What is Network Marketing? Is it For Me?

Written by Emmett B. "Jamie" Whitten, Jr.

We have all heardrepparttar hype! “Make a million dollars over night in Network Marketing”. The fact ofrepparttar 116961 matter is, you can make a million dollars in Network Marketing! Once you have developed two principals or habits and make them a part of your everyday life!

First, is that you must pay attention to your business, every minute, of every day! Does that mean giving up what I love to do? No, it means incorporating it in everything you do! Remember that everyone you know, everyone you meet is potentially a customer, a prospect, a referral, a center of influence, or maybe just your personal cheerleader!

Secondly, you must be Selfless! Dedicate yourself to helping others become successful and achieve their goals first! This is what will determine how fast your business grows and you reach your first million. That isrepparttar 116962 true secret of Network Marketing!

So, what is Network Marketing? It is a business built uponrepparttar 116963 foundation of sales, direct sales to be exact! What, your not a salesman? Most Network Marketers aren’t! That is what makes it attractive, anyone can Do It! In contrastrepparttar 116964 manufacturer, or service provider, eliminatesrepparttar 116965 “middle-man” and,repparttar 116966 expensive advertising, in lieu of You!

You go out and share, just share whatever it is that you are involved in or promoting. Your business begins to attract customers, then business builders, and before you know it…your “business is growing and has an established foundation”.

Working at Home : The Dream and the Reality

Written by Stephen Bucaro

---------------------------------------------------------- Permission is granted forrepparttar below article to forward, reprint, distribute, use for ezine, newsletter, website, offer as free bonus or part of a product for sale as long as no changes are made andrepparttar 116960 byline, copyright, andrepparttar 116961 resource box below is included. ---------------------------------------------------------- Working at Home : The Dream andrepparttar 116962 Reality

By Stephen Bucaro

Everyone dreams of working at home. No sitting in traffic breathing car exhaust. Wake up and start work when ever you choose. Work in your pajamas. Do only interesting tasks that you enjoy. Take a break whenever you feel like it. Sounds too good to be true.

The reality is thatrepparttar 116963 first thing many people who work at home want is to earn enough money to rent an office away from home.

Why? Because when you work at home, you are always at work. Your work hours may end at 5:00, but your computer, your desk, and all those uncompleted tasks are always there. Your home becomesrepparttar 116964 focal point ofrepparttar 116965 problems and stress of work.

Your boss is not there to hover over you, but guess what? You now have an even more stern taskmaster lording over your every moment - yourself. To be successful working at home you have to have self discipline, make your own schedule, and stay focused.

Although you can dress loose and casual, you probably don't want to work in your pajamas. In fact, a morning ritual where you "get dressed for work" may be just what you need to motivate yourself to begin work.

Have your own business? Every business has some tasks that are challenging and interesting, and some that are boring and tedious. If you work at home alone in your own business, guess who has to dorepparttar 116966 boring and tedious tasks.

Are you a telecommuter? When you work atrepparttar 116967 company's office, everyone can see and understand why you where unable to accomplish much. It'srepparttar 116968 result of normal organizational disorganization and disruption. But when you work at home, your boss and coworkers think everything goes smoothly. If you don't complete tasks on time, it's not because you had to work through complications and problems, it's because you spentrepparttar 116969 day watching soap operas on TV.

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