Here’s a great article for prospects you’d like to get into your business.
The Power of Working With People
“I would rather earn one percent of the efforts of 100 people than 100 percent of my own efforts.” – John Paul Getty, billionaire oil baron.
a new way to look at work
If you’re like me, you worked hard to earn your paycheck. You took pride in working hard, perhaps liked the feeling of perspiration pouring down your forehead, and you even enjoyed the salted taste of your sweat on your lips. Perhaps you enjoyed the long hours at the office, knowing you were creating a strong future. No matter what you did for a living, you knew you were providing for your family with your head held high, your shoulders squared to the wind, and your eyes wide open each morning.
If you were one of the lucky ones, the company handed you a pink slip and some severance pay with a few words of thanks for the work and years you gave to them.
“Sorry we couldn’t keep you on… it’s the economy, you understand,” rang in your ears as you quietly walked out the door that last time, the burden of your now-uncertain future a weight you could barely carry.
Paychecks Don’t Always Pay Much
That last paycheck and the pink slip, suddenly shows you that “working for the man” wasn’t the safe and secure future you believed. “The man”, it turns out can fall and bring you down with him. And that is why so many people today work for themselves. A paycheck is a very limiting thing.
Bleak Times Leads to a Better Future
Is there anything else besides wage paychecks or straight commission?
There is! There is network marketing (MLM) income. That’s the stuff that comes in when someone else does the work… when someone you help set up his own business on your networking team. (Maybe someone who also held a pink slip like yours in his hand.)
A Real Business, A Real Future, True Relationships and Bonding
Tim Sales will be the first to tell you that Multi Level Marketing is a real business. And you have to treat it that way, but he’ll also be the first to tell you that you will create a future that can’t be taken away from you by another and you will create relationships that will last a lifetime.
Network Marketing is so much more than an impersonal work environment where management cares more about the bottom line than the people who produce that bottom line. When you join an MLM company, you sign on for your own business, and work with people who want you to succeed, just as they want to succeed.
The principles of true relationship building are the strongest in the the MLM industry. These are the people who know what it really takes to become strong.
Leveraged, Residual Income
Working network marketing, you sell products and opportunity.
You “hire” him, train him and place him under you in your network. When he sells something, you and he both earn income.
Your knowledge in someone else’s hands, pays you handsomely. MLM is a leveraged, residual income structure.
Working at the plant for wages, you had a restricted pay ceiling. With network marketing there is no ceiling.
With network marketing, you can earn income every day whether or not you worked that day!
That is leveraged, residual income.
As long as you participate, network marketing income continues. The residual comes in on later sales because you built a structure and you signed players to it.
The network marketing company pays you for your contributions to their growth.
“When the iron door closes, the bamboo gate swings open.” — Oriental saying
Feeling better about that pink slip now? It may be your blessing in disguise.
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