Did you know that 80% of online job-seekers still fall for the simple old ‘get rich quick schemes’, the kind of companies that flash high paychecks and expensive cars on their home page…
Well let me tell you the truth; There is no such thing as ‘get rich quick’ unless you’ve won the lotto. Many people who enter into the Network Marketing and MLM industry have no experience and are extremely gullible to whatever they see.
I am going to be completely honest with you now and say that you can possibly make large amounts of money using ANY of the online systems out there, but that all depends on how much time, energy, and hard work you are willing to put into it. Rome wasn’t built in a day, and joining any Network Marketing or MLM business today won’t mean that you will be driving a Ferrari or enjoying a tan on your new Yacht tomorrow.
As with any business, MLM takes a while before you break even and start to make a decent profit, It took me two years to start earning money through the businesses that I am involved with but knowing that this is passive income I am very pleased and willing to put in another 2 years (and more) to push my business to new heights.
The Internet is a gold mine, but it can also be very misleading with all the ‘glitter and bling’ covering every page, making everyone believe that ‘join today, be rich tomorrow’ is a reality. It can be, but this depends on your efforts.
Statistics also show that 95% of people who join MLM have no experience or training in any form of marketing, therefore their businesses fail within the first 6 months. It is vital for everyone who join MLM to take some time off to read and study the system before attempting to bring anyone else on-board.
I will post later on about ‘quality vs. quantity’ and the power of network marketing. If you require any assistance with pushing your own MLM business to new heights please do not hesitate to contact me!
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