I knew nothing about how to recruit people and I knew absolutely nothing aboutinternet marketing. Had I actually been taught this by my upline or taken the timeand trouble to educate myself I feel quite sure that I would have been much moresuccessful.
The question I want to ask you here is…’Do YOU think MLM sucks?’
Let’s look at some facts quickly. The average person will work a full time jobbuilding someone else’s dream for an average of 45 years. The average wageper person in the UK right now is around 23,800 Pound Sterling per year, and inthe US is around $36,000. Of course there are many people who earn more thanthis but I am just comparing averages here. Bear in mind that you will probably beworking around 35-40 hours each week in order to receive this salary. To be honest I really didn’t fancy this lifestyle and I knew at a young age that I hadan entrepreneurial spirit within me (I firmly believe that we all do, it’s just theworld’s ‘systems’ try to convince us otherwise) There is no reason why YOUcannot stand up and create your own prosperous future.
Why I think people join MLM
So let’s look quickly at the MLM business model. By selling products andrecruiting people into your team and leading them to success you can develop aresidual income. TheMLMcompany that I have partnered with, sells a productthat offers incredible value to people’s lives, I won’t mention the company here asthis is not a sales pitch. But for every person I directly sponsor as a customer I earn $45 every month.Let’s say I went ‘hell for leather’ and in a year working myself to the ground I wasonly able to make 100 sales, that’s already $4,500 a month which adds up to$54,000 each year, so already I’ve gone past the average wage. But of course I wouldn’t stop there, I would be looking for 200, 300, 400 andmore sales each year. But suppose that I recruited 100 people on my front line asdistributors, I would then also earn an average of $15 from every sale that
made, that’s another $1,500 a month (assuming everyone only made 1 sale amonth) Then after that I earn 3% of everything that their distributors sell and thisgoes on 7 levels deep (the width of my organization is limitless). Now assume that you had a product that transforms people’s lives and that the