10 Qualities of a Great Network Marketing OpportunityWritten by Mary Brand
Finding best network marketing business is like finding a needle in a haystack. With advent of Internet, more and more are being offered, but how do you know which one is right for you? More important, which ones are scams and which ones are real deal?
If you've done a lot of searching, you know that there are several great opportunities that you can become a part of and that will put a little extra cash in your wallet each month. But you probably also know that recruiting is one of most difficult things to do, and it's recruiting that keeps a network marketing business afloat. Therefore, for people who don't have any marketing skills, it's almost impossible to get your own leg of business going, let alone keep your down-line motivated to do same. That is why when I first got into network marketing, I looked for one that had qualities I've listed below. Do yourself a favor; save time I wasted muddling through several opportunities before finding one that met all of these criteria. 11.Company does recruiting for you. You won't find many of these. If you've tried your hand at recruiting and haven't had success, this is a MUST. 12.Everything is guaranteed! Any money that you spend toward business will be returned to you if you don't get results that they promise. (This takes all of risk and apprehension out of potential prospects.) If a company says there is "no risk" dig a little deeper. If you have to pay for your own advertising outside of business, you ARE risking something. "No risk" should mean absolutely no risk! 13.Must run on auto-pilot. You don't need to be at home for your business to keep running smoothly. A great business opportunity is one that takes full advantage of today's technology. You could be on your favorite beach while your business is running and making money 24/7. 14.Administration and immediate sponsor are very supportive. They should have an email, phone, or fax number where someone can always be reached. Keep in mind that they may not get back to you right away because of number of people interested in this type of opportunity, but be patient and persevere. If they aren't back to you or haven't sent you a note that says they'll be getting back to you within 2 days, it might not be best business to affiliate with. 15.Potential for large income is attainable within 9 months or less. If program doesn't make a good residual income within 9 months, move on. There are ones that do, and when you are using your own money, this can be a key in being able to continue marketing it.
The Secret to Success.Written by Fernando Soave
THE SECRET TO SUCCESS !
By Fernando Soave Copyright © 2004
I must tell you about a rich man's son at Niagara Falls. He was an indescribable specimen of anthropologic potency. He had a skull-cap on one side of his head, with a gold tassel in top of it, and a gold-headed cane under his arm with more in it than in his head. It is a very difficult thing to describe that young man. He wore an eye- glass that he could not see through, patent- leather boots that he could not walk in, and pants that he could not sit down in--dressed like a grasshopper. This human cricket came up to clerk's desk just as I entered, adjusted his unseeing eye-glass, and spake in this wise to clerk. You see, he thought it was ``Hinglish, you know,'' to lisp. ``Thir, will you have kindness to supply me with thome papah and enwelophs!'' The hotel clerk measured that man quick, and he pulled envelopes and paper out of a drawer, threw them across counter toward young man, and then turned away to his books. You should have seen that young man when those envelopes came across that counter. He swelled up like a gobbler turkey, adjusted his unseeing eye- glass, and yelled: ``Come right back here. Now thir, will you order a thervant to take that papah and enwelophs to yondah dethk.'' Oh, poor, miserable, contemptible American monkey! He could not carry paper and envelopes twenty feet. I suppose he could not get his arms down to do it. I have no pity for such travesties upon human nature. If you have not capital I am glad of it. What you need is common sense, not copper cents.
The best thing I can do is to illustrate by actual facts well-known to you all. A. T. Stewart, a poor boy in New York, had $1.50 to begin life on. He lost 87 <1/2> cents of that on very first venture. How fortunate that young man who loses first time he gambles. That boy said, ``I will never gamble again in business,'' and he never did. How came he to lose 87 <1/2> cents? You probably all know story how he lost it--because he bought some needles,