How to avoid the biggest mistake in Network Marketing

Written by Ted Sullivan

Have your ever wondered why so many of your friends who start a network marketing business fail so miserably? Has this ever happened to you?

Big Ideas and thenrepparttar Big Crash.

You heardrepparttar 148654 pitch about unlimited earning potential. You understoodrepparttar 148655 idea that earning a little bit of extra money fromrepparttar 148656 monthly order of each person who joined under you could make you a fortune. Of course it made a lot of sense when somebody drewrepparttar 148657 little round circles for you. But you found reality to be very different. So why is that?

Maybe you own a network marketing business with a reputable company and cannot seem to get it growing by itself. No matter how hard you try it just simply refuses to catch fire.

This article is going to explain why this happens and how to fixrepparttar 148658 problem once and for all.

Network marketers have a simple job description. It is exactly these two steps:

1. Find new people who would be interested in joining you to earn extra income and enjoy more free time.

2. Sponsoring those people and training people to do what you do.

Your company has a pretty simple job description. It is: EVERYTHING ELSE! Thatís right, EVERYTHING ELSE. A short list would included running a customer call center, taking orders, shipping products, finding lost orders, replacing lost orders, calculating your commissions, sending your monthly cheque on time and of course writing marketing materials. But itís still EVERYTHING ELSE.

To be successful you have to understandrepparttar 148659 difference. Most people go wrong at this step. They simply refuse to focus on doing their part a bit every day week after week, month after month. The company isrepparttar 148660 corporation with office staff and meeting rooms and warehouses and call centers and ÖÖrepparttar 148661 employees. They do those things for you so you donít have to.

You are an independent distributor who leveragesrepparttar 148662 companyís assets and providesrepparttar 148663 link to new potential distributors and customers. Your job is simply to find new distributors of their great products. That is all. NOTHING ELSE. Go find some customers.

Most people work at 9-5 day jobs for medium to large corporations. Every day they meet other employees, managers, senior managers, vice presidents and if they are lucky only one person who thinks they arerepparttar 148664 president.

When people join a network marketing downline they bring with them this crazy idea that they needrepparttar 148665 corporate structure in their new business. Worse than that, they actually believe that because they are just starting out, they have to do all those jobs at once.

Nothing could be further fromrepparttar 148666 truth. Their job is simply to introducerepparttar 148667 business andrepparttar 148668 products torepparttar 148669 customer and ask them if they wish to become independent distributors. NOTHING ELSE really matters.

The Great Real Estate Bubble Quiz

Written by Mark Walters

You hear it asked onrepparttar radio, inrepparttar 148616 newspapers and on TV.

"Are we experiencing a value bubble in real estate and is it ready to burst?"

Do you have an answer for that question? Do you have a guess?

Yes, I knowrepparttar 148617 so called experts are lining up on both sides ofrepparttar 148618 question. But what about you? You're living right inrepparttar 148619 middle ofrepparttar 148620 action. You can judge what's happening in your city - your neighborhood.

Are property owners going to be safe or sorry?

To help you form an opinion ofrepparttar 148621 current state ofrepparttar 148622 real estate market we have created the...


Everyone gets a passing grade and no homework is required, so put your thinking cap on and jump in...

True False Question

___ ___ Boston Real Estate values are up 90% inrepparttar 148623 last six years? ___ ___ San Francisco real estate values are up 90% inrepparttar 148624 last six years? ___ ___ Denver real estate values are up 90% inrepparttar 148625 last six years? ___ ___ The price ofrepparttar 148626 average home in New York was $50,000 in 1975 and is $325,000 today.. a gain of 550%? ___ ___ The average home price in Los Angeles was $50,000 in 1975. After a gain of 500% it sells today for $300,000? ___ ___ A 6,000 sq ft home in Greenwich, CT. worth $500,000 in 1987 sells today for $4-million? ___ ___ Fannie Mae,repparttar 148627 largest buyer of mortgages inrepparttar 148628 US, issued a report warning thatrepparttar 148629 probability of a housing bust has risen sharply in certain parts ofrepparttar 148630 country.

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