The Trophy Goes To My Superego

social-network-businessIf you want to go somewhere, it is best to find someone who has already been there.” – Robert Kiyosaki

A close friend of mine told me about this networking business that she and her boyfriend are into it. At first, I was hesitant because, before joining you have to pay for the membership and the kit. But, eventually, I managed to register and finally got the package that the company is offering in exchange for the membership fee.

Networking is a marketing strategy.  It is quite powerful to introduce products directly to the consumers.  You don’t need to advertise it, just simply via word of mouth.  Up to now, networking is still very much active.

Joining a networking business is not that tough as long as you have the ability to speak, some sense of humor to convince people, that is a good start. Every time I go to the office; I am more and more motivated because I witnessed how much money my superiors are receiving on a weekly basis, that you can’t earn even if you work for one year being an ordinary employee. As long as you continue recruiting, you will continuously make money. I handled seminars; I have convinced people to join us, and I can say, I’m doing great! I start receiving money weekly, and I travel a lot to speak in front of individuals.

Many people get rich quick through networking. They got good cars, good houses, travel a lot and so on. But why I didn’t continue this kind of business? Networking business is like first in, first out. Strike while the iron is hot! When the market is hot and lucrative, networkers transfer and build their downlines, what happens to the people just recently entered? That was my concern. I can’t just move to another networking company leaving my new recruits empty handed and behind. I returned their membership fees and just decided to QUIT. Besides, “personal relationships are always the key to good business. You can buy networking; you can’t buy friendship.” – Lindsay Fox

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