Residual Income: Getting paid over and over for work that you have already done.
Just think about it for a minute, instead of busting your butt 40 plus hours a week, if you are fortunate enough to have a J.O.B. in this economy, for a boss that will replace you at the drop of a hat if it suits him or her, work for yourself to build a Network of other people like yourself who are tired of uncaring and possibly stupid employers.
Wow, talk about a run-on sentence, my English teacher would be appalled! Luckily on-line writing is nothing like the essays we had to do in class.
But seriously, It sounds like alot of work, doesn’t it?
Well it is and it isn’t.
In the beginning you do all of the work yourself. And before that you have to learn how to do the work.
So just what kind of work am I talking about?
In Network Marketing there are only three things that you really need:
1. An Opportunity. Not quite as easy as it sounds. There are literally thousands of Network Marketing companies out there. You need to choose one that suits your individual tastes.
Ideally it will have a product that is in demand and in a growth Market. Health and Wellness is a good pick, everyone wants to feel good.
2. You need find people that want what you can give them, a stable residual income.
With the Internet you can locate far more prospects than ever before. Better yet you can set it up so that your prospects can find you, this puts you in a stronger position.
3. You need to be able to teach you people how to find their prospects. Which sounds really hard right now.
But once you know how to attract prospects it is just a matter of showing them what you do.
Is Network Marketing For Everyone?
No, of course not. Some people are content going to work week after week, secure in the misbelief of a stable income. Never really getting ahead but not falling too far behind either.
Is Your J.O.B. secure? Are you sure?
The workers at the Big Three Auto Makers thought so. 2008 saw many lifetime employees forced to take early retirement, or have their wages cut.
One of my neighbors, Jim, went to work for GM right out of High School. After some thirty years of dedication he was given two choices, early retirement was the least objectionable.
What can You do right Now?
You can START building the lifestyle you want, free of the concerns of not having enough money or time.