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What Network Marketing Can Do for You

Updated on April 29, 2014

At some point in your life you had a dream. It may have been when you were a little kid and you wanted to go to Disney World, or you wanted to live by the beach, or you wanted to help out your church, or you wanted to travel, or you wanted to be an astronaut, or you wanted a shiny red corvette, or you wanted to give your parents money...the list goes on. What happened to your dream? Has anyone ever asked you that question? If they did were they part of network marketing or multilevel marketing? If so, they were not leading you on. They were trying to open up a BIG opportunity for you. They saw something in you that makes them want to work with you and help you achieve your goals. You can have everything you ever dreamed of and this is how.


Do you really know what network marketing is?

Throw out every negative thing you have ever heard about network marketing. It is simply not true. The fact is many people get discouraged with network marketing because they are too lazy to put forth the small amount of effort needed to make it work for them. The picture above illustrates exactly what network marketing is. It is people helping people reach their goals. It is that simple. In the market workplace everyone is out their doing it on their own. Everyone is in a race to be the best. Network marketing is completely different. Many network marketing companies will work with you and train you to be all you need to be to achieve your goals. The best part is most of that information is free or will be free as you earn more money. The only thing you have to do is listen to the people you're working with and follow their example to reach the top of the stairs.

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See Past the Products

Most network marketing companies are trying to sell something, anything. They specialize in a product and try to get people to sell that product to other people. That works for network marking companies because the approach is financially lucrative. When you look past the product it is simple. You simply sell the product or idea to someone and they sell it to someone else. Isn't that like recommending your favorite restaurant to one of your coworkers? This is the exact same situation.


The Plan

From football to soccer to business, very institution has a basic plan. Network marketing is no different. The basic plan is to get three people and get them to get three people and get them to get three people. By that time, your business should be so big that you need to do little to no work to get compensated. It is simple!


Pyramid Scheme?

Imagine working for the same company for 20 years and being close to retirement age with no savings and suddenly being laid off. This scenario is becoming more and more of a reality for many Americans but when you really think about it, isn't that a pyramid scheme? The CEO runs the business from the tip top of the pyramid and tells everyone below him or her what to do, when to do it, how to do it, and for how long. The President and Vice President quickly follow below and, if you are lucky, you may be a part of the middle management; however, a vast majority of the population, about 95%, fall into the hard working employee category. The truly sad thing about this pyramid is, as a lowly hard working employee, you can never be the CEO. Network marketing is different. Below is a picture of what your pyramid could look like. YOU are on top. YOU are the CEO. The people below you are helping YOU build YOUR business. YOU do not have to answer to anyone. YOU make all the decisions. YOU are in charge. YOU are making the money.


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As the average U.S. household debt continues to climb, the job market is chaotic, and our country's finances become increasingly unstable, more and more U.S. households need to seriously consider network marketing. Many network marketing companies have great compensation plans. Read the fine print in the guidelines before you sign up to make sure you fully understand what you are being charged and what and how you will make money. The products, however, will change from time to time depending on the market. That is why it is good not to base your business on the product. Base it on wanting to achieve your dreams. If you are serious about wanting what ever it is you want out of life, not just a 9 to 5 job, then network marketing is the way to go.


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      3 years ago

      The extripese shines through. Thanks for taking the time to answer.


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