Remember that leaders spend more money on learning and growing, but they do their homework and work hard to make money.
Sheep follow herd blindly with their wallets open hoping someone else will will do their work for them. Jumping into newest multi-level marketing program will drain your wallet and your faith in humanity.
You're checking out internet marketing? Great! Just be sure to market what you're passionate about so you don't bail off ship at first sign of crashing waves and high winds. There will be obstacles and way to go through them is to be putting your time, energy and money into work you're passionate about.
Be smart. Don't join any program that hasn't been around and proven itself. There are a lot of programs popping up that look like you can join and make a lot of money from "spill factor." It's a myth. I've been on receiving end of that one and saw many others there with me. I even created a lot of spill and saw it go away a few months later.
Yes, you can make money from getting "spill," but people who really benefit are ones CREATING spill. Not receivers of spill. Like everything in life, fruits go to those who provide labor.
Would you rather receive benefits of being Bill Gates who created Microsoft or receive benefits of getting welfare because you signed up for program and chose not to work? (Which is same as signing up for a multi-level program that you don't do any work on building yourself). Forget money, which one is more satisfying to your soul?
Nothing against these programs, as with everything, 20% of people involved make 80% of money. That's true in every industry and yes, some people make a lot of money, but they work their butts off to get there. They deserve money they EARN.
If you're looking for a free ride, it ain't gonna happen my friend. It takes commitment and a good work ethic to produce results no matter what you're doing.
A big problem with these programs is that almost everyone who jumps in is hoping to pay some cash in hopes of cashing out like they bought a lottery ticket.
Business opportunities aren't lottery tickets. I know this flies against lack of common sense used by "biz op seeking herd of sheep," but it's flat out truth. Do you know of ANY business that generated a lot of money without someone or many someone's putting in hard work?