Ambit Energy Announces Biggest Bonus of the Year

Ambit Energy just announced a hot promotion to kick off the summer, and it’s one of the most lucrative bonuses the company will run all year. From May 28 through July 1, any new Consultant who registers for Ambition (Ambit’s annual conference), is eligible for a Triple Bonus when gathering Texas customers, or a Double Bonus when gathering customers in other markets. The Triple/Double Bonus also applies to sponsor and upline coded bonuses. As an example, a new consultant who gathers six Texas customer points (two of those points count as the consultant’s marketing websites) within their first 28 days in the business, and registers for Ambition, can earn $300. So, that’s four Texas households, apartments or commercial customers. For non-Texas customers, the requirement is seven customer points (two points from the website), plus registering for Ambition, can earn $200. The best part about this promotion is that it earns the new Ambit Energy consultant enough bonus money to … [Read more...]

Why I Chose Ambit Energy for My Home Business

I have been partnered with Ambit Energy for nearly five years, and I'm getting very close to promoting to the second-highest rank in the company. I build my business on a part-time basis, but over the years I have been asked this question countless times. Why I chose Ambit Energy has always come down to these five main reasons: 1. No Products There are a lot of great companies out there with some terrific products. My wife and I still take products from network marketing companies because we just love the products. But as a business, I just didn't want to mess with products. While I don't mind recommending products to people, as a business, I just don't want to get people to change their habits or add something to their budgets. As an Ambit Energy consultant, I save people money on their energy bill. There is no product inventory to keep. There is no order to place. There are no deliveries to make. And we don't collect any money. The idea of generating an income on a very … [Read more...]

Why You Should Consistently Seek Coaching in Your Home Business

One of the most important things so many people miss about building a home-based business is the importance of consistently reaching out for coaching. There is a big disconnect with the way the corporate world operates, and the way a lot of home-based businesses or network marketing businesses operate. In the corporate world, reaching our for coaching and asking questions is seen as a negative. It gives the impression that you don't know how to do your job that you are being paid to do. People typically avoid asking their "managers" questions about how to do their job. But when you are building your own business and generating your own income, there's no shame in reaching out for coaching and help. In fact, you not only should seek coaching, you really have to. You Don't Know It All If you're just getting your business started, you have to reach out for coaching from your team leaders. Yes, it's your business, but your coaches and mentors are there to help you grow. Put your … [Read more...]

How to Get Your Network Marketing Team Going: Run a Contest

Would you like to earn an all-expenses-paid trip to a place like this? I'll show you how my team just ran a contest to go to this exact place, and how running a contest can help get your team into action. "How do I motivate my team?" "How do I get my team to take action?" "What's the best way to kick my team in the butt?" It might be the most common issue in building a home-based business or network marketing business. Everyone runs into this issue, and if you stick with your business, you will run into it more times than you can count. The best answer to get your team off their butts and building is to lead by example. Show them how it's done. Everyone has their commitment level based on their goals and what they are willing to sacrifice. But your team will almost never do more or build faster than you. If you want them to go to events, you better be there and be the first to get your ticket. If you are looking for a "runner," then go out there and be a runner. But … [Read more...]

Why It’s Critical to Launch Your Home Business

If you pay attention to the pros, you'll notice something they almost all have in common: they launched their home business. They didn't work it here and there when it was convenient. They didn't work it only on the weekends. They didn't treat it like a hobby. They treated it like a real business and launched it. Launching your businesses doesn't have to include working several hours a day. You can launch it part time. Here's why it's critical to launch your home business. Condense Your Activity Launching your business can mean condensing your activities into short periods of time. Here's an example: Let's say you have a contact list of 100 people, and in the beginning you only have one hour a day to devote to your business. When we invite people to take a look at our business presentation, which is a 15-minute video, we only spend about 60 to 90 seconds inviting people. So, in our business, we can make 10 invitations over the phone in roughly 20 minutes, even a little … [Read more...]

Your Expectations Don’t Mean Crap!

