provide rooms in Bogor the city which the VCON will be held on it as it is around 65 km from Jakarta the Capital so if you are interested for your groups.. Just send me an email to : hassan@hallo-egypt.com

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  19. Arpine
    Oct 31, 2012

    Im Arpine from Armenia.I just want to say thank you and I love you.

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    • Donna Imson
      Jan 7, 2013

      Thanks, Arpine! MAD love to you!

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  20. Santosh Kotla
    Apr 27, 2016

    Dear Donna,

    You are the most powerful speaker I have come across. I recently viewed your videos on YouTube, the ones from 2011 where you spoke about how to fire your boss smiling!!! That really motivated me so much and I was so happy that you spoke supportive of the people who are working for a living and have started up in NM. Being the sole bread earner of the family makes things a lot difficult. But with guidance and blessings from uplines like you, we always keep up our hope and spirits and hang on to our dreams of a brighter tomorrow. Thank you so much, may god bless you with anything and everything. You mean a lot to me. Thank you for being there!

    I’m coming to VCON 2016 and I can’t wait to hear you speak… 🙂

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    • Donna Imson
      May 11, 2016

      Thank you so much for the kind words, Santosh! Hope you had wonderful life-changing time at V-Malaysia 2016. 🙂

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