Doing Network Marketing Full-Time? Or Part-Time?


Today I want to share a little pearl of wisdom with you.

Yesterday, while I was clearing out my inbox I came across an old message from “Tom Big Al Schreiter”, or “Shritter” if that’s the correct pronunciation of his name. Whether the “e” is silent or not I don’t know, I’ll have to ask him when I meet him.

BTW, If you do not subscribe to his newsletter I highly suggest you do so, and also get hold of his many ebooks.

Many of these are great tools for Network Marketer’s to improve their prospecting, storytelling and closing skills.

One of Big AL’s great books I love is Ice Breakers! How To Get Any Prospect To Beg You For A Presentation.

Well, you do want to grow your business, don’t you?

After all, it’s a law of the universe that your business will grow in direct proportion to how much you do.

So always invest in yourself and continuously be feeding your mind… but that’s a topic for another day!!

Back to the message and the theme of this short audio…

Tom’s email asked the question, “Full-time? Or part-time?” … which got me thinking!!

As you know, network marketing frequently gets pitched as “join our company, quit your job you’ll become a millionaire within months.”

But there is another path, to enhance your life first before you quit your job.

Tom pointed out that Network Marketing is a great addition to receiving a regular paycheck every month from your job.

And of course, the regular salary covers most of the household expenses, so the extra money you earn from network marketing can be used for things like:

Dream vacations
Nicer cars
College education fund
Debt reduction
Expensive hobbies
Early retirement.
Or whatever!

However, many people want their network marketing income to replace their job, and their regular salary as fast as possible.

Of course, many distributors quit their jobs as soon as their Network marketing income equals that of their job.

Think about it, at that stage all your network marketing income does is just replace your salary.

Yes, you’ll have more time freedom but the monthly income is still the same.

Another way of looking at things is to let your network marketing income enhance your life while you are building a business to replace your job.

Anyway, hope you found some value in that pearl of wisdom. If you got value out of this blog post be sure to share it with your team and friends.

Most people fail, not because of a lack of desire, but, because of lack of commitment.

Vince Lombardi

TIP: Never leave your full-time job unless you’re absolutely certain that the income that’s coming in with your network marketing company is going to be there. Make sure that you’ve been with the NWM company for a while and that you know they are stable, and that the residual income that you’re earning is equal to or greater than your job salary before quitting.

PS: Have you ever thought about establishing a career in Network Marketing and creating a residual income? Maybe you have and are still looking for the right opportunity to join. Why not take a few minutes to see if my home business opportunity is a fit for you?

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