The Three Main Powers Of Network Marketing

Written by Kirk Bannerman

Network Marketing, 'MLM', and Multi Level Marketing are all terms that refer torepparttar same type of business model. This industry has had more than it's share of scumbag crooks and con artists that have used and abusedrepparttar 117223 concept. However, if you do your homework and get involved with a legitimate network marketing organization, this business model has exceptional income potential.

Network Marketing can produce outstanding results if you know a few simple concepts,repparttar 117224 understanding of which is critical to your success.

Network Marketing, MLM, and Multilevel Marketing are unlike franchises or conventional businesses in that they take advantage of all three ofrepparttar 117225 important, yet misunderstood principles of:

1) Leverage (of Time and Money) 2) Residual Income 3) Geometric Growth Through Duplication

Unfortunately these principles are not well understood by many ofrepparttar 117226 people that undertake network marketing. And that's just one of many reasons why so many fail at network marketing. There are lots of other reasons, and it would take volumes to cover them all. But this is one ofrepparttar 117227 more common ones. Because if you don't comprehend and believe in these principles, it's impossible to help others fully understand and appreciate them.

First, lets look at LEVERAGE:

Every successful person or business takes advantage of leverage. There are only 24 hours in a day and no matter how talented you are or how much you get paid per hour, if you don't take advantage of leverage you're limited byrepparttar 117228 number of hours in a day. As a side note, I have heard of cases where an occasional lawyer was billing more than 24 hours per day…but, I guess that’s another story. By learning to leverage your time, you can also benefit from a percentage of other people's efforts, and dramatically increase your income while creating more free time for yourself.

The unique and wonderful thing aboutrepparttar 117229 Network Marketing business model is that everyone hasrepparttar 117230 same opportunity to becomerepparttar 117231 'owner' of his or her own business - with a fraction ofrepparttar 117232 investment of time and money of a franchise or traditional business.

In network marketingrepparttar 117233 people atrepparttar 117234 top definitely have a vested interest in helping others on their team succeed.

Would you rather receive 100% of one person's efforts, or 5% ofrepparttar 117235 efforts of 100 people?

Obviously 100% of one is always only ONE. But 5% of 100 is FIVE. Not only willrepparttar 117236 total result with leverage almost always be amplified, but your income is not dependent on only one person. If your income is produced byrepparttar 117237 activities of many, it is much more dependable. Even if something unexpected or negative happens to one or more of those people, it only has a minor effect onrepparttar 117238 total production.

It's great to get paid while you're sleeping or away on vacation. That's one ofrepparttar 117239 many advantages of leveraging your time.

Carpal Tunnel Begins in Your Neck, Not Your Wrist

Written by Pamela Adams D.C.

If Carpal Tunnel Syndrome comes from typing onrepparttar computer all day, why didn't people who typed on typewriters get Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? Because there was no computer screen to draw their heads forward, their chins tilted up, necks strained. Typewriters were placed lower than desks and typists tilted their heads down not forward. The culprit in Carpal Tunnel pain,repparttar 117222 Median nerve, exitsrepparttar 117223 spinal cord fromrepparttar 117224 lower part of your neck, travels through neck muscles underrepparttar 117225 collar bone torepparttar 117226 front of your shoulder bone, then makes its way down your arm, past your elbow to your wrist where it passes throughrepparttar 117227 Carpal Tunnel and into your hand.

That's a long way to go, andrepparttar 117228 nerve can be pinched anywhere alongrepparttar 117229 route causing pain in your wrist and numbness in your hand and fingers. The very first and most common place it gets pinched is in your neck. You can wear a wrist brace, buy wrist rests, get an ergonomically correct keyboard, take painkillers, or have surgery and it won't help until you changerepparttar 117230 position of your head when you work atrepparttar 117231 computer.

Of course, it's not only computer workers who suffer from Carpal Tunnel symptoms. According to research fromrepparttar 117232 Occupational Health Project atrepparttar 117233 University of Maryland, workers inrepparttar 117234 following occupations are most likely to developerepparttar 117235 syndrome: 1. Assembler 2. Laborer--non-construction 3. Packaging-and-filling-machine operators 4. Janitors and cleaners 5. Butchers and meat cutters 6. Data entry keyers What isrepparttar 117236 common-denominator among these occupations? Workers must hold their heads forward and down and reach forward with one or both arms repeatedly.

Learn to keep your head on straight, whatever you do. If your head is supported by your spinal column and notrepparttar 117237 poor, overworked muscles of your neck and upper back; if you position yourself so that you don't have to reach with your arm, you'll go along way towards relieving and preventing symptoms.

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