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Take on more responsibility and earn more money

Take on more responsibility and earn more money

For decades, multilevel-marketing organizations have pitched their business opportunities as offering the salaried workers of the world a chance to break the shackles of wage slavery and become fully independent, autonomous businessmen and businesswomen with no traditional job to tie them down. The only problem with this scenario, say, experts, is that many of the approximately 10.5 million network marketers in the United States today don1t earn nearly enough to achieve Ūnancial independence. “Too many people
Multilevel marketing is experiencing a rebirth

Multilevel marketing is experiencing a rebirth

Through a series of strategic alliances, multilevel marketing is experiencing a rebirth As anyone involved in network marketing and direct selling already knows, it’s not just about getting your product out there and building a successful business. You often have to overcome the stigma associated with the multilevel-marketing (MLM) industry. But because of a series of strategic alliances between big-brand companies and network marketers, the industry is currently poised to reach a new level of credibility
How to network like a champ

How to network like a champ

You’re headed for Europe on a vacation. Should you (a) get a good guidebook, (b) brush up on your romance languages, or (c) make a plan to meet people for your downline? Sure, vacations are supposed to be relaxing, but top distributors explore every avenue they can. Georganne Goldblum even got in touch with Henry Kissinger’s oƒce before her trip abroad, and she was hooked up with an ambassador. Unfortunately the ambassador wasn’t interested, but, as
New and unheard-of opportunities for the world’s citizens

New and unheard-of opportunities for the world’s citizens

Economic and political upheavals are creating previously unheard-of opportunities for the world’s citizens For the first time in the history of the modern world, a majority of people have been released from their economic shackles. No longer are daily activities regulated by harsh and restrictive rules. More important, no longer is every penny of income under the auspices of some central bureaucratic authority. In short, we are experiencing a revolution of the individual. Governments around the