Have you ever wondered whether Network Marketing is the right venture for you? Are you undecided about launching your own Network Marketing organization? Perhaps you have questions and concerns about marketing, talking to family, friends, strangers? All very good concerns to consider as you begin this “people helping people” business. I had the same questions and concerns. Let me share some info I found about Network Marketing that can possibly help make your decision a bit easier.
1. Network Marketing is Business-in-a-Box, ie, a Ready-to-Start Business
And a good one too. Our industry accounts for at least $100 Billion in world revenue, and is anticipated to expand by 13% until 2018. So imagine what it would be like to receive even.01% share of that money. But possible income is only part of the many benefits of Network Marketing.
Let’s start by looking at what is typically required to launch a conventional business:
. Advertising Budget
. Location and Operating Equipment
. Business Systems
Rather daunting, isn’t it?
In the Network Marketing business, you have no employees, and almost completely eliminate advertising and location. The product already exists, therefore we don’t have to produce or inventory products. There’s a business system already in place for you to use, and training is provided. The only investment you will need to begin is capital, which, when compared to the typical amount you need to cough up for a conventional business, is rather nominal.
Imagine how many thousands of dollars you would have to invest to purchase a big-time franchise. Quite often in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. Then consider how many hours you need to work just setting things up. Then again, imagine how many months-or yes, years-it might take to realize a return on your investment, if at all.
Finally, suppose if all of that has been set up for you, and all you need to do is buy in with a nominal fee and get to work. That’s how you can begin to develop an appreciation for the network marketing system.
2. Network Marketing offers Leveraged Income
When we have a regular or conventional job or profession-doesn’t matter if you’re a janitor or a company CEO-you have what’s typically referred to as linear income. That means you swap your time for money, which in turn also means if you don’t work, you don’t get paid
There’s nothing wrong with having linear income, nothing wrong with receiving a regular paycheck each month. There is a sense of security knowing you have produced an income that will provide for your family. Just realize that kind of income for what it is-somewhat limited. It’s limited to the number of hours you have, the skills you’ve got, and your physical capacity for work. All of which shrink as you approach an older age, or even worse in our present economy of the 21st century, could completely vanish if your employer closes the doors and there is no more linear income to depend on. There are no guarantees.
Leveraged income is a totally different ballgame altogether. Instead of trading your time for income, you leverage other people’s time. Which means that even when you’re not working, others will be, providing you with passive income.
And as your organization grows, your income grows too, and there will come a point wherein you trade little time, but earn a ridiculous amount of money! That’s the incredible power of leveraged income.
3. You get hands-on Training – many timesMost of the time at no cost cost to you.
That’s because up-lines in your organization realize that the only way they can earn income is when their down-lines are making money too. Thus they’ll be willing to train you, provide you with support, and hold your hand until you’re able to provide the same for your downline.
It’s also reasonable to expect that your network marketing organization will provide other kinds of training, or point you to materials that provide advanced learning. You only need be coachable, and be ready to apply what you’ve learned in managing your business.
An MBA is not a prerequisite. You don’t even need to have a degree in business at all. You just need to be willing to learn.
4. Your Most Important Resource is PEOPLE
Always remember, networking is the business of people. In today’s world, land, energy and commodities are rather limited and become more costly every year. But people?People are an ever-regenerating resource.
Even if you run out of names to approach, how many people do you think your down-lines know? How many people do these other people know? How many people will you ultimately get to know in a few years time? And with the “Age of the Internet” and the possible prospects online looking for avenues to earn income, your source of contacts is unlimted.
How do you establish apresence on the internet and make contact with the hundreds/thousands of individuals searching for a way to make extra income?
I researched many online training systems and by far the most complete and comprehensive step-by-step training system is My Lead System Pro . This is the method I use and the up-to-date training is very unique and very affordable for the beginning MLM or Network Marketer.
If you invest in people, can you imagine how many generations your wealth will develop through?
These are only four very good reasons to consider the network marketing industry, but the most notable reason of all isn’t any of these. That has to originate from you. It comes down to a personal choice-but that personal choice, whatever it is, will go a long way into persuading others to follow your lead.
Still need help? Okay, one last thing. Think of the most important dream you wish to obtain. Now ask yourself, will owning your own network marketing business, with its potential income and those people it’ll attract, help you achieve that dream? Yes or no?
Now CHOOSE. It’s up to YOU.