How do you react when your business doesn’t turn out like you expect? Do you keep going and push forward? Do you sit in the corner and suck your thumb? Here’s the deal: your expectations of how your home-based business will go don’t mean crap. Now, I’m not talking about goals. You absolutely should set goals for your business. I’m talking about what you expect things to be like. Expectations do not determine results, so you should not base your preserved success or failure on your expectations. More Goals. Fewer Expectations. I’m all for visualizing what you want and planning exactly how you are going to get there. But expectations are different. Let’s say you get started in your business and you’re super-pumped about making money from home. You know you’re going to kill it. You’re so excited and confident that you expect about one in every three people you talk to will either become your customer or join your business. That’s very likely not going to be anywhere close … [Read more...]

Overcoming Objections to Building an Ambit Energy Business: ‘I Read Bad Reviews Online’’

In our series of overcoming common objections people give to building an Ambit Energy or network marketing business, we've covered several things such as "I don't have enough time" and "I need to talk to my spouse," among others. This week we are looking at one just about everyone has heard, but can be difficult to know how to respond to unless you are prepared. I actually came across this objection the very morning that I'm writing this. See the screen shot below for the text I received from a prospect. It's the "I read some bad reviews on the Internet" objection. Uhm, yeah. So this is probably my one objection when I have to hold back my emotions. To you and me, it's a pretty ridiculous objection. But to your prospect, it can be pretty concerning since this is their initial exposure to your business and company. The Truth First of all, let's look at the truth about this objection. Anyone can Google bad reviews and complaints, especially with big companies. … [Read more...]

Why You Should Show Your Business to Everyone

One of the few critical parts of building an Ambit Energy business or any network marketing business is to invite, invite, invite. You have to expose people to the business opportunity. At Ambit, we call it STP (Show the Plan). And we never stop doing that. We don't have any products for people to touch, taste, wear or smell. We work on developing relationships, figure out ways to bring value to people and STP, STP, STP, STP to everyone we know. We're NOT asking them to join. We are just asking them to take a look. Why Should You Show Your Business to Everyone? I don't mean just the people in your comfort zone. I don't mean just the people you think might be interested in your business. And I don't mean just the people you think would be fantastic at your business. I mean everyone you know and everyone you develop relationships with in the future. Everyone. Got it? Good. Sort Through People to Gauge Their Interest In any type of business, you have to expect the vast … [Read more...]

29 Inspirational Quotes I Always Keep With Me

To have success in any business, you have to learn from those who came before you. This has certainly been my experience as an Ambit Energy Consultant. So, I wanted to share several of my favorite quotes that have driven me and inspired me along the way. These aren't just things I have applied to my business. They have also helped me in so many other areas of my life. Hopefully they do the same for you. I keep these quotes with me at all times on my phone. I refer to them often, and each time I do, different ones stand out to me depending on what's going on in my life at that time. Feel free to share this list using the share buttons to the left. "Men are anxious to improve their circumstances, but are unwilling to improve themselves; they therefore remain bound." -James Allen "We all come into this world the same: naked, scared, and ignorant. After that grand entrance, the life we end up with is simply an accumulation of the choices we make." -Darren Hardy "Let others … [Read more...]

Overcoming Objections to Building an Ambit Energy Business: ‘I Need to Talk to My Spouse’

Over the last few weeks we've been looking at how to overcome some of the most common objections people give to building an Ambit Energy business. These objections can also be applied to most any home-based or direct sales business. This week we look at an objection that's is usually a good thing: "I need to talk to my spouse." I was actually hit with this objection a few weeks ago with a lady in California who got in touch with me through my website. She even told me she was about 90 percent ready to join the business... BUT she needed to talk to her husband. What They Really Mean First, let's look at what someone really mean when they give this objection. Typically, they mean that they want to make sure their spouse is on board. This can be a good thing, because if someone is seriously considering building a significant business, they definitely should make sure their spouse is on board and will be supportive. They may even want to build the business with their … [Read more...]