At Last! A Biz for the 21st C!

R.I.P. Traditional Business…

Do you remember your parents telling you something like this–“get good grades, so that you can get into college or university, and land yourself a great job at one of the huge corporate companies!”?

How did that work out for you? If your answer is “Fine!” Then the rest of this article is probably not for you…

…but if things did not quite turn out that way for you, and you are wondering; “What went wrong!?”, don’t despair!

You see, the “45 Year Plan” is BROKEN. A generation ago, one could still spend your years from 20 to 65 with ONE company, get the customary watch as a parting gift, and spend your golden retirement years trying to get by on half of what you could hardly live on when you were working anyway!

But in the fast paced 21st Century, no company will even consider keeping you around for that long–you are just another commodity–they buy you at wholesale, and sell you at retail!

But there is a BETTER WAY!

You can decide NOT to participate in the mainstream economy!

Here are 10 reasons why you should consider working for yourself in Network Marketing (NWM):

1. Small Start-up Risk:

There is a certain amount of inherent risk involved when you decide to go out on your own…
We are immediately confronted with losing money, wasting time, not being in profit right away, etc.
In a traditional brick and mortar business, the startup cost associated with opening that business is what holds many people back from becoming the creators of their own destiny.

Most people do not like risk and try to avoid it by all means. We like a “guaranteed bet” and stay within “our safe zone”.

The advantage of NWM is that there is a small risk to get started. With a couple of hundred dollars, it is possible to get started with a company of your choice, marketing products that you consume already. The amount of financial commitment is insignificant compared to that of traditional business.

2. Huge Demand for Quality Products and Services:

There are a myriad of NWM companies that promote very good products.
They are able to do so because the NWM model eliminates all the unnecessary costs lurking in the traditional distribution methods. There are typically at least three levels of distribution that are done away with in NWM, and their products can go straight from the manufacturer to the consumer!

This effectively frees up crucial funds, to be better utilized in research and development, thus making available higher quality products to the market.

3. Residual income:

Information Technology has made it possible to automate the finance industry – and many companies, service providers, and government institutions have taken advantage of this! Through debit orders, many of these bodies have set up for themselves residual income, money that comes in automatically from customers, subscribers, users, month after month!

The greatest advantage of an MLM Program is that it gives you an opportunity to enjoy residual income just like those companies do. When the initial effort of getting a new customer is completed, you can enjoy the residual part of that business relationship.

4. The income potential:

There is no cap on how much money you can generate. In my corporate jobs, my big limitation was that regardless how hard I worked for these companies; my income was tied to a “market standard” for someone with my skills.

In an NWM Program, that’s not the case. It is up to you to decide how much you want to earn. A NWM company doesn’t hold you back in the same way the corporate environment does.

5. No employees to hire:

By far, this is a clear advantage over traditional businesses. NWM is a business of people independently working together. Without any employees, it’s possible to build a business right from home. This industry gives you that added benefit, be in business without employees concerns, by having a network of independent business owners working together towards a common goal.

6. No Stock Holding:

Once again, technology has made it possible to have ONE central warehouse, from where products are distributed directly to consumers – and NWM marketers are not burdened by the secondary tasks of having to do stock taking, deliveries, etc… these are all administered by the NWM Company on your behalf!

7. Low operating Costs:

The NWM model makes possible to run a business at low costs compared to any other business model – the only costs you should have, are what it will cost you to market and sell your opportunity out there!

8. Leverage:

“I’d rather have one percent of the efforts of 100 people than 100 percent of my own efforts.” – J Paul Getty

Leveraging is when you get more done through other people’s effort and less of your own efforts.
For instance:
Other People’s Time
Other People’s Knowledge
Other Peoples Money
Other People’s Accomplishments
Other People’s Vision
Other People’s Strength
Other People’s Reputation
Other People’s Talents
Other People’s Excitement

9. Portability:

With the advent of technology, we can do today what distributors 15 years ago could not do and that’s to make our business portable. We now have a phone technology that allows you to take your telephone and move it anywhere you like transparently to your customers. As long as you have access to the Internet, you can continue doing business while you are on the road, on vacation, or visiting relatives whether that be in another city or another country!

10. Freedom:

NWM is the one business model that makes this vision of Freedom possible:
Freedom means you are unobstructed in living your life as you choose. Anything less is a form of slavery. – Wayne Dyer

If any of these reasons appealed to you, and you would like to take a look at an opportunity in NWM, follow this link…


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