Six Requirements For Financial Independence

All of us would like to be financially independent, but what can you actually do to become financially independent?

1. Be in business for yourself
2. Sell a product that is in demand
3. Absolutely guarantee the product
4. Give better service than your competitors
5. Reward those who do the work
6. Attain your success by building the success of others.

One way to gain financial independence is through Network Marketing.

Network marketing as predicted by experts, is showing definite signs of going mainstream. More and more people who previously rejected Network Marketing, are now getting involved, and large companies that used traditional methods of marketing in the past, are now adopting the concept.

What is it? Network Marketing, as it is called today, has been around since the 1950s. Network Marketing originally known as Multi Level Marketing (MLM), is probably one of the most misunderstood concepts in America today.

In Network Marketing, companies move products through a group of independent distributors who buy wholesale, sell retail, and sponsor other people to do the same. For your efforts, you can earn overrides on multi levels of people in your organization.

What is so attractive about this business is that there is no prejudice. Anybody over 18 can prosper and succeed. No color, race, gender, age, employment or educational background can stop you. All you have to do is be open minded and follow the simple steps laid out by your company. You have unlimited earning potential. There is no ceiling. Simple, Fun, Money are three words that can be associated with the most powerful marketing method to distribute products in the 1990s and beyond. Personal growth, along with financial freedom is two of the things you can expect from Network Marketing.

Why Am I So Confused About It?

First, ask yourself what the difference is between Network Marketing and Multi Level Marketing. Nothing! They are one in the same. MLM has been around for forty some odd years now and started as a part time business opportunity. By the middle of the eighties many people were earning substantial amounts of money and were beginning to do the business full time. By this time the phrase “Multi Level Marketing” had a pretty tarnished reputation. Well deserved, we might add. Any new industry is going to have its con artists but this had many. Perhaps that is why a lot of people refer to this as a pyramid scheme (which of course is false).

By this time, John Naisbitt had published his well received and highly successful bestseller “Megatrends” and devoted an entire chapter on networking. We had been doing it subconsciously all along and we still do. So the industry came of age: More and more people were using the phrase, “Network Marketing.” Companies selling growth patterns astronomical in both the quality and quantity of people and found this marketing concept to be a wonderful way to move products in the nineties and beyond. Network Marketing was born.

In Network Marketing you are not a door to door salesman, so lets dispel that myth up front. You are in business for yourself (as an independent agent), but not by yourself. You can have very little start up costs and you buy wholesale and distribute product at retail. But, unlike other marketing methods, you have the ability to build a group of people under you, all distributing a little bit of product everyday and then collecting an override on the organization you helped to create.

Remember, this is a group effort (in business for yourself, but not by yourself) and the big money is in organizational overrides. It is almost like owning a chain of stores, or owning a large marketing distribution company. In traditional business (lets use a corporate sales organization) the sales manager hires by adding new people and assigning territories. If a person gets terminated or resigns, you subtract. If the sales organization has 100 people you will probably have a manager for every 5 people. Traditional business is structured a lot like Network Marketing, but in traditional business you do not collect overrides. How many times have you ever recommended a friend for a job in your company and collected an override for it? But, someone on top did! So, the power lies in the ability for Network Marketers to multiply and duplicate.

You build your organization by going wide and deep. Start by lining five people across. Teach them to line five people across, and have them teach their five people. So everyone is working with five people, just like traditional business. Only now, anybody who has desire and the ability to learn simple concepts has the ability to earn vast sums of money by exposing great products everyday and teaching others to do the same! And in time you will have a bigger sales force, all well managed and trained without the headaches of inventory, paperwork, computers, payroll, and staffing. You are an independent agent, all that is handled by the parent company. Once you have successfully trained five people, you go out and repeat the process again, you will have attrition, but are now multiplying, going wide and deep and just subtracting, not dividing when attrition occurs.

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