How To Find Out If You’re Cut For Success Online
A thought came to mind right now while I thought about the huge attrition rate in the Network Marketing industry, and it seemed logical that the success rate is proportional to number of real entrepreneurs, while the failure rate relates to those running a ‘part-time job’ online.
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In network marketing, a business is set up with a couple hundred bucks. There is no overhead, no rent, no loan – just a phone, a computer, and time. Doing it right leads to a pretty decent profit payoff. That’s attractive to ANYBODY – who wouldn’t want to own a business like that?
It seems like such a simple solution to the average folk trying to earn a couple extra bucks that millions of people start daily.
But as a business, there are responsibilities, and the major entrepreneurial challenge of investing in yourself – educating oneself in order to become a leader and an expert takes a major toll on that mass of people used to ‘surviving’ through their 8-hour shifts to receive a paycheck after two weeks.
My Upline Lied To Me… And The Company Scammed Me
And then the lack of commitment kicks in: “nah, this is too hard”, which usually means “my upline lied to me” or “the company scammed me” seem to be the major outcomes of such bogus entrepreneurial experiences.
97% of so-called entrepreneurs fall by the sides because they could not get that ‘paycheck’ they wanted
Which means only 3% are really committed – no matter what their reasons are, they decided to make it work.
Wanna know if you’re in the 3%?
If the internet disappeared tomorrow, would start a new business or find a job?
If network marketing became retail, would open a store?
I like to think of my readers as part of the 3%. Please prove me right.